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Peer-to-Peer and Marxism: analogies and differences (Tent City University)

Michel Bauwens at the TCU, December 10th 2011

http://p2pfoundation.ning.com/profiles/blogs/peer-to-peer-and-marxism

‘Anyone can teach, everyone can learn’ Tent City University has been one of the most remarkable experiments of the Occupy London protest, but, as Paul Stanistreet discovered, it is just one of a number of radical alternatives which are emerging to challenge current educational convention – The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) aims to encourage all adults to engage in learning of all kinds.

http://www.niace.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/adults-learning/Adults_Learning_2012_03_p20-p26.pdf

 

Mzonke Poni – Sunday 25 March 2012 – More

Banking & Finance Workshop

David Harvey’s Lecture, Saturday 12th November

[youtube 3sLKdLPh5Cw]

Alex Callinicos, 5th November

[youtube icPEtg90hU]

John Hillary (War on Want)

[youtube r7mYN9NyeWw]

Simon Dixon (ex Investment Banker)

[youtube NJd0jd0PIWk]

Derek Wall

[youtube vaNCJH66-C4]

Aoife Daly (University of Exeter)

[youtube rZwbQQXb2Fw]

Occupy London Teach Out at Canary Wharf

[youtube isMdOmeFPcs]

Lecture by Antony Crawford

[youtube 9tjBpBOW0A0]

John Christiensen (Tax Justice Network)

[youtube wQuqSBMBwoQ]

James Medway (New Economics Foundation)

[youtube q2UygFI13HE]

Polly Toynbee

[youtube 4ATOqP9tvXk]

Teach in at the Bank of England, 22nd October 2011

[vimeo 30987802]

Lecture by Massimo De Angelis (UEL), at Tent City University

[youtube dCodnZKEFl4]

Massimo gives a lecture to the occupiers of the london stock exchange about the current capitalist system and how crises are inherently likely within that system. This video was shot at occupy london and is one of many lectures given by guest speakers as part of the tent city university which is organised entirely by volunteers from the movement. We at occupy london encourage everyone to get involved in the movement and will be running multiple lectures each day with a wide variety of voices, opinions and expertises expressing their views on the current crises and how we can work to resolve it.

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  15. I don’t much want a manifesto which applies to us all. I’d much rather have what Occupy really invites, which is the meeting of a million manifestos more personally written. I want to see that kind of movement in all men’s hearts; the one that makes of each human conscience a government. I think we are ready for something much more like an awakening than rallying, and I think that’s what we’re seeing too.
    In my manifesto, the first point is clear:
    I, the government of me, resolve to remove all my monies from the banking system. I resolve to sell my house and pay off the mortgage, and free up whatever time or money remains to engage in living out my moral duty to love the poor. I resolve to place any remaining and future earnings in credit unions and cooperative banks outside the bigger system of transnational capital that I, the government of me, call to account. Indeed, I have no government of me until I do so. My rejection of the transnational banking system rejects all economic systems based on the upward mobility of usury’s gain, and its trickle down of loss. I reject my own debt because I reject the debts placed on all other persons, peoples, countries. I reject the debts placed on Africa and Latin America, and the debts placed on the sovereign nations of the EU, and the federal states of the U.S. I reject the indebtedness of all governments to central banks, and I claim their liberty as well my own. May all our good governance spring from the rejection of what we consider the central ill. May banks who deal in lies be de-monetized, and may each soul who so chooses count out his pennies of real freedom…….

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