Quote of the week

A history lesson courtesy of Roberta X:

Y’know who really won the Second World War? Mussolini. Yeah, the Italians strung him up from a streetlight, but he was first across the line with the Leader Principle, and by the time The Last Good War was over, Mr. Roosevelt, Mr. Stalin, Mr. Churchill and Mr. Hitler had established this damfool notion that the guy runnin’ a country was the boss of everyone who lived there. (Mr. Tojo took advantage of something similar by proxy.) I guess the nitwits were starved for Kings; whatever, the friggin’ fascists colonized the zeitgeist and we have been stuck with it ever since.

As her roomie is wont to say, “Vobis non me dux.”

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2 comments

  1. OhioRiver »

    28 September 2012 · 11:35 am

    Here is another quote to prove Mussolini won WWII.

    “Fascism should more properly be called corporatism because it is the merger of state and corporate power.” – Benito Mussolini.

    Now, we have corporate American running the USG, our political parties & just about everything else in our lives. Might want to read this book out that’s a thriller cause it’s real so I recommend it ( http://www.booksbyoliver.com ).

    I mention the book cause the people of Cuba supported Castro and didn’t know he was a communist until he was in office. He hid that fact well from the people as we be seeing with Obama.

    Govt. is, ‘…of the people, by the people and for the people’. It’s our country…not the politicians.

  2. McGehee »

    28 September 2012 · 1:02 pm

    We’ve never had a president who was more than minimally competent at running his own White House (and at least 40 of them weren’t even minimally), let alone the whole damn country.

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