domingo, mayo 21, 2006

Cosas que no cambian

«Stalin was applauded by Sidney and Beatrice Webb. Mao was visited by a constant stream of worshippers from the West, some of whose names can still produce winces of disgust in China. Castro has basked for years in the adulation of such literary stars as Jose Saramago and Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Even Pol Pot found favour among several well-known journalists and academics.

Last year a number of journalists, writers and showbiz figures, including Harold Pinter, Nadine Gordimer, Harry Belafonte and Tariq Ali, signed a letter claiming that in Cuba “there has not been a single case of disappearance, torture or extra-judicial execution since 1959 . . .”»

El resto en The Times, vía A&LD

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Anonymous Anónimo said...

Los dictadores carniceros siempre cuentan con un coro de tontos útiles que les cantan sus alabanzas. Gran parte de la intelectualidad occidental del siglo xx es completamente inmoral.


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