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                                           Support Internationalist Voice!

 

                                                   Internationalist Voice

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A fundamental pillar of revolutionary work is to systematically intervene and provide a perspective for the development of the struggle of the working class. The existence of a revolutionary tendency, though very weak, is a manifestation of the antagonism between the social classes and is a barometer of the class struggle.

A revolutionary tendency is only supported against the enormous resources of the bourgeoisie propaganda machine by those who are against the capitalist society, exploitation, wage slavery etc. Internationalist Voice is truly internationalist without any illusions about nationalism, democracy, and the left of capital, and defends the Left Communist tradition. Internationalist Voice is fighting for the Communist Revolution and needs your support in its struggle, in its defense of proletarian values and principles. Support Internationalist Voice.

Communist Revolution or the destruction of humanity!

 

Fred
Why should we particularly

Why should we particularly support Internationalist Voice? The ICC is also asking for support, and so does the ICT. It's difficult to disagree with anything in the somewhat "thin" statement given above, and we are left wondering what the actual, real, genuine differences are between the the ICC and Inter.Voice, or between the latter and the ICT. In fact why don't the three organizations "support" each other? And if, in political terms, they already do, then why don't they join together? (A very naive question, I suppose!). So let's pose the question another way. What exactly is it that keeps the tiny (we know size doesn't matter in this case) but fragmented ( this could matter more) organizations of left communism in their separate compartments, jealously ogling each other from afar? (If they're not "jealously ogling", then what is it they do instead?) Is it the question of what underpins the crisis of capitalism? The "rate of profit" versus "saturated markets" issue? But the ICC doesn't even agree among itself about this, but still manages to cohere, so there must be something else? Maybe it's about "centralism" versus "federalism"? Or maybe there isn't really an issue at all, other than very bruised feelings left over from disputes last century. I don't now. But I do care. And then of course there's Klasbatalo. (Dont talk about that! ) Which brings us back to Internationalist Voice and their call for support.
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Support Internationalist Voice!

A fundamental pillar of revolutionary work is to systematically intervene and provide a perspective for the development of the struggle of the working class. The existence of a revolutionary tendency, though very weak, is a manifestation of the antagonism between the social classes and is a barometer of the class struggle.

A revolutionary tendency is only supported against the enormous resources of the bourgeoisie propaganda machine by those who are against the capitalist society, exploitation, wage slavery etc. Internationalist Voice is truly internationalist without any illusions about nationalism, democracy, and the left of capital, and defends the Left Communist tradition. Internationalist Voice is fighting for the Communist Revolution and needs your support in its struggle, in its defense of proletarian values and principles. Support Internationalist Voice.

Internationalist Voice

29 April 2012

Amir1
What does the

What does the internationalist voice mean by support? Apart from that, the internationalist voice needs to debate with other internationalist currents in order to clarify its internationalist political positions. Why has this debate not taken place so far by the? ICC