From: Rakesh Bhandari (bhandari@BERKELEY.EDU)
Date: Wed Sep 22 2004 - 20:34:00 EDT
For this seminar week I don't think we're supposed to be talking about things other than commodities in Hilbert space, not even commodities in Riemann folds. So very quickly... At 10:32 AM +0100 9/21/04, Paul Bullock wrote: >Rakesh, > >the Economist Mag has slipped up a bit on Venezuela ...on Sept 1 it >states the PDVSA > >'has been weakened by a power struggle in 2002-03 between its >managers and the president'.. > >..this is typical of the English bourgeoisie......happily, or >sometimes with a certain hypocritical 'regretfulness', admitting >the truth of the past, only to concentrate on concealing or lying >about the present. > >Of course those who insist it was a popular anti government 'strike' I never did. >...have to feel let down by such admissions... I don't. >but ...thats the problem with happily quoting the millionaires >editorials so uncritically. I don't think I did. I did send an analysis by James Petras to which Michael L replied by pointing to Petras' criticisms of Cuba's recent economic policies. ? I don't think you had anything to say about it. ? > > >Cheers > >Paul Bullock.
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