Friday, September 7, 2012

THE REALITY OF COMMUNISM & CPM... Know these Communists (CPIM & other Left Parties) of Bengal: There are thousand reasons not to believe Communists (Specially CPM) of India..: An article by Debasish Bhattacharjee.


Louis Pierre Althusser is the famous Algerian-born Marxist philosopher says in the book that “ideology moves, but with an immobile motion that keeps it where it is”.He discussed in the book as to how seemingly benign sounding ideology can be harmful to the economic welfare of citizens and eventually, the state.

Economic science, according to him, always strives to find that which it does not know, but knowing which people’s lives can be made better. Ideology, on the other hand, remains for too long with the obviousness of the already-known.

The CPI(M)’s ‘Draft Resolution on Some Ideological Issues’ prepared by the party for discussion and adoption at the party’s recent 20th Congress in Kozhikode, Kerala recently, is truly an ideological document in Althusser’s sense.

It claims to move with the times and update the party’s thought apparatus, but in reality, moves with an immobile motion that keeps it where it is. It works to relentlessly represent all the economic difficult questions of our times, as if they were already known to the founders of ‘Marxism-Leninism’.

The relevance and revelation of the document can be assessed by the issues it deals with, and also by the issues it chooses to leave out like an obvious political content that it chooses not to cover is the defeat of the 34-year-old Left Front rule in West Bengal, although this was the first major document brought out by CPI(M) after the defeat.

The document does make an oblique reference when it reflects on what socialism might mean in the twenty-first century, but for some inexplicable reasons it chooses not to directly deal with it.
 

In India we all are very much aware that now Naxalism is the single largest threat to the country.

The economic issues that the document chooses not to cover are two-fold. Firstly, it chooses not to talk about far-left radical communists — the Naxals, the origins of which can be traced to the Marxist–Leninist in 1967. Naxalism is as much an economic problem,as it is a political problem. The Marxist-Leninist don’t even concede that their ideological off-shoot has caused more economic harm to the country in recent years than even terrorism.

The Left choose not to condemn any of the high profile kidnapping of foreign tourists or IAS officer in Odisha and other neighbouring states. Earlier, the underworld in Mumbai or local gangs in Bihar used to resort to a roguish crime like kidnapping. Now the Naxals do it as a routine.

Ideologically, the Left choose to turn a blind eye about this menace which is a spin-off of their own ideological thinking. Even terrorism has purportedly an ideology, but it is a flawed one, like that of the Naxals.

The second issue that it chooses not to focus is the youth of the country. Throughout the document, there is no direct or oblique reference to issues that might be of consequence to today’s youth. Clearly, the old guard doesn’t think that the new generation is worthy of discussion for the party. The party can perhaps take another leaf out of China and focus on issues pertaining to the youth, than justify their ideology and therefore, hoping against hope of a revival of communism in the country.
“Which is next to impossible”.

Perhaps, the next time they even they will become extinct to come with a document to realize how ideology can be damaging to the economic well-being of the country, and even destroyed themselves by being peripatetic, the immobile way.SAY NO TO COMMUNISM AND SAVE THIS NATION FOR GOD SAKE.
NOW ANOTHER IMPORTANT FACT RELATED TO WEST BENGAL: CADERISATION OF BUREAUCRATES & POLICE
The then opposition Trinamool Congress chief & present CM of WB, Miss Mamata Banerjee has often complained about the “cadre-isation" of Bureaucrats and police of... Facers by the Left front over the past three decades. Here is proof of exactly how deep the rot has sunk.
The shame and spinelessness of Bengal's Bureaucrats and Police officers during 34 years of Left Front rule has often been came to news regarding various political issues for their shameless unlawful supports to Left Front Govt.

Well, here's why many of them may have thought it prudent to go along with whatever their political masters ordered. Yes, 60 of the state's top IAS and IPS officers applied for, and were sanctioned, plots in Rajarhat-New Town, Kolkata's most prestigious suburb, from the “special quota” and “discretionary quota” of former housing minister and former chairman of the Housing and Infrastructure Development Corporation (Hidco), Mr Gautam Deb, of the CPI-M.

Each and every one of these officers named are today landowners, owners of flats or members of cooperative societies, with plots of either 2.99 cottah or 4.485 cottah in their names. Small house or big bungalow, each demand was taken care of, apparently.

But the things to seriously ponder is: whilst some of these bureaucrats and top cops have retired, an overwhelming majority of them presently hold key posts in the civil or police administrations of the Trinamul Congress-run government.

IT’S CLEAR AND OPEN WHY DESPITE OF RELENTLESS EFFORTS BY THE PRESENT CHIEF MINISTER MAMATA BANERJEE TO IMPROVE THE ROTEN AND CORRUPTED LAW AND ORDER SITUATION IN BENGAL GOING IN VEIN AND WHY THE LAPSES COULD BE SEEN ON ADMINISTRATIVE PART IN SOME CASES?

WHICH ARE INTENTIONALLY AND PLANNING ARE ALWAYS GOING ON JUST TO MALIGN THE UNDOUGHTFULLY RARE HONEST LEADER IN PRESENT INDIAN POLITICAL SCENARIO AND A REAL SOCIAL WORKER LIKE MAMATA BANERJEE AND SURELY NOT FOR THE PEOPLE BENEFITS.
Finally I would like to finish quoting some lines of the great leader John F. Kennedy that:

Communism has never come to power in a country that was not disrupted by war or corruption, or both.
Another important points said by one of the God father of Communist:
Communism is not love. Communism is a hammer which we use to crush the enemy.
……………………………Mao Tse-Tung

Bandemataram. Debasish Bhattacharjee (https://www.facebook.com/#!/debpharma)

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