:: His own or Trotsky's? Which is it?
: I think a combination of both, I've yet to meet a Trot who isnt just another would be mighty bureaucrat who thinks they'll sort themselves out with a nice office job bossing people about in the name of 'socialism' and to hell with the workers real conditions.
What does this have to do with Barry or Trotsky? I'm afraid you will have to do more than just recount YOUR OWN experience with "Trots".
I could just as easily say that the "Trots" I have met have been hard-core anti-bureaucratic 'comrades' AND WHERE WOULD WE BE? Please show the reader the courtesy of PRIMARY REFERENCES.
: : : he commands a real knowledge of bolshevik literature,
: : Yes he does; which, by the way, makes your backbiting seem pretty darn lazy.
: Explain to me exactly how my supposed 'backbiting' (Let's be clear and being just as consistant) is 'darn lazy', I provided sources he scoffed at them, I'm also political not religious so I dont differentiate between any political theorist, Marx, Bakunin, Proudhon, Mattick, and adam and it's the best course of action to take.
You provide the explanation in your last sentence - you don't "differentiate between any political theorist". Pretty darn lazy if you ask me. (Also see above).