Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Weekly Bulletin of The Socialist Party of Great Britain (18)

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the 18th of our weekly bulletins to keep you informed of changes at Socialist Party of Great Britain @ MySpace.

We now have 911 friends!

Recent blogs:

  • "The Dead Russians Society"
  • What causes famines?
  • Free trade and the environment
  • This week's top quote:

    "The Proletariat originated in the industrial revolution...[which was] precipitated by the discovery ofthe steam engine, various spinning machines, the mechanical loom, and a whole series of other mechanical devices. These machines, which were very expensive and hence could be bought only by big capitalists, altered the whole mode of production and displaced the former workers, because the machines turned out cheaper and better commodities than the workers could produce with their inefficient spinning wheels and handlooms. The machines delivered industry wholly into the hands of the big capitalists and rendered entirely worthless the meagre property of the workers (tools, looms, etc.). The result was that the capitalists soon had everything in their hands and nothing remained to the workers...."From The Principles of Communism, Frederick Engels, 1847.

    Continuing luck with your MySpace adventures!

    Robert and Piers

    Socialist Party of Great Britain