accomodates Iran,the latter will also. . .The question:not IF,but WHY the U.S.won't accomodate Iran. Re:Hemkat's piece,but ofcourse,there is nothing in it which supports imperialism!It's so amateurish in its stance & arguments,an undergraduate could have produced a better essay than those platitudes! I suspect the essay on Hamas will be similar.Shall look at it when I get the time. Sure,workers in Iran are dissatisfied,but so are they in the U.S.And what have they done?The bourgeoisification of workers was a phenomenon,noted in Marx's own time.I'm afraid historical materialism gets thinner by the day in terms of its predictive power.And the 'workers' parties' are completely out of touch with reality.My classification stands.A small group that prescribes political action based on outdated theory,from Textbooks of a previous century.That analysis itself was deeply flawed because it omitted significant areas of human life&struggle. Then the groupies & Trojan horses.
Yemen's vice president reportedly lands in Aden (Reuters)
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