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The common man therefore had the impression that not only was he the owner of the abandoned businesses, but also of the municipal or private institutions that were abandoned or paralyzed, Victor Alba, The Collectivized Worker, p. 73.
Of all possible alternatives, they chose the one that most faithfully reflected their desires and which appeared to respond to their interests: they took charge. In the street there were thousands of armed workers. As for the workplace, they controlled the factories. Without arms, this would not have been possible. With arms alone, nothing would have changed. The workers, without needing instructions from anyone, understood that these two things were related Victor Alba, The Collectivized Worker, p. 65).
Originally posted by TheOracle
The Internet (among other things) opened the sheeple's eyes.
Originally posted by AllUrChips
WW3 has been goin on for the last 10 years.
Originally posted by ALOSTSOUL
Some great points and I have to agree.
Another reason behind a new world war; here in Britain we have almost a whole generation for youth unemployed and forgotten. A world war (in ther eyes) would give these lost few a "purpose" and a use.
Sad times to come for the young working class.
S&F for insight.