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The Victoria and Albert Museum’s curators have created a seemingly infinite, multi-faceted immersion into the sounds and sights of the late 1960s which saw a heady mix of politics, protest and music. It was a revolution in social attitudes […]
New 2016 Hardback Edition, Citizen Press
Review by Frank Hayes
Marking the 1916 Easter Rising centenary, Dublin’s Citizen Press have republished LABOUR IN IRISH HISTORY, James Connolly’s seminal 1910 Marxist analysis of Ireland’s historical development. This timely imprint […]
The meeting opened with a moment’s silence to reflect on the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox earlier in the day.
Participants from Glasgow, Wigan, York, Swansea, Carmarthen, London and County Wicklow in Ireland were present.
Introduction by Paul Feldman
Today, as in […]
It’s time to look out for ourselves and each other, and to build the social and economic landscape anew, because our elected politicians are unwilling and unable to act on behalf […]
So, I’ve been thinking about a focus on this thing called democracy. and whether it’s the hook to hang a way out of all this crap. As part of this, me […]
I fervently support the aims of the Real Democracy Movement. I believe we need to sweep away a few cobwebs, including the monarchy and the House of Lords, so that we […]
We all know the real intentions of Agenda 21. Current political, economic and educations systems, under capitalist doctrines, are stealthily creeping forward with this terrifying programme under our very noses. It […]
I support the Real Democracy Movement as the term “democracy” has become meaningless when used by Western governments who, by their actions, become less democratic by the hour.
The concept of “democracy” shields those without power from total exploitation and domination by those who possess it. Increasingly, power is dissipating away from civil society by the continuous erosion of […]
Thinking about whether and why we need a new political movement means thinking not only about the very existence of a new movement but also about the nature of it. The […]
We need a pro-democracy movement because of the failure of the political system. On Wednesday March 16, George Osborne, The Chancellor of the Exchequer, presented his budget. It was more reminiscent of […]