socialising capitalismSocialism is the achievement of equity in the distribution to women and men of community resources.
The emergence of male approaches to socialism during industrialisation, albeit sympathetic to women's rights, as a struggle between capital and labour, failed to achieve equity with the rise of global capitalism in the absence of the empowerment of women.
Without women's and men's legislatures presided over by elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction men in mixed company interrupt, intimidate and presume to boss over women, relegating the discussion of inequity in global capitalism to unproductive soliloquy.
All the women's forums in the world ultimately succumb to male intimidation in the absence of women's legislatures.
From Margaret Thatcher to the current leaders of Finland, Chile and Liberia women have convinced men, who selectively support women, that they act in men's interests, skewing their achievement while maintaining the male hegemony.
Global capitalism managed by interactive women's and men's legislatures presided over by elders accompanied by courts of women's and men's jurisdiction is not only the most efficient and sustainable decision-making process where male adventurism is unsustainable, but in effect, constitutes global socialism.
Anything else is counterproductive, anti-socialist, time-wasting and an anathema to the achievement of equity in the distribution of communty resources.
March 2, 2006