I still, STILL can't get my head around Strummer being dead. I think about that at least once a week - more if I hear a Clash song.
The top poster:The text on top blares that it's from the Ministry Of Public Instruction, which could mean it's from a governmental office that passes down information to its citizenry, or it could be a sort of propagandist office that instructs the people on what to think. "Las milicias de la cultura" translates literally to "The military services of the culture", meaning the armed forces/military of whatever nation this comes from, and the bottom text reads "fight against fascism/combat ignorance" in a manner that makes me think they mean to have it read bullet point style, meaning it could be two different things that the poster is expressing that the military does those two things. If it is, like another poster further down, from Spain, that would be way too ironic IMO, and not in an Alanis Morrisette way either.Gracias a dios que mis padres insistieron que estudié español cuando fue en (mi) escuela secundaria. ;)
Always loved this but only had it on vinyl before. Cheers for posting it.
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