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We could provide everyone with an abundance of everything they need to live a good life, all whilst reducing the workweek significantly: the future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed yet.
In the 1930s, it was predicted that advances in technology and productivity would mean, that by now, we’d be working a 15 hour week. The predicted advances happened, but led to an intensification, rather than a reduction of work.
Instead of the conservative motto “the right to work” we suggest a new maxim: “the liberation from work.”
At a growth rate of 3% a year, the economy will double in size after 23 years. This means, by the end of the century, it will be 10 times bigger than it is now. To stay within ecological limits, we must change the system by significantly reducing the amount of work people do, by sharing out the necessary labour, and gearing production towards meeting human needs rather than the logics of capital.
The new police, crime and sentencing bill seeks not only to criminalise non-violent protest but also trespass. This targets travellers but could also have an unprecedented impact on the rights of squatters, rough sleepers and ramblers. On the 372 year anniversary of the Diggers; we say reclaim the commons.
Build a new society in the shell of the old! Build dual power!
In libertarian municipalism, dual power is meant to be a strategy for creating precisely those libertarian institutions of directly democratic assemblies that would oppose and replace the State. It intends to create a situation in which the two powers, the municipal confederations and the nation-state, cannot coexist, and one must sooner or later displace the other.
Posters based on Haikus about crap jobs.
Take back the city; build counter power.
As we reach a number of climate tipping points, failure to act means locking humanity into extinction. At a growth rate of 3% a year, the economy will double in size after 23 years. This means by the end of the century it will be 10 times bigger than it is now.
We must must change the system, by significantly reducing the amount of work people do, sharing out the necessary labour, and gearing production towards meeting human and ecological needs, rather than the logics of capital.