Indian Marxists still lost in 1940’s – admits Prakash Karat

via HK published on October 26, 2010

After Fidal Castro, its the turn of his Indian counterpart Prakash Karat to admit that Marxism has failed to understand and accomodate the changes in India, stopping next to telling Marxism is a failed ideology.

Delivering speech in Cambridge Karat said The Left in India today is still banking of some of the perspectives and the programmes which were set out in the period of the 1940s.”

As in any other issue this time also our comrades took decades to understand and accept their failure.To realize computer is good and computerize AKG Bhawan, they took 2 decades and many bloody strikes against it pulling states like Kerala and West Bengal while their neighbouring states were marching ahead.

To realize the benefits of privatisation they had to wait till Deshabhimani (their newspaper network) to implement Reliance network rejecting BSNL.This was the very same comrades and their mouthpiece Deshabhimani advocated rooting out Reliance stores from Kerala and destroyed many of their retail stores.  Left also did similar strikes against tractors, against +2, against privatisation in education system and what not.

Marxists are afraid of development as they need unemployed youth to hold their flags and become martyrs while their leaders can built palaces and send their kids to England and US for studies.  

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