Tuesday, November 14, 2006

No nuclear... except in the advance of Communism

From Indymedia...

Congradulations North Korea!
(they didn't learn them to spell to good at them government schools)

The Songun Politics Study Group (USA), home to the Kimilsungist fighters within the epicentre of US imperialism wishes to reaffirm militant solidarity with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on the issue of nuclear bombs and the struggle against imperialism, namely US imperialism.

It is quite correct to say that the USA progressive should stand with the DPRK nuke tests openly and defiantly not only out of principles of internationalism but because for their own people the possibility of war with deep consequences has been greatly checked by the DPRK taking a stance of dignity and self-assertion.

Go, Go Socialism! Go, Go Communism! Go, Go Nuclear, Nuclear DPRK, Hurray!

However, a couple of days ago on the same site...

GERMANY: 20.000 police men (!) secure nuclear waste transport against mass protests
Anti-nuclear activists on Saturday delayed a waste train from northern France to northern Germany by several hours, said the French reprocessing company, Areva.

No nuclear, yes nuclear, I'm so confused.

9 comments:

Nona Bow said...

Indymedia is a site where anyone can post, so it's not going to be consistent.

JP Cupp and his 2 person pro-North Korea, Songun study group is the butt of jokes throughout the left internationally.

Kaelri said...

Agreed. "Never argue with a drunk or a fool," Daniel. These people don't come anywhere close to representing any useful portion of American progressives.

Mike Mayhem said...

it's called satire.

MAX Redline said...

Interestingly, I generally disagree with Kaelri, but on this one nona bow and Kaelri seem pretty much correct.

Mike, of course, is...the walking dictionary.

Daniel said...

We all agree! Group hug!

Rooster said...

Wow, did someone say anyone can post on indymedia?

I sure cannot. I have been attempting to post there for over a year. The only thing that ever showed up with my name was a short post about some military aircraft over my home.....

Other than that, nothing....

How about you, Daniel, can you post there?

Thartill said...

RE: IndyMedia

I've posted there a few times, must have been over a year ago. Then my posts started disappearing if I made any comments against the general opinion or started any kind of debate.

Haven't been back since that happened until today. Now I just realized how much that site really sucks.

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