Our Freedom Fighters in the Ukraine
When I read in the morning paper how the heroic Azov Battalion defenders of the Mariupol steel plant ended their siege, I couldn’t help but wax nostalgic if only their Fuhrer had held out longer
Catskills yentas circa 1950 debate settler-colonial patriarchal heteronormativity while playing mahjong
In Memory of Shireen Abu Akleh
Finkelstein, Roe, and Alito (video)
Every Democrat in the House of Representatives, including the Twitter progressives, voted for an additional $40 billion in weapons for the Ukraine. Teaching at a public university where none of the water fountains function, I could think of better uses for that money. The great Congressman from East Harlem, Vito Marcantonio, was the only one to vote against support for the Korean War. The powers-that-be then colluded to destroy him: he lost his office and not longer thereafter his life. He suffered the same fate as W. E. B. Du Bois (who ended up in exile) and Paul Robeson (who ended up in seclusion). But the moral cretins who maligned them are long forgotten, while their example will forever inspire. Speaking of whom, here they are:
So here’s what happened. We installed some delousing showers at Auschwitz work camp. Then some Jewish terrorists substituted deadly gas for the water in order to make us look bad. And, of course, everyone blamed the Germans. Isn’t that how it’s always been, blaming the Germans?
WITH THE RED ARMY GO THE HEROES!