There are a great many narratives which are detrimental to the American workers, but perhaps the most detrimental is the story of the lazy poor person. It is a course a fallacy. Most of the people in the United States who are poor, work. But then you tell them that, and they’ll begin to make of fun of people in “Menial jobs”. “Oh they didn’t work hard enough, so they are poor now.” How lazy are they when they spend hours preparing. The food you eat while earning much less than you do. It ignores the facts, every job is necessary, someone has to make the hamburgers. But everyone does not have to be poor. Someone takes all he money those workers make, that is why they are poor. If the workers owned their corporation, everyone would be payed a living wage.


Workers-Collectives; the future of socialism

The best hope for socialism in the United States of America. Why? Because it is a non-violent form of revolution that will allow the workers to seize the means of production. What would seizing the means of productions for the worker? Well it would at the very least mean that you as the worker would own the corporation and be responbile for all decisons made. In my model, all workers would equally share in the profits of this corporation, however, this is more of a base rate. It would be established in each factory what the average number of units produced or some other measurement. If a worker produced more than this then they would receive more than the the base rate. A worker who produce less then the average would receive less than the base rate. Thus workers who are more productive will earn more money. The ideal in this system would have no ” management”. However, some upper level staff may exist, but they would still be required to produce some good, or provide some service, and would only be payed marginally more than other workers. This a small taste of what socialism can be for working Americans, and workers of the world.

Miranda and Lauren are my best friends.

I often get into many arguments about socialism with Lauren, but we alsways manage to stay friends. I think being amiable is one of the most important things in any argument. Unless the opposite side of the argument acts in bad faith.


There are so many things floating about the web about socialism, but most of them are misinformed, or some form of right-wing propaganda. That’s why I’m here, to dispel the myths, to show the American public, that socialism is not Russia, or China, it can be in America, and it truly liberate the people