[Marxism] China's high speed rail plans
lueko.willms at t-online.de
Thu Sep 3 07:41:08 MDT 2009
S. Artesian (sartesian at earthlink.net) wrote on 2009-09-02 at 10:24:47 in
about Re: [Marxism] China's high speed rail plans:
> So here we have LW's reasons to be cheerful. The Chinese nation is being
> strengthened, it is recovering from the Japanese invasion. It is throwing
> off the legacy of imperialist domination. And how is it doing this? Did
> China do these things in the period 1949-1979, when it was considered the
> beacon for world revolution? No
and so on, and so on.
After this rant of yours, I have a question: what do you think of Pol Pot and
the socalled "Khmer Rouge"? Wouldn't that suit your rrrrrrevolutionary
thoughts (if I may call it so)?
You know, I had before asked you, what a workers and farmers
government in Beijing should do in your opinion. It seems to me from your
rants that they should do certainly _not_ build up the infrastructure, and
especially no railways.
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