Re: [OPE-L] John H on capitalist and anti-capitalist conceptions of time

From: Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM
Date: Wed Mar 30 2005 - 08:17:46 EST

> 1. OK, Jerry, and perhaps John, we agree that not all rage within the
> working class has progressive impacts for workers.  Perhaps we can also
> agree that misdirected rage can have reactionary implications, perhaps
> even strong implications (e.g., attack on Frick's person).

Paul Z,

Yes,  of course.  Rage can be progressive or reactionary depending on
what the rage is directed at and what it is directed for and by what
class or social group.

I'll pass for now on your 2nd question.

> 3. If we can past that, then what mechanism is going to be suggested to
> implement the judgment?

Insofar as we are talking about communities in struggle against capital,
then I think we need to support self-determination.

> Again, it's not so simple.

It never is.  Did John suggest otherwise?

In solidarity, Jerry

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