Sunday, June 12, 2005


It's easy to forget that when the Maoist Internationalist Movement isn't performing community services like reviewing The Incredibles from a Marxist-Leninist perspective (it's fascist), they're fomenting everyone's favorite struggle, "armed struggle," against the U.S. Now they have a new "discussion group." Shhhhh, if we're vewy vewy quiet, maybe they won't notice us: MIM: assume you've been infiltrated.

Hang on. I just noticed that the page says "neo-Nazis and crypto-Trotskyists are banned--unless they make self-criticism of course." How's this: "In addition to being a crypto-Trotskyite and a neo-Nazi, I often smell my own feet?" Lots of people could use that one.

Duty now for the future

Their security page is a "hoot" too.

General political tips on security

Overall, keeping political line on the front-burner is the key link to defeating enemy spies and provocateurs.

The five most important actions to take on behalf of security are:
1) Not answering pig questions.
2) Staying as anonymous as possible.
3) Not falling for illegal provocations.
4) Defeating post-modernist ultra-leftist and rightist splitting.
5) Avoiding honey-traps.

1) A pig is a cop who barges in your front door. A pig question is any question about the who, when and where details of an activist doing something or just merely living. The classic pig question concerns the identity of a persyn. Of course, completely innocent people ask pig questions, but completely innocent information often ends up in the hands of police, which is why it is important never to ask or answer a pig question. Whether or not asked by a pig, the question would be asked by a pig.

The other points are elucidated in an similarly sophisticated ("persyn") manner.

Funny ha-ha

Yes, MIM has a humor page too:
Question:How many MIM comrades does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

That's a pig question.
That is kind of funny, isn't it?

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