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Personal attacks etc (was Re: USA: National Security Strategy...)



On 1/4/2018 11:08 AM, g2s wrote:
 > The revolutionary is guided by great feelings of love, motherfucker.

Let us recollect the Khmer Rouge.

Before 1973 the Khmer Rouge were brutal totalitarian terrorists who 
infamous for sometimes practicing one way portage.

You need to transport supplies from A to B, so you round up some 
peasants at A and have them carry your stuff to B.  You don't feed them, 
but you tell them there will be food and water at B.  When you arrive at 
B, you kill them.

And of course, most tenured academics in the western world thought they 
were great guys, and if any tenured academic doubted it, he remained 
silent.  If there was a single tenured academic in the entire western 
world who doubted their goodness and greatness, he remained silent.

After 1973, the Khmer Rouge were brutal totalitarian terrorists who 
engaged in red terror, endlessly searching for imaginary capitalists, 
kulaks, capitalist roaders, elitists, and CIA agents.

And of course, most tenured academics in the western world thought they 
were great guys, and if any tenured academic doubted it, he remained 
silent.  If there was a single tenured academic in the entire western 
world who doubted their goodness and greatness, he remained silent.

Around 1978 or so, the Khmer Rouge went far out rabid space bat crazy, 
torturing to death everyone who fell short of the immeasurable goodness 
and greatness of the Khmer Rouge, including, indeed especially, their 
fellow Khmer Rouge.

And of course, most tenured academics in the western world thought they 
were great guys, and if any tenured academic doubted it, he remained 
silent.  If there was a single tenured academic in the entire western 
world who doubted their goodness and greatness, he remained silent.

Towards the end of 1978 the Khmer Rouge were running seriously short of 
Khmer Rouge, and those few who remained were generally under sentence of 
death by torture.

And of course, most tenured academics in the western world thought they 
were great guys, and if any tenured academic doubted it, he remained 
silent.  If there was a single tenured academic in the entire western 
world who doubted their goodness and greatness, he remained silent.

Towards the end of December 1978, or early in January 1979, the Khmer 
Rouge, those of them still alive, lost power.   And then every academic 
everywhere felt free to criticize the Khmer Rouge.

Which they did by claiming that the Khmer Rouge had been installed in 
power by Ronald Reagan and the CIA.