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[Xmca-l] Re: Don't do it



Sorry* Ulvi* - I've got it right this time.
Tom

On 13 March 2017 at 17:25, Tom Richardson <tom.richardson3@googlemail.com>
wrote:

> Hi xmca-ers
> Looks to me like Ulci is on to a hiding to nowhere with his conviction
> that socialist revolution is a necessity.
> Strange to imply that *all *revolutions will *inevitably *result in
> social-human conditions worse that the overthrown ones, when the quoted
> French overturning of society was a bourgeois revolution.
> IMO Ulci adduces evidence that Turkish social conditions are at present
> intolerable.
> A literate debate about speech acts seems a strange displacement of
> her/his original anguished cry for changes that result in greater justice
> for oppressed populations.
> But then I believe that the current capitalist anarchy is unconditionally
> intolerable.
> [No strawpersons please - Stalinism was an brutally disastrously
> dysfunctional anti-social formation.]
>
> Cordialement
> Tom Richardson
> Middlesbrough UK
>
> On 8 March 2017 at 21:32, Ulvi İçil <ulvi.icil@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> If I say
>>
>> don't do it, it is imperative.
>>
>> But if I say,
>>
>> It is not realistic and you do not need it.
>>
>> It is affirmative and even  though negative, it is again affirmative, to
>> demobilize you.
>>
>> What I mean is Revolution.
>>
>> Addressed to a married couple with two children.
>>
>> With 3 thousand Turkish liras in Istanbul in a  rented home of at least
>> 1000 tl for rent.
>>
>> 1 usd = 4 Turkish liras
>>
>> Survival economics.
>>
>> Any prospect?
>>
>> No.
>>
>> That simple.
>>
>> What is socialist revolution?
>>
>> It is neither an intention nor a wish.
>>
>> It is simple necessity.
>>
>
>