ocialism we meat that all the wealth created by the workers became the common property of the working class, as it should be. Under capitalism, workers have no control over what is produced and how. All that is decided by how much profit some capitalist will gain. But socialism enables the working class to decide how to organize itself and the resources of society to meet the needs of the people.
Apologists advocate a “just wage.” A “just” wage is enough to keep a person alive and fit to return to work the next day – provided he or she is frugal.
he boss class is entirely superfluous as far as the real productive processes are concerned. The function of the capitalist owners has for a long time been merely to control and manoeuvre the course of industry to yield the most profits.
A new consciousness has sprouted up, worldwide, amongst students, youth, trade-union activists, environmentalists, and human rights and religious people. The destructive results of unbridled capitalist globalisation on our planet have become so blatant that a new opposition movement is pressing for controls on capital and for radical alternatives to the profit system. This new movement holds great potential for all of us who are out to change the world towards a place where human solidarity and human needs come first. But the battle of ideas is intense within it, and the outcome of this battle will shape the future of the movement.
The Tories and the Labour are two cheeks of one backside. The only difference between them is that the Tories are in office and Labour is out of government. But in the final analysis, they are both serve by the same master – the City of London industrialists and financiers. But these parties do not say or even do the identical thing. They have special and different duties to perform towards their common master. Holding the reins of power, its policiesstatus quo
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