[Marxism] I'm afraid it is not enough
e.c.apling at btinternet.com
Mon Nov 14 03:26:30 MST 2005
At 13:25 12/11/2005, Nestor wrote:
>Allow me to sum up my view in a few, short, sentences. Theses, if
>you like. I will state them quite bluntly, harshly if you want, and
>this is intentional. I would like to stir a debate with these ideas,
>and this is why I wrote them down the way they will appear:
I feel Nestor has made an excellent summing up of the priorities for
communists in any country - and very specifically in its implied
criticism of so much of debate among comrades in the imperialist
coutnries, often so ready to openly criticise actions and policies of
communists and socialists in countries other than their own.
I would make certain exemptions from that general criticism - firstly
- the right of comrades in countries in the sphere of operation of
each imperialist country to criticise comrades in the "home"
imperialism - and secondly, conversely, the duty of comrades in the
imperialist countries to be ready with support and, if they are privy
to real knowledge of that country, comradely advice to those in
countries in the sphere of operation of "their" imperialism.
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