[R-G] But not every Hades is worth supporting...
Gorojovsky at arnet.com.ar
Sun Oct 7 13:32:48 MDT 2001
En relación a Re: [R-G] What the Arab Press in Saying,
el 6 Oct 01, a las 18:02, Macdonald Stainsby dijo:
> If Hades were at war with American imperialism, ther victory would be
> progressive in that it weakened (militarily, politically and morally) the
> ability of said imperialism from going on further ventures
Not if Hades were an imperialist country. This is why so many "leftists" are
duped by the propaganda effort which presents relatively large and unifying
partialities in the Third World as "sub-imperialisms". Nasser was "imperialist"
when he attempted the United Arab Republic with Syria and Irak, and of course
his war in Yemen was a "colonial" war. The Serbian government was "sub-
imperialist" in trying to keep Yugoslavia stitched together. The Argentineans
were "sub-imperialists" when they tried to establish agreements with Brazil,
Bolivia or Chile during the late 40s and early 50s, and so are the Brazilians
today when they defend the Mercosur!
It is twice as important, then, to be ears up as to the actual character of the
situations at stake.
Néstor Miguel Gorojovsky
gorojovsky at arnet.com.ar
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