Re: Solidarity Housing Proprosal
Back in the 19th century Engels wrote "the Housing Question" in which he prised apart the mechanics of the capitalist system to show that ordinary workers could never afford decent housing.
Social housing - the only way that people on workes incomes would get decent housing - was a one of the gains won by building powerful trade union organisations, workers parties and by the fear put into capitalists by the Russian Revolution.
If we want social housing, we will have to organise, and fight for it.
“ We cannot withdraw our cards from the game. Were we as silent and mute as stones, our very passivity would be an act. ”
— Jean-Paul Sartre