[Marxism] Happy anniversary
lueko.willms at t-online.de
Mon Oct 23 23:56:49 MDT 2006
On Mon, 23 Oct 2006 14:19:11 EDT, Jscotlive at aol.com wrote:
> Further, Soviet intervention must be viewed
> in light of the experience of the Second World War,
> during which Hungarian troops took part in the attack and
> occupation of the SU.
Well ... do we want to speculate about innate racial or national
characters of genetically anti-russian Magyars? Pan-Slavism of sorts?
> The prospect of a hostile and most probably capitalist
> Hungary on their border was intolerable.
Well, as a result of the violent repression of the Hungarian uprising
in 1956, there now IS a "probably capitalist Hungary", and it is even
member of NATO, the imperialist military alliance, taking part in
imperialist aggression worldwide, and having served, on the very first
days of its NATO membership, as staging ground for the imperialist
aggression against neighbouring Jugoslavia. Now what? Even the Soviet
Union itself crumbled, caused among other by this violent repression of
a popular revolt in Hungary 50 years ago.
And the good thing about it: there is no more a strong material force
propped up by money and arms from the Kreml to keep us from attacking
capitalist minority rule.
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