Thursday, August 13, 2009

Debunking "Free Socialism", and Human Resource and Other Resource Allocation Issues


You are on the right path.

Libertarian socialism, otherwise known as anarcho-syndicalism and mutualism is a much more realistic opportunity than this totally idealistic idea of moneyless, "free-socialism" .

Very true, we need workers whose occupations are often associated with "management" capacities, like resource planners and allocation and economic democracy, inter-community and inter-regional relations faciliators, etc..

In the Ecosocialist model that considers the realities of a finite planet and currently overly competitive world, we need representative councils to make and mediate policies, to educate and inculcate cooperation and other important principles of peace, and local/regional leaders to serve similar functions and to craft and facilitate the implementation of programs and activities that are consistent with the world unity and cooperation "model".

It is not just a matter of workers gaining control of production and distribution, it is also a matter of how resources are allocated to and within communities and within and among economic sectors.

In Peace, Friendship, Cooperation, and Solidarity,

Mike Morin

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