Thursday, 18 September 2014

American Social-Nationalism: Spotlight on a Worthy Site

The following is from the website, American Social-Nationalism, which can be found at http://ussocnat.blogspot.com

We welcome the contribution to understanding made by the writer, Leolion, and would advise members and supporters to visit the American Social-Nationalism site.  The policies outlined below the section on wages, may not necessarily be shared by the SWPE and in some instances are not relevant to England as they are specifically related to the USA.  However, the policies are worth taking note of as they are ones which in many cases mirror own own objectives.


Nationalist Quotes on wages

Gaddafi 

"Income is an imperative need for man. In a socialist society, it should not be in the form of wages from any source or charity from any one. In this society there are no wage-earners, but only partners. One's income is a private matter and should either be managed privately to meet one's needs or be a share from a production process of which one is an essential component. It should not be a wage in return for production."

"Thus, the citizen in this new society secures his material needs either through self-employment, or by being a partner in a collectively-owned establishment, or by rendering public service to society which, in return, provides for his material needs."

Otto Strasser:

"We are Socialists, enemies, mortal enemies of the present capitalist economic system with its exploitation of the economically weak, with its injustice in wages, with its immoral evaluation of individuals according to wealth and money instead of responsibility and achievement, and we are determined under all circumstances to abolish this system ! And with my inclination to practical action it seems obvious to me that we have to put a better, more just, more moral system in its place, one which, as it were, has arms and legs and better arms and legs than the present one !"

Hugo Chavez

"Here we are not cutting salaries nor pension nor delaying the pension age, nothing of that,






Our policies are called the "American Way" and is focused on making the US self-sufficient and a Nationalist and Socialist State.

The Workers:

•We demand for the means of production to be in the hands of the working class.
•We demand a 30-hour work week and at least two months of annual paid vacation 
•We demand that retirement pensions be no less than 80% of the person's pay at the time that they retire. 
•We demand the right for part-time workers to be eligible for benefits as well as the right for part-time workers to join a union.
•We demand a living wage that is adjusted to inflation
•We demand that the Electoral Collage is abolished as its very existence makes democracy a farce.

Education:

•We demand descent wages for teachers 
•We demand free and quality education for all people, including college, professional and graduate schools.
•We demand that education be in the hands of the community and the state. 
•We demand realistic sex education that doesn't exaggerate statistics and is not absence based.
•We demand national financing of public K-12 schools to replace the current funding via property taxes, which ensures inequality between rural, suburban and urban schools
•We demand secular and scientific education. We oppose religion in schools which has manifested, but is not limited to, religious institutions, prayer in schools and creationism.
We demand the mandatory State funding of the Arts
We are opposed to private education and the corporate running of schools
We demand non-whitewashed teaching of our history so we can honestly learn from it

Health:

•We demand a national healthcare system that, with an eye towards preventive health care, cover every American regardless of race, sex, age, and or sexual preference. 
•We demand nationalisation of the pharmaceutical agency.
•We demand the combating of drug addiction through the use of proven medical treatments and preventive education. 
•We demand the legalisation of marijuana.
•We demand the right to abortion

Housing:

•We demand free and quality housing to every individual
•We demand state-funded construction of public apartment complexes as a means to support the growing population and to house those without homes 
•We demand an end to all home foreclosures. We oppose cuts to public housing. 
•We demand the abolition of slum-lording.

Civil Rights: 

•We demand the end of racial profiling and police brutality
•We demand that the P.A.T.R.I.O.T Act is repelled •We demand that the N.S.A is abolished. 
•We demand that the 13th Amendment is amended to exclude the line,"Except as a punishment for crime." So as we can end all forms of slavery and involuntary servitude.
•We demand that the Department of Homeland Security is abolished
•We demand that Native Americans hold the right of self-determination and secession.
•We demand the end of police discrimination and raids against Latino citizens and immigrant communities. 
•We demand the citizenship of all undocumented workers and all rights associated with them. 
•We demand a minimum of 12 months paid leave for new mothers with access to fully-funded and quality childcare centres. 
•We demand equal pay for equal work for all ethnicities, sexes, and sexual orientation.
• We demand the right of women to enter into any occupation without discrimination.
• We demand an end to discrimination as well as support full employment, benefits, quality education and job training programs for people with disabilities. 
We demand the dismantling of walls erected both physically and socially that hinder people with disabilities to fully participate in society. 
•We demand that marriage to be defined by the state as one man and one woman, one man and one man, one woman and one woman, one man with many women, and one woman with many men. Therefore legalising Homosexual, Polygamist, and Polyandrist marriages. 
We demand an end to acts of violence against persons on the basis of their race, ethnicity, religion, age, physical condition, sex or sexual identity and/or orientation.
We demand a voice for legal immigrants in our democratic republic.

International Affairs:

•We demand that the US end their association with NATO and other Imperialist organisations.
•We demand that the US no longer aids the terror state of Israel on the basis that the state of Israel has committed crimes against humanity. 
•We demand self-determination of all Commonwealth states,
•We demand the end of all Imperialist wars. 
•We demand the return of Guantanamo to Cuba.
•We demand the immediate and unconditional military withdrawal from all foreign countries.
•We demand mending our relationship with other countries, including, but not limited to, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Cuba, Venezuela and Iran for the sake of peace and prosperity. 
•We demand that an amendment be made to the US Constitution that states that all wars must be approved by the masses before a declaration of war is made by the Senate. 

The Economy: 

We demand an end to taxes altogether and that the State to get the money for its projects through the quality of the economy. 
We demand the end of exporting jobs over seas. 
•We demand the abolition of the inheritance of all productive capital and liquid assets
. •We demand the immediate withdraw from all free-trade agreements.
•We demand that all financial institutions be commonly owned and directed by an American Central Bank that is directed democratically by the Senate
•We demand a maximum wage cap that is at least a ratio of 10:1 
•We demand retraining programs, compensation and relocation for workers displaced by technological advances.
•We demand an end to American involvement in the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the World Trade Organisation.
We demand an end to the gold standard and use of a fiat currency 
We demand international trade to be done with material goods and not gold.

Agriculture: 

•We demand the end of corporate farming 
•We demand the end of all inhumane treatment of livestock
•We demand the establishment and encouragement of agricultural cooperatives and collectives. •We demand state low-cost grants, loans and machinery assistance to farmers.
•We demand that measures be taken encouraging farmers to produce staple foods rather than non-essentials.
•We demand an end to current debts placed on farmers
. •We demand that the cultivation of hemp for food, fuel, fibre and industrial uses be encouraged. •We demand the right of farm workers to organise.

Energy, Transportation, the Environment and Communications: 

•We demand the nationalisation and worker control of the automobile, bus, railway, and plane industries.
•We demand the creation of a publicly-funded high-speed national rail system with low rates and access to all major U.S. cities.
•We demand government research into safe and renewable alternatives to fossil fuels. 
•We demand the development of alternative forms of energy including wind, solar, geothermal, nuclear power and hydropower. 
•We demand public ownership of all American natural resources and their conservation. 
•We demand the institution of active recycling programs of paper, metal and plastic.
•We demand affordable utility rates for working people. 
•We demand an end to private ownership of newspapers, radio, magazines, television and the internet. We oppose the hindrance of allowing the working people to show their opinions and viewpoints. 
•We demand the end of all copyright laws.
•We demand internet reform and the public ownership of all internet bandwidth. We support providing free internet access to the public at large and computers to school-aged children. 
•We demand that all communities that have 20,000 or more citizens be provided with a public transit system.

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