Monday, December 31, 2012

Quote of the Day

"In the 19th century here, without any influence of Marxism or any European thinking, it was pretty much assumed that wage labour is about the same as slavery - it's different only in that it's temporary. That was such a cliché that it was a slogan of the Republican Party. And for northern workers in the civil war that was the banner under which they fought - that wage slavery is as bad as slavery. That had to be beaten out of people's heads. I don't think it's far under the surface, I think it could come back at any time." - Noam Chomsky


Anonymous said...

This statement by Noam stands in contrast to others where he reveals his support for Obama, reformism & coops.

Anonymous said...

He also supports state capitalists governments and leaders, and then, he says that he supports Anarchism. At the time of elections he always tells peoples to vote for the Democratic Party. There are many workers in this world who do not like to be called wage slaves when in reality we are slaves without chains in our feet, we only have the freedom to elect our masters