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I will continue to post the main-point-extracts from the draft article (Imperialism- In Ukraine specific) …

I will continue to post the main-point-extracts from the draft article (Imperialism- In Ukraine specific) which I started to work on long before the Russian invasion. With the ongoing Russian invasion attempt, and due to the dominant abstract, sloganized, “prescribed” approaches for the assessments, the extent of article will be larger to get the point across. The most important and crucial point is that almost all assessments disregard the fundamental principle of Marxism Leninism; every assessment and stand should have the interests of laboring masses and of their struggle in mind, should derive from those interests. Everything else, all the memorized slogans are Secondary and dialectically connected to that. Most assessments and stands I read are based on abstract slogans and a general stand against imperialism. None has done a study to determine what the key issues in Ukraine particular and in world general. It is a habit of “left child disease” either isolating the issues in the particular from the general or isolating the general from the given particular. That is why none of them can see -even don’t strive to see- and offer a solution other than throwing memorized abstract slogans. These (were and still) are the main issues in Ukraine particular: 1- Neo Nazi political power and Neo Nazi militias including in the army and police. Any suggested concrete solutions? There is none. 2- Security and safety issues in Donetsk and Lugansk regions against the Nazi attacks that never stopped and will never stop until the Nazi regime is destroyed. Any suggested concrete solutions? There is none. Where do the interests of Ukrainian laboring masses and of their struggle lie? In continuation of Nazi Political power or destruction of them? These below are still the main issues of general related to Ukraine; 1- Alignment of Ukraine with NATO – and installation of US military means and personal on the border of Russia 2- Following Ukraine, alignment of other border countries with NATO- and installation of US military means and personal on the border of Russia. Will those alignments escalate the possibility of World War or de-escalate it? Any study on that? Any assessment? There is none. Are those NATO alignments serve the interests of laboring masses and of their struggles in those given countries particular and world laboring masses in general? Any study on that? Any assessment? There is none. It is very easy to base memorized “prescriptions” for the assessments without offering any alternatives and throwing abstract slogans. However, that cannot help the interests of laboring masses and of their struggle. One has to study and determine where the interests of laboring people lie. Slogans for “peace”, “No war”, “Down with US and Russian Imperialism” etc., are empty, utopian slogans without any genuine stand and action based on the concrete assessment of concrete situation with the interests of laboring people in mind. The rest is nothing but self-satisfying phrase-making and saving the day. Let’s remember Lenin’s assessment of wars and think over it, based on which Fyodor states: “It is important to bear in mind that progressive wars waged by the pre-monopoly bourgeoisie have always exhibited also aggressive unjust tendencies; sometimes these became so important that they changed the social character of the war, transformed it from a war of liberation into an aggressive war. Even today the capitalist countries may in definite conditions conduct progressive wars, but the imperialist tendencies of bourgeois policies always assert themselves. In the Second World War the armed forces of Britain and the USA fought the fascist aggressors in the anti-Hitler coalition in a war that had a progressive political content. ” The “imperialists countries are the same and cannot bring about a latent progressive result” in each and every concrete situation? 2nd WW proved that wrong and despite their bloody imperialist aims, their anti-Nazi alignment played (although unintentionally) a progressive role. As Lenin puts it “The itch is a painful disease. And when people are seized by the itch of revolutionary phrase-making the mere sight of this disease causes intolerable suffering.”

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