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Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...

 
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Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
But unlike Che, the nobody fights for the entire world....
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
Would you like to have a world revolution?
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12/21/2012 08:41 PM
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
Well, the wheel must turn. Eventually.
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I like the way you think.

Che was the reason Fidel got power, and kept power.

Although, I don't see the Nobody as being a martyr for a dumb reactionary ideology like Che.

I see Nobody as being incorporated by a wide range of groups with a variety of beliefs, rising through these groups, and becoming a leader instead of dying a tragic figure in a ridiculous disguise while leading a ragtag group of Congolese in the jungle.
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
The "nobody" shouldn't end up as a silhouette that is painted on every imaginable medium, but which no one really understands.
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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And shits brown despotic logs in the afternoon
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I like the way you think.



I see Nobody as being incorporated by a wide range of groups with a variety of beliefs, rising through these groups, and becoming a leader instead of dying a tragic figure in a ridiculous disguise while leading a ragtag group of Congolese in the jungle.
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This statement is correct it seems you have done your homework on on the nobody ..

But I Think there would be a little bit of che on the nobody blood..
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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No he doesn't, he likes some aspects of the commies ..but he doesn't like them completely...So he might incorporate some aspect of the commies and discard what he does not like....
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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No he doesn't, he likes some aspects of the commies ..but he doesn't like them completely...So he might incorporate some aspect of the commies and discard what he does not like....
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Mmmtell us more about him OP.

Does he enjoy mangos?
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Are you the Nobody?
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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No he doesn't, he likes some aspects of the commies ..but he doesn't like them completely...So he might incorporate some aspect of the commies and discard what he does not like....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1478679


Mmmtell us more about him OP.

Does he enjoy mangos?
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I heard he eats a lot of pussy.

Some say he's Chinese..
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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No he doesn't, he likes some aspects of the commies ..but he doesn't like them completely...So he might incorporate some aspect of the commies and discard what he does not like....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1478679


Mmmtell us more about him OP.

Does he enjoy mangos?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30370599


Smiley
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
Are you the Nobody?
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NO!!!!
I am joust a funny Guy..
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Would you like to have a world revolution?
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yes I would

however 99.9% of the sheep
don't know that the Nobody is
a Rockerfeller ruse to lead
into a false Revolution.
Rockerfeller funded bro.
That is called a set-up.
we will have revolution
but it will be on our own terms,
not by a messiah the elites have
picked for us.

their day is fast approaching.
there will be a reckoning ;)
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
Would you like to have a world revolution?
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yes I would

however 99.9% of the sheep
don't know that the Nobody is
a Rockerfeller ruse to lead
into a false Revolution.
Rockerfeller funded bro.
That is called a set-up.
we will have revolution
but it will be on our own terms,
not by a messiah the elites have
picked for us.

their day is fast approaching.
there will be a reckoning ;)
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Violence and hatred breed more violence and hatred.
yoda
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Violence and hatred breed more violence and hatred.
yoda
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don't preach violence to me,
the sheep are the ones with
shackles on their mind.
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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No he doesn't, he likes some aspects of the commies ..but he doesn't like them completely...So he might incorporate some aspect of the commies and discard what he does not like....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1478679


No, he hates it all...with an uncontrollable violent, seething rage...

scarface
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
Jim Fitzpatrick did that "iconic" Che portrait OP.

This work of his is far greater:

[link to www.jimfitzpatrick.ie]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Yeah I think the nobody would easily hire Jim to do an icon of him.
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
The Nobody and Woman of Scars:

[link to www.jimfitzpatrick.ie]
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
The Nobody and Woman of Scars:

[link to www.jimfitzpatrick.ie]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30370599


hott...
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real men of genius, mr nobody cares but everybody wants to know guyyyyy
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hiding
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But the earliest Irish (or more correctly Scotti, or Scots) left more than cleared plains in their wake; they left us their great monuments: stone fortresses like Dun Aengus, Dun Conor, Aileach and Staigue : dolmens, stone circles, standing stones, court tombs, passage-graves and burial chambers that litter the landscape. Crowning them all in its majestic splendour is Newgrange and sister shrines Knowth and Dowth set in the lush landscape of the Boyne Valley, our own Valley of the Kings -a stones throw away from Royal Tara.

From the coming of Christianity to Ireland through to the end of our Golden Age with the Viking incursions and the later Norman Invasion the Irish landscape was moulded with a newer, more symetrical, more architectural style of monument. The genealogy of this movement can be traced from its earliest origins in the beautiful but tiny Gallerus Oratory through to the magnificient Cormac's Chapel on the Rock of Cashel and the wonderful, but later Christ Church cathedral in Dublin.

