..But it doesn't sound like a sweat shop does it? You can quote the dollar value of the wages, but compare that to the rest of the region. I prefer my communists not to be factory owners, but that's from a slightly childish or vulgar socialist position. If you could fund 'revolutionary activity' as a practically full time job from a business interest I'm sure you would. Like or dislike his politics he hardly sounds like an evil capitalist (or hypocritical)slave driver.
But granted the sensuality quote belongs in Mills and Boon, not Lalkar.