Friday, October 13, 2006

ADT on Subtle Revolutionary Skills

…Walter [a blatant Zionist supporter] was this geezer’s name. He was crazy as hell and he had the papers to prove it, since he lived on some kind of government nut check. WE had ignored old Walter for months, figuring that if anything he was helping us. The village idiot was not exactly the best advertisement in the world for truth, justice, and the Zionist way. That’s one of the more subtle revolutionary skills, by the by, figuring out who among your enemies are such incompetent nincompoops that they are actually doing more harm to the regime and more good to the revolution by remaining where they are.

--“A Distant Thunder”, pg 13

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