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Wednesday, 1 April 2009

A meeting with Alan Woods and Dr Lal Khan: Tahir Sarwar Mir

Left: Alan Woods with Hugo Chavez - Right: Alan Woods with Lal Khan and Jam Saqi


kaloo said...

nice blog.

Shaheryar Ali said...

The only hope i have in Pakistan, is due to Lal Khan and the Marxist tendency within PPP. They are the only left, left in Pakistan.
Tahir Sarwar Mir has followed the Persian tradition of "Berha bhi dete hein kuch zaib e dastan ke liye---". Alan Wood no doubt an un matched Marxist philosopher and ideologue of our times but he has not given any expiry date for "capitalism". Because there is no such date. Capitalism , no doubt has become "historically primitive" but as Marx , Lenin and later Trotsky , Ted Grant as well as Alan Woods have explained, it never "self expires". Capitalism has to be "killed" , it never dies it self, it will never die it self. it will create wars, barbarism, terrorism kill millions but give itself life. There is "no final crisis" of capitalism. This is non sense which led to disaster in the Past. Alan Woods himself wrote many times , time has come for workers to kill this cancer. It will not expire-----

Shaheryar Ali said...

Solidarity with Pakistani revolutionaries

Hum mehnat kash iss dunia se jub apna hissa mange ge
Ik khet nahi , ik desh nahi hum sari duniya mange ge

Down with Imperialism and its wars
Down with Islamic fundamentalism and its degenerated left supporters
Long live revolutionary workers and pesetas of Pakistan
Long Live international solidarity of oppressed masses

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