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Sukant's seriously starting to frighten me. He keeps sending and forwarding me e-mails with long rants against the Americans, the armed forces, just about everybody who isn't Iraqi, really. Remember, the following is not my views.



Dear Friends,

As people can see from the activities of SLP youth and friends, I am down
with Taimur's words about everyone all for action and no words of charity
for Iraq.

Che-Leila and SLP Youth are always stressing the importance of resistance to
imperialism, I hope this is something friends are understanding even more at
the moment. Who the hell in the world, unless the lack humanity, can fail to
support the resistance of the Iraqis?!

The Iraqis have surprised enemy and friends, and half-friends alike with
their heroic resistance at the moment!

Asm Qusar - heroic stuff resistance!
Outskirts of Basra - they cant even get in yet!
Our Arab anti-imperialist patriots have started behind enemy lines and
attacked a command tent in Kuwait - HURRAY TO THE NEW WAVE OF ARAB
RESISTANCE that we have been pointing to ever since the mid 1990s.
Helicopters all over the place are being downed - we remember our Somali
brothers and sisters for bringing down the Black Hawk, we are continuing
this today!

Even when the enemy (British and US governments and powers that be) say that
they have 'advanced' beyond Basra and Asm Qusar, it does not mean at all,
and THEY admit this, that they have conquered and pacified the resistance,
NO WAY!

ALL Arab people are saying, whatever there former views of President Saddam
Hussein and the Baath government, that Iraq and Baghdad are the centres of
the Arab world, culture, civilisation right now, and that we will support
the resistance 100%. Not only is Iraq the centre of the Arab resistance but
also of the world resistance!

Long Live Saddam Hussein, commander-in-chief of the Iraqi resistance, and I
MEAN LITERALLY MEAN 'Long Live Saddam', whatever our differences, he is the
personification of the resistance in Iraq. If Saddam goes, the Iraqi people
will fight even harder, and many new popular resistance leaders will rise
from the Iraqi people.

I would love people to discuss criticise me if they wish, let your views
stand up in the context of this great battle between barbarism of the
imperialists and the humanity of the resistance.

Peoples of the world, especially the youth, increase the resistance to war!

Long live the Iraqi and Arab war of anti-imperialist liberation!

"Man's dearest possession is life, and since it is given to him to live but
once, he must so live as to feel no torturing regrets for years without
purpose; so live as not to be seared with the shame of a cowardly and
trivial past; so live, that dying he can say: All my life and all my
strength were given to the finest cause in the world - the liberation of
mankind"

(Nikolai Otrovksy, Bolshevik hero of the civil-war in 1919-1921)

x
SK



>From: "Taimur" <cmkp@nexlinx.net.pk>
>Reply-To: clyb@yahoogroups.com
>To: <mkpstudycircle@yahoogroups.com>
>CC: <clyb@yahoogroups.com>
>Subject: [clyb] No Words for Iraq
>Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2003 01:45:25 -0000
>
>I really have no words to convey the anger I feel towards this utter act of
>savagery by US imperialism. Even at the Anti-War rally yesterday I was so
>angry that I could not speak properly.
>
>Comrades,
>
>We are still so weak. Still so divided. Still so stupid (in so far as we
>continue fighting about personal and insignificant details).
>
>Lets put all our personal differences aside. Lets put all our past mistakes
>aside. Lets put all our insecurities and complexes aside. Lets unite for
>one grand purpose: The Overthrow and Destruction of US Imperialism.
>
>Only then can we be free, only then can we talk of love, of life, of
>beauty. Till then the world is an inferno. A fire so deep and black that it
>engulfs everything of any significance. The rarest of beauty loses its
>meaning in the face of such naked ugliness.
>
>GET OUT OF YOUR CYNICAL TWO BIT COMFORTABLE BOURGEOIS WORLD
>
>IF YOU HAVE EVEN A TRACE OF HUMANITY, JUSTICE, DEMOCRACY, SOCIALISM,
>COMMUNISM....IF YOU HAVE EVEN A TRACE OF SENSITIVITY LEFT IN YOU THAN GET
>YOUR FRIENDS TOGETHER AND
>
>UNITE TO BUILD AN ANTI-IMPERIALIST MOVEMENT....
>
>DON'T BE A SERVILE BOURGEOIS INTELLECTUAL
>
>FIGHT AGAINST THIS MONSTROSITY.
>
>Some people say "fight", NO NO NO "no fighting" we are for peace. but the
>fact is...
>
>THERE CAN BE NO PEACE TILL WE DESTROY US IMPERIALISM AND IN ORDER TO
>DESTROY US IMPERIALISM WE MUST FIGHT, WE MUST STRUGGLE, WE MUST SACRIFICE,
>WE MUST BE PREPARED TO LOSE EVERYTHING FOR FREEDOM.
>
>I don't want to live in this filthy world with servile shitheads who can't
>raise their voices, who can't speak truth to power. Come on stand up, stick
>your neck out, stand up for your brothers and sisters. Make that expression
>real by your actions, by your convictions. Life has no meaning if it is not
>lived fighting for freedom, fighting against injustice, fighting against
>oppression.
>
>Strive to be a Che Guevara, to be a Liela Khalid, to be Samora Machel, to
>be Amilcar Kabral.
>
>Live with dignity and be prepared to die for your principles.
>
>REPEAT AFTER ME....
>WE WILL NOT BE SLAVES OF US IMPERIALISM
>WE WILL NOT BE SLAVES
>
>WE WILL BE FREE
>WE WILL FIGHT FOR OUR FREEDOM, OUR DIGNITY, AND OUR PRINCIPLES
>
>Down with US Imperialism
>Long Live the Courageous People of Iraq
>Long Live the International Communist Movement
>
>With Iron Solidarity
>Taimur


I just hope Sukant never decides to get himself armed and go and do something about it. He's walking the line of fanaticism (maybe has even crossed it) and I really think he could be very dangerous if he wanted to be. True believers often are...

I've been thinking for a while that I have to start distancing myself from him and his groups, and now I know I have to. He's scaring me.

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From:meg_mccormack
Date:March 23rd, 2003 - 08:14 am
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::schnoogles::

Caught between a rock and a hard place? I'm sorry, hon. Hope it all works out soon!
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From:muffytaj
Date:March 23rd, 2003 - 06:28 pm
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*nods* I would definitely get out of there - and fast!
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From:rfmcdpei
Date:March 23rd, 2003 - 07:39 pm
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to be a Che Guevara, to be a Liela Khalid, to be Samora Machel, to be Amilcar Kabral.

Che Guevara--that Argentine-born Cuban-associated revolutionary who died in Bolivia--is well-known.

Samora Machel was the first president (left-wing radical, of course) of post-Portuguese Mozambique.

Amilcar Cabral led the revolutionaries in Portuguese Guinea (later Guinea-Bissau) and was killed a year or two before final victory.

I'm not sure, but I think that Leila Khalid was one of the first female Palestinian suicide bombers--a high school student.

Run, not walk, away from this group.