Violent Class Struggles and the Need for Revolutionary Change: Anti-WTO Organized Labor Protest Vs Seattle Police

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The whole purpose of revolutionary violence is to destroy at its very roots the institutionalized system of greed which is also the institutionalized system of violence. Today, with the phoney cry of “law and order” the rulers of the imperialist nations attempt to throw the onus of violence on those who are protesting the system under which they live. But the onus is noton them, for violence is the near-monopoly of the state apparatus. Compared to the machinery of violence that the ruling class deploys, the violence of the protesters is like the pop of a toygun beside the explosion of a one-thousand-ton bomb. The best I can hope is that it will encourage others to make their own study so that we can all know more completely the enemy we are facing and challenging. I have attempted to trace as clearly and briefly as I can the nature of the capitalist and imperialist systems and the rising world class struggles against it - a bitter, life-and-death conflicts which is now... More > only in its middle phase.< Less
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Marco T. Ntobi
June 3, 2016
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