[Marxism] re the Chavez/anti-semitism crap
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Mon Jan 9 09:03:20 MST 2006
Whatever Chavez meant, this just goes to show that it's not easy to use
a Christian metaphor without creating some ambiguity, given that
Christ-worship is Europe's historic "Faith of Genocide."
Ignoring that question for a moment though - i am interested in knowing
why Michael A. Lebowitz describes Judas as the first capitalist. I am
used to hearing Jesus described as the "first socialist" (and first
anarchist, and first communist, and first feminist, and first
environmentalist, ad nauseum... one would think the guy walked on water
or something!), but Judas being the first capitalist? Definitely not my
reading of the New Testament, a book i had the mixed pleasure of having
to read overb and over again in Catholic school...
I wait in anxious theological anticipation!
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