[Marxism] China Influence Grows With Car Sales

Lüko Willms lueko.willms at t-online.de
Wed Apr 22 08:38:24 MDT 2009


On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 09:06:33 -0400 S. Artesian wrote:
> 
> 
> Certainly the "advances of 'Third World' countries" involve a bit of the old 
> class struggle to merit the label "advance," don't they? So China's 
> promotion of capitalism is a form of class struggle?  Like Brazil's?   This 
> is nothing but the old baloney about the promotion of a national capitalism 
> in a "Third World" country somehow representing a threat to capitalism as a 
> whole.
> 
> Never happened.  Never happens.  Never happen.

  Here you go again: imperialism is invincible. Imperialism is invincible. 
Imperialism is invincible. 
 
  That is your one single credo. 

  Now listen: China _did_ make a socialist revolution (although a distorted one 
by a petty bourgeois leadership). But the socialist revolution did not can 
cannot by itself solve the problem of lagging far, far behind the most 
industrialised countries. China's socialist revolution gave it additional means 
to advance, and they use it big. You don't see any other country of the "Third 
World" which does so much investments in infrastructure (you should have 
noted the railways, man!). 

  And every other country which makes a socialist revolution is basically in 
the same position vis à vis imperialism as before, just with more internal 
homogeneity. 

   And you tell the workers of the world over and over and over again that 
imperialism is invincible, which also means that capitalism is invincible. 

   Or should we understand your rants that you favor a Pol-Pot-type 
dictatorship trying to break out of the context of humanity in order to build 
"socialism" in a prison? 


Comradely yours,  
Lüko Willms
Frankfurt, Germany
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