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The Empire is becoming thoroughly unpredictable. It is attacking on all fronts. It lost all its shame and decency.
Western media and NGO's collaborate more and more with self-evident but unacknowledged ideological bias.
How is it that Jose Mujica, an ex-guerrilla, can become president of a country while Mutulu Shakur continues to rot behind U.S. penitentiary walls?
In lashing out at his personal enemies with white-hot hate and bigotry, he enables his followers to act out their revenge fantasies.
Today, progressives throughout the world could learn many lessons from the July 26, 1953, Moncada attack led by Fidel Castro.
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