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12086Re: DSP prettifies the feudal monarchy of North Korea

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  • nobbytob
    Dec 26, 2004
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      --- In GreenLeft_discussion@yahoogroups.com, "bobgould987"
      <bobgould987@y...> wrote:

      > One very crude apparent DSP supporter on Sydney Indymedia seems
      > says I spend my life attacking the socialist movement, which to
      > him is clearly the DSP and it alone, and this is proved by the
      > fact that I hold a Labor Party ticket. He concludes with a vintage
      > piece of old-style Stalinism: "By advocating the destruction of
      > the DPRK state, Gould is essentially advocating that the DPRK
      > adopts capitalism (and its associated by-products including war,
      > greed, exploitation, environmental destruction and more)."
      >
      > This crude Stalinist is so intoxicated with the regime in
      > North Korea that he can't even imagine the masses overthrowing
      > it without a return to capitalism.


      And now, Bob, could you explain, why that "worker", who
      gives as "his/her" webpage the link http://www.kcna.co.jp/
      should be an apparent DSP supporter?

      I checked Sydney Indymedia and leave it to the reader to judge
      his/her quote:

      "
      Hands Off the DPRK!
      by worker 11:48pm Thu Dec 23 '04 comment#49792
      http://www.kcna.co.jp/

      Bob Gould is a tragic. For the past 25-500 years he has spent huge
      amounts of his own time trying to discredit the socialist movement.

      Whilst Bob claims to oppose the crimes of capitalism, he of course is
      a card carrying member of the Labor Party - an organisation that
      falls over itself to defend capitalism at every turn.

      Bob Gould has never been to North Korea.

      Iggy Kim on the other hand is Korean by nationality and has every
      right to speak out on issues concerning Korea.

      By advocating the destruction of the DPRK state, Gould is essentially
      advocating the DPRK adopts capitalism (and its associated by-products
      including war, greed, exploitation, environmental destruction and
      more).
      "
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