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SilentHitz

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#61 13 years ago
ZabYea, I'm a rebel!

Yea, and wear that in the US you'll be a target lol :cya: Befor ya flame me for that, let me clarify myself. I would NOT shoot someone because of the clothes they wear, But you know as well as I do that there are plenty of people who would. At a police interview a young man gave a chilling reply to the question of why he murdered someone.. " He looked at me hard" If folks will kiill over minor crap like that...they wouldn't hesitate if they thought you were supporting terrorist groups.




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#62 13 years ago
SalazaristaThis is why our Democracy is so corupt. If the government was a truely great government, it would ban all terrorist affiliated merch. And also why in the heck are we selling CCCP shirts and trackjackets everywhere? And wtf is up with Che shirts everywhere.....that motherf**ker started a war against America by stepping in Cuban soil and turning the country Commie with Fidel. People are so retarted these days...Stupid Che! ...............................:beer:

Note that this in NOT in the USA, where this operation would be promptly shut down, for financing known terrorists groups. that is in Denmark. I am not sure as to the (Denmark)government's position on merchants such as these. The CCCP shirts are not financing the USSR, but they are red and have letters you don't understand on them. It seems that symbols you don't understand are becoming more popular recently(Kanji tatoos, etc.) Che just had a good picture of him taken, and looks good on a T-shirt. Not so much for Castro. I love it when I see someone wearing a Che shirt, becuase when I ask them who he was, most of them have no idea.




Nostradamouse

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#63 13 years ago
USMA2010Oh, gee, how about after they make a post that directly deals with a post of mine, without addressing anybody elses? Nostra, in that case, yep. Democracy is better than a dictatorship, no matter how heroic the beret-toting leader may be. Personally, I think the Che pictures are just idiotic things that wannabe rebels wear to piss off their parents and make them "unique". But hey, I got my Che Reagan from it, so I guess it all works out.

Not just america is democratic, dont forget that.

And if these people did not have the right to wear that kind of stuff (che and CCCP), it wouldnt be democracy, it would just be a mere interpretation of it.




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#64 13 years ago

I'm fine with them wearing the shirt, I am NOT fine with the money going to organizations that have an unfortunate tendency to kill civilians and take hostages.




Erich_Priebke

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#65 13 years ago

Anyone wearing one of those shirts in my home town would prob be found floating face down in a lake somewhere. And I would just laugh.:)




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#66 13 years ago
SalazaristaThis is why our Democracy is so corupt. And also why in the heck are we selling CCCP shirts and trackjackets everywhere? And wtf is up with Che shirts everywhere.....that motherf**ker started a war against America by stepping in Cuban soil and turning the country Commie with Fidel. People are so retarted these days...Stupid Che! ...............................:beer:

Because it is a DEMOCRACY, you can do what you want as long as it isn't breaking the law, tool.