Joseph Stiglitz: IMF’S FOUR STEPS TO DAMNATION

2001-05-29 Richard Moore See also: Michel Chossudovsky, “The Globalization of Poverty – Impacts of IMF and World Bank Reforms”, The Third World Network, Penang, Malaysia, 1997. ============================================================================ From: “Brian Hill” <•••@••.•••> To: <•••@••.•••> Subject: IMF’S FOUR STEPS TO DAMNATION Date: Sat, 26 May 2001 04:56:54 -0700 IMF’S FOUR STEPS TO DAMNATION ——————————————— How crises, failures, … Read more…

Does the movement need an ideology?

2001-05-25 Richard Moore Bcc: various colleagues Companion essay: “The movement & its culture – an optimistic view” online at: http://cyberjournal.org/cj/postings/?id=’2205′ Forwarding invited to appropriate forums. _________________________________________________________ DOES THE MOVEMENT NEED AN IDEOLOGY? Friends, For me, writing is a process of discovery. After putting down the facts and circumstances, as I understand them, I then try … Read more…

Reconsidering our list purpose…

2001-05-19 Richard Moore Friends, Some people have found the recent dialog series (re: Garden) useful. Someone posted an installment to Indymedia’s website, and others have cross-posted excerpts to other lists, opening threads in other parts of cyberspace. I think the series has been a worthwhile exercise. Indeed, several people have told me, over the years, … Read more…

personal from rkm…

2001-05-16 Richard Moore Sorry to bother you with a personal issue, but I’m running out of money and need to find some kind of programming work. If you have any kind of leads or contacts that might help, please let me know. Again, apologies. rkm Resume / CV: http://cyberjournal.org/rkm/cv.html

The apocalypse is now

2001-05-14 Richard Moore ============================================================================ Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 21:05:08 -0500 From: Bill Grazier <•••@••.•••> Organization: VISION2001+ X-Accept-Language: en To: •••@••.••• Subject: Re: Welcome to the Abyss : The Threat of Globalism I would like to suggest that the author of this article is missing the point that time and events are over shadowing globalism, … Read more…

COINTELPRO & Indymedia

2001-05-11 Richard Moore If you follow the URL, you can find a series of comments posted by readers. Our use of the Internet is highly vulnerable, there are many ways it could be taken away from us. I hope the movement develops other means of communication before that happens, rkm ============================================================================ http://seattle.indymedia.org/display.php3?article_id=3013 Gag Order Lifted; … Read more…

The movement & its culture – an optimistic view

2001-05-08 Richard Moore _____________________________________________________________ The movement & its culture – an optimistic view When thousands of anti-globalization protestors gathered recently in Prague, there were many questions still to be settled regarding protest tactics and related matters. A three-hour open meeting was held in which 3,000 people participated – and the issues were settled satisfactorily by … Read more…

*final* re: Returning to the Garden, etc.

2001-05-07 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. Website: http://cyberjournal.org Friends, This finishes off our Garden series. I want to thank everyone for participating. Tomorrow I’ll be launching a new thread on the movement, its culture, and its prospects. all the best, rkm ============================================================================ From: •••@••.••• Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 18:18:39 EDT Subject: Re: re13: Returning to … Read more…

re13: Returning to the Garden, mythologies, ideologies, etc.

2001-05-03 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. Website: http://cyberjournal.org ============================================================================ From: “Alan Spector” <•••@••.•••> To: “Paul Riesz” <•••@••.•••>, <•••@••.•••> Cc: “Fair Trade” <•••@••.•••>, “WSN” <•••@••.•••> Subject: Re: Can capitalism be reformed? Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 14:53:41 -0500 Paul Riesz writes the following in reference to my comments: > You and many of your ideological comrades would … Read more…

re12: Returning to the Garden, hierarchies, reform, etc.

2001-04-30 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. Website: http://cyberjournal.org ============================================================================ Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 14:52:32 -0700 From: Suzanne Taylor <•••@••.•••> To: •••@••.••• Subject: Re: Guidebook synopsis rkm> As a brief break from our dialog, let me share the synopsis sent in with my book proposal… Hmmmm. A book? They take so long and this seems timelier … Read more…

A parable for a new paradigm

2001-04-27 Richard Moore —————————————————————————- A parable for a new paradigm Convergence Festival, Dublin, 2001 Richard K. Moore 27 April 2001 http://cyberjournal.org Once upon time there was a tribe of people who lived in a happy land called Eden. In this land the people could find everything they needed. When they wanted to eat they might … Read more…

re11: Returning to the Garden, etc.

2001-04-25 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ From: “Lisa Rutherford” <•••@••.•••> To: <•••@••.•••> Subject: Question Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 18:39:05 -0400 Dear Richard, I’m new to all of this and happened to get on your mailing list by chance. Could you please explain to me what this “movement” is about, how you became involved, what … Read more…

Jan Slakov: (preliminary) Quebec report

2001-04-23 Richard Moore Thank you Jan for a heartwarming and inspiring report… rkm (Note: Our ongoing dialog thread will continue shortly). ============================================================================ Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 13:56:46 -0300 To: •••@••.••• From: •••@••.••• (Jan Slakov) Subject: rn: Jan’s (preliminary) Quebec report Dear Renaissance Network, I remember once reading a line, something about how when the … Read more…

WATER — A TRILLION DOLLAR A YEAR PRIVATIZATION GRAB

2001-04-21 Richard Moore ============================================================================ From: “Boudewijn Wegerif” <•••@••.•••> To: <•••@••.•••> Subject: WATER — A TRILLION DOLLAR A YEAR PRIVATIZATION GRAB Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 17:56:00 +0200 WATER — A TRILLION DOLLAR A YEAR PRIVATIZATION GRAB 19 April 2001 Dear friends of truth, I have put together a miscellany of five items, below, about the … Read more…

re9: Returning to the Garden, mythologies, the movement, etc.

