No matter how the politburo characterizes it, there is nothing revolutionary about a industrializing capitalist country governed as a committee-driven dictatorship. Nothing. And if for the Chinese, capitalism is necessary, I will reserve judgment.
Yet, China's failure to change its policy toward Tibetan Self-Determination is hallmark of the imperialism that was denounced by the Party in previous, non-capitalist times, and contradicts the revolutionary spirit of real freedom.
Every people have the power and right of self-determination. All should support that power and right of every people.
silent conversations: how i confronted my best friend after confessing being HIV positive - I guess meeting Y the following day was inevitable. but i pondered hard how i will manage after learning the status. what will i do? where do i start? an...