[Discuss-sudbury-model] Fw: [savesummerhill] The How for Jon -- (FREE) AT LAST.

From: David Rovner <rovners_at_netvision.net.il>
Date: Mon Aug 25 10:27:00 2003

(FREE) AT LAST.

Do this reminds you something ?

~ David

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andrew" <guardian_angel108_at_yahoo.com>
To: <savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2003 4:07 PM
Subject: [savesummerhill] The How for Jon

> Jon ,
>
> AT LAST !!! There is hope for us !!!! Here's a couple of things to get the
ball rolling.
>
> 1. Reduce your consumption - both in terms of quantity and variety .
> 2. Prosume as much as you can .
> 3. What you can't or don't want to produce but MUST consume source as
locally as possible .
> 4.Establish a central bank in your area which prints currency backed by
gold .
> 5.Refuse to pay income tax .
> 6.Do NOT vote in ANY Representative 'Democracy' Elections .
> 7.Give ALL your children the option to a.Unschool b.Homeschool or c.Attend
a Free Democratic School .
> 8.Establish a pilot direct participatory democracy in your local area to
replace the borough and county council.
> 9.Tell everyone you know to do all the above .
>
> How about that for starters ? If anyone else has any ideas please feel
free to contribute them so we can get this off the ground !!!
>
> Andrew.
>
> jondix01_at_aol.com wrote:
> I will once you explain how it is going to work, Andrew!
>
> Jon
>
> In a message dated 25/08/2003 09:53:41 GMT Standard Time,
> guardian_angel108_at_yahoo.com writes:
>
> > Subj: [savesummerhill] Ridding the Earth of Scum for Jon
> > Date: 25/08/2003 09:53:41 GMT Standard Time
> > From: <A
HREF="mailto:guardian_angel108_at_yahoo.com">guardian_angel108_at_yahoo.com</A>
> > Reply-to: <A
HREF="mailto:savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com">savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com<
/A>
> > To: <A
HREF="mailto:savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com">savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com<
/A>
> > Sent from the Internet
> >
> >
> >
> > Nobody loves the slime bag here !!!!! You don't need to have the tories
> > instead of them - Vote for yourself - Establish a direct participatory
democracy
> > !!!!!
> >
> > Andrew.
> >
> > jondix01_at_aol.com wrote:
> > I can't really say that I've noticed many obvious differences between
Blair
> > and the Tories that came before him, Alison. Having said that, Michael
> > Newman
> > said some encouraging things about certain specific parts of the Labour
> > Goverment's education policy the other day and I've heard the odd good
> > comment from
> > certain charities who are involved with the homeless and those who are
> > similarly excluded.
> >
> > I think Blair's had his day now. His popularity is waning and they may
even
> > lose the next election. He might not even survive the public enquiry
which
> > is
> > currently underway about the death of David Kelly (government weapons
> > expert,
> > spoke off the record to the BBC) - the only problem with this is that
we'd
> > have the Tories back!
> >
> > Funnily enough, I heard something the other day about a worldwide poll
which
> >
> > suggested Tony to be the most trusted politician in the world, from Asia
to
> > Africa, Europe, America - absolutely everywhere. Everyone loves him
except
> > us.
> >
> > Jon
> >
> > In a message dated 22/08/2003 20:01:21 GMT Standard Time,
mbi_at_joy.ocn.ne.jp
> > writes:
> >
> > >Subj: [savesummerhill] politics and taxes (possibly death, but
definitely
> > >not religion!)
> > > Date: 22/08/2003 20:01:21 GMT Standard Time
> > > From: <A HREF="mailto:mbi_at_joy.ocn.ne.jp">mbi_at_joy.ocn.ne.jp</A>
> > > Reply-to: <A
HREF="mailto:savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com">savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com<
/A>
> > > To: <A
HREF="mailto:savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com">savesummerhill_at_yahoogroups.com<
/A>
> > > Sent from the Internet
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >Also, have just finished reading a book and listening to the author
speak
> > >for about three hours on British politics, Blair's reforms, the third
way,
> > >PFI, his unemployment (give them money and send them into the private
> > >sector, to environmental or volunteer organisations - the New Deal).
To
> > >make a long story short, it seems British politics are an improvement
on
> > >Japanese. Any comments from all you Brits out there? I haven't read
much
> > >about Blair's successes - thought I might have to pick up an
Economist - or
> > >a Guardian (balance is always important, of course).
> > >
> > >Alison Miyake
Received on Mon Aug 25 2003 - 10:26:35 EDT

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