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Just In Case You Hadn’t Figured It Out

By Greg L | 14 October 2008 | Zapatistas, Illegal Aliens, Prince William County | 6 Comments

Yes folks, it’s all about the revolution.



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6 Comments

  1. Red Dawn said on 15 Oct 2008 at 12:27 am:
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    I am truly ASHAMED that I jumped on YOUR bandwagon. ( that old saying too good to be TRUE)

    I have given EVERY ounce of ME to preserve ( DEFEND) the reputation of PWC.

    I MOVED away even tried to escape(maybe -…unconsciousness but NEVER forgot the lessons learned in PWC to be PROUD of a HOMETOWN.

    TRUTH be told, it was a BAD reputation all along-considered rednecks., etc. We will forever be on the upswings. I am getting to old(not, that is just so middle school) to kick anyone’s ass. So I ask nicely, just get the fuck out as LEGAL citizen! Thank you! ;)

    Do you know the TRUE meaning of REDNECK?

    I know the answer to that and it is NO!

    IF you ever needed ANY help, you would find a redneck. You are just to busy fucking everything else up so we ALL hate each other.

    Redneck

    Red Dawn
    P.S when things get real bad, come on over red rover, we get pissed but we FORGIVE-other cheek

  2. anon said on 15 Oct 2008 at 12:55 am:
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    Hang on to your day job, Greg. Idiot-proof software doesn’t make you a documentary film-maker.

  3. anonymous said on 15 Oct 2008 at 2:39 am:
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    It sure helped Eric Byler, though.

  4. Chicko said on 15 Oct 2008 at 10:31 am:
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    yeah, byler is a tool of the highest order. that guy needs to come out of the cardboard box he’s living in (er…closet) and get a clue

  5. NotFrankPrincipi said on 17 Oct 2008 at 1:51 pm:
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    Tralsated address of mexicans without border to the EZLN found at http://chiapas.indymedia.org/display.php3?article_id=153400:

    Mexican @ s Without Borders welcome the Third Meeting of the Zapatista Peoples with the Peoples of the World.

    From the other side, women and men migrants from Central and South America, Mexico and the United States that we are Mexican @ s Without Borders we express our solidarity and we endorse our unconditional support.

    Know that here the repression against immigrants has been enraged and we’re in a real struggle of resistance in which immigrant women, mothers, daughters, sisters, have been an example of dignity and courage.

    Tens of thousands of men and women are detained in the prisons of migration; thousands of parents separated from their children, in the name of law and justice, pursued in the street, at work, exploitation and deportation. Laws that legalized hatred and racism to the silence of the governments of the world.

    As you noted, the reality today is the systematic delivery of the country to the owners of the money. This was illustrated, threatening, that betrayal call NAFTA and the subjugation of the illegitimate government to the policies of transnational corporations and U.S. interests, as shown in the hardening of immigration policy.

    The causes of the first of January 1994 are still valid, that is why we hope that this meeting will bring new light to our struggles, because we know that in the hands of our sisters, women Zapatistas, are tender and patiently weaves the future.

    They are not alone. Our solidarity with Atenco and Oaxaca and our support for the protests against NAFTA.

    Teresita Jacinto, Arnoldo Borja y Ricardo Juárez Nava. Info: http://www.mexicanossinfronteras.org; Ricardo Juarez Nava, general coordinator Mexicanos Sin Fronteras (Mexicans without Borders), 3518 11 St NW. Washington DC 20010, (571) 288-9903; ricardo@mexicanossinfronteras.org; http://www.mexicanossinfronteras.org

  6. concrete4 said on 19 Oct 2008 at 9:22 pm:
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    Wow - just noticed the lovely post from Red Dawn…..
    Lovely language, can’t figure out the post (as usual)…..
    Red Dawn - take the “F” word back over to the hate site!
    Thanks!

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