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  1. Workers-Control-Over-Prod
    22nd February 2013 07:21
    Haven't seen you post in a while comrade, how you doing?
  2. Workers-Control-Over-Prod
    4th October 2012 03:46
    In return to the thread in the economics section done by our dutch comrade (asking about oil, if oil will change the currency reserve in the world etc.) Kliman just gave an interesting response to that very same question of US dominance in the Weekly worker here.
  3. Die Neue Zeit
    9th September 2012 04:58
    Die Neue Zeit
    BTW, I commented on "predistribution" in the Open Democracy article's comments section. I drew once again from my programmatic work.
  4. Die Neue Zeit
    3rd September 2012 21:26
    Die Neue Zeit
    Cheer up, comrade. If it makes you feel better, I've worn the "pragmatist's hat" for more public stuff more comfortably for a number of years. I just put a cynic's spin on it.
  5. Workers-Control-Over-Prod
    10th August 2012 06:16
    Comrade, do you really believe Ron Paul is a Nazi? With that kind of economic "philosophy" he certainly must be a social-darwinist...
  6. l'Enfermé
    25th July 2012 13:54
    Comrade, a rather reliable toll of casualties(of the Syrian Civil War) can be found on wikipedia. The majority of civilians killed are Alawites, and Sunnis that are accused of being pro-Assad "collaborators"(i.e collaborators with the Alawite "infidels" - the rebels don't consider Alawites to be a Shiia sect, they consider them to be an entirely new religion based on Islam, Christianity and Zoroastrianism).

    (Since im restricted I can't post in that thread, so I posted on your visitor messages)
  7. Die Neue Zeit
    25th June 2012 13:08
    Die Neue Zeit
    "Why is the ELR 'right wing' compared to a JG or a BIG?"

    I didn't say that at all. There are various incarnations of ELR/JG. The more left-wing ones have it, but perhaps part of a broader attempt to socialize the labour market. The more right-wing ones tend to tackle the unemployment benefits issue. I'm against the BIG because of its downward pressure on wages, among numerous other things.

    MMR is problematic precisely because it isn't "prescriptive." Even Minsky's lender of last resort is prescriptive, and I'm sure he had a number of non-ELR suggestions, too.
  8. Die Neue Zeit
    24th June 2012 21:22
    Die Neue Zeit
    That honestly reeks more of the same old Chicago School's monetarism emphasis, or, to put it another way, yet another attempt at maintaining the neoclassical "synthesis" re. the General Theory.

    However, within MMT there is a right-wing tendency as well. It's typically the ones calling for ELR to replace as much unemployment benefits as possible.
  9. Die Neue Zeit
    24th June 2012 15:01
    Die Neue Zeit
    Why without ELR?
  10. Die Neue Zeit
    20th August 2011 01:28
    Die Neue Zeit
    I never said anything about running a blog, comrade. Oh, and I posted a new Theory thread.


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