There are pointers in the news every day to the greed, mismanagement and self-interest of the capitalist ruling class. This blog reviews the news to give a sharper picture of the problems caused by class relations, market relations, especially labour market relations.

I want to see work, production and distribution organised to meet the all needs of humanity, including a sustainable planet, everyone having a say, personal freedom, and fulfilment. I hope readers will see the solution as overturning capitalist relations, by organising as part of the class who must work, to replace the power of the ruling class with democratic control of an economy based on common collective ownership.

I agree with the politics of Workers’ Liberty http://www.workersliberty.org

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