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RE: Anarcho-syndikalism

Bulent Epikur Wrote:
In some way, it's out of fashion, like the whole communism-, socialism stuff at the moment! Hehe
Ok, it's provocation pure for some buddies. Lachweg Pfeif

But, no harm meant! Maybe it would be really an alternative. Leastwise in this game.Pfeif

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I'll survive it. As I know Anarcho-Syndicalism is the better system, you can't provoce me.HehePfeif

15.06.2008 00:29
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Post: #12
RE: Anarcho-syndikalism

Kann mir mal jemand die Vor- und Nachteile dieser Reform nennen... Ich weiß nicht, ob ich das morgen machen soll oder nicht... Schadet das der Wirtschaft? Hmm


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Post: #13
RE: Anarcho-syndikalism

it damages your economy a lot, but it makes possible to have a state with a low gini, if you do the right decisons after this reform your economy should grow again.

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den klugen kann man überzeugen, den dummen muß man überreden

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Post: #14
RE: Anarcho-syndikalism

Anarcho-syndicalism is the name of a political way, not the name of the system. Anarcho-syndicalists (as me; FAU!) want to archieve anarchistic communism/socialism with syndicalist means. So we want to organize the proletariat through trade unions in order to make their class consciousness stronger.
The key point of anarcho-syndicalism is that the libertarian socialism can only be archieved by the workers. So it is unrealistic that the state can make an "anarcho-syndicalism" reform. A.S. is radical democracy and communism that comes from the bottom, never from the top.

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You got it wrong. There are no hierarchical structures. Everything will be decided by direct democracy. And if a council ("Rat", "soviet") has to elect someone to organize something (for example a teacher in school) this person must do what the council wants. So there is no authority.

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but a "rat" or "soviet" is such a structure, so a.s. still has some kind of hierarchy, as every one is a part of such a soviet, no one is outside the society as for example in the anomie, which is called anarchy by the most.


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An anarcho-syndicalist state. What an oxymoron...

20.05.2009 19:10
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hey im Spanish and in Spain a lot of people is anarkish but its not like olda times Wink (my father was member of the CNT)

I agree with that: The Anarkism is imposed from the bottom. But i also have some objections... In Spain during the Civil War, the goverment of the Second Republic (which its most important supporters were the communists and the anarkish) started some reforms of that type and they worked... and you see, if Hitler and Mussolini hadn't helped Franco probably they would have survived with the Republic Smile

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Post: #18
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I approve of this form but lets make it more collective towards the people

11.10.2012 16:20
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xaoc Wrote:
but a "rat" or "soviet" is such a structure, so a.s. still has some kind of hierarchy, as every one is a part of such a soviet, no one is outside the society as for example in the anomie, which is called anarchy by the most.


Anarchism is not in any way against organization, just power hierarchies, we're against rulers not leaders per se, this isn't like representative democracy where you elect someone to make decisions for you delegates are elected to represent and do exactly what the group he was elected to represent tell him to do, he can be recalled at any time, the function for this is for meetings where you can't have anybody attend

Although not all go for the delegate system


And I really want to have this reform but I've never gotten close to enough influence

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RE: Anarcho-syndikalism

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And I really want to have this reform but I've never gotten close to enough influence

Go to your regent tab, and click special actions. If you have enough actions points, do reform propaganda. Each time you'll do it, it will lower the required influence by 1 of all reforms, in that particular quarter. That's how you implement such reforms.


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