Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

Join the NOC

First Published: The People’s Tribune (Online Edition), Vol. 21, No. 11, March 14, 1994.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
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The National Organizing Committee was founded in April 1993 by 235 representatives from 23 states. Now we’re on to the hard work of building a strong organization of revolutionaries. Join us! Our program says;

“This is an era of revolutionary change. Electronic technology is replacing human labor with computers and robots. Human labor is becoming worthless to a system that values only what it can exploit....

“We are an organization based on the people this system doesn’t need. Those this system has discarded have begun a revolution – an all-out struggle for food, homes, jobs, education, health care, freedom from police terror and drugs....

“We call on you to join us in carrying out this program of action and education....

“... Our program is to put an end to the state terror by confronting the government through mass mobilization – in the courts and in the streets.

“... Our program is to educate the millions of fighters with a blueprint of what we are all fighting for and how society can be reorganized to put an end to poverty and injustice once and for all.”