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(en) Greece, dirty horse APO: Transnational competition (in our neighborhood) from a class perspective (gr) [machine translation]

Date Mon, 9 Apr 2018 09:09:51 +0300


republished by the collegial site of Pelotos from Xanthi ---- Transnational competition (in our neighborhood) from a class perspective ---- The era of the modern capitalist crisis is accompanied by a constant and growing tension in transnational competition in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Middle East and the Balkans. It is our duty as a politically organized part of the neo-proletariat to study, analyze and understand the starting points and political pursuits behind this tension so that we can articulate speech and action against the dominant ideology of the local bourgeoisie, instead of being able to put forward the international solidarity among the neo-proletarians of this world. ---- We recognize that the US-Russia opposition is the dominant one today and it is the one that produces the individual tensions in the wider region. From the Ukraine to Syria, the field of a large-scale confrontation between two civilian-military superpowers is currently being created. Within this framework, regional forces are trying to strengthen their position either by providing further lectures on the imperialist pole that are tied up, or by exhibiting revisionist tendencies, but without this, to date, as a break with existing alliances.

NATO as a transnational alliance, aggressively aggressive, with a dominant force in the United States, is once again trying to strengthen its presence on the Balkan Peninsula against Russia in order to build a sophisticated pro-Western front. The main obstacle to the realization of this goal is the local, minor, transnational conflicts between the Balkan states. In Greece, these contrasts get flesh and bones on various occasions (the name of Macedonia, North Epirus, the definition of the AOZ at the border with Albania). It should be stressed that in other periods, depending on the current conditions and the correlation of forces, such "open issues" were instigated by NATO in order to penetrate the Balkans, either as a defender of an opposing party,

In the above context, US and NATO, taking advantage of the standing attitude of the Greek compatriot bourgeoisie, which is anyway closely attached to their chariot, are seeking to resolve any disputes. On the occasion of the pro-Western government formed in Macedonia, they are pushing for a nomenclature settlement with a view to the immediate integration of the country's neighbor into NATO. Also in this direction, the Greek state proceeds to the appointment of the AOZ. with Albania and the exhumation of the bones of the fallen Greek soldiers on the Albanian front - a matter that has always been used by the Greek side to keep the Northern Epirus claiming. In the case of Albania, the stakes are its EU membership and its final binding to the Western bloc. Along with serving NATO's aspirations for the Balkans, the Greek bourgeoisie with these moves is trying to improve its position vis-à-vis its Turkish competitor, as the latter tries to get hold of the Muslim populations of the Balkan states. At this point, it should be noted that the Greek state's consultations with the United States also aim at a possible alleviation of public debt. The US is, moreover, the central pillar of the IMF, and the Greek state is trying to exploit the low-intensity grievances that occur at times and at specific points between the US and the EU for the above purpose. At this point, it should be noted that the Greek state's consultations with the United States also aim at a possible alleviation of public debt. The US is, moreover, the central pillar of the IMF, and the Greek state is trying to exploit the low-intensity grievances that occur at times and at specific points between the US and the EU for the above purpose. At this point, it should be noted that the Greek state's consultations with the United States also aim at a possible alleviation of public debt. The US is, moreover, the central pillar of the IMF, and the Greek state is trying to exploit the low-intensity grievances that occur at times and at specific points between the US and the EU for the above purpose.

As we have seen, we think that any moves made in the above context, and in the territories it concerns, are the main reference to US-Russia opposition. The gaps, opportunities, and deadlocks generated by this opposition are being used by the bourgeoisie of the Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean countries to strengthen their position. This includes the tension between the Greek and the Turkish bourgeoisie.

The Turkish state, a key member of NATO, is under pressure on both its eastern and western borders. At its eastern border, after years of conflict in Syria, as a US-Russia controversy, not only fails to take part in the sharing of the country's wealth-producing resources but sees a pocket under the control of the Kurds at its borders which can rekindle conflicts inside. He thus opts for a military engagement with uncertain results on the territories of Syria. Its main allies and joint NATO-US partners equip and support to some extent the army of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the YPG / YPJ Kurdish militias, causing intense dissatisfaction with the Turkish bourgeoisie. At its western border it faces its totalitarian exclusion to the Mediterranean. It seeks, with no effect yet, to reap a part of the energy deposits in the AOZ. which the Greek Cypriot state claims to be exclusively its own. The Greece-Cyprus-Israel-Egypt axis cuts off Turkey from the pooling of deposits, and is attempting to circumvent it by announcing the construction of a gas pipeline between the above countries. The pressure exerted by the Turkish state is externalized in a variety of ways, through an aggressive rhetoric, through the invasion of Syria, and through stronger agreements with Russia. Thus, "revisionist trends" arise. which the Greek Cypriot state claims to be exclusively its own. The Greece-Cyprus-Israel-Egypt axis cuts off Turkey from the pooling of deposits, and is attempting to circumvent it by announcing the construction of a gas pipeline between the above countries. The pressure exerted by the Turkish state is externalized in a variety of ways, through an aggressive rhetoric, through the invasion of Syria, and through stronger agreements with Russia. Thus, "revisionist trends" arise. which the Greek Cypriot state claims to be exclusively its own. The Greece-Cyprus-Israel-Egypt axis cuts off Turkey from the pooling of deposits, and is attempting to circumvent it by announcing the construction of a gas pipeline between the above countries. The pressure exerted by the Turkish state is externalized in a variety of ways, through an aggressive rhetoric, through the invasion of Syria, and through stronger agreements with Russia. Thus, "revisionist trends" arise. through an aggressive rhetoric, through the invasion of Syria, but also through stronger agreements with Russia. Thus, "revisionist trends" arise. through an aggressive rhetoric, through the invasion of Syria, but also through stronger agreements with Russia. Thus, "revisionist trends" arise.

