"The house at the center of a hours-long SWAT standoff and a deadly shooting in Fayetteville on Tuesday is connected to Atlanta-based extremist organization, the Black Hammer Party, according to the group’s social media posts."
I thought this was an interesting read, with a an interesting conclusion. I don't know enough about Foco to measure his criticisms here, but the Mao except he includes was new to me!
Another note: Rashid uses "Maoist", but I'm under the impression he opposes the Gonzoloite Maoism we're more familiar with.
I used to drink massive amounts of coffee, but I'm slowly transitioning to tea. I don't think the caffeine does me any favors mood-wise, but I still really love the flavor of coffee. What do you drink?
I'm just starting Fidel's autobiography, and had a thought that I haven't found much information on:
Cuba was a colonized country (sort of like the U$ in some ways), are there lessons to be learned for decolonization from the Cuban revolution?
Were there enough Taino to have a voice in the revolution? Is there a Cuban version of landback?
Or were the material conditions of the Cuban people so deteriorated that the differences between native/non-native weren't like the U$? just some thoughts! thank you!
I know it's pretty much just a conspiracy theory, but it seems pretty plausible and with a very predictable result. Could it be to distract from the impending loss in Ukraine? From the inflation and potential recession? Am I just crazy?