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On 1/12/11, Newspaper Anasintaxi <> wrote:
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> Unilateral entire debt suspension of payments - Greece out of
> Euro-EMU-European
> Union
> Against the big local capital's current strategic choice of  KEEPING Greece
> inside EMU-Euro-EU, with the open support of the big  bourgeois parties
> (PASOK-ND-LAOS), as well as the silent support of  socialdemocratic parties
> ("K"KE-SYN) and organizations of the  Extraparliamentary Left
> Today, in 2010, the working class and the whole Greek people as well as the
> country are undoubtedly confronted with a novel negative  and extremely
> painful
> financial-political condition for their class  interests, as well as the
> country's interests. A novel condition, the  existence of which has to be
> initially verified and recognized, and then analyzed.  These are necessary
> premises for the designation of the content and  correct orientation of the
> class struggle of the working class in the  current very difficult and
> crucial
> period.
> The country's new financial-political condition is characterized by:
> 1. the deep crisis and bankruptcy of economy,
> 2. occupation by the "troika" of Commission-ECB-IMF,
> 3. violent abolition of all workers' conquests,
> 4. deterioration of the relations between Greece and EU, to the country's
> detriment.
> A. Crisis and bankruptcy of the Greek economy.
> 1. Crisis. The  crisis that keeps on shattering the entire capitalist world,
> as
> well as  our country, burned out for years to come, in the hell that created
> massive unemployment of hundreds of millions of  unemployed-half-unemployed
> humans, great poverty, hunger and the  absolute immiseration of billions on
> the
> planet, the final illusory glow  of the widely advertised by recently faded
> myth
> of capitalist  "prosperity", as well as the celebrated jabbers-myths of
> bourgeois and  revisionist economist about "full employment," "elimination
> of
> unemployment," and a capitalist development "undisrupted by crises."
> Regardless  of its existent singularities and main features as well as the
> way
> in  which it broke out, this crisis is, as all the previous ones, a cyclical
> crisis of over-production, the root and cause of which exists within  the
> fundamental contradiction of capitalism, which the other  contradictions of
> this
> exploitative system are also connected with: the "the contradiction between
> the
> social character of productionand the private form of its appropriation."
> It  derives from here that the periodic crises of overproduction are an
> inherent and inevitable phenomenon in the capitalist mode of production
> which
> accompanies capitalist along its course of development. It is the  result of
> the
> action and function of objective economic laws despite the  contradicting
> claims
> of bourgeois economists cultivating the opposite  view on the current
> crisis,
> seeking its cause within "erroneous  financial policies" and limiting it to
> the
> "financial sector": "bourgeois-capitalist  circles try to propagandize by
> every
> mean the view that this crisis is  the result of erroneous economic
> policies, in
> particular erroneous  financial and monetary policies, which have led to
> increasing  speculation and the "bubbles" in the financial sector. With such
> positions and propaganda they seek to hide the fact that capitalist
> economic
> crises are inevitable stages in the course of capitalist  development, that
> they
> are the inevitable result of the capitalist mode  of production developing
> in an
> uneven way, because it is led by profit  and the market."
> In contrast to the bourgeois, for revolutionary Marxists, according to Marx,
> "the general conditions of crises ... must be explained through the general
> conditions of capitalist production."
> The  current world economic crisis, as all cyclical crises of
> over-production
> emerging from the essence, i.e. the inherent  contradictions of the
> capitalist
> mode of production, "are  never more than momentary, violent solutions for
> the
> existing  contradictions, violent eruptions that re-establish the disturbed
> balance for the time being."
> The current crisis could not  but also affect the local capitalist economy,
> despite the contradicting  idiotic assurances of the reactionary Karamanlis
> governments and its  indescribable and benighted economic headquarters that
> the
> country's  banks and economy are "armoured" against the crisis (and a few
> days
> later "endowed" the supposedly "armoured" banks with 28 b. Euros).  Indeed,
> gross flubs of this kind were being uttered at the moment when  it was known
> that the crisis had become manifest in our country before  the outbreak of
> the
> world capitalist crisis - it became manifest  unevenly in various country in
> terms of time and intensity, as well as  sectors - affecting initially the
> construction sectors, and all its  related branches.
