More good stuff from our comrade Johnny Mercer in Chicago as a speaker on a panel discussion organised by Platypus in May, this time on imperialism (the Bill Martin is not ours as soon becomes evident).
What he is saying about Lenin concept of imperialism is correct, and the Left has been carrying over the same mistakes for several decades and they have never questioned the concept, and they have not been able to see that it contradicts Marx concept of surplus-value, even more, that conception creates ideological competition and division among the workers, for the workers in Latin America, the USA working class is exploiting them in order to pay their salaries, and it motivates workers to become allied with their own rulers to fight imperialism. The theory of the three worlds created by Mao Tse Tung is even worst than that, instead of workers of the workers get united, it is exploited nations of the world get united against exploiters nations, that is one of the reasons why the Maoists supported the government of Augusto Pinochet because he was against the Soviet Union, but Salvador Allende had the same nationalist stand of Domingo Peron: No Yankees, no Russians. The other problem with that concept is that economical exploitation takes place at the financial point instead of at the point of production, now, the problem is not capitalist production, the problem is the Central Banks, the Zionists, and the Jews bankers which have also served the interest of the right-wingers and in the past served to the interest of the German Nazis. He should have said that Lenin nationalized Marxism