[Marxism] South Sudan 'Independence Day'- Anybody Celebrating it just yet?
lnp3 at panix.com
Wed Jul 27 18:46:40 MDT 2011
On 7/27/11 8:32 PM, Pinchy Way wrote:
> So will any of our socialist cells began to celebrate this new
> independence/ dependence day of the new nation state? Will they
> begin to celebrate it as an affirmation of some thing they will
> inevitably call 'self determination'? What say there? Will the
> South Sudanese get phone calls of support from Kosova and East Timor,
> etc.etc. etc.? Will the new Kurdish State under initial formation
> through the Pentagon give the Dinka bosses a call and say how great
> it is that they have achieved imperialist dependence after kicking
> the asses of the Shilluk in their new achieved Homeland? Shall we
> now start supporting an international self determination support
> group for the Shilluk? Can we ever have too much 'self
> determination' out there in this cruel cruel world?
I have to wonder if this is Yoshie Furuhashi using an assumed name.
MRZine has been besides itself recently about how South Sudan is a tool
of Israel and imperialism. At least that's what you assume she is trying
to say since the references to South Sudan are articles from the Israeli
press, etc. with no attempt to analyze them. I guess we are supposed to
get agitated and start a new movement to re-unite Sudan or something.
Anyhow, for those of you interested in some historical background, I
recommend a couple of things that I have written in the past:
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