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Viva la socialism and why not communism!?

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Well, Jong-Il Kim has done it again. Everyone’s so surprised and baffled about this detonation of a second nuclear bomb. The most hilarious thing about this is that UN is assembling for a “crisis meeting” now because of this. Why? I mean… UN can’t agree nor do anything even if their lives depended on it. In this case it really could be about their lives. Monkeys could do a better job than UN.



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May 25, 2009 at 09:41

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Racist filesharing.. or osmethne.

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Sweden says no to attending a Jihadist meeting where the “best” slogan would be something like “Let’s burn and kill all the jews. While we are at it let’s just kill everyone that doesn’t like Islam“. There is some kind of “special” connection between freedom of speech and OIC. They use the thing they want to forbid (freedom of speech). Now how paradoxal is that?

In other news. IFPI, the “my mother dropped me on the floor head first when i was a child“-syndrom damaged organization want Swedish ISP’s to block users from entering Pirate bays website. What the dumdasses at IFPI don’t understand is that it was Pirate bay that was sentenced. That does NOT apply to any ISP what so ever. This IFPI thing is kind of “UN” pointless. Lots of big words and shouting but nothing to show.

Just have to meantion that there’s actually two smart “almost communists” in Sweden. First is the Eva-Britt Svensson how is in the European Parliament defending our basic rights and Rossana Dinamarca how wants to implement compulsory 12 year school in Sweden. The saying  “knowledge is power” isn’t said for nothing. What Jan Björklun says is funny though. It gives me a feeling that he is a rightwing socialist. Yeah, the second paradox today but that’s the impression you get by reading SvD’s article.

Read about “osmethnehere. True story.

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April 18, 2009 at 11:42