Re: True Unity Must Be Cultivated by The African R
Posted By: Oshun Auset In Response To: Re: True Unity Must Be Cultivated by The African R (rasi)
Date: Thursday, 14 June 2007, at 7:39 p.m.
In Response To: Re: True Unity Must Be Cultivated by The African R (rasi)
I'm anti authoritarian... State socialism is authoritarian by structure. Anarcho-syndicalism is THE form of socialism I support(like Sabbah). Not the Eurocentric and imbalanced/authoritarian versions of socialism that usually derive from Marxist/Lennonism. Sabbah explained the way anarcho-syndicalism functions nicely... It is highly diffferent from what Mengistu implemented. He may have called it 'African socialism', of which he borrowed the term from Julius Nyerere, but it was distinctly Marxist(and therfore authoritarian). Democratic centralism also leads to authoritarianism.
"What do you think of the African Socialism that was heralded by Haile Mariam Mengistu?"
Did you even read the links I posted, that you had reasoned on before? Like I said earlier, your objections were already dealt with...so was this question... I don't mind repeating myself, but not to the same person about the same subject...
I have a question...What is it you 'like' about capitalism? WHat is it that is 'good' about it for the masses of humanity?
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