Ecosocialism

10/02/19
Author: 
The Dig
 February 01, 2019

Venezuela
 
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27/01/19
Author: 
Socialist Project

 

[Click here to listen to the  discussion at this public meeting in Toronto on Jan 26]

[See also the statement by the Democratic Socialists of America further below]

Speak out against the ongoing coup attempt in Venezuela and the U.S. and Canadian government’s support!

25/01/19
Author: 
Richard Fidler

Dec 12, 2018

Introduction

Québec solidaire will make climate change the party’s main political campaign issue in the coming year, both in and outside the National Assembly. The campaign will build on the major proposals in the QS economic transition plan featured in the recent Quebec general election.

25/01/19
Author: 
Various

 

[Web page editors note: See this compilation of articles that offer background for understanding events in Venezuela.]

Venezuela: Is President Maduro 'illegitimate'? 10 facts to counter the lies

[reposted from Green Left Weekly]

by Pascualina Curcio, January 25, 2019

25/01/19

Click here for this leaflet distributed by Vancouver Ecosocialists.

31/12/18
Author: 
Michael D. Yates
Workers and supporters picket outside the Sheraton Boston by Marriott in Boston on October 3, 2018. Building the world anew under a new social order is the hardheaded realism the working class must face. CRAIG F. WALKER / THE BOSTON GLOBE VIA GETTY IMAGES

There have been millions of conflicts that reflect the fundamental antagonism between the working class and capital: in workplaces, in politics, in most of the institutions that help make the system tick. Through struggles, workers, sometimes in alliance with peasants, have won markedly better working conditions, protective laws, extensive social welfare provisions, even, in a few cases, sweeping revolutionary transformations. They have fought against racism and sexism and the destruction of Mother Earth. Indeed, the working class has significantly changed the world.

21/12/18
Author: 
Philippe Marliere

"Interesting article in parts. The brief exploration of direct vs. representative democracy poses a question we don't think about often, let alone discuss. If representative democracy leads to "oligarchy" (we have called it "bureaucracy" in unions and left parties) and direct democracy has a definite tendency to wear people out, what can we do? Of course, this is a problem we'd love (theoretically) to be facing now or soon, but, even though it isn't urgent for us, it is a question that haunts the history of revolution." - Gene McGuckin

20/12/18
Author: 
Michael Löwy
ecosocialism tree-fist
Posted on December 19, 2018

Michael Löwy initiates a wide-ranging debate on the great transition from capitalist destruction to a just and sustainable future

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