23 Oct 2006, 15:03
I sent my application to the YCLUSA today.
I hope they accept!
23 Oct 2006, 15:08
you still need to talk to them If I remember correctly. I'd call them up as well when you have a chance. it help expidite the matter. When I joined the CP, It took me a few days to get a hold of them, but, no hitches..
which region are you in?
23 Oct 2006, 15:17
I live in the Annapolis, MD area.
I sent my application via their website, so I don't know if that will help anything.
23 Oct 2006, 15:24
usually that's all that is needed.
but,, I'd call them as well.
I had been working on new websites for the party recently to improve response times, but anyhow..
did you go to the national site?
if you did, I can get you a number of someone to call there..(which would be in NYC)
23 Oct 2006, 21:50
Do keep us posted on the progress, I for one, am most interested.
23 Oct 2006, 22:29
well, progress was put to a grinding halt when I went in the hospital, but I hope to have something soon..
26 Oct 2006, 11:29
This is the best post SE has had in the last year. Finally someone who takes the initiative to get working.
I also joined the dutch YCL online, after an encounter with one of its members on this board. I have been an active member for about 2 years now.
Keep up the good work, comrade!
26 Oct 2006, 15:00
The Dutch YCL is called CJB, it's like the Belgian COMAC.
As for the SP, they are social-democrats. They have taken actual "socialism" out of their program long ago, and now they have finally removed their opposition to NATO membership and the monarchy. They cannot be called "socialist" by any stretch. Since they are the main social-democratic party, now that the PvdA has shifted to New Labourite liberalism, they naturally attract trotskyite entryism like shit attracts flies. Some might consider that a positive thing. I don't.
Anyway, congrats Tardis. Hope it works out well.
26 Oct 2006, 16:02
I consider social-democrats as the "Third Way"goons. SP are radical reformists, that's not the same.
26 Oct 2006, 18:25
How are they radical? They favor purely parliamentary methods to get what they want within the framework of capitalism, the monarchy, and the NATO. Neither their methods nor their intentions can be called "radical" by any means.
27 Oct 2006, 10:04
And yes, i am both a member of the CJB as well as the NCPN.