As one who once wore the label 'Trotskyist', I have come to realise that almost
every group which wears the label 'Trotskyist' or 'Anarchist' is working
for the established order. They have been used at least since the 1960's when
they helped the Warren Commission to cover up conspiracy to murder JFK.
Unfortunately this was not noticed by Jim Garrison or Oliver Stone.
Had the fake socilaists helped Garrison the 1960's, he would have almost certainly
won his prosecution, the Vietnam War that the fake socialists had claimed to oppose
would have ended much sooner, RFK and MLK would have lived and millions more
lives would have been saved.
Had Garrison realised this and pointed out their unconscionable conduct to the world,
much of the damage that they have been able to cause since a least the 1960's would have
Examples of deceit from fake left groups can be found at:http://www.workersliberty.org/world/syriahttp://www.workersliberty.org/world/libya
Other groups such as http://greenleft.org.auhttp://www.solidarity.net.au/index.php? ... &x=34&y=10http://www.icl-fi.org/may
be more subtle in their support for NATO than these
groups, but, in my view the support is no less real.footnotes
1. Personally I have a lot of time of admiration for Trotsky and Lenin even
though in I am extremely wary of groups which in 2012 claim to be promoting the
same goals as Lenin and Trotsky did when they lived. In recent years I have
come to conclude that had JFK lived longer, in spite of his strong and sincere
anti-communism, no doubt driven, in most part, by abhorrence of the monstrous
crimes of Stalin, he would have come to agree. All three in my view were, above
all, supporters of democracy, before all else, as well as opposed to the rule
of greedy oligarchs. Had Trotsky carried out Lenin's instructions of 1923 to
remove Stalin from his post of General Secretary of the Communist Party of the
Soviet Union, instead of failing to act until 1927, by which time it was too
late, I think democracy would have thrived in the USSR and societies through the
rest of the world, through the spread of the revolution, would have also become
thriving democracies driven from the grass-roots up (as well as 'socialist'). I
think the same would have happened to the US had Kennedy lived in spite of
Kennedy's own honestly held belief that he opposed the political philosophy of
'communism' espoused by Trotsky and Lenin.