Thursday, August 21, 2008

Bush, Cheney and Rice; Hitler, Himmler and Goebbels

With what moral authority do these mainstays of the neoconservative, corporate elitist, greedy, self-interested Washington regime speak, when in their own closet there are skeletons lab
elled Abu Ghraib, Iraq, Guantanamo, mass murder, war crimes, illegal invasion, torture, illegal detention, disrespect for international law, denial of due process, rape...?

If they think that like Himmler, they can win hearts and minds through concentration camps and torture, history
taught the Soviet Union (which lost 26 million of its sons and daughters freeing Europe from Fascist tyrrany) and the rest of the world a solemn lesson which forced the enlightened among us to vow never to allow the story to be repeated again.

Yet like Hitler, these three try. And they do not give up. And they keep on provoking time and time and time again.

If only these were my words, but they're not.

Instead, I am pleased to see that Pravda has been liberated.

Here's another article, this time about KKKondoleeza Rice:

The constant arrogance and hypocrisy of this failed female makes it that much more apparent that here is a person way out of her depth. Instead of regarding sensitive issues from a balanced viewpoint as she is supposed to do, this incompetent loud-mouthed, bad-mannered, bullshit-mongering bimbo takes one side, ignores the other and then speaks down from a holier-than-thou platform as if she were on a lecture dias.

This is not a classroom, Condoleezza Rice, and you are not a diplomat. You are a liar, a cheap, shallow, failed, wannabe actress on the diplomatic stage. This is the real world and out here, you have to be prepared to face up to your responsibilities.

Once again, my students will be required to subscribe to Pravda, and embrace the joyous melodies of the people's voice.

The fascist US of KKK is indeed a germ of corruption that will be removed soon.


Anonymous said...

Great news!

Pravda, Granma, Rodong Sinmun, and the New York Times are really all anyone needs to read to know what is going on in the world.

Anonymous said...

For example this gem from KCNA 4 days ago:

Explicitly speaking, there is no "human rights issue" much touted by the U.S. in the DPRK.
The Korean people fully enjoy genuine freedom and rights under the socialist system where all people form a big family. It is the consistent popular policy of the DPRK government to fully guarantee the rights of the citizens in a responsible manner.
In the DPRK based on the man-centered Juche idea all working people do labor according to their abilities and wishes and lead a genuine life, given ample opportunity of learning.
It is absolutely illogical for the U.S. to talk about the "human rights issue" while ignoring such reality.
There is the most serious human rights issue in the U.S. as it is a rogue state that exterminated tens of millions of native Indians and accumulated wealth through slave trade and flesh traffic and a country where the almighty dollar principle and the fin de sickle lifestyle based on the law of the jungle prevail.
The impoverishment of Americans in the mental and cultural lives is actively fostered institutionally, driving them into the abyss of corruption, despair and crimes. This is a true picture of the American society today. It even infringed upon the sovereignty of Iraq by force of arms on the basis of false information and indiscriminately dropped bombs upon heads of innocent and peaceable citizens and children. This was the most vivid manifestation of human rights abuses.
The U.S. cursed and censured as the kingpin of human rights abuses is still behaving as if it were a "human rights judge". This is nothing but a poor charade of the U.S. which does not know where it stands and does not feel ashamed of itself.

Professor Kurgman, PhD, PhD, PhD said...

Reading that press release made me weep for the planet, as only a select few actually get to live in Korea. And it made me weep to contemplate the cruelty of Amerikkkan society -- if only Amerikkka would vanish!

Incidentally, even the bastard Republicans know that Korea is a model society. Note how they stress "energy independence", which is just an energy subset of the amazingly successful Juche philosophy.

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