[Marxism] Elections in Brazil: What's at stake in the runoff
walterlx at earthlink.net
Wed Oct 18 15:11:02 MDT 2006
It's important and useful to read the imperialist press, but one ought
to use it to obtain facts and figures and to learn what the other side is
saying, and how they're spinning a situation. Mary Anastasia O'Grady
and the editorial writers at the WALL STREET JOURNAL and the NYT
have facts and argments we can learn things from
But the imperialist press shouldn't be used for political guidance. Just
because the imperialist media say there's no difference, that doesn't
mean there is none. Instead of the imperialist press, try instead to
consider what Cubans is trying to explain to those who will listen:
Eduardo Dimas on Brazil's elections: What's at stake in the runoff?
Then decide: which side are you on?
LOUIS PROYECT wrote:
I don't know much about what the Brazilian left has been saying, but the
imperialist press has been notably indifferent to the outcome in Brazil.
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