> The crisis has affected Greek economy more  than those of the other
> member-states of the imperialist EU, as shown in  figures (while maintaining
> relevant reservations) by Eurostat for 2009:  investments declined by 13,4%
> in
> contrast to 2008, households'  consumption decreased by 1.8%, exports by
> 18.1%
> and imports by 14.1. The  2% decline of GDP shown by Eurostat is in reality
> much
> larger, while  actual unemployment surpassed 15%.
> Predictions for 2010 are much  more unfavourable, since it is estimated the
> decline will be at  about 4%, while it is expected to have reached 7.5% by
> 2012,
> whereas  unemployed will have reached 20%. Already in the second quarter of
> 2010,  a 3.5% GDP shrinking was recorded. Construction activity fell by
> 22.4%,
> industrial production dropped 4.5%, while inflation 5.5% (in reality it
> fluctuates between 6 and 7%), and large waves of high prices are an
> everyday
> phenomenon. As for the army of hundreds of thousands of the  unemployed,
> some
> more will be added, which, according to the GSEE's  estimations will have
> reached, and may have even surpassed, 1.200.000 by  the end of the year.
> 2. Bankruptcy. Yet, besides the  multiple problems caused by the profound
> economic crisis, which is  expected to further intensify, the country's
> economy
> was led in 2009 to open bankruptcy,  which was already visible to the naked
> eye
> from the beginning of 2007 -  despite the distorted statistical figures
> coming
> to light -, as a  result of the application of extreme neoliberal policies
> by
> Karamanlis'  government and of dependence by the EU.
> The government of the monarcho-fascist party of ND, with K. Karamanlis as
> prime-minister, is first and fore mostly responsible for the country's
> financial
> bankruptcy,  by doubling the external debt (more than 300 billion Euros) and
> multiplying the deficit by five (more than 30 billion Euros), leading to
> the
> country's triple supervision-occupation by Commission-ECB-IMF. However, the
> then-opposition parties, the big-bourgeois PASOK and the social democratic
> "K"KE
> and SYN (the  nazi-fascist LAOS had identified with the politics of ND),
> aretremendously responsible as well, for not revealing-denouncing this
> destructive financial course to the Greek people - a course, which  at least
> for
> the final two years of ND's governance was completely  manifest and, as
> already
> mentioned, visible to the naked eye.
> The very fact of the country's financial bankruptcy (the typical statement
> "Regretfully, we arebankrupt"  is not necessary) is questioned by all
> bourgeois
> and reformist forces,  and even from those of the Extraparliamentary Left.
> In  contrast to the fabrications of the government and bourgeois politicians
> that "the country has not gone bankrupt," along with those of ND and  the
> Khruschevite socialdemocratic parties of "K"KE and SYN, who are also
> disputing
> the existence of bankruptcy,1 the bankruptcy is a concrete and painful fact
> for
> the working class, as well as the people and the country in general.
> An  analysis of the relevant economic data can certainly reach the
> conclusion
> that the figures composing-indicating in an indisputable way  the bankruptcy
> of
> Greek economy are: 1. an overwhelming  external debt of more than 300
> billion
> Euros, or about 120% of GDP (in a  country with a minimal to inexistent
> industrial production, while even  the "production" of waiters decreased
> with
> the drop of tourism since  last year), 2. a huge deficit of more than 30
> billion
> Euros or 14,5% of GDP, 3. a usurious 7-10% interest rate with a spread of
> 500-700 bps (an interest rate that only bankrupt countries are borrowing
> with),
> 4. inability of "managing"-serving the external debt, 5. the triple severe
> supervision by the Commission-ECB-IMF and designation of financial politicy
> not
> by the elected government but by the delegations of the imperialist
> Organizations, 6. recourse  to the so-called EU-IMF "support mechanism"
> (i.e.
> enslavement) for a  further loan, again with a usurious interest rate of 5%.
> 3. Occupation of the country by the "troika": Commission-ECB-IMF. The
> extreme
> neoliberal financial policy of Karamanlis government, the  unprecedented
> looting
> of public wealth, the successive great scandals,  etc., etc., that led the
> country's economy to bankruptcy, with  the doubling of external debt and the
> deficit's surge to 14,5% of GDP,  rendered Greece a weak link of imperialist
> EU
> and the target of severe  attacks of international speculative and usurious
> capital - in  combination with the intense antagonism between Dollar and
> Euro
> -
> leading to an inability of borrowing and the surge of spreads to
> overwhelming
> heights. Eventually, the newly-elected Papandreou  government, also
> continuing
> the destructive neoliberal financial policy,  is turning to the notorious
> and
> newly-created "support mechanism" of EU and IMF, with first and fore mostly
> the
> imperialist EU, as well as the government of PASOK, being responsible.
