'A modern day journey through the wild western Balkans'

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Talkin about a revolution

I see now that anti-revolutionists have infultrated my blog. And although i prefer not to call it paranoia, i have my suspicions about new visitors who have 'stumbled' upon my rhetoric. This leaves me no choice but start my very own counter-propoganda campaign - sort of like we did in Santa Clara before the gringos jankees apparently 'got a hold' of me. Just as they claim to have captured Saddam, they claim to have slain me in southern Bolivia -- and now even have a Che Trail following my 'last' battle. I was thinking that i could partly fund the revolution with tourism royalties now that Evo Morales is El Presidente. Maybe i can cash in from the gringos trekking my 'last days' with my boliviano companeros. But that's not the point here. We're talking about a revolution, right?

My new little part of world has seen its share of revolutionaries. Comrade Tito, of course, would be the most famous of the moviementos socialistas. But there were really so many more and even greater ones that ole Josip Broz. There was 'Valter' from Sarajevo. Milan Djilas from Montenegro, for example, will go down in some history books as a traitor but he was everything but that. Just as i had serious issues with Fidel in Cuba, so did Milan with the way things were evolving within our revolution. Some were forgetting the people part, Milan and I couldn't let that happen. Valter never did. He drove the fascist Germans mad. Milan got the boot. I took off to fight the good fight in Bolivia. Old age got Milan, and everyone thinks the CIA got me. Think again imperialistas.

So why did i choose the western Balkans as my new playground. Quite simple really. Just as the bastardos de los Estados Unidos chose South & Central America as their experimental grounds in the 60's, 70's and 80's, the 90's to today has shifted towards this wonderful swath of land that connects east and west. It is no coincidence that it is here the North Atlantic Treaty Organization has chosen to redraw the world maps. It is, of course, of vital economic and military significance to control this part of the world. And that is exactly what they are doing. Piece by piece, country by country. The only thing we haven't figured out yet here is solidarity, too many sell-outs and conspiracy theories. I see it all as being quite transparent, with their goals and objectives flat out on the table. We, on the other hand - the squabbling southern Slavs that we are - don't know if we're coming or going and our loyalties go as far as our wallets.

That's why i, and many other hermanos and hermanas, are here. You see, we're talking about a revolution. Hasta la victoria siempre!


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