[Marxism] Religious Sectarianism and Killings in Syria and Turkey
tomcod3 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 5 18:00:09 MDT 2012
Surely you jest, like we have something to fear from anyone in Syria
(or you?). If you think this is such a world historical battle and
such a moral imperative, like Spain in the 1930s, go ahead and gear
yourself up and head over there to a small country ten thousand miles
to join the struggle against some tin pot dictator, but leave the
American people out of it. What a bunch of tough guys trying to whip
up war hysteria! Stick with that and you'll be going down the same
road as Lyndon LaRouche before too long. It's the whole mentality of
liberalism that has led us on how many misguided imperialist crusades.
On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 2:53 PM, Manuel Barrera <mtomas3 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> " What do you think is the nature of a revolutionary process that excludes huge segments of the people but includes sectarian-motivated foreigners?"
> I would say the revolutionary process is uneven with many class and political interests intersecting with each other. The question is (a) whether there is a revolutionary process going on and b) whether we should support it?
> I do. It seems you are coming up with excuses not to. Smells like fear to me.
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