Monday, November 07, 2005

Three Cheers for Maradona!

As a supporter of the England football team in 1986, I never thought I would live to say this- but if ever a man has redeemed himself for previous misdeeds it is the former Argentinian striker. By leading the anti-Bush protests in his own country and talking of the need to throw out 'human trash' like the U.S. President- Maradona is inspiring millions of his own countrymen- and indeed millions of fellow South Americans to unite and say no to Bush's proposed free trade area- which will enslave the entire continent. The only winners from Bush's scheme will be US multinational corporations and the President's super-rich friends- which is why of course he is so keen to promote it. And that's also why, pro-Empire lackeys, like the preposterous warmonger Stephen Pollard are so enthusiastic for the free-trade area to be imposed. Read Pollard's demented rant against Maradona in the Times today and you will see what I mean. As a worldwide, popular opposition to Bush and the War Party grows, Pollard and his fellow NWO Fascists are, for all their wealth and influence, looking increasingly beleagured.

5 comments:

Anglonoel said...

Obviously Maradona's ability to lose weight hasn't gone down too well with the human bouncing bomb that is Stepehen Pollard.

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Anglonoel said...

Sorry- first thing in the morning syndrome! I've put an extra e in Stephen and in anglonoel. I'll try again...

Obviously Maradona's ability to lose weight hasn't gone down too well with the human bouncing bomb that is Stephen Pollard.

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http://www.anglonoel.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Interestingly, Maradona and Bush between them account for roughly 30% of world cocaine consumption.

Anonymous said...

And Stephen Pollard and George Bush between them for about 80% of the world's bullshit....

Anonymous said...

After doing his bit to improve the lives of cocaine farmers, it's nice to see Maradona broadening his campaign. However, he still deserves to have his hand chopped off for the Hand of God goal in 1986