Hinrich K on his high horse

Hinrich Kuhls kls at unidui.uni-duisburg.de
Sun Oct 13 10:59:48 MDT 1996

Hugh R accused the majority of listmembers to be *WORSE than Adolfo's
ravings* because they were silent accomplices to him. Perhaps he did not
consider the implications of his accusation before posting it.

As far as I am concerned - being one of the silent semi-lurkers - Hugh R has
got an answer. The cap fits, wear it. Period.

For the content - maybe on an other list.

>>At 11:44 13.10.96 +0100, m-14970 at mailbox.swipnet.se (Hugh Rodwell) wrote:
>>>Worse than Adolfo's ravings, however, is the silent complicity of too many
>>>subscribers on the list. Not to mention the open support he gets from some
>>>quarters that claim to have a serious relationship to Marxism and the
>>>scientific study of society in its economic and historical development.
>>On principle I do not communicate with any person who nowadays calls a
>>single person or whole parts of socialist or democratic parties/movements
>>I assume that lurkers and semi-lurkers of this list largely share this view.
>>Hence, in this case the problem is not what here is called *the silent
>>complicity*, the problem is the continuing eloquent scramble of those
>>listmembers who - due to their social circumstances - can afford the time
>>doing so.
>>Hinrich Kuhls
>With a contemptuous flick of his finger, Hinrich K dismisses the whole
>recent discussion about what's really going on in Peru.
>The really brilliant bit about his argument is the implication that just
>posting at all -- regardless of content -- is spitting in the face of the
>working class.
>Who the cap fits ...

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