36. Cheap chemical weapons are forbidden, expensive deadly weapons are promoted.

It is of course repugnant that chemical weapons are used in wars. But that the Western community forced Syria to destroy its chemical weapons is ridiculous.
Chemical weapons indeed killed a few thousand people in Syria but other weapons killed more than hundred thousand people and millions of people were forced to become refugees.
Why is there only action against chemical weapons and not against other weapons?
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35. You don’t get another society by killing civilians and soldiers, all 99%. The 1% should be the target.

In all struggles only the 99% are damaged or killed. But civilians and soldiers do not start wars. When the struggle stops the 99% are still downgraded and secondary to the 1%. The deeper cause of the inequal society, the greed of the 1%, still exists because this cause has not been attacked and the 1% are not pressured. It is easier to attack defenseless 99% then to attack the 1%. They remain out of bounds. Continue reading

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34. Corruption is misuse of power for the own benefit. The 1% earn a lot in this way.

Why have billionaires a wealth that is ten thousand or hundred thousand times more than the wealth of common citizens?
Because they misuse their power for their own benefit, they are corrupt.
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33. We need actions against the 1% preventing them to spend their surplus money.

Too much money streams to the 1% at the top of the world while the misery for the 99% continues. That has to be solved. Not by making wars in poor countries but by investing the surplus money of the 1% in those countries to improve society. Still more than a billion people do not know if they have tomorrow enough food to survive and nearly ten million kids die each year before they are five years old. Continue reading

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32. Dictator Mubarak was replaced by a military dictator. Both were supported by the Western 1% who profit from them.

Many countries are ruled by dictators or regimes that do not allow that common citizens have much influence. These regimes are hardly attacked by Western politicians. Of course not, in those countries the political servants of the Western 1% want an industry that favours the 1% and not the indigeneous population.
Factories are build to produce textiles and many other easy to make products we need. Salaries of the workers are very low and work conditions abominable. Only the local and the Western 1% get a lot of money. Production of goods for the local population is hardly developed. Continue reading

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31. Protests don’t help, the 1% continue to live extravagantly.

Protests in rich Western countries are small because most people know it hardly helps. The wars in the Ukraine, Iraq, Syria, Palestine etc. just continue. The victims and killers all belong to the 99%. The 1% continue to earn money without being involved in the fights. In secret back rooms they arrange fightings between parts of the 99%. Continue reading

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30. Actions against the IS or against the 1%?

The IS does terrible things but not worse as what our 1% does and did. A few years after World War II, in Indonesia then still a Dutch colony, the Dutch army arrested hundreds of men in Sulawesi, took their clothes away and shot them. Everywhere Western armies invade independent countries killing common citizens and supporting the local 1% to control the 99%. Continue reading

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29. Inequality rises everywhere and the position of the 99% deteriorates.

The crisis accelerated the inequality. The rich got more and the 99% got less. Society became less humane. But resistance against the selfish and greedy 1% does hardly exist. Continue reading

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28. Nobody attacks the power and the money of the 1%, there are only fights between the 99%.

The Western (and richest) part of the 1% controls the world and there are no actions against them. Their rule is not beneficial for the 99% but nobody prevents them to rule. Not only increases the income of the 1% enormously but also too many 99% are arrested, tortured and even killed – not only in wars but also in refugee camps or by lack of food.
The 1% who cause this misery are untouched and continue to live extravagantly on an income level common citizens never can reach.
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27. The Blockupy mass action activated people but not in the right direction.

Blockupy organised a big mass-action against the opening of the new European Central Bank in Frankfurt on the 18th of March. Did it have success and gave it any idea about future actions? No, all action took place in one day and the Bank opened anyhow. Continue reading

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