Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Going On About Centers Of Power

Not freedom in the democratic sense, the fighters and the poeple, the vast number of people, you keep calling it Metropolitan, never forgiven, we should be talking about it, lower strange people from the world with a banana, a civil objection to wounds, since no one wanted to heal them, we're part of France. Ratted, and in many cases there were no friends or family, the policeman was in fact a war criminal, a large number of officials set up under the (you-guessed-it) Nazis, the great anti-heroes of the second world war, and then you have people like LePen, most of the old statesmen did have a role in the war, different from the British or American, which the Bush admisinstration has chosen not to do, I think Mr. Sarcosi will be thrown to the wolves, if they are not themselves from Algeria, the same attitude towards the subjects, one of the main reasons from the parents, the grandparents, telling their children who participated in the revolt to calm down, embracing the infidel. One of the things he talks about in his book, which we are going to comapare to something right here in the United States, because I care, then there was nobody left but me, we turn now to a film, released in 1966, vividly the occupation, intensifiying violence, employing torture, but the film was banned, again it made news after the Pentagon offered a screening, how to win, women plant bombs in cafes, it succeeds tactically but fails strategically, come to a rare showing of this film. Torture is used, no substantial confirmation, the same treatment however, plastic bottles of water used to beat men until the bottles broke, and when they broke, they continued to beat them...when more pictures were about to be revealed, most armies, I'm afraid, engage in torture. I'm afraid armies perform like that, especially when they're losing. An osmotic/parasitic relationship...ridiculous when we reach this stage.

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