I don’t agree with the rosy view of Communism held by these folks, but their discussion of the role of intelligence services in creating a faux left is interesting, along with their on-the-money discussion of intra-ruling class divisions. The main thing that is missing from their analysis is their discussion of the relationship between Communism itself and Western finance, although their discussion of the “manipulation of anti-imperialist forces” is moving in the right direction. If they keep going with this, they will be in the Antony Sutton orbit. The general analytical framework of these folks is good, but they need the Bakuninist critique of Marxism and Sutton’s critique of the relationship between Communist regimes and Western capital and technology. Predictably, some of their analysis of fascism is problematic, although their critique of present-day “anti-fascism” is on the mark. Interestingly, their dismissal of “zero-sum game” approaches to economics mirrors those of libertarians. The discussion of Margaret Sanger, Malthusianism, and “occultism” in left-wing circles sounds almost religious right.
Caleb Maupin of the Center for Political Innovation and author of “Breadtube Serves Imperialism” explains how left-sounding rhetoric and people get used to serve the current power structure. BUY AND READ THE BOOK: https://amzn.to/2TTQlkL
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