06-13-2011, 04:37 PM
On Friday, the blogs which are guiding the movement of "indignant" citizens published a statement of the "indignant" citizens in Syntagma Square that called on the left forces to leave the squares. Thus, the "anonymous" leaders of the "movement of the squares," the "non-partisan," "spontaneous," "non-politicized" citizens, appear to be politicized, declaring themselves "anti-left." . . . The self-definition of "non-partisan" that they have used so far, which was extolled by the media groups of capitalists, as well as their logic concerning the issue of democracy, proves to be nothing less than hypocrisy. Likewise with even their intention to allegedly unite the people on the basis of the vague anti-memorandum content of "the movement of the squares," since positions like "Out with the Left," "Parties Out," "Trade Unions Out" are divisive. They are not that democratic, or, to be more accurate, they are undemocratic. . . . It seems that it is a well elaborated tactic in order to draw a dividing line between popular forces organized in the trade unions and parties that do not conceal their ideology, their policy, and even their party identity; and those who go to the squares, ordinary people, most of whom believed in the bourgeois parties that betrayed their hopes for a better life, are disgusted with the bourgeois policy, and are looking for a way out. After all, whom does the logic of "Parties and Trade Unions Out" serve? At this point, we will not repeat that those behind the blogs are preparing a party with the name "Immediate Democracy," as stated on TV. But there is also the truth that they do not want to come to the fore and that they try to conceal, as the bourgeois media do at times, the fact that not all parties are the same. . . .