Stalin and the Comintern

Jim Jaszewski jjazz at freenet.hamilton.on.ca
Tue Sep 12 23:09:52 MDT 1995


On Tue, 12 Sep 1995, Zodiac wrote:

> And so the CPC, with Comintern encouragement, actually rallied behind
> the ruling capitalist government (the Liberal party, under Prime
> Minister W.L.M. King) to "bring it home".
>=20
> (Even more embarrassingly, the CPC proclaimed the 1926 re-election of
> King a "stunning blow to the interests of British imperialists." I
> suppose you'd have to have read Canadian history to appreciate the
> humor.)

=09For those of our comrades who don't know Canadian history that
well, Mackenzie-King, besides being a Rockefeller stooge, was found out
(after his death, of course) to've asked his _DOG_ for advice regularly
(did I get this right? [like I really care]), and often had conversations
with his dead mother regarding government policy..!  He even created
(bought?) some phony `ruins' in which he could wander alone and get the
`right vibes' for his spiritual peregrinations...  A real closet looney...


> In 1925, at the 5th Plenum of the Executive Committee of the Communist
> International [ECCI], the Canadian delegate was the _only_ delegate to
> not vote for the censorious anti-Trotsky campaign.=20
[...]
> By nurturing this internal conflict, the party split. Spector was
> expelled from the party and it even made headlines in the mainstream
> press.

=09After this `cleansing', the infamous Tim Buck became leader, and
was in fact Khrushchev's POINT MAN in the split between the Chinese and
Soviet parties (being the first one out of the gate in attacking Mao...)




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