With the deliberate repression and destruction of the Celtic church in Ireland and mainland Europe over the centuries by the Roman popes, (using everything from treachery to mass-murder to achieve the total Romanisation of northern Europe) one of the most beautiful religious movements ever to draw it's inspiration from the teachings of Jesus was suppressed so throughly its voice was stilled forever.

- Jim Fitzpatrick
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Also

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[...]

Bisset was keen to legitimise a Scottish (as opposed to English) accession to the throne after Alexander III of Scotland died in 1286. Alexander himself at his coronation in 1249 heard his royal genealogy recited back through 56 generations to Scota.[9] Bisset therefore attempted to legitimise a Scottish accession by making Scota significant, as having transported the Stone of Scone from Egypt during the exodus of Moses to Scotland.
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Wikipedia lies when it says Bisset "attempted" to legitimize this geneaology, it is in fact the truth.

Nobody knows this. Moses was Akhenaten, and his primary daughter Meritaten is buried in Ireland and was the true Scota of history.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Would you like to have a world revolution?
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yes I would

however 99.9% of the sheep
don't know that the Nobody is
a Rockerfeller ruse to lead
into a false Revolution.
Rockerfeller funded bro.
That is called a set-up.
we will have revolution
but it will be on our own terms,
not by a messiah the elites have
picked for us.

their day is fast approaching.
there will be a reckoning ;)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30596809


The ants think they can fight the wind ....very interesting...
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[...]

Bisset was keen to legitimise a Scottish (as opposed to English) accession to the throne after Alexander III of Scotland died in 1286. Alexander himself at his coronation in 1249 heard his royal genealogy recited back through 56 generations to Scota.[9] Bisset therefore attempted to legitimise a Scottish accession by making Scota significant, as having transported the Stone of Scone from Egypt during the exodus of Moses to Scotland.
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And as for this part above, this was the beauty of the bards, they memorized the Kinglists.

That is why the Romans put them all to the sword, to destroy the memories of the true Kings.

But in 1985, they were summoned again.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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I heard he eats commies for breakfast...
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No he doesn't, he likes some aspects of the commies ..but he doesn't like them completely...So he might incorporate some aspect of the commies and discard what he does not like....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1478679


only some aspects lol

[link to www.rockshockpop.com]
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Re: Is the nobody the new Che Guevara...
Fuck all monarchies especially that satanist monarchy of England which is the purest representation of slavery on earth..And yeah fuck all the Mickey mouse blood lines...The nobody is here to destroye all this systems of oppression against the people of the world, and he will full fill his mission no matter the cost.

But the earliest Irish (or more correctly Scotti, or Scots) left more than cleared plains in their wake; they left us their great monuments: stone fortresses like Dun Aengus, Dun Conor, Aileach and Staigue : dolmens, stone circles, standing stones, court tombs, passage-graves and burial chambers that litter the landscape. Crowning them all in its majestic splendour is Newgrange and sister shrines Knowth and Dowth set in the lush landscape of the Boyne Valley, our own Valley of the Kings -a stones throw away from Royal Tara.

From the coming of Christianity to Ireland through to the end of our Golden Age with the Viking incursions and the later Norman Invasion the Irish landscape was moulded with a newer, more symetrical, more architectural style of monument. The genealogy of this movement can be traced from its earliest origins in the beautiful but tiny Gallerus Oratory through to the magnificient Cormac's Chapel on the Rock of Cashel and the wonderful, but later Christ Church cathedral in Dublin.

With the deliberate repression and destruction of the Celtic church in Ireland and mainland Europe over the centuries by the Roman popes, (using everything from treachery to mass-murder to achieve the total Romanisation of northern Europe) one of the most beautiful religious movements ever to draw it's inspiration from the teachings of Jesus was suppressed so throughly its voice was stilled forever.

- Jim Fitzpatrick
 Quoting:


Also

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[...]

Bisset was keen to legitimise a Scottish (as opposed to English) accession to the throne after Alexander III of Scotland died in 1286. Alexander himself at his coronation in 1249 heard his royal genealogy recited back through 56 generations to Scota.[9] Bisset therefore attempted to legitimise a Scottish accession by making Scota significant, as having transported the Stone of Scone from Egypt during the exodus of Moses to Scotland.
 Quoting:


Wikipedia lies when it says Bisset "attempted" to legitimize this geneaology, it is in fact the truth.

Nobody knows this. Moses was Akhenaten, and his primary daughter Meritaten is buried in Ireland and was the true Scota of history.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30370599

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