This abrasive analysis contradicts the dominant nationalist public speech of a permanently defending Greek state - the spooky world that everyone is trying to defend. This approach, whatever the tendency of the political arc, if any, is the only one that it offers is an ideological adventurousness in the constitution of - the dangers of the neo-warrior's interests in Greece - the national torso. The bourgeois classes of each state, and of Greece, are aggressive and expansive in nature. And it is forbidden to do everything in their power and take every opportunity to upgrade their position against the competing bourgeoisie of other states. The Greek bourgeoisie triumphed over the years by selling subordination, giving it up, and betting successfully - or not - to the appropriate patron. Although severely underestimated in the midst of a crisis, it tries to follow the recipe of success once again. It is unfair to criticize the far-right brothel for selling the homeland (due to the attitude of the Greek bourgeoisie in the Macedonian and Greek-Turkish approaches). It is also known that only by licking and subjugation things have proceeded to this place. Whenever aggression was chosen by the bourgeoisie as a foreign policy, the result was disastrous. It is also known that only by licking and subjugation things have proceeded to this place. Whenever aggression was chosen by the bourgeoisie as a foreign policy, the result was disastrous. It is also known that only by licking and subjugation things have proceeded to this place. Whenever aggression was chosen by the bourgeoisie as a foreign policy, the result was disastrous.

The Greek state follows and participates with closed eyes the imperatives and designs of the imperialist pole to which it is attached, namely NATO. This offers no complacency, no security. The allies of the Greek state will not hesitate to transfer the confrontation to the borders of Greece if it serves their purpose. It is fictitious that NATO's growing involvement in the Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean region is a deterrent against a possible military engagement. In fact, the opposite is true: As long as troops are assembled in the wider region (such as the concentration of American, Italian and Greek warships in the eastern Mediterranean)

The sharpening in Greece's foreign policy has its reflection on domestic politics as well. When a state is equipped to deal with another state, it is equally equipped to deal with the "inner enemy". A look at neighboring Turkey is extremely instructive. The Turkish bourgeoisie, as it prepared to take an active role in Syria, was trying to suppress any voice from inside the country to question its warlike plans. By massive imprisonment and persecution of revolutionary organizations, political opponents, journalists, minorities, by applying the strategy of tension, strengthening the national body and sowing fear in a large part of the Turkish people managed to impose a sterile landscape within the country.

By analogy, we observe similar moves in Greece: the legal defense of the state with the terrorists, the widening of accusations in "collective entities", the "promoter" class have been incorporated into Greek legal reality and are already piloted in pieces of the competitive / anti-capitalist movement. Watching fighters and targeted persecutions are everyday. On the other hand, the nationalist rallies functioned as a first-class exercise for the formation of the national torso on the road in terms of movement. A nationalist movement that has already blunted its targeting attack on squats and enemy struggles. It is absurd to think that these gatherings are against the government. The revival of the national torso at the moment when the transnational tension is only good news can be for any government. The projection of the nation as the highest level of unity blurs the class contradictions by pretending the state to be the guarantor of "common interests" and renders one-way co-operation with its choices. We emphasize again that bind to the interests of any bourgeoisie will always find us lost and at a heavy price. Especially in the region of Thrace we are once again witnessing the fearful fortification of half the population that happens in every upgraded Greek-Turkish episode. It is well known to everybody that for the Greek state the minority (regardless of the separations within it) is an internal enemy to suppress the possibility of a conflict.

In this grim reality, we have a duty to construct a robust, militant anti-war movement targeting the local bourgeoisie's plans, as well as its foreign allies. We have a duty to defend our class interests, our organizations, our struggles, our fighting communities and our people against any attack. We do not identify with the interests and adventures of any bourgeoisie. We are not fighting for any transnational competition. We have a duty to raise mounds in the plans of the world's dominant and local bourgeoisie, to build a powerful internationalist movement against the war against modern totalitarianism. We have to build links with the competitors internationally, to set common goals of struggle and to sabotage in practice any martial design that holds the same fate for all of us, regardless of the borders we stand on. To build a broad and international front of struggle against war, fascism, poverty, impoverishment, racism, state and partisan terrorism.

AGAINST THE STATES, CAPITAL AND NATIONALITY PROMOTE CAR SOLIDARITY AND THE INTERNATIONAL FIGHT

NEITHER NATIONAL OR NON-RELIGIOUS OUR COUNTRY WAR ARE TAXIC

WE DO NOT WANT FOR THE RAINS IN AEGEAN, FOR A NAME IN MACEDONIA, FOR THE INTERESTS OF MULTI-NATIONAL IN CYPRUS

WE WAIT FOR LIFE AND DIGNITY AGAINST NATIONAL AND PLANTIC OFFICIALS.

Peloton 2.4.18

Our rifles are set for your breasts.
And the brothers of the people will set you on the wall.
As you move wars, battle will become class.
Then the battle on your heads will fall.
N. Assos
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