DSA and Russia's War on Ukraine: Toward a Mass Movement of Solidarity with Ukraine - New Politics

Dec 26, 2022 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

48% : In both cases, if spending serves a proper social purpose (whether enabling Ukraine's self-defense or thwarting a pandemic), then the position of socialists has to be to call for either nationalization under democratic control of the relevant industries or taxes on excess profits, not blocking the spending.
43% : Our politics are all about solidarity: Solidarity with oppressed and struggling people everywhere, whether their oppressor is a pro-American regime, like Saudi Arabia, or Israel, or Honduras, or the Philippines, or whether it is an anti-American regime, like Russia, or Iran, or China, or Nicaragua.
40% : Instead, Dalbon and the IC have joined with those sectors of the "peace movement" that place blame for what's happening on the United States, the European Union, and NATO, rather than on the Russian aggressor.
35% : And of course, later in the century the left stood with non-leftists such as Mohammad Mosaddegh against the U.S. and British coup in Iran, Nasser against the UK-French-Israeli aggression of 1956, and Lebanon against Israel's 1982 invasion.

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