Internecine capitalist class rivalry shuts down the U.S.

As the U.S. continues to build fascism, one thing is becoming very clear, democracy is getting in the way for the old money US imperialist wing of the ruling class. The contradiction within Inter-imperialist rivalry is between the capitalists who possess enough capital to export it, the imperialists, and those who do not want to sacrifice for the imperialists, notably the Tea Partiers.  The Republican are part of the new money ruling class and have allies with the domestic capitalists.  Basically, any capitalist with enough money to buy a congressman can get in and mess things up for the big guys. 

Are we quickly approaching a Caesar moment when the popular ruler transformed Rome from Republic to Empire?  Is Obama going to curb the democratic process that is inhibiting the floundering US Empire?  We do know that the U.S. needs to construct fascism as fast as possible.  Fascism, capitalism in crisis, is what occurs at home in order to fuel imperialism abroad.

As Obama seeks to curb the amount of money outlaid by the state to pay for the medical needs of the working class, a lie the charlatan is packaging as healthcare, rival capitalists who are little itty bitty guppies in the great pool of imperialism and some of their new money allies are trying to preserve their capital and narrow ideological interests.

This government shutdown clearly illustrates the concept of rich man’s war — poor man’s fight. Tens of thousands of workers are now going to go unpaid as the ruling class factions peacock and maneuver and primp and pose and thumb their nose at our needs as they point fingers and throw up their hands and just don’t do us the favor of ending their own miserable parasitic existence in our lives. That’s our job.  A Communist revolution led by PLP will not shut down arguing over profits and access to health care.  We will build a society that meets the needs of the workers, not like the  money grubbing, greedy, parasitical bosses who are stealing from over 1 million workers!

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