Get Together – Now – LA Progressive



I think now is the time for all progressive and socialist third party organizations in the United States to come together and become one. If they do, they will become a powerful draw for those of us who have supported Bernie Sanders in 2016 and 2020. And as a result, they can truly become a great party.

The movement for a popular party is a strong hope for a third party. But I don’t see that he can do it alone. I attended one of their Zoom meetings recently, and I don’t think they had a lot of attendees. The MPP needs the support and unity of other parties who have the same goals and beliefs. Progressives and socialists should start to be together. And here’s how.

First, I think there should be a national convention. The main speakers should be the people who progressives and socialists can trust. They are the ones who should be invited, like Cornel West, Chris Hedges, Reverend Jesse Jackson, Reverend William Barber, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, squad members Jill Stein, Angela Davis, Nick Brana and others from the same kind and stature.

The agenda of the convention should be one that brings people together. A central point should be the creation and acceptance of a unifying platform. Medicare for all is a given, as is free university for all. Fighting climate change, making Black Lives Matter, ending massacres, controlling guns, no more Super PACs, raising the minimum wage, taxing the rich, ending wealth and income inequality are all ideas. on which progressives and socialists can agree. If a unifying platform is adopted, the likelihood of having a united organization is very likely.

The agenda of the convention should be one that brings people together. A central point should be the creation and acceptance of a unifying platform.

I think it’s unlikely that a central leader can be agreed upon, at least in that first meeting. But it would be important to elect a ten-person board to make decisions for the new organization. This council could then decide on a temporary leader, who could be changed from time to time. The board could then work to bring all third party political parties into the organization for rallies and demonstrations that all could agree on. The organization could then support progressive and socialist candidates in local and national elections, including Congress and Senate elections. In this way, a unified approach to elections could be adopted.

Any progressive or socialist party or organization must be invited to the convention, including, but not limited to, the Green Party, the Vermont Progressive Party, the Socialist Party, the Peace and Freedom Party, the Party working families, the Socialism and Liberation Party, the Oregon Progressive Party. , Women’s Equality Party, IWW and People’s Party Movement. Each party should be allowed to vote on any matter submitted to the convention. Although the Democrats who supported Bernie Sanders did not have a separate party, as a group they should have the right to vote and be recognized as an organization.


The aim of the convention should be to try to found a united organization that could eventually become a single party, with the intention of being represented in local, state and federal governments. Could this effort be successful? Yes, it could, if the participants focused on building a federating organization rather than making it an organization like the one they came from. Progressive and socialist parties have much more in common than what divides them. They must unite if they are to create an American society different from the one we have now.

Michel hertz


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