Old Habits or Old Alliances? ♠ Vieilles Habitudes ou Vieilles Alliances ?

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Old Habits or Old Alliances? ♠ Vieilles Habitudes ou Vieilles Alliances ?

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A quick post because I believe this deserves more coverage.

Gabriel Syme at Samizdata has an interesting fact to reveal about Saddam's regime.

Despite the Left's efforts, we knew it was a Socialism, but it seems the media succeeded to hide its exact flavor from us, until now:
A question to consider: What would happen if the mainstream media were somehow forced to refer to Saddam's old regime by its own official title, which is The Arab National Socialist Party or Arab NAZI Party? What a thought
Old adage of the French Champaign-Socialists: "No enemy on the left".

It does explain a lot of things, and it does confirm one of my early remarks about Socialists vs. Capitalist Cowboys, even though I was mainly focusing on the North Korean variety at the time.

Well at least, we can start to understand France's dedication to oppose the liberation of Iraq.

She became so effective in the collaboration department that we don't even need the Nazis to travel and skirt the Maginot line anymore.

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Un post rapide car je crois que ceci mérite plus d'attention.

Gabriel Syme chez Samizdata dévoile un fait intéressant concernant le régime de Saddam.

En dépit des efforts de la gauche, nous savions qu'il s'agissait d'un socialisme, mais les média ont réussi à nous dissimuler son parfum exact, jusqu'à maintenant :
Une question à prendre en considération : que se passerait il si les média de masse étaient d'un quelconque manière contraints de se reporter à l'ancien régime de Saddam en utilisant son nom officiel, qui est Parti National-Socialiste Arabe ou Parti NAZI Arabe ? En voilà une perspective...
Vieil adage de la gauche caviar française : "pas d'ennemi à gauche".

Cela explique beaucoup de choses en effet et confirme l'une de mes remarques antérieures au sujet des Socialistes contre les Cowboys Capitalistes, même si je faisais principalement référence à la variété Nord Coréenne à l'époque.

Quoi qu'il en soit, nous pouvons commencer à comprendre la dévotion de la France à empêcher la libération de l'Irak.

Elle est devenu si efficace dans le domaine de la collaboration qu'il n'est même plus nécessaire que les nazis se déplacent et contournent la ligne Maginot.

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  • Papertiger

I vote old habit. Beware of habits there hard to break.

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  • Straight_Talk

C’est vrai, d’accords!
I will henceforth refer constantly to the Iraq National Socialist Party… much to my liberal-left friends’ chagrin on hearing that name!  :)