"For Workers' Political Revolution to Overthrow...
mstainsby at SPAMtao.ca
Mon Oct 2 20:59:34 MDT 2000
> It would have been necessary _in_ _the_ _interest_ of winning the
> war to produce a different leadership.
History proved otherwise. I understand the principle of political
revolution. I don't believe, however, that such a disturbance *in the middle
of the war* would have been in the interest of the USSR or it's peoples,
despite the crime of transporting whole nations which you correctly assert.
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.
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