Re: [OPE] FWD: Starving in Europe in 1947

From: paul bullock <>
Date: Tue Oct 05 2010 - 18:16:03 EDT

The workers ask that of themselves whenever they go on any form of
solidarity action, including strikes where they may lose their jobs, and
always lose income.
What the imperialists ask in their policy formulations can't be of the same
order, or with the same content, or be the same sort of consciousness.

Paul B.

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Subject: Re: [OPE] FWD: Starving in Europe in 1947

Yes, and when do we ever ask U.S. workers for that consciousness? I found
it refreshing that it had ever happened. I don't understand why Paul B.
didn't understand the point.

Paul Z.

--On 10/5/2010 5:04 PM +0100 Paul Cockshott wrote:

> He was not appealing for US workers to contribute money, but to eat less.

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