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    SeosamhN SeosamhN is offline

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    To think this speech was given almost one year ago!

    Happy Birthday Marshall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeosamhN View Post
    To think this speech was given almost one year ago!

    Happy Birthday Marshall.

    Sieg Heil! Sieg Heil! Unsere Fuhrer !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeosamhN View Post
    To think this speech was given almost one year ago!

    Happy Birthday Marshall.

    What a load of bland nonsense.

    After watching and listening to that I had to immediately turn to Shakespeare.

    "For God's sake, let us sit upon the ground
    And tell sad stories of the death of kings;
    How some have been deposed; some slain in war,
    Some haunted by the ghosts they have deposed;
    Some poison'd by their wives: some sleeping kill'd;
    All murder'd: for within the hollow crown
    That rounds the mortal temples of a king
    Keeps Death his court and there the antic sits,
    Scoffing his state and grinning at his pomp,
    Allowing him a breath, a little scene,
    To monarchize, be fear'd and kill with looks,
    Infusing him with self and vain conceit,
    As if this flesh which walls about our life,
    Were brass impregnable, and humour'd thus
    Comes at the last and with a little pin
    Bores through his castle wall, and farewell king!"
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    SeosamhN SeosamhN is offline

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    As Galloway stated:

    Cohesive, Pristine, Innocent Culture
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    MacO'velli MacO'velli is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeosamhN View Post
    As Galloway stated:

    Cohesive, Pristine, Innocent Culture
    Even Galloway as much of a nutter as he is, added:

    He added the caveat that he "does not agree with the North Korean system. I've been there, I've seen it up close and personal.
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    SeosamhN SeosamhN is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacO'velli View Post
    Even Galloway as much of a nutter as he is, added:
    There's a difference between not agreeing and doing what you and your cronies are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeosamhN View Post
    As Galloway stated:

    Cohesive, Pristine, Innocent Culture

    Of course he would say that, like most left wing intellectuals (yes I know an oxymoron) he allows himself to be blinded to the truth.


    But the most sombre reflection occasioned by Department Store Number 1 is that concerning the nature of the power that can command thousands of citizens to take part in a huge and deceitful performance, not once but day after day, without any of the performers ever indicating by even the faintest sign that he is aware of its deceitfulness, though it is impossible that he should not be aware of it. One might almost ascribe a macabre and sadistic sense of humour to the power, insofar as the performance it commands bears the maximum dissimilarity to the real experience and conditions of life of the performers. It is as if the director of a leper colony commanded the enactment of a beauty contest – something one might expect to see in, say, a psychologically depraved surrealist film. But this is no joke, and the humiliation it visits upon the people who take part in it, far from being a drawback, is an essential benefit to the power; for slaves who must participate in their own enslavement by signalling to others the happiness of their condition are so humiliated that they are unlikely to rebel.
    CLASSIC DALRYMPLE: The Wilder Shores of Marx, excerpt (1991) | The Skeptical Doctor

    And Galloway is no more concerned about the North Koreas people, he's more concerned with using them to get across his anti-American views.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeosamhN View Post
    There's a difference between not agreeing and doing what you and your cronies are.
    What? Like calling it out for the despicable fascist gangster lead hellhole that it is?
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    SeosamhN SeosamhN is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacO'velli View Post
    What? Like calling it out for the despicable fascist gangster lead hellhole that it is?
    No, you have been abusive and made direct threats to the Marshall.
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