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Revolutionary Reflections

One hour of homework for all of us.

Hey all you activists out there!

So another year has gone by. You’re back at work. The tasks are piling up. The goodwill and cheer of the holiday season are a distant memory, but the resolve in your spirit from the excitement of recent revolutionary months is higher than ever. 2011 was a year of global uprisings … We found hope in Tunisia, inspiration in Egypt and a voice in Occupy. We’ve had a taste of revolution and we want more. Check out Democracy Now’s one hour piece on the first ‘year of revolutions’ in the 21st century and be poised for the corporate state rapture to come.

URL: http://www.democracynow.org/2012/1/2/year_of_global_uprisings_from_the

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Anonymous

This piece in ROAR provides a nice framework for answering those famous questions about "the day after". It's co-written by the guy who was quoted in the original AdBusters ad for OWS, Raimundo Viejo:

The day after: the movement beyond the protest
http://roarmag.org/2012/01/delclos-viejo-indignados-2012-15-m-spain/

As our movement transforms from a protest into a new social climate, promising signs are emerging of a new cooperative form of social organization.

Anonymous

This piece in ROAR provides a nice framework for answering those famous questions about "the day after". It's co-written by the guy who was quoted in the original AdBusters ad for OWS, Raimundo Viejo:

The day after: the movement beyond the protest
http://roarmag.org/2012/01/delclos-viejo-indignados-2012-15-m-spain/

As our movement transforms from a protest into a new social climate, promising signs are emerging of a new cooperative form of social organization.

Anonymous

I told you before: we need to pick one single important issue at a time, then demonstrate until we get the establishment tired and to act upon it; then we'll retire briefly, regroup, decide on a second issue and start again with the demonstration. Otherwise it's just a market full of chiles and rotten tomatoes.

Anonymous

As a Rightist Observor of the OWS, I would offer this.
1. The Right to vent, to demonstrate visibly, these are not in question.
2. Reason dictates, that if one has a demonstrable, viable, opine that counters a specific wrong, then one should have an alternative.
OWS APPEARS to have only the former. No Solutions.
Recc:
If the OWS is truly a Social Protest movement, versus a manipulated group of uninformed grunts on the streets, then provide an alternative. Make such specific, viable, doable and above all, reasonable.

Simplistic statements of "Down with this or that, etc" do not SOLVE the WRONGS. There are venues to solve wrongs, find them, use them, and then perhaps the US Electorate will view you actions in a much more tolerable vien.
Semper FI

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