Re:virus: Is Hermit really Noam Chomsky?

Date: Sun Sep 15 2002 - 15:51:02 MDT

On 15 Sep 2002 at 15:18, rhinoceros wrote:

> [Blunderov]
> The truth at last! Noam Chomsky precipitated the attack with his
> terror-memes. It seems so clear to me now.
> BTW those were REALLY sour grapes back there; I shan't return.
> Tralalala.
> [rhinoceros]
> In fact, as twisted as it is, Horowitz's article may have its uses.
> At the time when we had a military dictatorship in Greece (1967-1974),
> they used to run everyday anticommunist serials on radio and TV, where
> cunning and evil communists were working hard to undermine the three
> holiest of our values, that is "Homeland, Religion, Family". (That was
> THE official motto.)
> Most parents did not let their kids watch those programs, but most
> kids used to keep a small radio receiver hidden somewhere in their
> bedroom and listen to the weird horror stories late at night, notably
> one called "Caught in the spider's web" at 10 pm. What was strange was
> that a lot of kids seemed to empathize with the communist caricatures
> presented in the stories rather than with "Homeland, Religion,
> Family". The kids used to talk about the stories in school, and
> several became communists (or so they thought) precisely because of
> those stories.
Just like rebellious kids from fundie families become li'l satanist
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