A socialist revolution coming from the oppressed.
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Ã the socialist movement was split at the beginning of the last century into those striving for a bourgeois society and those striving for a dignified human life.
Ã the theoretical foundation came from the bourgeois society and not from the oppressed.
Ã economically the revolution is overdue, but the subject of the revolution is missing.
The subject of a socialist revolution or the sane character in an insane society looks like this:
Ã I am entitled for a dignified human life without service rendered beforehand.
Ã After I've slept well and had a good breakfast, I need to be useful to the people next to me.
Ã I live in the companionship of about 300 people, providing and organising themselves.
Ã I've only sensuous needs, and so they are limited.
Ã I live by my identity, not by some identification.
Ã I enjoy life.
Ã I love simple things.
Ã Small is beautiful.
Ã I feel part of nature.
Ã Money is ephemeral.