swearing and idolitry
CharlesB at SPAMCNCL.ci.detroit.mi.us
Wed Jan 10 08:04:35 MST 2001
Yea, I think that's a key distinction. It is highly politically correct to swear at
and cuss out the bourgeoisie. It is crypto-Christianity and parlor room manners to
make a principled argument about swearing about the goddamn capitalists.
The bourgeoisie is a motherfucker.
Of course, we are against swearing at other workers.
>>> mstainsby at tao.ca 01/09/01 05:53PM >>>
I'm not interested in creating new idolatry here, but I have never seen such behaior
by Fidel Castro- before, during or after the Revolution- in regards to other
Communists (except Pol Pot, but I think everyone took a shot at him).
----- Original Message -----
From: George Snedeker <snedeker at concentric.net>
To: <marxism at lists.panix.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2001 2:34 PM
Subject: swearing and idolitry
> Frank Manuel, in his book, REQUIEM FOR KARL MARX, suggests that it was old
> Karl who began swearing as a style of dealing with his political opposition.
> Lenin and the others simply followed in Marx's footsteps. it would be
> interesting to see examples of a better style of leadership in the context
> of struggle. what happens to civility when the chips are down?
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