Posted 1 year ago on Feb. 9, 2013, 1:31 a.m. EST by Kavatz
from Edmonton, AB
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Gar Alperovitz on the latest Alternative Radio show/podcast: "But I think it is just possible, maybe, if we are serious, and actually want to talk about systemic change, in real terms rather than rhetoric, and actually draw on the traditions of this country and our own imaginations, just possibly we can establish the foundations of the next system, that takes us beyond traditional corporate capitalism, traditional state socialism, and that builds a new vision that ain't like any of the other ones but is really a democratic society..."
Gar Alperovitz is Lionel R. Bauman Professor of Political Economy at the University of Maryland, College Park Department of Government and Politics.
I almost crapped while listening to this one... It's exactly what I'm attempting to do here: bring about systemic change and "a new vision that ain't like any of the other ones but is really a democratic society."
Please at least gander at the Topic References (see bottom) if you haven't already.
Are you getting annoyed yet by my plastering of links to the Conglomerate and Departmental Governance yet? Well, you had better get used to it, because I will continue to do so until I'm banned or a clone swoops in and blows me away.
Start now to wrap your mind around the 99% Conglomerate, and then watch as I continue to develop Departmental Governance.
Ask questions if something seems illogical or just stupid. You might do this if you are one of the unretarded few who can "actually draw on the traditions of this country and our own imaginations". You might do this if you are not mentally trapped in the brainwashed box of left and right.
Sure there's a lot to read, and I'm not backed by a bunch of credentials, and I've never had a book published, and I don't write so sophisticatedly... but I can challenge anyone to search for a flaw in this logic (if any exist) and use that feedback to make the idea even more flawless.
Back to Topic References: http://www.occupywallst.org/forum/conglomerate-and-dgrc-topic-references/