> During  this year, the crisis and the bankruptcy of Greek economy also
> brought
> to the surface the profound crisis within the domain of imperialist EU,  and
> furthermore, highlighted acutely the relations of servitude, dependence and
> exploitation of the smaller weak capitalist countries, such as Greece, by
> the
> large  imperialist countries, first being France-Germany, which not only
> imposed to Greece a usurious interest rate of 5%, but pressed-are  pressing
> Greece to buy military equipment manufactured in those  countries.
> All these developments led to an unprecedented, in terms of severity, and
> long-lasting supervision of  Greek economy by the imperialist Organizations
> and
> the placement of  permanent representatives of theirs at Athens, creating a
> completely new  situation: a new occupation of the country, without troops.
> It  is certainly a fact that Greece's incorporation to the imperialist
> and its entrance to the EMU had as a consequence the drastic  limitation of
> its
> governments' role (having an essentially decorative  role), as well as of
> all
> small, weak and dependent EU member-states, in  the outlining of financial
> politics, since this is determined in its  basic directions by the powerful
> EU
> monopolies, and are only validated ex post facto by their local
> puppet-parliaments, thus deepening evern further and reinforcing imperialist
> dependence. The  notorious "Stability and Growth Pact" of the Maastricht
> Treaty
> essentially meant an almost absolute loss of national sovereignty for  the
> dependent member-states of the imperialist EU, such as Greece,  despite the
> much-publicized illusory "equal" co-operation-alliance of  nationally
> sovereign
> states within the EU domain.
> Yet, there is no doubt that the current situation is different, much worse
> than
> the previous one, and completely new,  since all aspects of Greek economy
> are
> decided and determined directly  and absolutely by the branches of the
> imperialist Organizations Commission-ECB-IMF. The  recognition and
> realization
> of this situation requires the  intensification of the class struggle of the
> working class and all broad  popular masses against imperialist dependence
> in
> general, and the  country's dependence by the imperialist European Union in
> particular.
> But this new occupation -  which is obviously accepted and supported by the
> servile government of  PASOK - is disputed by the social democrats of "K"KE
> by
> considering it  inexistent, beautifying in this way not only imperialist
> dependence but also its particular further deepening and strengthening. A
> "talented" social democrat from "K"KE even reached the point of claiming
> that
> because NAR-ANTARSYA2 correctly recognize that the country "under IMF'S
> occupation," this means that they are "absolving the government and giving
> shelter to them."3Only Khruschevite social democrats are capable of blabbing
> such incredible flubs.
> The appointed members of the Commission-ECB-IMF troika  - these unscrupulous
> and
> stiffening representatives of European and  international capital - are
> working
> out the implementation of the most  extreme neoliberal measures of cutting
> down
> wages and pensions,  increasing mass unemployment, poverty and immiseration
> of
> broad popular  masses, measures of annihilating privatizations as well as
> plundering of  the country's resources and of turning them over to - mainly
> -
> foreign  capital, as well as its "poor relative," the local capital, with
> catastrophic consequences for the workers as well as the country.
> 4. Violent abolition of all workers' gains at all levels.  The
> representatives
> of the "troika's" imperialist Organizations and the  servile government of
> mounted an attack unprecedented in  vehemence and intensity - the larger
> since
> the years of "the political  changeover" - against the class interests of
> the
> working class and all  working people, embracing all levels - an attack in
> favour of European and international, as well as big local capital.
> All  the gains of the workers were demolished and annihilated violently
> overnight, the peak being 8 July when even the last remnants of the  working
> class's rights were abolished. The disgraceful "Memorandum" - a  "Loan
> Agreement
> between Greek Government-European Union-International  Monetary Fund" of
> colonial nature - besides being a monument of  servitude, it moreover marks
> the
> "graveyard" of workers' gains. Among  others, already "lying" in this
> "graveyard" are the 13th and 14th pension, as well workers' 13th and 14th
> salary, while a pension with a 65-year age-limit and 40-year
> employment-limit
> and a way of estimating it that is leading to a 40%  decrease was enacted.
