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But don't you think that dialectics is useless? How am I going to give a historical materialist analysis without dialectics?

 

No I dont expect you to give me an analysis as you are clearly very limited in your understanding of Marxist theory. Perhaps from someone more well informed. Someone who even spent a few days or months researching in the countries in question, rather than from the platform of a screen on the otherside of the world with youtube propaganda videos as source material.

 

But I take it then that you cannot provide the marxist historical materialist analysis I asked for.

 

Red flags and pseudo-Marxist waffle dont cut it for scientific socialists im afraid.

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There is certainly an amusement value in Anarchists pontificating to Marxists on the interpretation of Marxism.  Personally, I prefer the interpretation of Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Kim Il Sung, Ho Chi Minh, Castro and Guevara, and the millions of others who brought really existing Socialist states into being.  You might say their interpretation was imperfect, but it got the job done.

 

As for the historical materialist analysis you ask for, I believe this essay is very useful.  It shows how Socialist planning has allowed the Peoples Republic of China to overcome the technological disadvantage all Third World countries were\are put at due to imperialism.  I'm sure you will agree that without overcoming this disadvantage, countries cannot advance towards Communism.

 

http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/41660/1/WP158.pdf

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There is certainly an amusement value in Anarchists pontificating to Marxists on the interpretation of Marxism.

 

I have been a Marxist for a longer time than you have, and my politics have been completely consistent over that period, and continue to be. Not least because I have a grasp of the key concepts of the Marxist paradigm, unlike you. And I can show you forum posts from at least 2005 to demonstrate that if you want. I wonder what similar would throw up for you?

 

 

 

Personally, I prefer the interpretation of Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Kim Il Sung, Ho Chi Minh, Castro and Guevara,

 

I can see that. Id say they reflect your own desire for power. Because the proles are just all gullible sheep who need the hand of a guiding despot, right.

 

 

 

As for the historical materialist analysis you ask for, I believe this essay is very useful.  It shows how Socialist planning has allowed the Peoples Republic of China to overcome the technological disadvantage all Third World countries were\are put at due to imperialism.  I'm sure you will agree that without overcoming this disadvantage, countries cannot advance towards Communism.

 

No its not useful at all. Thats not a historical materialist analysis, let alone a class analysis. Class is barely mentioned in the thing.

 

Is that the best you can do?

 

Of course it is. Because, as I say, a Marxist analysis dosnt exist which "confirms" any of these capitalist tyrannies you cheerlead to be socialist. Dont bother looking further, because I know from experience they dont exist.

 

You fell for the wolf in sheeps clothing hook, line and sinker. Sheep coats painted red.

 

Your a Blanquist, not a Marxist. Admit it. But that would be difficult for you because you know very little about Marxism to make that judgement. Masquerading as a Marxist gives some credibility to your otherwise contemptable form of politics.

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Of course it is. Because, as I say, a Marxist analysis dosnt exist which "confirms" any of these capitalist tyrannies you cheerlead to be socialist. Dont bother looking further, because I know from experience they dont exist.

 

 

I doubt that its the function of Marxist analysis to confirm anything.  That is really more a task for those who "know" what religious texts mean.

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