Is the left wing struggle divided on ethnic lines?

By Shakeel Nizamani, Calgary, Alberta

After the fall of Soviet Union, many left-wing workers (accustom to comparing themselves as KHAHORI of SHAH) who used to convince simple folks by telling the fairy tales of flowing rivers of milk and honey in communist countries became so demoralized that either they became MULLAH or MAWALI and some even are basking under the sun of their former arch enemy-U.S.A.

Though some old guards sticking to their guns and believe that Marxism is still relevant and prophesy that it will make a come back.

Some Sindhi left-wing nationalists do see these Pakistan left-wing ideologues as usurper. Is the left wing struggle is also divided on ethnic lines?


One thought on “Is the left wing struggle divided on ethnic lines?”

  1. There is tragedy that our nationalist can not understand the theory of marxism.The analyses of soviet fall were not come from any imperialst thinker it was pointed out first by Cmrdae Lenin in 1922 and then comrade Trotsky in 1937 wrtten in his famous book”The Revolution berayed”Then in Pakisatn comrade Lal khan had written a book in 1989 the three years before the fall of sovieyt union.

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