The Necessity of global revolutionary praxis and theory - Communist
- collapse of Capitalism - emancipatory 'exvolution'
(Parts 5 & 6)
By Franz J. T. Lee
by inter-relating the 'best' that bourgeois, revolutionary capitalism
has produced - British national economy, German objectivist idealism
and French political practice - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels created
the 'Manifesto of the Communist Party' (1848) as global praxis and
theory of proletarian socialist emancipation. It will only become
obsolete when capitalism itself has vanished into galactic oblivion.
The opposite of violence is not peace, on the contrary, peace
complements violence; dialectically, they form two sides of the very
same global class struggle, of the labor process, of history.
When capitalist exploitation of nature and workers is 'peaceful', when
nobody is on strike, when the wage slaves have swallowed bourgeois
ideology, bait, hook, sinker and shark, when they are docile,
submissive and religious, when the process of production, distribution,
consumption, profit-maximization and of world power has no limits, when
all goes well in the closed system, in the systemic jail, , this is
peace, democracy, development, progress, globalization.
However, when capitalism is in severe crisis, is collapsing into mortal
economic recession, like now, then the State becomes more bellicose
than ever, it then reduces the historic economic gains of workers'
struggles to nothing, it murders radicals, Palestinians, Arabs,
'Blacks', gypsies and Marxists, uses its terrorist prerogative, its
genocidal monopoly of violence, ... then we see the real grimace of
'democracy', of imperialism; yes, this is real world
fascism, true terrorism, the murderous essence of capitalism.
Human emancipation is neither violence nor peace, it transcends both,
towards creativity and creation. ... but,
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PARTS 7 & 8
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