[Marxism] Chinese President Meets Taiwanese Opposition Leader
walterlx at earthlink.net
Fri May 13 12:13:43 MDT 2005
Did anyone here think China had a revolutionary foreign
policy? I don't remember anyone on Marxmail defending
such a notion. Therefore, it seems someone is fighting
hard to break down a door which is always open. None
of what has been posted here contradicts the favorable
things which China has and is doing in addition to all of
the negative ones which China-bashers invariably cite.
If someone only looks for things to disapprove of, they
will inevitably and invariably find what they seek.
Facts are stubborn things, and regardless of the "class
nature of the Chinese state", the country plays a role
which can best be described as contradictory today.
In other words, not all bad.
Walter Lippmann, CubaNews
LOUIS PROYECT WROTE
Green Left Weekly July 14, 2004
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