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South Africa unite black and white stop the racism war at Universities

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South Africans need to unite to raise as one body forget what color the other person is lets work together to save our economy crisis, stop the racism war at schools and universities. Separeted we fall but together we stan and raise both black and white. We all know South Africa is the African hope to restore Africa so we really need to work together as one body to save our Economy crisis

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South Africa United we must stand to retore our society as one body

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  The train system in South Africa its a means of transport for people who are struggling, i have done a survy talked to people using train as means of transport to work. My question was why do people of South Africa keep burning the train they useto work and i was told that people burn trains because they are not happy with the services they receive from the metro and prasa train services in South Africathey complain about the train services being very poor they come late and sometimesstops…

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Lets restore discipline in South African schools

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The is choas this days in our South African schools school kids not respecting teachers abusing teachers emotionaly because they have rights, we see on the news kids fightingtheir teachers and swearing at teachers, i asked my self this question how are we going to restore discipline in our schools and society because kids have rights and teachers are not given ways to discipline kids and some of this kids are from families were they are raised by grandmothers because the mother is not home he went…

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Lets restore discipline in South African schools

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The is choas this days in our South African schools school kids not respecting teachers abusing teachers emotionaly because they have rights, we see on the news kids fightingtheir teachers and swearing at teachers, i asked my self this question how are we going to restore discipline in our schools and society because kids have rights and teachers are not given ways to discipline kids and some of this kids are from families were they are raised by grandmothers because the mother is not home he went…

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Can a shared ideology unite leftist activists?

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(The text below was published before on Titas Biswas' blog The Perspectives.) Introduction Drastic change is needed now. Millions upon millions of people are denied a decent life. Our environment is being ravaged in the name of profit for a few. Natural resources are being wasted and exhausted. The emission of greenhouse gases is accelerating and seems unstoppable. Governments everywhere are increasing the surveillance of their citizens and other means of controlling the population. Many problems…

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PART 4 OF PARTICIPATORY ECONOMICS: ADDRESSING CRITICISMS

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By Michael Albert (CONTINUED FROM PARTS 1,2 & 3)   Participatory Planning Will Destroy Efficiency This critic says having a participatory economy will cause our economic lives to involve too much waste of effort. We will either fail to produce what we want, or we will produce it, but with too much waste, utilizing capacities poorly, etc. This is a very fair concern which, however, does overlap with some we have already addressed. If an economy wastes our talents, energies, resources,…

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PART 4 OF PARTICIPATORY ECONOMICS: ADDRESSING CRITICISMS

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By Michael Albert (CONT 1,2 & 3)   Participatory Planning Will Destroy Efficiency This critic says having a participatory economy will cause our economic lives to involve too much waste of effort. We will either fail to produce what we want, or we will produce it, but with too much waste, utilizing capacities poorly, etc. This is a very fair concern which, however, does overlap with some we have already addressed. If an economy wastes our talents, energies, resources, that is…

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PART 3 OF PARTICIPATORY ECONOMICS: ADDRESSING CRITICISMS

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By Michael Albert (CONTINUED FROM PARTS 1&2)   Parecon Sacrifices Privacy and Imposes Frenzy Any economy is on at least some counts good, of course, but if that economy is really bad on other counts, it can lose much of its luster. Does parecon achieve equity and its other virtues by sacrificing people’s privacy or by imposing unreasonable pressures on people to participate when they would rather be doing other things? Parecon recognizes that economic decisions about both…

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PART 2 OF PARTICIPATORY ECONOMICS PART 2: ADDRESSING CRITICISMS

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By Michael Albert  (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS BLOG-DIDN'T SEEM TO WANT TO FIT IT ALL INTO ONE)   Parecon is Ahistorical These critics say that parecon is detached from history and displays a curious disregard for like-minded voices from the past. Albert and Hahnel write as if they have invented parecon, these critics say, but, as with all insight, it was instead a product of a synthesis of many decades, if not centuries, of anti authoritarian struggle. It is presented more like a mathematical…

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