Ring the Bells of Revolution!

Do you want an egalitarian world, meaning with no rich and no poor? One in which all who contribute their fair share of the work enjoy the fruits of the economy freely shared according to need and reasonable desire with everyone treated as true equals?

Do you want laws made only at the local level, with large scale planning and coordination achieved by voluntary federation? And do you disagree with Communists and Socialists who want what always ends up being a notoriously undemocratic Central Government that orders everybody around--just like our present rulers?

Do you want to remove from power the unelected Big Money plutocracy that rules America as a dictatorship of the rich, and uses elections to control us with a fake democracy? Right now we're on a treadmill of defeat: whatever we win one day gets taken away the next day by the plutocracy that remains in power, and whatever bad thing we get rid of one day (like the Jim Crow laws) gets replaced by something just as bad (like the "New Jim Crow" of racist prison incarceration) the next day because the plutocracy remains in power. Do you want to get off of this treadmill of defeat by abolishing the plutocracy so there are no longer any billionaires and society is no longer one in which money is power and a few have a lot and most have none?

Do you want society to be based on egalitarian principles so that ordinary people can actually prevent the abuse of power, unlike in non-egalitarian societies?


Do you want to live in a society where people are truly free? Where they are free to join with others as equals to make a world where it is a pleasure to live, where people help each other and where people can do the things they love to do and from which they derive great joy and satisfaction?

Do you want to abolish the taboo against saying out loud, "We need a revolution!"?

Do you want millions of Americans to see that they are not alone in wanting revolution for an egalitarian society? Do you want them to gain confidence that, far from being a hopelessly weak minority, they are a majority that can realistically persuade enough soldiers to join them to make revolution truly possible?

Then ring the bells of revolution, by helping to build the egalitarian revolutionary movement. Here's how you can do that, starting now, even if you're just one individual person, and if you don't have extra time in your already busy life and if you don't have any money to spare. Send for the PDR button and wear it when you shop and do errands (and if its safe, at work.) Click here to see how to obtain buttons and read why wearing one is far more important for building the egalitarian revolutionary movement than you might realize.


After you discover that, contrary to what the mass media try to make us believe, most people actually agree with the PDR button, you might want to do this too:


Help in the effort to collect and publicly display signatures for the revolutionary statement, “This I Believe,”* from a majority of adults in the United States: first step goal 1,000 signatures, followed by 10,000, then 100,000 and on and on.

You will be pleasantly surprised at how many of your friends and neighbors and coworkers will sign “This I Believe” when you ask them to. Standing on street corners we find that about 80% of those who stop to read it sign it. When we display the signatures publicly our fellow Americans who have revolutionary aspirations will see, for the first time, that they are not alone. When people waging a struggle for this or that sign it, they will gain wider support because the deeper revolutionary aspirations behind their struggle will be made explicit and  millions of other Americans will say, "Yes! Those people are fighting for the same thing I am fighting for. We're all in this together."


Get in touch with us at PeopleforDemocraticRevolution@gmail.com. We are a handful of people in the Boston area who recently joined together as People for Democratic Revolution. We are not connected to any other organization. We are online at pdrboston.org. A website that many of us like is NewDemocracyWorld.org and a pamphlet that talks about what an egalitarian society might look like is "Thinking about Revolution" at NewDemocracyWorld.org/thinking.pdf


* Online at newdemocracyworld.org/this.pdf  or click here                                 


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