[Marxism] Re: Is the struggle to unify China an expression of "Great Han chauvinism" today?
Carlos A. Rivera
cerejota at optonline.net
Mon Mar 7 06:21:00 MST 2005
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From: "Fred Feldman" <ffeldman at bellatlantic.net>
> And his suggestion that China's refusal to give up the imperialist
> protectorate on Taiwan is a manifestation of "Great Han chauvinism" is
> political poison for revolutionaries in the imperialist countries.
I guess they might also claim that Irish struggle to re-unify the Counties
is a result of "Great Irish Chauvinism".
I must quote Trotsky on this:
"The British socialist who fails to support, by all possible means, the
armed uprisings of colonial peoples in India, Egypt and Ireland, deserves to
be branded with infamy, if not with a bullet."
Yeah, he doesn't mention China, but this is a principle.
The imperialist country socialist that doesn't support the continued armed
struggle on the part of the PRC to liberate Taiwan from the imperialist
protectorate deserves to be branded with infamy, if not a bullet.
That is the bottom line.
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