[Marxism] Ordinary People, Extraordinary Deaths.
clayclai at gmail.com
Wed Jan 8 00:30:33 MST 2014
I'm sure such near misses happen in Aleppo too. The kid that was sick and
didn't go to school on the day Assad dropped a bomb on his school, the
patient released from the hospital just before Assad bombed it, the wife
who decided not to go to the baker on the day Assad bombed it and the
terrorist safe in the ISIS headquarters while Assad bombed civilians in all
these other places.
Clay Claiborne, Director
Vietnam: American Holocaust <http://VietnamAmericanHolocaust.com>
Linux Beach Productions
Venice, CA 90291
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On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 10:07 PM, Prashad, Vijay
<Vijay.Prashad at trincoll.edu>wrote:
> Rule #1: YOU MUST clip all extraneous text when replying to a message.
> Dear Friends,
> Just to alert you to my leader essay in The Hindu on the bombings in
> Imbedded in the text is this paragraph:
> "Such memories of near misses are legion in Lebanon: of a sniper whose
> bullet went past a young woman, of a boy who tells his father to hurry up
> only to find that he has saved both of them from a car bomb, of a woman who
> goes back into her house to get her pocketbook to be saved from a shell
> that landed on her front walk. There is a trauma that gets distilled out of
> these close calls, and of having to cry over the bodies of dead friends and
> relatives, or even of dead strangers."
> Warm regards,
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