In Memory of Gary Sudborough + No Country for Old Men

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Nov. 19, 2009

I’m deeply saddened to bring this news to you.

, one of my favorite writers for Dandelion Salad has died suddenly from a heart attack on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2009.  His sister, Marcy contacted me today by email, and wrote this comment on his latest post:
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Wolf Larsen, Nietzsche and the Titans of Capitalism by Gary Sudborough

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by Gary Sudborough
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Dandelion Salad
5 July 2009

When he was young, Jack London was a very strong man and an oyster pirate on San Francisco bay. He initially believed in might makes right. However, he worked in many different occupations and noticed many strong, decent, hard working men destroyed by accidents, diseases, the fickle hand of fate or the toxic, dangerous and harsh environments of the capitalist’s factories and mines. Jack London became similar to Upton Sinclair, who wrote about the destruction of Jurgis Rudkus’s Lithuanian family in the meat packing plants of Chicago in a book called The Jungle. Jack London, besides writing novels like The Call of The Wild and White Fang, also wrote books critical of his former ideology and of capitalism such as The Sea Wolf and The Iron Heel. Much to his credit, Jack London became a socialist.

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A Different Perspective on the Iranian Elections by Gary Sudborough

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Posted with permission from the author, thanks, Gary.

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by Gary Sudborough
http://www.indymedia.org.uk
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2009/06/432356.html
15.06.2009 19:09

Iran is in a very strategic location for the expansion of US imperialism and control of oil in the Middle East. Military Force by the United States has already been threatened, but has drawbacks. However, the CIA is an expert at fixing elections and stirring up violence and street demonstrations in other countries until an overthrow of that government occurs and one more favorable to US imperialism takes its place.

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