Divided we fall s01e06
Boyan Stanislavski discusses public services with Pat Byrne in this episode of “Divided We Fall.” What they are presently, and how should they be run in order to benefit society? Prepare for a lot of myth-busting, such as a critique of the Left’s erroneous positions on unemployment benefits. Pat also talks about alienation and how crucial it is to overcome it. When it comes to transitioning to socialism, public services are also a great foundation to build on, and labor unions could already be launching initiatives that involve customers and consumers, laying the groundwork for socializing control over healthcare, education, and other critical sectors for society’s functioning and development.
Pat and Boyan, as usual, bring up some historical instances and debate the faults made in the former Eastern Bloc when it came to handling public services.
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Bulgarian and Polish activist, journalist, editor, publisher and translator. In the late `90 active in the Polish left and later in the labor movement, particularly the biggest Polish labor confederation — The All-Poland Trade Union Alliance. Until 2012 editor-in-chief of its weekly magazine. Contributor at Baricada.org and Strajk.eu, Polish correspondent for the Bulgarian National Radio.
Currently working as an editor and journalist for the Polish labor portal Strike and as a correspondent to the Bulgarian National Radio in Poland.