Tuesday, January 18, 2005


From This Day In Radical History.
1943: WW II hardship, Soviet style: Red Army breaks 890-day-long German siege of Leningrad.

I wonder how many days it will take to break Bush's siege of America? 1400+ and counting.
1943: WW II hardship, American style: U.S. bans sale of pre-sliced bread for duration of the war. (Not unlike current practice, the government never explained how this action helped the war effort.)

Bush hasn't got the balls to ask the American public to make any sacrifice for his bullshit war, let alone a little thing like slicing their own bread, which might even promote a little unity.

Plenty more where those came from.

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