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29 definitions by El_Haggis

 
1.
A people who have the guts to disagree with Bush. Unlike most other Western European countries, they have never been at war with the USA, and have been actively allied with us in the Revolutionary War and World War I.

The battlefield of Europe: The French generally dislike war due to the fact that almost half of the battles of modern Europe were fought of French soil, and the French civilians have perished by it, on their land, for over two millenia.

The second country (America was the first) to have a major revolution which favored Democracy (it didn't work out all that well). They even gave us an enormous statue for that fact.
So why are we supposed to hate The French?
by El_Haggis September 10, 2006
 
2.
Communism, though recently associated with corrupt totalitarian states such as China and The Soviet Union is one of the natural states of human existance, the idea of living in a self-sustaining group that cares for its members, like they did in the Paleolithic (Old Stone Age), which is increasingly hard in the modern world. Most families live in A SORT of communism, as parents USUALLY don't make the kids work for what they eat.

Many societies, such as the Shakers in America, the Incas in Peru, the Essines in Israel, and many Early Christian groups, have practiced forms of communism.
But Communism with Das Kapital C didn't come about until the mid 1800s when Karl Marx wrote the Communist Manifesto, which stated that Society was always going through transitions (the last two being Feudalism, and Capitalism), and that now was the time for a transition into a Socialist economy, which would lead to a classless society, which he called "Communism". Marx recognised the effectiveness of Capitalism, but saw that it was only another step in this chain.

One of the most contraversial points about Modern Communism is that it is vocally Athiest, as Marx had said "Religion is the Opium of The People." This is because Marx's father was forced to convert from Judaism to Christianity in order to get a job in a largely anti-semitic country. Because of this, the young Marx decided that religion was fleeting, and was a tool of the opressor to bind the people. Despite this, many religious-based communistic societies have existed.

In the early 1900s, in Russia, long after marx's death, the Tsar Alexander II had declared war on Japan. Russia, after a devistating defeat in the Russo-Japanese War, and heavy losses in World War I, the people were ready for a new government. Many looked to Marxism. These were lead by intellectuals such as Vladamir Ulyanov "Lenin", and Leon Trotsky. They called themselves the Bolsheviks, and pelieved that the Proletariat, The workers, must triumph in an armed revolution. In 1917, the Tsar was deposed, and followed by a capitalistic Provisional Government. This didn't cut it for the Bolsheviks, and the Bolsheviks soon gained control of Russia.
At first, the new Soviet Union seemed like a genuine Marxist state, but soon an upstart named Josef "Stalin" "The Man of Steel", began his deadly regime, which effectively ended the idea of a just Communist state.

the same thing was played out all over the world in places like China, and Cuba. Corrupt dictators hijacked Communistic ideals and used them for their own personal good.

So thus the great notions of Communism will forever be tainted by the terror of corrupt dictators.
Communism: As long as people will strive to rule over others, there will be no true communist state. -me
by El_Haggis September 09, 2006
 
3.
The fishie that took the bait and hasn't quite felt the hook.
I pity those Scientologists.
by El_Haggis September 12, 2006
 
4.
Bitch.

Karl Rove's burlesque-show whore

Speaks poison to unwitting neoconservatives.

The floozy whose dispicability unites both Liberals and Moderate Conservatives. Thank you Miss Coulter.
Ann Coulter is the ugly face of the neoconservatives.
by El_Haggis September 08, 2006
 
5.
Faux news

The only two major difference between Fox and The Daily Show:

1. The daily show does not claim to be "fair and Balanced" like Fox does.

2. While John Stewart tells the truth with a major Liberal spin on it, people like Bill O'Reily (affectionately known as Mr. Falafel) tell outright lies.

No wonder the station is named after an animal commonly associated with sneakyness.
Fox News: The foul breath of the neocons
by El_Haggis September 09, 2006
 
6.
The only kind of Republican that can justifiably be a called a nazi.
Thanks to the Neocons, Godwin's Law is now obsolete.
by El_Haggis September 09, 2006
 
7.
The brave scot who triumphed over Prou' Edward Longshanks and his English cronies at the Battle of Sterling Bridge. He was soon defeated at the Battle of Falkirk, mostly do to snoody Edward buying all of his allies.
Contrary to Braveheart, William Wallace did not have a mullet.
by El_Haggis September 10, 2006