The capitalist West takes a dim view of Socialism no matter where (or when) it develops. This is because those who own and control the
A (man and) woman who rejects Marxist-Leninism as the ideological basis for Feminist ideology is a ‘class enemy’ in the service of the Bourgeois State,
Marx rejected the mechanistic view because it suggested nothing could be changed, and he rejected metaphysical view because he recognised the existence and purpose of a human consciousness – even if it is generated from the brain and conditioned by outer circumstances and events.
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.
Every utility and business in China is ‘nationalised’ and owned by the Communist Chinese State. In other words, the Communist Party of China (CPC) – as the organised representative of the working class – having ceased full control of the means of production in 1949, now administers the entire business and service economy to benefit the people.