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Posted By: JTGreen'outside' of (and purposefully ineffectual in relation to) conventional politics of any description
Posted By: JTGreentransition was rigorously apolitical - at least according to founder Rob Hopkins
Posted By: JTGreensupporting social change to the benefit of ordinary people vs. wealthy vested interests
Posted By: Joinerthat's the distinction between Anarchism and anarchism
Posted By: JTGreento fudge this question (you say pragmatically) for what in my mind can only be one of two reasons a) they are genuinely a bit woolly and unthought out or b) deliberately masking what they think to 'grow the movement'
Posted By: JTGreenIts obligatory positivity also means that it can't offer much of a critique of anything - or at least not explicitly.
Posted By: DamonHDI am a member of the local Transition energy group and I am NOT a natural leftie by any stretch
Posted By: DamonHD"Catch yourself doing something good more of it!"
Posted By: jamesingramaction is the solution
Posted By: jamesingramYes, i concur old boy ," alt="" src="http:///newforum/extensions/Vanillacons/smilies/happy/thumbup.gif" >
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