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Che Lives

Che lives.

(This comic is based, almost verbatim, on a true story. Thank you, Sheila.)

Via Lenin. this!

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    Sheila said,

    October 10, 2007 @ 1:48 am

    You are welcome, and here’s a youtube clip to illustrate my point: kiddingkidding.

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    nomes » On Marxism and Eurocentrism said,

    November 6, 2007 @ 3:45 pm

    […] it seems that there are some people for whom I have become a caricature of myself, a caricature of a Marxist. No, I’ve never tried to sell papers to you, and though I may have suggested reading a piece […]

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    Keith said,

    December 16, 2007 @ 2:06 pm

    “From each according to their ability; to each according to their need” What a joke.

    The only little problem is that monsters such as Castro, Che and others have decided that they were to be the sole arbiters of who had what ability and who had what need.

    What a joke.

    Time and again socialism proves itself to be in dark contrast with human nature which is simply a desire to be remunerated in accordance with the level of work applied.

    But please, keep dreaming your little dreams.

    Oh, by the way, before you want to sit here and armchair discuss Lebanon, Israel and Hezzbollah I would suggest you actually go there. See, I have family in Israel and I know for a fact that Hezzbollah formed with the intention of destroying Israel. The IDF did not start raids into souther Lebanon until after Hezzbollah started their actions against Israel.

    Actually, you should try learning a more accurate history. Israel has never invaded another nation without direct provocation.

    When Israel was created by the UN the combines armies of 5 nations invaded the newly formed nation and were defeated. When Egypt blocked the Suez Canal Israel struck back. When Syria fired artillery from the Golan Heights Israel struck back. When Egypt used the Sinai Peninsula and the Gaza Strip to funnel weapons and money to dissident Islamic agencies in Israel, Israel invaded and took over. The same with Jordan and the West Bank.

    What’s amazing to me is that people like you have completely bought the fact that there were ever an ethnic group of people known as the Palestinians. This has got to be one of the greatest fabrications of all time. The supposed “Palestinians” of the Golan Height still receive government assistance from Syria. Those in the West Bank can all still show that their families originated in Jordan.

    This is undeniable fact.

    Still, I wonder if you will have the personal conviction to allow a dissenting word to be posted here.

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    noaman said,

    December 16, 2007 @ 4:08 pm

    If human nature is, indeed, simply remuneration in accordance with the level of work applied, then you and I can rest assured that the current state of affairs–by that, I mean capitalism–does nothing to appropriately remunerate those who work the hardest.

    In any case, I’m curious as to where you came up with your notions of human nature.

    As for the rest of your post, I am not going to discuss the nature of the issue of Israel with you, because you’ve allowed ideology to cloud the facts and the nature of facts (what “Islamic” agencies was Egypt funding in the 1960s, for instance?). In your narrative, Israel faces an existential threat from racially-motivated and irrational neighbours, as well as from a resident Arab population (wonder where they came from), but has still managed to execute its affairs with remarkable moral clarity and restraint. It continues to be a light unto all the nations.

    If you disagree with my characterization of your narrative, or, if you are willing to open up cracks in it, then we can have a discussion. Otherwise I will be wasting a lot of time, and so you will you.

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    sheila said,

    December 17, 2007 @ 2:27 am

    I deny facts and know that this comic is a lie! (I am being glib and sleepy)

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