The rise and decline of chavezism

This paper brings together a series of articles and letters published in 2013 and 2014, which account for the bankruptcy of the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela.

The situation there attracted a great deal of attention from big factions the working class. What 15 years ago Castroism and the world left perfidiously presented as "Socialism of the 21st Century", today it is a nightmare for the exploited masses. It is the end of a tragedy: the decline of Chavism, Venezuela delivered to imperialism, the IMF and the big banks of Wall Street, while workers pile up in the trash looking for some food among the waste and the oligarchy –through MUD- tries to return to power.

This is the outcome contemplated by Marxism for any bourgeois nationalist experiment in the colonial and semicolonial world, since the Left Opposition of the Third International drew lessons from the Chinese Revolution of 1925-27. Like all possessing classes, native bourgeoisies are more afraid of the working class than of imperialism, before whom they end up giving up and agreeing sooner or later.

Revealing the internal mechanics of this historical process is the object of "Rise and decline of Chavism," which addresses the question with the method of Marxism, in documents prepared in the heat of events, without false objectivism, reflecting the lively intervention of the Socialists Revolutionaries in the events, against the programs of class collaboration of the Venezuelan and world-wide left.

The full confirmation of the characterizations and forecasts presented in these articles demonstrates the theoretical superiority of Marxism as a scientific method; not only to orientate itself in revolutionary politics but also to understand the great social phenomena of modern capitalism.

♦ Formato: Libro Digital

The rise and decline of chavezism

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The rise and decline of chavezism $90,00

The rise and decline of chavezism

This paper brings together a series of articles and letters published in 2013 and 2014, which account for the bankruptcy of the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela.

The situation there attracted a great deal of attention from big factions the working class. What 15 years ago Castroism and the world left perfidiously presented as "Socialism of the 21st Century", today it is a nightmare for the exploited masses. It is the end of a tragedy: the decline of Chavism, Venezuela delivered to imperialism, the IMF and the big banks of Wall Street, while workers pile up in the trash looking for some food among the waste and the oligarchy –through MUD- tries to return to power.

This is the outcome contemplated by Marxism for any bourgeois nationalist experiment in the colonial and semicolonial world, since the Left Opposition of the Third International drew lessons from the Chinese Revolution of 1925-27. Like all possessing classes, native bourgeoisies are more afraid of the working class than of imperialism, before whom they end up giving up and agreeing sooner or later.

Revealing the internal mechanics of this historical process is the object of "Rise and decline of Chavism," which addresses the question with the method of Marxism, in documents prepared in the heat of events, without false objectivism, reflecting the lively intervention of the Socialists Revolutionaries in the events, against the programs of class collaboration of the Venezuelan and world-wide left.

The full confirmation of the characterizations and forecasts presented in these articles demonstrates the theoretical superiority of Marxism as a scientific method; not only to orientate itself in revolutionary politics but also to understand the great social phenomena of modern capitalism.

♦ Formato: Libro Digital