[Marxism] Marxism Digest, Vol 46, Issue 56

Carl Webb carlwebb at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 12:55:41 MDT 2007


The article states "When Cuba entered the Soviet camp Soviet advisers
forced the government to arrest and imprison the Cuban Trotskyists,
and in jail they created branches to support Castro and the Cuban
Revolution. This history demonstrates that Trotskyism is the genuine
tradition of working class struggle that the Cuban Communist Party of
Julio Antonio Mella was set up to defend, and did defend before the
influence of Stalinism ruined the CP."

So since the influence of Stalinism ruined the Cuban Communist Party
would not the very same influence likewise affect the Castro regime?
Or are you implying the Fidel was a follower of Leon Trotsky?  And
this is inspite of the fact, as the article points out, that Cuban
Trotskyists were suppressed by Castro?  What did Che say about this
suppression.


Carl Webb

On 8/24/07, marxism-request at lists.econ.utah.edu
> Message: 20
> Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 09:35:35 +0100
> From: "Jorge Martin" <jorge at marxist.com>
> Subject: Re: [Marxism] Caracas discusses Leon Trotsky
>
> and here is a report of the actual meeting:
>
> http://www.marxist.com/trotsky-official-meeting-caracas.htm
>
> Official meeting in Caracas commemorates Trotsky's anniversary
> By Tom Rollings
> Wednesday, 22 August 2007
> The commemoration meeting in memory of Leon Trotsky was an outstanding
> success. 300 people gathered in the Jose Felix Rivas hall of the Teresa
> Carre?o Theatre in Caracas to hear the first ever public event organised by
> a government ministry on the life of Leon Trotsky. Amongst the speakers were
> Trotsky's grandson Esteban Volkov, Cuban communist Celia Hart, Cuban veteran
> Trotskyist Ydalberto Ferrera and Peruvian Trotskyist Ricardo Napur?.
>
> comradely
>
> Jorge




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