[Marxism] Alexander Cockburn responds on Lind/Bleivik
tomcod3 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 3 17:00:57 MDT 2011
Yeah, I became more disappointed with Lind as a supposed non-neocon
when I ran into a book he wrote about ten years ago apologizing for
the Vietnam War on, you guessed it, "Cold War" bases which he claims
the ossified pundits of the Left and the Right just didn't get. Say
what? talk about ossified! Not a "new" or "revisionist" theory at
all, but rather the same warmed over Kennedy-Johnson liberalism that
Halberstam and Sheehan rightly trashed in "The Best and the Brightest"
and "Bright Shining Lie", that these guys just didn't get the idea
that there was an anti-colonial struggle going on there independent of
global superpower politics that was the main aspect of it.
On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 2:22 PM, Louis Proyect <lnp3 at panix.com> wrote:
> * * * *
> Unfortunately, Alexander does not engage with what I wrote. I specifically
> said that Lind’s articles were not objectionable except one. I guess he
> still stands pat on this one unfortunately:
> 4GW theory warns that we now face a world of cultures in conflict,
> that we must defend Western culture and that many, perhaps most, other
> cultures are threats, especially when they flood Western countries with
> immigrants. Cultural Marxism welcomes immigrants who will not acculturate
> precisely because they are threats to Western culture.
> Rather sad, really.
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