More Hatespeech

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10 responses to “More Hatespeech

  1. That is a beautiful thing.

  2. PS: And I don’t owe you shit.

  3. Without grudges the system falls apart.

    Eph 4:32… “And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you.

    Key words… “for Christ’s sake”.

  4. This sounds like doubleplusungood crimethink to me! You need to report immediately to the Miniluv for reeducation!

  5. comments closed on the Spanish CW thread, so I’ll put the addit bibiliog here; first, another good anthology, incorporating published and previously unpublished f/h accounts from both sides:

    Payne, Robert (ed.): THE CIVIL WAR IN SPAIN, 1936-1939

    and a couple more Nationalist f/h accounts, the first by a Brit journalist, the second by a Brit who enlisted in the Legion:

    Lunn, Arnold: SPANISH REHEARSAL FOR WORLD WAR – AN EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT

    Thomas, Frank: BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER (also includes a diary kept by a a member of the Brit communist International Brigade)

    and some more Leftist/communist accounts, most of which are, however, a good read and quite instructive about how the Reds operate…then and now:

    Lopez, E. Perez: DARK AND BLOODY GROUND

    Starinov, Aniuta: BEHIND FASCIST LINES

    Bessie, Alvah: MEN IN BATTLE (later, Hollywood Red)

    Lee, Laurie: AS I WALKED OUT ONE MIDSUMMER MORNING

    Gregory, Walter: THE SHALLOW GRAVE

    Wolff, Milton: ANOTHER HILL

    Tisa, John: RECALLING THE GOOD FIGHT

    ***Barea, Antonio: THE FORGING OF A REBEL (another “must”; includes much on pre-CW Spain, including Rif War; later grew disenchanted with Reds, and fled just ahead of a Stalinist death squad)

    to get any respectable reading list for the Nationalist side, due to the reason elucidated before, one would have to penetrate the Spanish language literature, esp. books published during the 1940’s-80’s, Maybe I’ll do that. Maybe not

  6. And in my case…
    “My ancestors were slaves just as long as yours were.”