Marching Through Blue Georgia
- May 14, 2009
How early is too early for a poll?
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Thenk ye mightily.I like the crazy nationalist Scots character. I think it adds a little flavour to proceedings.
Welcome tae th' gang! yer whiggish wig ur devolutionary tam an' kilt ur waitin' fur ye oan th' left.Liberals.
You don't have to ready every comment, a lot of the time in Blood and Iron I skipped through them(mostly when you and howard were going off on one ) and just looked for the updates, only dipping in every now and then.This AAR is 6 days old and we are on page 60. There is the original post, then 2 election posts, 1 election result update and 1 proper update.
The rest; 60 votes in 60 posts, then now maybe 10 more vote posts.
That leaves us with around 1100 other more or less on topic posts, including the food fight of previous page.
seriously, this AAR is too fast for me, and too damn fast paced for many others.
Yeah... that's probably never going to happen. Tommy can correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe the CPGB changed it's pro-Moscow alignment until Eurocommunism became really big in the 70's and 80's.Maybe some day the Communist party can progress toward Menshevism
They actually had an electoral pact with the Tories in Huddersfield and Bolton in those days where the Tories would fight one seat and the Liberals would fight the other, I think Huddersfield East and Bolton West, or the other way around.((Bolton it shall be, then!))
You came to the right person for this question .Yeah... that's probably never going to happen. Tommy can correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe the CPGB changed it's pro-Moscow alignment until Eurocommunism became really big in the 70's and 80's.
So basically, they went Eurocommunist before it was cool?You came to the right person for this question .
The CPGB remained firmly pro-Soviet until the 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia - a moment when a large number of Communist parties really started to break away from Moscow.
As for 'Menshevism', I suppose it depends what you mean by that. As early as 1951 the party adopted a programme called the British Road to Socialism (actually drafted by Stalin himself) committing it to a parliamentary road to socialism, working with Labour and basically respecting parliamentary democracy. All the while remaining slavishly pro-Soviet and Stalinist.