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  1. Hoipolloi Cassidy
    16th May 2011 14:08
    Hoipolloi Cassidy
    First stop: bellaciao.org
    Run by some Italian exile nutjob, and don't even try posting, they're still stuck in the USSR anti-Yankee line, but a very good source for links to other French blogs. (I managed to collect a whole series of web-sites on Ivory Coast, for instance.)

    Solidarity!
  2. Pirate Utopian
    4th May 2011 01:55
    Pirate Utopian
    Happy birthday
  3. Che Chara
    6th March 2011 12:10
    Che Chara
    "sane and reasonable" i have me moments. bad mood swings i have, but seriously upon registration i had doubts about abortion, especially late term, but i've now come to the logical conclusion that I support abortion in all instances and that it is the choice of the 'mother'. i'll be making an appeal shortly.....
  4. Os Cangaceiros
    4th March 2011 04:20
    Os Cangaceiros
    yeah

    "Our atrophied brains reminded us of birds which, when we go to let them free, to let them escape, do not know how to fly. I was overcome with sadness. I told myself: God made our brains not to let us think. Then, suddenly, in '69, they began to function again. We broke the cage, and we began to fly again."

    It's attributed to someone on strike in a FIAT plant in Italy during Italy's "Hot Autumn", IIRC. I got it from a book called Transnational Moments Of Change: Europe 1945, 1968, 1989. There's a good discussion of the Italian situation in 1968/69 in it.
  5. ComradeOm
    14th February 2011 18:36
    ComradeOm
    Yeah, back in the country looking for work. Gramsci's a good read; often difficult but worth it
  6. Palingenisis
    7th February 2011 23:07
    Palingenisis
    Sorry I refused your friends request because I thought you were CWI....We (Maoists) consider them on the verge of being social-fascist...And also as someone raised Protestant in a mixed marriage with a long history of Republicanism and Socialism on my fathers side I find their labelling as sectarian things both I and my dad (who is a moderate tankie) support incredibly annoying.
  7. Palingenisis
    2nd February 2011 21:00
    Palingenisis
    Have you left the CWI?
  8. Aurora
    30th November 2010 14:50
    Aurora
    Hey man hows things?
  9. bad ideas actualized by admins
    2nd November 2010 23:29
    bad ideas actualized by admins
    Thanks! I didn't realize people knew about me arguing with the EDL.
  10. BeerShaman
    25th October 2010 20:19
    BeerShaman
    Thank you very much! ;-P If you'd like give me the results. I would love having a text with the interview. I will give it to my team if you don't have a problem.

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  • About The Grey Blur
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    “It is not true that people stop pursuing dreams because they grow old, they grow old because they stop pursuing dreams.” - Gabriel Garcia Marquez

    "What forces can bring the national question to a successful conclusion? Only the working class can do so." - Ta Power

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