In this photo, I tried to pretend like I was taking the pictures of the two grandmasters sitting in front of Bibuld. Actually, I was taking a picture of Bibuld. I did not want him to know that, since I knew he would never agree to let me take his picture.
Bibuld is known for his extreme radical causes. He is as big proponent of Black rights and married two black women to prove it. He is not merely a member of a Communist front organization. He IS a Communist organization.
Bibuld is best known in the world of chess for his successful campaigns to have the Union of South Africa expelled from the World Chess Federation (FIDE) and to have grandmasters Quinteros and Robatch banned and blacklisted from chess.
Bibuld likes to do battle with me online. He is a worthy opponent, and the perfect person to have an online debate with, because I always win these debates in the minds of the readers, and he does not seem to realize that. He keeps calling me a racist, a strange statement because I am the most unracist person there is. Not only am I not a racist but I do not even believe that there is such a thing as race. I teach this to my children. I believe that everybody alive today is a relative of each other within the last 100,000 years.
Here is one of my online exchanges with Bibuld.
On 05 Feb 2001 22:31:35 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (Jerome Bibuld) wrote:
>I close my post with "Fraternally", because I feel that way about the group, >not about all individuals in the group.
Brother Bibuld signs his posts "Fraternally" because he used to be a member of an International Brotherhood, the IWW or International Workers of the World, a Communist front organization.
Even though the IWW no longer exists, Jerry Bibuld has retained the habit of signing his letters "Fraternally".
From: Chessphoto (email@example.com) Subject: Re: Skipping the IM title Newsgroups: rec.games.chess.politics Date: 2001-02-07 20:45:25 PST
Correcting Sloan and little Todd is not as important to me as trying to make sure that the young and innocent are not corrupted by lies in the guise of history: " IWW" was the common abbreviation for Industrial Worker of the World. Incidentally, I was not a member, although I think the organization was a fine one.
>Brother Bibuld signs his posts "Fraternally" because he used to be a >member of an International Brotherhood, the IWW or International >Workers of the World
gens una sumus
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