DMNC: ‘what is to be done’…and ecological socialism in practice

https://redfortyeight.com/?s=democratic+market+neo-communism

We have changed our logo again and will keep it up for a short review of the question of ‘realizable socialism’.

https://redfortyeight.com/2019/03/15/selections-from-democratic-market-neo-communism-5/

The idea emerged in the vacuum of marxist/leftist views of what an evolutionary/revolutionary socialism should actually look like. The refusal to plan ahead for the need to construct a socialist system led to disastrous results…

This is a selection from the Kindle/public domain PDF of Democratic Market Neo-communism transferred back from PDF format to microsoft Word with possibly quirky results.The point here is to abandon classic communism as the nightmare it is for a version as here that will produce a robust economy, satisfy ecological constraints, and still appeal to a new public, the universal class and its core sector the working class.  The way to do that is to create a communism with the look of liberalism, and a liberalism with the look of communism. A difficult task, at first, but with a new set of mental habits the job almost does itself.

The original document needs more work, some amplification and a closer focus on ecological socialism. Start thinking, how construct a neo-communism that will not provoke a fury of refusal in a general public? Our version has three sectors and allows markets run by socialist entrepreneurs/managers to license resources from the Commons to engage in a new form of socialist market. Issues of ‘clearing’ and the hastles of such as Ludwig Mises don’t even arise, in theory. But new forms of planning are visible on the horizon we have a system with immense potential light years from the stolid idiocy of marxist type pseudo-communism with its state capitalism, etc…

https://www.dropbox.com/home/Public?preview=Democratic_Market_Neo_Communism_ver_5.pdf

Universal versus working class…Green revolution and an equal pie

Despite our swipe against union bosses in the previous post our DMNC explicitly suggests the need for unions in our multi-sector system. As our DMNC turns green a new ‘bourgeoisie’ could easily arise and start to exploit in the name of green socialism. We need additional checks and balances and a set of safeguards against a ‘new bourgeoisie’. But our format is still oversimplified and needs some careful test logic to ‘debug’ its possible deviations…

The bourgeoisie will at some point change gears be more than happy to turn the working class into a peasantry in the name of a Green crisis. Continue reading “Universal versus working class…Green revolution and an equal pie”