From Leila Khaled’s autobiography “My People Shall Live” (Hodder & Stroughton, 1973)
But the majority were inclined towards guerrilla theatre as a means of “making revolution”. They performed a little for us.
As they were departing I was rather struck by a French anarchist student who proclaimed “Let chaos reign” and by a German who echoed the same sentiment. I exclaimed that the Palestinian people were an example of a society in chaos without authority and leadership, which as a result, was left at the mercy of the Zionist oppressor. I asked them what could they prescribe for us in order to overcome our kind of “alienation” -beards, long hair, and toy guns? They merely paused, they smiled, they reflected, they inhaled and passed their joints on in universal wonder.
And though it will probably cost me dearly, I can’t not embed this…