This third post will both entertain and disgust you.
Mike Martinez is an organizer for the Miami branch of F.I.S.T. and, when he’s not busy humming the tune to the Internationale and writing about Marxist youth singing Happy Birthday to Fidel Castro, spends his time introducing America’s youth to the revolutionary ideas of Marx, Lenin and Che. Oh, and he also likes writing poetry about armed, violent revolution—taking particular aim at “Tea Party fascists.”
Some of Martinez’s Marxist “prose” has been transcribed below the fold.
“So follow the Party’s command, every woman student and man, fall into position. The Workers World Party will put the bosses up against the wall and bring justice to each one in the order of who’s the greediest of them all…”
“And as for the pigs? We’re out of time. Because like a good Jew or a Muslim, we don’t deal with no swine.”
Apparently, Mr. Martinez isn’t one of those right-wing extremists that keeps Janet Napolitano and her blue shirts awake at night.
“I bring reason to your ears, and, in language as plain as ABC, hold up truth to your eyes.” Thomas Paine, December 23, 1776
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