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Back in the USSR
Regular Show
Siegfried Barazov
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I couldn’t do my show last week. In the aftermath of such an atrocity, it was too much for me to handle. Every week since the Great March of Return began in Gaza at the end of March, I’ve been naming the dead, naming the individuals shot down in cold blood by the Israeli state. If I did the show last week, I would have had to name 62 people, 62 individuals with faces, names, lives and stories to tell, and I just couldn’t do it. Instead, I went to the Guelph Poetry Slam in downtown Guelph. I got up in front of everyone and performed the following poem by an Irish Republican hunger-striker who gave his life for his people in a British jail in 1981, and I did it for Palestine just as Bobby Sands himself would have wanted me to if he was still with us now. It’s called “The Rhythm of Time”.
Bobby Sands "The Rhythm of Time", Eire Og "Sunday Bloody Sunday"
The blog post for this episode, including links to all content, can be found here:
https://proletarianguardbackintheussr.blogspot.ca/2018/05/the-rhythm-of-time.html

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