[diggers350] People's Assemblies Initiative
ilyan.thomas at virgin.net
Sat Jun 12 12:37:45 BST 2010
Look back to what the Coalition Govt did in the 1930s when the
fundamantals were not as bad as they are now.
The Global Commons Institute were calling for Contraction in the Economy
and Convergence in Living Standards was it ten or twenty years ago.
They were ignored.
There is an internal contradiction in Marxism, just as destructive as
the internal contradiction in Capitalism Marx described. It is a big
giggle that no Economist or Politician has seen it and all gaily go on
with policies that lead to mass extinction.
THey screwed up by misusing Keynes' remedy and do not have the guts to
introduce a progressive tax on wealth sufficient to clear the National
Debt and put right that misuse of Keynes.
To avoid the error of !930s they should abolish VAT, People should not
be holding down the size of their businesses to avoid being involved
with that bureaucracy.
"Invergordon Mutineer" written by Len Wincott as a confession to get him
out of a Gulag, dealt with that 1930s Coalition mess in part.
Best not to talk about Democracy - an invention of the Politicians to
take power from the people into the hands of the Politicians. At its
very best it is the Fascism of the Majority.
On 10/06/2010 18:47, Mark Barrett wrote:
> Great initiative from AWTW, please sign up and distribute widely:
> *Build People's Assemblies*
> A World to Win urges communities to unite to defeat the attacks by the
> Conservative-Lib Dem coalition government on public services and
> living standards already under way.
> Tens of thousands of public and private sector workers will lose their
> jobs and local communities be deprived of vital services unless we
> come together to defeat the government.
> What Cameron and Clegg call the ‘national interest’ in reality means
> doing what’s right by the bankers and speculators who are responsible
> for the global crisis in the first place.
> We should reject the spending cuts altogether. Financiers have already
> had their pound of flesh, with taxpayers’ bailing out the banks when
> they collapsed after running up enormous debts.
> The greatest economic and financial crisis since the 1930s is the
> responsibility of capitalist corporations and bankers. They have
> forfeited the right to run the world.
> Parliament won’t defend us and New Labour is equally responsible for
> the disaster. So A World to Win suggests that we create a network of
> People’s Assemblies to unite communities.
> People’s Assemblies will represent ordinary people’s interests,
> whether they are young or old, in work or unemployed, in the public or
> private sector, trade unionists, students, minorities and community
> groups resisting the cuts.
> The Assemblies will also look beyond a failed economic system where
> profit and speculation comes first and towards building a true
> democracy in place of the sham one we live under now.
> Register your support for a People’s Assembly in your area and
> together we can defeat the coalition and change the world.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Diggers350