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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a writer and digital editor for [[China Daily]] in [[Beijing]], [[China]].
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a writer and digital editor for [[China Daily]] in [[Beijing]], [[China]]. From [[Houston]] [[Texas]].
  
 
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==CP of Houston==

Latest revision as of 15:04, 27 July 2020

Ian Goodrum


Ian Goodrum is a writer and digital editor for China Daily in Beijing, China. From Houston Texas.

CP of Houston

Ian Goodrum started as a member of the Communist Party of Houston.[1]

CPUSA internationalist resolution

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15. INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY WITH THE TARGETS OF IMPERIALIST AGGRESSION

WHEREAS the Communist Party USA reaffirms its support for, and friendship with, the peoples and countries suffering under the brutality and ruthlessness of U.S. imperialism, and recognizes that political parties and other organizations are standing up in resistance, and

WHEREAS the people of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the Communist Party of Venezuela, the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, and other parties in the Great Patriotic Pole courageously resist imperialist encirclement, and

WHEREAS the people of the Republic of Cuba, the Communist Party of Cuba, and the defenders of the Cuban Revolution everywhere uphold a common mission of ensuring that Cuba thrive and remain independent in the face of the cruel U.S. blockade, and

WHEREAS the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Workers’ Party of Korea, and parties belonging to the Fatherland Liberation Front of Korea tirelessly pursue peace and denuclearization on behalf of all the people of the Korean Peninsula, and

WHEREAS the people of the People’s Republic of China, the Communist Party of China, and other political formations in China together practice peaceful development and seek cooperation and mutual benefit in the face of U.S. trade hegemony, and

WHEREAS the people of the occupied Palestinian territories and the greater Palestinian diaspora remain true to their valiant struggle against Israeli settlement and violence, and

WHEREAS peoples throughout the world, notably in Colombia, Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Sudan, Haiti, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia, and many more countries, have been victimized to an increasing degree by the actions of the U.S. government,

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Communist Party USA, meeting in Chicago for its 31st National Convention during June 21-23, 2019, dedicate action, solidarity, and moral support to the goal of ending the scourge of U.S. imperialism, so the peoples of all nations may enter a new age of peace and prosperity.

Submitted by the International Department, Communist Party USA and Ian Goodrum, Texas.[2]

Pro-China

Peoples World "Socialism under attack from scared White House October 26, 2018" by Ian Goodrum.[3]

But in China, poverty and unemployment continue to drop, as eliminating these social ills is a top priority for the CPC. This would not be possible in a Western-style capitalist system.
It’s true some countries have prospered and developed under capitalism, like Japan and South Korea. But they still made use of heavy state intervention and had to strictly abide by U.S. and Europe’s rules. Japan, in particular, saw its rise in the 1980s cut short by interference from the West, as U.S. demands and marketization led to a calamitous asset bubble. After the end of the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation underwent a U.S.-guided capitalist transition that saw freefalling life expectancies and soaring unemployment. As these examples and many others show, following Washington’s lead has severe consequences.
China and other countries governed by communist parties stand alone in that they have been able to chart their own course and resist imperialist aggression. They have not been subject to the same stringent limitations which keep so much of the developing world languishing in poverty and debt, limitations following the same rules of profit extraction analyzed by Marx in Capital.

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