[Marxism] Bonapartism [Re: Chavez was right [was: RE: Chávez and Holocaust indifference]]
nmgoro at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 09:23:41 MDT 2009
I honestly don´t understand your pposting.
But of course it was not a "FOR YOUR INFORMATION".
If you mean that I don´t want to support a popular leader of a
Bonapartist character in a semicolonial country against imperialism and
its stooges, then you are not right.
I wanted to show that social groups whose development is inchoate due t
the dictatorship they fight against may choose to support a Bonapartist
leader against that dictatorship.
And though I would rather prefer another choice, if this is the will of
the masses I will gladly accept it.
In Anciet Rome, if I had been a Roman Citizen, I would have fought for
the Popular party, while others might have offered Leftist support to
the Senate. this is all.
S. Artesian escribió:
> It had nothing to do with Suresh's prior comment about a left-wing dictator
> not being able to walk away from it all? It was just a bit of historical
> "for your information"?
> That's so much better--- or not, as the issue you do not engage is the hooey
> about the "national democratic" "vaguely social" figure "sternly"
> developing the means of production contra the predations of advanced
> capitalism-- and that that is the critical measure for judging the--- I
> don't know what-- the progressiveness? the supportability?-- of such vague
> figures on horseback.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Nestor Gorojovsky" <nmgoro at gmail.com>
> To: "David Schanoes" <sartesian at earthlink.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 10:52 AM
> Subject: Re: [Marxism] Bonapartism [Re: Chavez was right [was: RE: Chávez
> and Holocaust indifference]]
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