> The tremendous cut back on wages and  pensions, the continuous increase of
> mass
> unemployment, the high level  of inflation (over 5,5%) and the unprecedented
> waves of high prices,  great tax increases especially in goods of mass
> consumption, cut backs  on social expenses, etc. aggravated the condition of
> the
> working class  and broad popular masses dramatically, deepening the process
> of
> their  absolute immiseration to the extreme and confirming afresh Marx's
> theory
> of absolute immiseration,  which was repeatedly declared "dead" and
> "outdated"
> by the bourgeois  and traditional social democrats as well by the social
> democrats of  Khruschevite "K"KE (in 1976, S. Zorbalas, GC of "K"KE's
> "Marxist"
> Research Center claimed that the absolute immiseration of the  proletariat
> did
> not exist in advanced capitalist countries and the USA: "without  excluding
> absolute immiseration, specifically in some branches and  certain popular
> layers, such as USA's Negroes and minorities, the  proletariat's relative
> immiseration is the dominant tendency in these  countries.")4
> The working class, despite the relatively massive strikes and marches, the
> central motto of which was "capitalist must pay for the crisis and
> bankruptcy,"
> was  not able to hold off the attacks of international and local capital. It
> could not have cancelled the promotion and implementation of extreme
> anti-worker/anti-popular measures, because these strikes, with the
> responsibility of reformist workers' patrons of  GSEE-ADEDY-PASKE-PAME-AP:5
> 1)
> did not succeed in even having the necessary massiveness, which is
> absolutely
> necessary for aborting the measures, 2) were split, and 3) their  major
> characteristic was an absolute lack of unity. Another  contributing
> important
> factor was the lack of prompt organizing, as well  as many more and
> successive
> strike mobilizations. All these factors  prevented the exercise of larger
> pressure to the government of PASOK and  their bosses Commission-ECB-IMF.
> Certainly, the workers'  patrons GSEE-ADEDY-PASKE-PAME-AP are first, fore
> mostly
> and absolutely  to blame for this consequence, for they are serving the
> interests of  capital with the reformist line of class collaboration (the
> activity of the fascists of DAKE (ND)6 is not necessary to mention, since
> they
> are nevertheless defending  capital openly), for neither wanting not
> attempting
> to achieve the  MASSIVENESS of strike mobilizations against
> anti-popular/anti-worker  measures. It is obvious that without MASSIVE
> strike
> mobilizations, it is  impossible to hold off capital's attacks. Without
> strike  mobilization, through the perpetuation of misery, the "return" of
> workers into trade unions and the creation of grass-roots trade unions  in
> firms
> are impossible. Only MASSIVENESS can exercise a significant  pressure to any
> given governments for the abortion of whichever  anti-popular measures.
> But the UNITY of strike rallies is a  presupposition of MASSIVENESS.
> cannot be achieved without  UNITY, an issue directly connected to the
> strikebreaking role of the reformist leaders PAME (the trade-union
> controlled by
> the "Communist" Party of Greece-"K"KE).
> The strikebreakers-reformist leaders of PAME -- through the permanent
> fragmentation of strike rallies with their separate gatherings -- helped in
> the
> past the government of the monarchofascist  party of Nea Dimokratia, with C.
> Karamanlis as prime minister, to  promote and implement all the
> anti-popular/anti-worker measures; today,  by continuing the same disruptive
> tactic in strike rallies, they  are in the service of the government of the
> big
> bourgeois PASOK, and  they are helping-enabling it to pass the present
> annihilating measures. For it is not possible for the reformist leaders of
> to not understand that with their strikebreaking tactic they break
> immediately
> the UNITY of strike rallies, obstruct  their MASSIVENESS and, thus, render
> the
> strike rallies INEFFICIENT  before hand.
> Here, it is worth reminding that, when the working  class managed 10 years
> ago
> to hold off the the-then capital attack,  forcing Simitis's government to
> withdraw the Insurance Bill of  Giannitsis, this became possible because the
> strike mobilizations of  that time had been characterized by a UNITY that
> secured that  unprecedented MASSIVENESS - not only in Athens and
> Thessaloniki,
> but  throughout Greece - with the enormous militant participation of workers
>  in
> strikes and demonstrations.
>  The Political Committee of the "Movement for the Reorganisation of the
> Communist Party of Greece 1918-55"
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> Greece
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