• No more concentration of wealth and decisional power

    Will the contemporary, unbridled process of concentration of wealth and consequent power to decide on the global and on each country’s courses be eternal? Some argue that this process is here to stay, as it was believed by those minorities that imposed empires and dictatorships. They forget that history shows the fall and disappearance of practically every system that believed to be permanent. Such could be the destiny of this destructive phase of ruthless financial capitalism. What remains to be seen is whether the present system will not resist an accumulation of social forces that will force its transformation or, …

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  • Those dusts brought these muds

    Under Trump’s chaotic administration United States are heading towards an authoritarian, non-representative, and sloppy regime that will end up in a categorical division between states and regions. The dysfunctionalities of a constitutional model designed for another time and currently exploited by just one bi-cephalous party (plutocrats together with low reactionary sectors), have made a dictator apprentice climb up and perch onto power.

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  • Ecological Repair: A Hope for the Human Economies

    We can find different types of economies in almost every society. A private business economy; a public purpose economy (governments and their agencies, as well as not-for-profit and international institutions acting for some broader good than their own profit or enrichment – though they may differ widely in their definitions of what is “good”); and a core economy where households and communities carry on their internal activities of production, distribution and consumption. The core economy’s justification and purpose is the survival and well-being of its members. It is located in home, family, and neighborhood; places that function as markets for …

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  • Initiatives

    Wall Street scam crushes United States economic future (in Spanish)– Sam Pizzigati Read article   Turbulent, hydroelectric microturbine with less environmental impact   Oración del remanso – Jorge Fandermole

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  • Reflections

    Regarding a “better” society Is it really “better” a society where possibilities are restricted to less than a third of its population? What happens with solidarity and even with the sense of security that is lost when one is surrounded by people that lust for or envy what one has? Is it possible to be happy in a violent and fragmented society? What happens with creativity and intellectual development that require a liberating and enriching education? Is it possible to be happy in a bubble of consumption governed by foreign interests? Hoenir Sarthou   Regarding the denial of global warming …

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