My name is Alan Maki. I live in Warroad, Minnesota. Give me a call: 218-386-2432
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While we are listening to music we could be networking for social change... anyone interested in helping to change the world?
I am not religious; I am a firm believer in modern scientific materialism; I believe in people who have the compassion and empathy to struggle against injustice to make things right.
Nothing human is alien to me... ok, maybe George Bush pushes the limit on this one.
If we all pitch in we just might be able to make the world a little better place to live.
I am interested in buying used photography, fishing, hunting and camping equipment... let me know what you have for sale.
I am interested in photography and would like to communicate with people using Adobe Photoshop. I have a Canon EOS 30D.
reading , writing, Marxism, Scrabble, vegetable gardening. I like fly fishing and camping. I never miss a chance to protest this dirty imperialist war for oil and regional domination in Iraq. Capitalism really stinks. I am looking to make connections with like minded people all over the world. Let's get together and make the world a better place for working people to live in through socialism. I talk to people at every opportunity about the politics and economics of livelihood... working class revolutionary politics. We need to establish Marxist study clubs and political action committees in every neighborhood, school and workplace. Working class families need to start discussing things around the dinner table... this is the way things will change. I like Edwin Starr's song "War," and I agree with him completely. Capitalism is only good for breeding exploitation, racism, poverty and war.
Can't stand to watch television.
Black Book; This Is My Country; Amazing Grace; Prairie Giant, the Tommy Douglas Story; The Agronomist
Working Class USA; The Power and the Movement by Gus Hall; Twighlight of World Capitalism by William Z. Foster; Here I Stand by Paul Robeson; Super Profits and Crises by Victor Perlo... ok, I admit to "reading" the ocasional Playboy magazine... Livin' the Bues by Frank Marshall Davis--- Barack Obama's "mentor."