Monday, July 25, 2016

The European Revolt Against the Neoliberal EU

Catarina Principle, co-editor of Europe in Revolt, says a left movement against austerity must pursue the restructuring of public debt, nationalization of key sectors, and public control of the banking system, but none of this can be done within the European Union but she hesitates to call for leaving Eurozone or EU.

Democracy and Class Struggle publishes this bourgeois leftist view of Catarina Principle on the European Union to show its Leftist timidity in face of the challenge that the EU poses to our class and national rights in Europe - she illustrates the fear - an anti EU hesitancy which can prove fatal to re building of a revolutionary Left in Europe - our slogan is SMASH the EU to create the basis for national and social liberation in Europe.

Time to end the bourgeois reformist mythology around a social Europe that seduces Leftists into supporting their deadly enemy the Neo Liberal European Union.

Democracy and Class Struggle says the required transformative revolutionary strategic idea in Europe is that of People's War with a European flavour building on the Gramscian War of Position building social movements as part of the revolutionary process under the leadership of new revolutionary Maoist Parties and destroying the imperial states of UK. France and Spain by a combination of national and social liberation.

"Thoroughgoing materialists are fearless; we hope that all our fellow fighters will courageously shoulder their responsibilities and overcome all difficulties, fearing no setbacks or gibes, nor hesitating to criticize us Communists and give us their suggestions. 

"He who is not afraid of death by a thousand cuts dares to unhorse the emperor" - this is the indomitable spirit needed in our struggle to build socialism and communism"

Mao Zedong Speech at the Chinese Communist Party's National Conference on Propaganda Work (March 12, 1957

See example of newly emerging Maoist Communist Party in France in leadership of many recent protests


Red Salute to comrades of Clermont-Ferrand

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