[Marxism] Ideologies of Corporate China
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Fri Mar 17 14:16:46 MST 2006
Alive n Kicking Ideologies of Corporate China
Blogged by Saswat Pattanayak, within: My Undefined Track , Political , News
The lesson that China provides is simple, yet very revealing. True that the
old guards of the left haven't had a say in decades, during which periods,
puppets of free markets, like Jiang Zemin have only created a "privatized"
communist party by allowing business houses to have a say in the country's
governance. It's also true that the current president Hu Jintao has proved
no better with his pro-market initiatives whereby China allows FDIs worth
billions in its continued commitment to the World Trade Organization, the
single biggest global testament of capitalism.
Alongside, Wen Jiabao, who can be called the Manmohan Singh of China, in
that both the prime minister are famous for their constant adoration of a
brand of liberalization that promotes national growth only to increase
rich-poor divide, has also kept the official policies of China in line with
free market than socialist economy.
Clearly it signals two things: after its official differences with the
erstwhile Soviet Union following Khrushchev's denunciation of Stalin in
early 60's and of the Soviet-Chinese border clash in the mid-60's
(following Czech crisis), the US of A has grown to be a bigger player in
determining Chinese future courses. It became apparent also recently with
the unfolding of Nixon archives , where it was found that the US was
clearly subverting the subcontinent region by playing China and Pakistan
against India in Indira Gandhi's pro-Soviet decision to liberate
Bangladesh. If not in relative types, in certain degrees more or less, the
bipolar world (highly ideology driven, and entirely governed by
conspirators who were no mythical then as active they are today) has
continued to exist.
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