I'm glad that China's economy is growing so strongly, and enjoy Cuba's role in the world (was: [Marxism] Moderator's note)
lueko.willms at t-online.de
Sun Nov 19 02:18:59 MST 2006
On Sat, 18 Nov 2006 18:43:16 -0500, Louis Proyect wrote:
> You have to give this stuff a rest. Unless you can stop proselytizing
> Marxmail with this same-old, same-old, you will soon join Yoshie.
i.e. be unsubbed from the list which Louis owns.
Well, what was Walter doing so offending? He sent a link to an article
in The Militant, certainly one of Louis' arch enemies, about a book
presentation in Santiago de Cuba, and introduced this with quotes from
two Cuban leaders. A total of 38 lines, including blank lines, and
including text appended automatically by the list's mailman.
Instead Walter should stick his nose into domestic affairs and not
venture into world politics.
Maybe he should also start writing movie reviews as Louis does?
Movies are not such a touchy subject as world politics, and socialist
revolutions, or the growth of China, the country of about one fifth of
humanity, which is preparing to take its place in the world, where one
fifth of world production and world consumption should happen in China.
I want to participate in a list where proletarian revolutionists from
the world over can exchange views and news concerning the world wide
class struggle, and do this without the fear of reprisals.
While I know that there are no proper US-domestic issues, since the
US as the last and most powerful empire haunting the humanity makes its
own domestic affairs world affairs, I would not want to be limited to a
look on those "US domestic" affairs as one concerning the US people
only, but to look at them as world affairs, from a world perspective.
And I would even less want a list which is restricted to movie
I should look for an english translation of the November 16
declaration of the Cuban National Bank, which carries among others the
interesting information that China is holding a larger USD reserve than
the US itself?
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