seems to be a comment from the ultra-left where every difference means an immediate break. no wonder so many ultra-left formations are existing in India today.
for every problem that exists in the SFI, there are hundreds others which can be cited as examples of major struggles based on correct politics from all over the country.
the point however is to adopt a balanced view wherein the positives and the negatives are assessed objectively. both extremes need to be avoided - that the negatives entirely negate the positives, or the positives can be cited to gloss over the negatives. SFI-JNU's position seems have been adopted on the basis of making serious interventions, not for the sake of highbrowed moralizing.
In your view there are only two options - 'shadow-boxing' or complete break/independence. wish you would read more of communist literature to know what such views are called. Comrade Lenin gave an apt description and label - 'infantile disorder.' an appeal to you to come out of such straitjacketed ways of thinking and bring more substantive issues on the table.
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