Erik Carlos Torén
ectoren at hiline.net
Wed Nov 12 11:14:19 MST 2003
On 12 Nov 2003 at 11:36, Tony Abdo wrote:
>[...]The liberal Demos tail end the
> moderates (who are said to be popular), who are in turn tail ending
> the Republicans (who run the show). Then along come the
> electorialist element of the Greens (not to appear too extreme, and
> better to win elections), who tail end the liberal Democrats. Then
> comes the 'Left' Greens who have to tail end the electorialist Greens,
> to be realistic and to be where the people are at. [...] So along come the 'socialists' who tail end the 'Left' Greens to be
> where the activists are at. [..]
A LA VIBORA, VIBORA DE LA MAR, DE LA MAR
POR AQUI PUEDEN PASAR.
LOS DE ADELANTE CORREN MUCHO Y LOS DE ATRAS SE QUEDARAN.
TRAS, TRAS, TRAS.
> Funny that building the 'Labor Party' has now morphed into building
> the 'Green Party".
Ah! Fond memories of the 90's. Just as RUN DMC reminds me of the 80's. Nirvana of
the 90's. Talking about the Labor Party Advocates reminds me of the 90's socialist
organizing. I have somewhere in my files two organizing pamphlets for the LP to
approach your local union.
There were socialist organizations already talking of the Second Coming of Eugene V.
Hark! Debs! Hark! Over Yonder!
But, what happened?
The LP union honchos were always waiting for the right time. "Sorry, not now. The
Workers will have to wait." And the socialist organizations inside it had given up on
"entryism" even before anyone could be expelled. So, better to practice "entryism" in the
greener fields of the Greens. But, no matter if it is LP or GP, organizing takes work
....and ..time. and there is no short cut to the revolution.
BTW, where is the LP at?
por el socialismo,
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