2001-04-12 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2001 23:57:33 -0400 To: •••@••.••• From: Jay Fenello <•••@••.•••> Subject: A New Mythology Cc: •••@••.••• someone said > In my opinion, without commonly accepted moral and spiritual values and a universal ideology going beyond harmonization, a positive movement for radical socio-economic transformation will not get … Read more…

Guidebook synopsis

2001-04-10 Richard Moore As a brief break from our dialog, let me share the synopsis sent in with my book proposal… rkm __________________________________________________________ A Guidebook: How the world works and how we can change it http://cyberjournal.org/cj/guide/ Synopsis Part 1 is a statement of the problem. For the North, globalization amounts to a covert coup d’etat, … Read more…

re8: Returning to the Garden, total transformation, etc.

2001-04-09 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 07:06:25 -0400 Subject: Re: re4: Returning to the Garden, etc. From: Gary Swanson via Bill Ellis <•••@••.•••> To: •••@••.•••, •••@••.••• someone said > There are lots of people like me who would jump at the chance to be self-sufficient – but it means a … Read more…

re7: Returning to the Garden, democracy, etc.

2001-04-06 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ From: •••@••.••• Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 17:41:30 EST Subject: Re: Returning to the Garden, etc. To: •••@••.••• It seems to me that discussion is too narrow since you seem to feel a need to defend yourself. Wouldn’t it be better if some of the issues that have been … Read more…

re6: Returning to the Garden, competition, etc.

2001-04-04 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 00:24:55 -0500 To: •••@••.••• From: Jay Fenello <•••@••.•••> Subject: Re: [FixGov] Fw: rkm> A new economics & politics: starting with the community Cc: •••@••.•••, •••@••.••• rkm > The Taker vision of ‘subdue and conquer’ has been reflected in the behavior of Tak societies toward … Read more…

re5: Returning to the Garden, harmonization, etc.

2001-04-02 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 13:19:34 +0100 From: Richard Richardson <•••@••.•••> To: •••@••.••• CC: •••@••.••• Subject: Re: rkm> Empowering the movement: unity through harmonization rkm wrote: > I have suggested that the political regime of our new society will need to be locally based and to operate by harmonization. … Read more…

re4: Returning to the Garden, etc.

2001-03-30 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ From: Paul Isaacs <•••@••.•••> To: “Richard K. Moore” <•••@••.•••> Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 02:57:03 -0500 Subject: Re: rkm> A new economics & politics: starting with the community Richard, My feeling is that sustainable and harmonious with the world around us implies 2-3 billion people if you want to … Read more…

re3: Returning to the Garden, etc.

2001-03-29 Richard Moore Bcc: contributors. ============================================================================ From: “Tim Murphy” <•••@••.•••> To: <•••@••.•••> Subject: Nothing Changes? Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 16:41:35 -0000 “The Earth is degenerating today. Bribery and corruption abound. Children no longer obey their parents. Every man wants to write a book, and it is evident that the end of the world is … Read more…

re2: Returning to the Garden, etc.

2001-03-28 Richard Moore ============================================================================ To: •••@••.••• Subject: Re: rkm> The myth of human dominion and the birth of the Takers Beautiful! No problem can be solved without being seen in its proper context. We are finally putting all the pieces of the puzzle together so we can actually SEE the problem and its context. At … Read more…

re: Returning to the Garden, etc.

2001-03-27 Richard Moore Friends, Here is the first batch of your comments. rkm http://cyberjournal.org ============================================================================ Date: Sun, 18 Mar 2001 22:07:27 -0800 (PST) From: Jessica Markland <•••@••.•••> Subject: RKM’S Philosophy, returning to the Garden, etc. To: •••@••.••• Cc: •••@••.••• I read your arguments in today’s Cyberjournal with growing horror. First of all, the planet as … Read more…

re: reader feedback…

2001-03-26 Richard Moore Friends, _Many people have written in response to the recent series of postings. Some are very encouraging, some are aghast, and some are unhappy with the way I’m running the list. I consider all of this a very good sign – the material is _getting to people. That’s the whole point. I … Read more…

rkm> Empowering the movement: unity through harmonization

2001-03-23 Richard Moore ______________________________________________________________ Empowering the movement: unity through harmonization rkm – http://cyberjournal.org “…if the world is saved, it will be saved by people with changed minds. Not by programs. By people with changed minds.” – Story of B, p. 73. “We don’t have to change HUMANKIND in order to survive. We only have to … Read more…

dialog re: A change of vision: returning to the Garden

2001-03-19 Richard Moore ============================================================================ Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 21:10:31 -0800 (PST) From: Jessica Markland <•••@••.•••> Subject: Re: rkm> A change of vision: returning to the Garden To: •••@••.••• Dear Richard: I get so much out of your e-mails. Today I tried to get a copy of The Story of B. Local library is bringing … Read more…

rkm> The birth of capitalism

2001-03-08 Richard Moore __________________________________________________________________ The birth of capitalism The story of capitalism begins in the late 1700s in Scotland and northern England, with the birth of the Industrial Revolution. Several particular ingredients came together there, which collectively launched the world onto its current path. One of those ingredients was an impressive series of mechanical inventions … Read more…