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Where else can they go?

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Dec 17, 2007 at 23:12

The hammer and sickle has been lowered over most of Europe. It survives in North Korea (via help from Beijing), China, Cuba, and University complexes. What else is left as a refuge for those who accept Antonio Gramsci, other than the bitterly cold eye of the marauders who follow in the footsteps of the brigands who stormed out of the Arabian peninsula 14 centuries ago, and who use the notes of a heretical monk to justify man's inhumanity to man.

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