The Manifesto covers the issues of historical development and the future of humanity, from the standpoint of our social class.
It was written for the people and about the people - people like us, those who earn a livelihood by their own labor, creating all the boons of human civilization in the process.
Our goal, declared in the very beginning of our Manifesto, is to radically transform the economy and the whole society. The reasons why life in modern society is arranged in such an unfair and unjust manner are also outlined there.
Based on scientific data, we review the economic and social development of human civilization from prehistoric times to the present day, from the very first steps made by the genus Homo to modern transnational corporations and global division of labor. We also provide answers to the question of why radical change on a global scale is inevitable in the not-so-distant future and why the preservation of the current system poses a threat to humanity as a whole.
We understand that not everyone is interested in transforming the economy towards a model that would provide a fair and just distribution of goods and services within the boundaries of sustainable development Sustainable development means improving the living standards and conditions of people while keeping the biosphere stable. E.g. a situation where economic activity does not cause irreversible environmental degradation and does not endanger the future generations., which means that a struggle is inevitable - the very same struggle that continued during the whole history of mankind, the main stages of which we also outline in the text.
Any change must be preceded by a certain vision of the final result, which is why our Manifesto also contains a general outline of the first steps and overall principles of the economy and society of the future The subject of the new economy and the new society is covered in more detail in our Agenda..
Perhaps, many will consider the methods proposed by us to be too difficult and seek an easier way. The main variations of alternative ways to fight for a better future are also mentioned in our Manifesto, along with the reasons why we consider them to be unworkable.
The modern economy, culture and society as a whole are products of our labor. This means we can change them as we see fit.