[Marxism] Voting with feet, not commendable in Argentina Re: China'shigh speed rail plans
nmgoro at gmail.com
Sun Sep 6 15:48:02 MDT 2009
Of course we should have given them all our solidarity. But they were
certainly NOT TO THE LEFT OF Perón.
Been explaining this on the list long ago.
When and if I have time again will expand fully in the future.
2009/9/6 Tom Cod <tcod at hotmail.com>:
> Why do you say that? Clearly one can have differences with their tactics and strategy, but to say they were not a leftist group or were not to the "left" of Peron seems dubious and sectarian. Moreover, why then did the Peron regime and its successors do so much to repress and kill them? Surely you don't mean to suggest we shouldn't have solidarity with them? By that logic the Weathermen were to the right of Nixon? (BTW, there was an excellent three hour interview on C-SPAN2 last night with Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn)
>> Date: Sun, 6 Sep 2009 00:07:44 -0300
>> From: nmgoro at gmail.com
>> Subject: Re: [Marxism] Voting with feet, not commendable in Argentina Re: China'shigh speed rail plans
>> To: tcod at hotmail.com
>> Look, Kosslof, if you think the Montoneros were in any way on Perón´s
>> "left", as most standard "leftists" in Arg believe, then you are so
>> far away from Marxism that, as I guessed, it is pointless to discuss
>> any of these issues with you.
> Get back to school stuff for them and cashback for you.
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