US IMPERIALISM SEEKS TO EXPAND ITS FASCIST DICTORSHIP AND FRONT

Kevin Cabral kcabral at freenet.columbus.oh.us
Fri Jun 28 09:59:03 MDT 1996


On Fri, 28 Jun 1996, hariette spierings wrote:

> US IMPERIALISM SEEKS TO EXPAND ITS FASCIST DICTORSHIP WHILE THE PROLETARIAT
> ADVANCES THE RECONSTITUTION OF ITS UNITED FRONT

> This undeniable fact of today's world political life underlines particularly
> the need of the proletariat to organise its widest possible United Front in
> defence of the BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MARXISM, the proletarian leadership in
> the world revolution, socialism and communism.  The opposite classes basic

> This does not mean that in the countries of the Nordic imperialist world
> similar developments are not taking place.  The example of comrade Godenas
> in the USA, who is a member of the CPUSA's proletarian left too, is also
> part of this trend that growing numbers of influential leaders of parties
> associated to the tradition of the III international are starting to
> manifesr.  Of course, there is a difference in size and strenght between the
> CPUSA and the class conscious proletariat movement in relation to the
> communist organisations and movement in Italy, and I am sure comrade Godenas
> is perfectly aware of this.

	Is the CPUSA now part of the PCP's WMC? Yes there is a major
difference, the CPUSA has maybe 20,000 members (their figures) in a
country of 250 million. I'm surprised you're interested in working closely
with the CPUSA now, they do support Clinton this year for the elections
and have dedicated an obnoxious amount of space in their paper to making
that clear. Go the the following webpage and read some of their articles:

http://www.hartford-hwp.com/cp-usa/

> In countries like the USA, there is also a greater influence of Trotskysm,
> social democracy and other more old style pork barrel bourgeois politics.

	The largest Trotskyist party in the United States probably has
less than a thousand members. And the first social democratic party in
recent United States history with a large base of support, the Labor
Party, was just started last month. What are you talking about? Where do
you get the idea that Trotskyism is a great influence in the United
States?

> While in Italy, and in general in Europe, and particularly in the southern
> part of the continent, conditions for the work of the World Mobilisation
> Commission are bound to develop at a faster rate initially, in America one
> must expect a more difficult beginning and a greater degree of opposition
> within the "bourgeois left" of all denominations, principally all sorts of
> bogus Maoists, but also all the other bourgeois schools of "marxism", as
> well as all similar sects of mountebanks and trafficker loudmouthed
> braggarts and finks working shamelessly for the ruling classes.

-
Kevin
Cols, Oh





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