Gaddafi, friend and sword

February 26, 2011 at 11:50 pm (drugs, fascism, Jim D, Middle East)

(courtesy That Place)

There’s just got to be a caption to this, eh?

9 Comments

  1. Nayme Hear said,

    Did “that place” carry this one?

  2. charliethechulo said,

    Hugo (to Muammar) : Might I suggest hari-kari?

  3. jim denham said,

    Some party hack decreed that the people
    had lost the government’s confidence
    and could only regain it with redoubled effort.
    If that is the case, would it not be be simpler,
    If the government simply dissolved the people
    And elected another?
    -Bertolt Brecht

  4. baldric said,

    Cool pick,friends admiring the control that they have.Silly souls that believe in leaders,for their leaders right to control.Marx and Engels,had a major fall out, about, what and how to gain control.

  5. SteveH said,

    Could be worse!

  6. charliethechulo said,

    Steve: is that actually “worse”? As opposed to “just as bad”?

  7. jim denham said,

    Hugo: “It goes ’round and around, and it comes out here.”

  8. SteveH said,

    ChuChuTrain, I guess just as bad!

    Lay off Chavez! This from counterfire:

    “Everything began to change in 2002, when Hugo Chavez nationalized the oil industry, changed all contracts with multinationals, demanding that they pay taxes and that the profits are shared. The following year, $11.4 billion of government money was spent on social programmes, health care and education for all, a doubling of minimum wage, support of cooperatives and small businesses that created jobs. In Bolivia, Evo Morales has done the same. And other countries in the region are following their example. If the revolutions in the Middle East are successful, we could witness something similar here.”

  9. Bruce said,

    “They don’t like it up ‘em.”?

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