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The Continuing Struggles of the Exploited and Oppressed in Argentina show the progressive powers of the entire world:

As it is now, it will not remain!

The Continuing Struggles of the Exploited and Oppressed in Argentina show the progressive powers of the entire world:

The Continuing Struggles of the Exploited and Oppressed in Argentina show the progressive powers of the entire world:
As it is now, it will not remain!
’7/7 the middle of December the struggles of the exploited and oppressed in Argentina once again flamed up with great violence.
The militantly led demonstrations were primarily economic struggles against the in creasing deterioration of living conditions.
Demonstrations and abundant procurements of food, especially in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, spread over the entire country and de veloped into powerful demonstrations, strikes, militant street fighting and finally in to a regular reolt. The fights, developed spontaneously in view of the increasing impoverishment of great masses of working people, were increasing-ly directed not only against the continuing misery, not only against a specific government, but also against the imperial masters of the reactiona ry Argentine state, imperial finance capital and the ruling classes of Argentina itself Neither through terror, parliamentary ma noeuvers nor loud ‘anti-imperialist ‘ sounding phrases mouthed by the representatives of the exploiting classes in Argentina, none of these in the long run will be enough to settle the dissatisfaction of the masses of exploited and working people in Argentina. Because the struggles in Argentina show: ‘As it is now, it will not remain! ‘ Within the framework of the imperialist system there is no solution for the exploited and oppressed! ” The bulletin next describes in detail the course of the struggles. In addition to a special section with the title “Basic Facts about Argentina” which contains fundamental information about the economy and history of Argentina, the bulletin then details the historical and current role of German impe rialism in Argentina. As an introduction:
“if the current struggles against impe rialist finance-capital are primarily directed against the momentary dominance of US im perialism, then the revolutionary forces in Argentina will increasingly take German im perialism into their aim. it is, as history shows, a deadly enemy of the exploited and working people of Argentina. ” Especially at the time of the Nazi-fascist dicta torship in Germany, German imperialism appealed to Argentina for three primary reasons: first the large number of “foreign Germans” who had been incited for decades in a German national way for keeping their “Germanness”. They served as a most reliable core troop for the ideological and political expansion of German imperialism in Argentina.
Secondly, the influence on the police and military apparatus is not to be underestimated nor is the re latively strong economic position of German impe rialist concerns. The demagogic propaganda of the allegedly ‘antiimperialisf policies of Nazi Germany was another point of connection. In a separate section of the Bulletin, “A Debt of Thanks to the Former Soldiers of the German Army” (Peron 1952), is a list of some of the ‘prominent” examples of the approximately 30,000 Nazi henchmen and war criminals that found refuge in Argentina. The small box of the leaflet takes Mercedes-Benz in Argentina as an example: “With the left work coun cils murdered and the naming of a repressor as head of security, none in the factory spoke up any longer…”. German concerns were not only blood suckers and exploiters, but were also complicit İn the torture and oppression of the working people of Argentina. Finally, the Bulletin remarks:
“During the struggles of recent weeks, the(…)

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