The kind of antiwar movement we need
Johannes.Schneider at gmx.net
Thu Nov 28 06:04:31 MST 2002
> On the other
> hand, I would urge those who understand the need to draw ordinary working
> people, especially trade unionists who have the power to stop the war
> through direct action such as work stoppages, etc., to continue along with
> a united front approach
Does this mean we should join Schroeders SPD, white-wash German imperialism
and forget everything Karl Liebknecht has taught us where to find our enemy.
Given the anti-working class policies of the Schroeder government, I doubt
we will win many 'ordinary working people', considering the unpopularity of
It is exactly because of his unpopularity that Schroeder has to use
oooposition to the US in a demagogic way.
PLEASE clip all extraneous text before replying to a message.
More information about the Marxism