Monthly Archives: March 2011

Comrade Fidel Castro

I want to take a few moments to talk about Fidel Castro, the leader of the Cuban Revolution. Under Batista, Cuba was a playground for the wealthy of the US.  What happened in Havana stayed in Havana.  The Bourgeoisie of … Continue reading

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The New Crusade of the Evil Empire

The new crusade is in full swing, led this time not by the Pope, but by the American president who ran on a platform of peace and ending military involvement in the Middle East. Obama has proven himself to be … Continue reading

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Libya II

Today, the Americans have begun to spout the second phase of the justification of their nonsensical, illegal, attack on Libya:  It is vital to our national security. Ha! I’d like to take a moment to say that I am not … Continue reading

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Libya

For the third time in 10 years, the US has taken on the role of aggressor in the Middle East. I wrote in an earlier blog post that we should not pick and choose which people to express solidarity for.  … Continue reading

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Selected Works of Enver Hoxha

As they say, when it rains it pours. A dear comrade from Albania has informed me, only moments ago, that he has shipped the 6 volume set of the Selected Works of Enver Hoxha to me.  He refused me when … Continue reading

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A New Soviet Union?

I’ve been asked whether or not I believe a new Soviet Union will arise.  This is a somewhat difficult question to answer, as it can be taken in more than one way. I’ll just state that I do, in fact, … Continue reading

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The Real "Infantile Disorder"

Lenin would be ashamed, and would undoubtedly change his definition of an “infantile disorder”, if he were here to read the comments left by people that are allegedly Marxist-Leninist. The APL continues to try and peddle their garbage here.  I … Continue reading

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