China prepares to invade Taiwan
CharlesB at SPAMCNCL.ci.detroit.mi.us
Fri Jun 9 11:51:52 MDT 2000
>>> "Nestor Miguel Gorojovsky" <gorojovsky at inea.com.ar> 06/09/00 10:32AM >>>
En relación a Re: China prepares to invade Taiwan,
el 9 Jun 00, a las 2:49, Macdonald Stainsby dijo:
> > Was Stalinism a "policy" (how about a "transitional
> > imperfection"?) or was it the "system"? Was it
> > obligatory to defend this system (in the name of
> > socialism) just because it wasn't capitalist, or
> > because in our theoretical fantasy worlds it might,
> > given space and freedom, actually become "a workers
> > state"?
I would add: the only way to succesfully fight Stalinism was to
support the right of the Soviet Union to do their life by herself,
without intervention from the USA.
CB: Agreeing with Nestor, and adding that the German big intervention was very
This would mean, of course, to
accept the right of the Russians and other Soviet peoples to decide
by themselves what kind of a government they wanted to have. Foreign
intervention is the dark side of things in the Third World (and,
delusions nonwithstanding, now it is clear that Russia and these
peoples were Third World countries saved from havoc by October and
its deformed outcomes, Stalinism included).
Why is it, other than political pressure from the ruling classes in
the First World, that such a simple fact cannot be acknowledged up
CB: Keep teaching us , comrade.
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