Socialism in 21st Century

Posted: 02/10/2016 in Corbyn, Democracy, Education, Finance, Freedom, Health, ONE planet, War


Have enjoyed listening to Corbyn’s conference speech, I thought it was an excellent leadership speech and rallying call – function of conference (but I am biassed). It is refreshing to hear a socialist party leader actually discussing socialism.

corbyn

Here are his “not-the-ten commandments” – well worth considering [25.56]:-

zbulletFull Employment
zbulletHomes Guarantee
zbulletSecurity at work
zbulletStrong public National Health Service and social care
zbulletNational Education Service for all
zbulletAction on Climate Change
zbulletPublic Ownership and Control of our Services
zbulletCut in the Inequality of Income and Wealth
zbulletAction to Secure an Equal Society
zbulletPeace and Justice at the Heart of our International Policy

Who would not want this? 1%.
Can it be financed? I have always believed such policies can be financed if a government has the strength to enforce its policies. Here is how John McDonnell intends to do it:-

mcdonnell

Feasible – the figures work.

Will they allow it to happen? Of course not. But it is well worth a battle to see how far we can win back rights for humanity in general, and not just the privileged few.

Books:- Treatise, Wai Zandtao Scifi, Matriellez Education.

Blogs:- Ginsukapaapdee, Matriellez.

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Comments
  1. zandtao says:

    Am feeling down. Just to get a feel I watched Theresa May at her conference (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08JN73K1JDc), and if I am any judge of British people she would hav won over the majority. Sadly Corbyn had to address all the issues dividing the party rather than addressing the people. May could address jingoism and British arrogance and all the other stuff that makes me live outside the UK. Maybe a united Labour party could convince the people that May was telling porkies.

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