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R48G: the revolution is already underway. let’s be ready

September 3rd, 2017 · No Comments

We have suggested that we need a larger framework than simple working class politics, which isn’t working anyway. Our idea of the universal class implies a larger progression toward a new kind of social contract, democratic market neo-communism, which can have a working class focus, but in the context of members of all classes with socialist convictions working both nationally and transnationally on a rational system in the family of democratic realizations. It is easy to derive the idea of the Commons a principle of fairness and equality, but the result has to work and not get derailed in the monstrosity of bolshevism.
Our approach is a version of democracy and should attract consent where the bolshevism realization was really an imposed system. Our approach does not indulge in false utopianism and can be realized in stages, perhaps. But the question of democracy is a global one and we need an international to fix a set of relationships among an alliance of economic powers moving beyond capitalism…etc, etc…we have made our point many times but the current left seems unequipped to think creatively about what needs to be done. At the least we can consider the idea of ‘virtual revolution’ as a way to discipline the electicism of current activists.

The situation might seem hopeless, but in fact the capitalist system has rendered itself hopeless as we confront post-growth economies and ecological disaster as climate change: the revolution is already underway. Let’s be ready with something more than stale marxism…

https://www.dropbox.com/home/Public?preview=Democratic_Market_Neo_Communism_ver_5.pdf

archive: R48G: Coltan miners of the Congo don’t have the vote but are a key part of the US economy.

If we cite the working class we must include them and any electoral process that doesn’t is a fraud and unworthy of a socialist project…
August 10th, 2017 ·

We confront the terrible reality that conventional politics cannot deal with the crisis that has emerged…we need a larger platform than the conventional emphasis on working class politics (which can continue as before as a focal point to the universal class). The issue of the working class is simple: Coltan miners of the Congo don’t have the vote but are a key part of the US economy. If we cite the working class we must include them and any electoral process that doesn’t is a fraud and unworthy of a socialist project…

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