"For Workers' Political Revolution to Overthrow...
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schrieb mstainsby at tao.ca (Macdonald Stainsby)
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ueber Re: "For Workers' Political Revolution to Overthrow...
MS> in 1943 and hear someone talking of the *immediate* need (while
MS> Hitlers tanks were rolling on Soviet territory!) to overthrow the
MS> bureaucracy and start anew. If anyone took that seriously, they were
MS> not fighting in the interest of socialism, but rather in the interest
MS> of a personal feud gone haywire. That is putting the personal above
MS> the political.
It would have been necessary _in_ _the_ _interest_ of winning the
war to produce a different leadership. One that is not alienating the
soviet peoples themselves by "transferrring" whole nations to Siberia
or Kazakhstan, a leadership that is not trying to emulate the
autocratic Czars and their expansionism but one reknitting with
Lenin's revolutionary legacy and spreading liberation.
That is the meaning of the political revolution.
Lueko Willms http://www.mlwerke.de
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