It is astonishing to see the modern State of (Zionist) Israel supporting the US, UK and EU generated neo-Nazi (Maidan) regime currently operating out of
New Labour (in power from 1997-2010) continued the Thatcherite dismantling of the British NHS, and introduced ‘charging’ for elderly people for the extra care needed
The list of confirmed civil aviation aeroplanes being shot-down by hostile forces, dates back to at least 1938, when the Airforce of Imperial Japan challenged
All this anti-Socialist death and destruction is exactly the political policies that Trotsky advised his followers to embrace in 1938. A question worth asking is why the Trotskyite Movement today, remains entirely ‘free’ of any criticism from the bourgeois press. The answer, of course, is that the Trotskyites support capitalism, and are not averse to fascism, or fascist atrocity.
Like virtually all of these kinds of self-proclaimed ‘one man revolutions’, Alan Watt perpetuates the Trotskyite agenda of misrepresenting and misappropriating the work of Karl Marx, in a deliberate attempt to sully the correct thining of the working class, and ultimately prevent a truly ‘Socialist’ Revolution.
Hobsbawm’s work is popular throughout the bourgeois system because it undermines the very Marxism it claims to represent, through the careful and clever presentation of many small, but important misrepresentations of Marxist philosophy and its application. The over-all effect of this policy is a movement away from a correct Marxist analysis and toward a thoroughly (and for Hobsbawm a comfortable) bourgeois interpretation. His deliberate and illogical separation of the Russian Communist Revolution from that of the Chinese Revolution is bizarre in its certainty, and smirks of Eurocentric bias bordering on the racist. Whatever Hobsbawm motivation for this flawed analysis, it is obvious that he does not adhere to the Marxist principle of ‘internationalism’.