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Re: Are Communist Parties Anti-communist?

Posted by mary on September 27, 2002 at 11:45:52:

In Reply to: Re: Are Communist Parties Anti-communist? [This message has been deleted] posted by Marguerite Saint-Preux on December 6, 1998 at 16:53:18:

: : When we examine the histories of communist parties that have actually come to power
: : we do not see much attempt to actually transfer control over the enterprise surpluses
: : to the workers who produce that surplus (or, alternatively, perform the surplus labor).
: : If communist parties do not foster communism, then why are they called communist parties?

: It boils down to Communist leaders want capitalist money. The implement communism the
: government most give the power to the people. Rich government officials will most likely
: want to stay rich, so ofcourse when their pockets are thickened it is for the good of the
: people. The proletariate will never see the true domacracy it deseves because there will
: always be an "all knowing" hierarchy (whether goovernment or bourgeoisie) to tell the
: people what is best for it.




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