The purpose of this site is to enquire into the possibilities of post-capitalist society and to consider paths for getting there that minimize suffering and disruption. Most of the work here is in the form of enquiries, which are meant to evolve and adapt as knowledge advances.
losses borne due to an irremediable power imbalance.
Related to tactics of crapification,
and spoils of class war.
Updated with some choice bits from the late lamented David Graeber.
Balanced trade proposes an alternative to sovereignty-stealing multinational trade deals in which bilateral currency swaps between counterpart central banks take the place of conventional trade financing using a global reserve currency originating in private debt.
The most ambitious enquiry to date
is certainly Getting Money Right,
in which I offer my efforts to the MMT project
of remaking the conventional wisdom on money.
There's lots to explore in that essay
and the background material I've collected in support.
Work continues, and indeed is even more timely today (2019-02-13),
as the efforts of freshman Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)
towards the introduction of a Green New Deal
have brought MMT to public attention
(with attendant exploding heads among hard money revanchists).
Hoping to opine on that shortly:
MMT says compendium of misrepresentations of MMT?
A recent and actively ongoing enquiry into the political activity of good looking, youngish, articulate politicians vaguely promising whatever it is you want to hear. Neoliberal to the core. Utterly in service to the plutocracy. Obama. Macron. Trudeau. I call them Macronies. Don't be taken in!
Lies proposes the rather shocking principal that negation of most of what you hear from Establishment mouthpieces will bring you closer to the truth. This enquiry has come along nicely, incorporating wisdom from Patrick Armstrong, Peter Ford, and Caitlin Johnstone.
There's some short enquiries that are likely to be expanded
as time permits.
Respect briefly urges liberals to put aside the tribal hate
for their fellow citizens (a.ka. deplorables)
in the interest of uniting to take on the real enemy.
Argument proposes certain standards of discourse
that contribute to mutually rewarding discussion
winning is deprecated in contradistinction to illumination.
There's also class war, which is utterly minimal, but does feature the One Key Graph which neatly encapsulates the course of the ongoing war. Likewise, agnotology is only a skeleton, but it does offer some juicy quotes from Philip Mirowski.