Barry Biddulph replies to Bob Goupillot and Allan Armstrong on communists and Scotland’s referendum.
Bob Goupillot and Allan Armstrong of the Republican Communist Network (RCN), want to create a new global order. Yet their starting point for a communist transition is a national territorial framework in general, as they acknowledge, and Scotland in particular. They argue that they are not nationalists, but internationalists, with a strategy of internationalism from below, in which small nation nationalism can be transformed into internationalism. This is a paradox. What is their tactical and strategic standpoint? Continue reading “The paradox of Nationalism as Internationalism from below”