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You are right DJP – it’s been changed now to remove any possible ambiguity
My fault I’m afraid – should read ‘socialism’ – will change it
Thanks for the comment
Just read the Contra economia page – it’s obviously defunct now, which is a pity because it does give a pretty good account of our position
BTW the link was corrupted – this one should work:
Thanks Alan, Great that she shares so many of our ideas, but this video promotes the idea of exchange between local producer communities (at 6 minutes 40 seconds) and there’s no discussion of how stuff that can’t be produced locally or on a small scale (steel or MRI scanners, for example). Seems a bit backwards looking to me. As he has read this and other stuff from the author, perhaps Cde Moss can shed some light on these 2 issues…
Just had a quick sdquint at this – of course she ends up with the argument that we need to get together with everyone seeking ‘justice’ etc. so we know where that leads nowhere. Have you thought about contacting her Alan – bet she hasn’t heard of us!
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I’ll bring this issue up at the next Internet committee meeting on Monday 8 August
OK thanks both – will take your contributions back to the group so that we can bemuse on them. Any further contributions?
I forgot to add the link to the above piece – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/uk-59371347
sorry that the text came out a bit garbled in my first post – must be due to formatting on the original webpage
Here’s an interesting insight into how capital will protect the planet (!) – https://mail2web.com/cgi-bin/redir.asp?lid=0&newsite=https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/nov/03/secretive-court-system-poses-threat-to-climate-deal-says-whistleblower
My difficulty was, as I suspected, due to the lack of ‘polish’, as the economic effects that each of you describe are evident from the subsequent text, but thanks anyway for both replies.