T. Joseph Carter
carter.tjoseph at gmail.com
Wed May 20 12:21:26 UTC 2009
There are whole books on the subject. Short form: One group wanted
to take control of the organization from another. They tried a few
things, and that didn't work, and things got ugly between the
factions. They got uglier until finally the straw that broke the
camel's back (there's disagreement as to what the straw was) led to
several allied states in the challengers' faction deciding to form
their own organization because they'd been effectively defeated and
silenced within the NFB.
Nobody involved had clean hands, though both sides claim they did and
detail how the other side played dirty. Just about everyone involved
in the original split is dead now, and the ensuing war has been
fought by people who are getting on in years now, even though it
lasted for almost two decades before settling down into what you see
The details fill at least two whole books.
On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 01:41:19AM -0400, Jamie Principato wrote:
>Does anyone here even know how the groups split to begin with?
>On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 12:10 AM, Aziza C <daydreamingncolor at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Nice Hope.
>> On 5/19/09, T. Joseph Carter <carter.tjoseph at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I never said everyone was part of it. I said that it was tolerated
>> > and even encouraged on acb-l, including by ACB leadership. As long
>> > as that continues, common ground is hard to find.
>> > Joseph
>> > On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 01:56:30PM -0700, Aziza C wrote:
>> >>Am I correct to understand you are an ACB member?
>> >>I apologize if I'm wrong... but, if you are...
>> >>Everyone says ACB is trying to destroy us... Chris doesn't seem to be
>> >>trying to do that. Sara once was an ACB member, she now monitors both,
>> >>and yet she is not trying to destroy us.
>> >>What do you guys say to that?
>> >>Two people in the ACB wanting to try, is better than none.
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