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26 November 2005
Hand shandery reaches new lows in hypocracy.
This is a gem: the most risible of all the hand shandyists for war has posted an article attacking Augusto Pinochet Ugarte, the former dictator of Chile and good friend to the USA. I suppose he wants to try and prove to gullible readers that he really is a socialist.

Well, my lads if any of you are reading this, once the USA has been left battered, broken and bankrupted by the Iraqis, then a full and final reckoning might come about in places like Chile. It is a fairly unique country for Latin-America in that it has a large, parasitic middle class who supported the coup from the beginning. The Americans may have cheered them on, but it was a local event. I am sure that there are quite few Chileans who feel that it's never too late to pay off an old debt.

Do you see how it works, lads? Defeat for imperialism in Iraq could mean a great wailing and smashing of teeth in Chile, and the removal of that country from capitalism's orbit. As I said, it may not happen, but that is not the point. We will never know unless the Americans are forced back in isolationism, will we?

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It is a fairly unique country for Latin-America in that it has a large, parasitic middle class who supported the coup from the beginning.

If not for the same kind of entitlement-class here in the US, we'd not have El Shrubbo del Estupido as our President.
It seems that once they get a little money, they just get completely stupid. "Give us wars! Give us Prisons! Give us highways, and police and fire protection, and fix the potholes on our streets! Just DO NOT ASK US TO PAY FOR ANY OF IT!!"

And sure enough, a monkey comes along and promises them they can have it all for nothing, and like the lemmings they are, they just blindly believe it.

26 November 2005 at 07:12  

Loved your site. Could not find your E-Mail so am using this post.You are doing a great job with your blog - a few pictures would brighten it up.
Have given your blog a link under "Best Blogs" in my side bar.

Neil Williams

26 November 2005 at 12:18  

Thanks, Neil, and a link to your site will go up soon. In the meantime, folk in the UK or elsewhere, can click here to go to Neil's site.

There are a few images on my site, Neil, but I don't have many because it makes the pages too slow to load. I clicked on your site ten minutes ago and it is still loading! Not all of us have broadband...

26 November 2005 at 18:38  

Are the punters laying odds on? Bolivia B4 Chile I say!

26 November 2005 at 21:56  

My guess is not Bolivia. That country is fairly typical of the rest of Latin-America in that it has a small wealthy elite, a mass of poor people, and only a tiny layer of professionals in between. This latter group does not operate as a bourgeoise.

27 November 2005 at 02:35  

Wasn't talking about the execrable middle layers. Was talking about the settling of accounts between classes -- ours vs. theirs.

28 November 2005 at 20:27  

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