The only man to enter Parliament with honest intentions.
And they burn his effigy for it. When Palestinians burn effigies of Bush, the media call it "barbarism". It's not even as if Britain was a fucking democracy at the time!
Real lesson of Guy Fawkes: watch out for snitches.
2004년 04월 21일 (수)
This expression is to be used when you have no chance to survive. It originated in AD 2101, when war was beginning. To successfully "Make your time", you must take off every 'Zig'. You know what you doing.
How are you gentlemen!!!
You have no chance to surviv make your time
2005년 03월 11일 (금)
Downing a bottle of beverage, using a bendy straw to allow the liquid to be replaced by air, therefore, not creating a vacuum, meaning the beverage will go down faster.
Strawpedo this bottle of wine!!!
2004년 11월 19일 (금)
A hardline Stalinist. A tankie is a member of a communist group or a "fellow traveller" (sympathiser) who believes fully in the political system of the Soviet Union and defends/defended the actions of the Soviet Union and other accredited states (China, Serbia, etc.) to the hilt, even in cases where other communists criticise their policies or actions. For instance, such a person favours overseas interventions by Soviet-style states, defends these regimes when they engage in human rights violations, and wishes to establish a similar system in other countries such as Britain and America.
The term is used to distinguish the rare individuals with these kinds of beliefs from communists more broadly (including Communist Party members), whose adherence to Soviet doctrine and attachment to existing "socialist" states is somewhat weaker.
It is always more-or-less abusive in the sense that those termed tankies do not use the term themselves, but it doesn't have any particular bite (unlike, say, Trot).
The term derives from the fact that the divisions within the communist movement first arose when the Soviet Union sent tanks into communist Hungary in 1956, to crush an attempt to establish an alternative version of communism which was not embraced by the Russians. Most communists outside the eastern bloc opposed this action and criticised the Soviet Union. The "tankies" were those who said "send the tanks in".
The epithet has stuck because tankies also supported "sending the tanks in" in cases such as Czechoslovakia 1968, Afghanistan 1979, Bosnia and Kosovo/a (in the case of the Serbian state), and so on (whereas the rest of the communist movement has gravitated towards anti-militarism).
I wouldn't be surprised if the tankies even defend Saddam Hussein.
Some of the people round George W Bush used to be left-wing, but they haven't really changed their views much; they were mostly tankies.
2004년 04월 20일 (화)