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December 09, 2011


Dick Pountain

Blackburn's piece certainly reads well. But surely since we're all agreed on the desirability of market socialism then we don't need to repeat the "socialist accounting" debates but rather start a "mutualist accounting" debate - how to handle a transition to employee shareholding, the legislation needed, balance between founders and transient employees etc etc etc. We also need to have a "vote accounting" debate about lobbying, party funding, election advertising etc, to try and reverse the capture and suborning of government by finance.

Dick Pountain

PS "all agreed" was ironic


Let's not wait for a frontline politician to suggest that UKFI pursue other objectives?
I've managed to get an epetition published on the role for UKFI. It's in generalist terms about Value For Money for taxpayers. Please have a look at http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/28557 and any help getting it publicised would be appreciated.



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