We have been deliberately ambivalent toward Sanders: if he can run and win, go for it. At the same time we have tried to expose his social democratic and new dealist farce that coopts the terms ‘socialism’ and ‘revolution’. In the end Sanders is no socialist and has led those who might have remained unconfused by terminology into a morass. Why did Sanders balk at the Clinton moment. If he runs he can’t really use his old slogans as a ‘socialist democrat’, now sadly hype.
At a time of planetary crisis the terms ‘socialism’ and ‘revolution’ deserve their real meanings.
Jeremy Corbyn and Bernie Sanders transformed their respective countries’ policy agendas. That’s exactly why they can’t step aside for other candidates.
Source: The Fight Is Far From Over