Billmon, Whiskey Bar: Scenes From the Cultural Revolution juxtaposes the rantings of our local version of the Red Guards with the substantially similar rantings of the originals.
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Hilarious, absolutely hilarious!
Horowitz is a radical, so I guess the comparison shouldn’t be too surprising. Used to be a lefty radical, now a wingnut radical. And, as this shows, would have fit in comfortably with the Chinese revolution also.