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June 30, 2011



Can I suggest that your arguments will have a lot more force if you make them without presuming bad faith or dishonesty on the part of those who disagree with you? I'm sure you wouldn't like being called a "shill" for your honestly-held views. Maybe others hold their views honestly too. In the same vein, "the fix is in" makes you sound conspiratorial, not reasoned. There may be good arguments against IFRSs. Make them... If you've already made them, make them again, but don't just presume that everyone who favors them is some kind of hack.

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