[Marxism] Hmmm…yeah…about that national - real life politics - front
sartesian at earthlink.net
Tue Sep 29 10:05:47 MDT 2009
1) Argentina if it is not "in the lap" of the imperialists, is certainly
within the network of international capital, certainly enmeshed in the
demands, the cycles, contractions of the world market.
Recent example: The Kirchner govt. has just reached a settlement of the
remaining defaulted debt of about 20 billions dollars with the holdout
bondowners. The deal involves the Kirchner govt exchanging the bonds along
the terms of the 2005 deal, for about 33 cents on the dollar.
Obviously, this deal is being undertaken so that Argentina can again access
the international credit markets controlled, of course, by the
anti-national, imperial US/EU banks.
2) If the Kirchner government falls, and it WILL fall, it will again be
because of historical necessity, in that it could not contain the workers
struggle, that it, that government was not Bonapartist enough-- that while
it could debilitate, isolate, weaken the class struggle, it could not itself
pre-empt the possibility of revolution with a counterrevolution.
3) As the government of Isabel Peron did, such "national democratic"
governments are quite capable however of unleashing the police/military in
enough force to create the terms for their own overthrow.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nestor Gorojovsky" <nmgoro at gmail.com>
To: "David Schanoes" <sartesian at earthlink.net>
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 11:45 AM
Subject: Re: [Marxism] Hmmm…yeah…about that national - real life politics -
Yes, though this is not ME in all my glory. It is the antinational
front, all right and left together, against the current Argentinean
(yes, "bourgeois") government. This is what is acting in all its glory.
If these actions prosper, S. Artesian, you will see how Argentina will
fall down in the lap of the imperialists.
I guess they won´t prosper.
But this is what they aim at.
Believe it or not.
More information about the Marxism