Mov. 34. Inequality continues to grow, only the rich can take important decisions that primarily benefit themselves.

Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos are the first two people who possess more than 100 billion dollar. At the same time the number of people who do not know if they have the next day enough money to buy the food to survive is also increasing. More than a billion people – fifteen percent of all people on our earth – belong to this group. And hardly anybody does somewhat against this terrible fact. No, the rich have to become richer and what happens to the not-rich people is secondary. Continue reading

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Mov. 33. Mass actions have hardly any success, we should use many small actions to undermine wrong decision-takers.

I participated in quite a few mass actions and also in many small activities. Mass actions had always very meagre positive results. Wrong decisions were hardly changed and wrong decision-takers remained on their high posts. It shows that top-people hardly listen to what the 99% are saying, they are not interested in what common citizens want. Small actions promised more positive results. Continue reading

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Mov. 32. The 99% should target wrong decision-takers and not concentrate on wrong decisions.

People who take important decisions belong to the 1%. When they take wrong decisions they are not personally punished but sometimes their organisation pays a fine. The biggest Dutch Bank, the ING-bank, got a fine of about a billion euro because the bank whitewashed black money from illegal origin. ING-leaders had taken important wrong decisions but only the ING-organisation was fined and the high-placed (and high-paid) wrong decision-takers could continue to take other wrong decisions. When lower-placed people whitewash criminal money they are arrested and imprisoned. Continue reading

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Mov. 31. Many small actions of many small and independent Autonomous Clubs curtail the power of the 1%.

We need small Autonomous Clubs. All past actions were wrong on at least two points. Only activists were damaged and action results were hardly ever positive. That happens with mass actions in which the 99% only ask to change wrong decisions. The wrong decision-takers and the 1% are never disturbed. The 99% did not get a better life and the 1% continued to increase their money and power. For real change we need thousands small independent Autonomous Clubs that carry out tens of thousands small actions against selfish top-people, against the 1%. Continue reading

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Mov. 30. Political actions should change, they are mostly without much success.

Most actions have hardly any positive result. Sometimes decisions taken by people who do not know anything about the 99% are somewhat changed. But when these decisions are put in practice improvements often just disappear. Decision-takers are selfish people who defend (and improve) in first place their own life. I do not understand why most actions are restricted to change a little bit wrong decisions and hardly ever pressure wrong decision-takers. Continue reading

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Mov. 29. With actions we want to change society. But why are the 1% never the target of any action?

The world is ruled by the 1%, by a few extremely rich people supported by well-paid and high-placed mercenaries. They control the 99% who have to follow their orders. All past efforts to get another society in which the 99% have the same power as a few ruling and egoistic top-people have failed. Though many 99% carried out individual actions, most resistance against greedy rulers came from organisations that were comparable with how the old society was organised. A few top-revolutionaries gave orders that members carried out. When the revolution succeeded a new kind of 1% ruled while the 99% still did not have much influence on decisions that were taken far above them. Continue reading

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Mov. 28. Reactions of high-placed people who were disturbed by a series of small actions.

My action experience shows that a long series of small disturbances have more influence on decisions of top-people than traditional mass actions. By carrying out small actions activists are hardly ever damaged while clashes with the police after big demonstrations can lead to serious injuries to demonstrators. Continue reading

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Mov. 27. Penetrating in the private living situation of the 1% will change the world.

Political actions mostly want to change wrong decisions. There is hardly any pressure on wrong decision-takers. Only sometimes the lowest decision-takers, the politicians, are somewhat pressured. But the results are not very positive. The highest decision-takers, the 1%, continue to take wrong and selfish decisions that negatively influence the life of the 99% while the life of the richest people becomes better and more exclusive. That should change. Continue reading

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Mov. 26. Mass actions have hardly any positive results. Wrong decisions do not change, wrong decision-takers remain on top.

Mass actions are inspiring but only the 99% are damaged. People on top of society who take wrong and selfish decisions are not directly pressured. That should change. We should start to use many small and hardly punishable actions that only disturb the life of the 1%. Now they continue to live undisturbed in their exclusive mansions.

Wrong decision-takers should become the prime action targets.
Activists should remain unknown. They should work together in small groups carrying out unsuspected and hardly punishable actions.
The safety of activists should be the prime point in any action. Damage to our kind of people should be avoided, damage to the 1% could be favourable to the demands of our actions.

In mass actions activists follow mostly what is decided by action leaders.
In small-group actions activists must think themselves what they should undertake. Therefore they need a lot of information about the life of the elitist people they are going to disturb. Then nobody knows who carried out which action. The safety of activists is therefore increased.

Before any action is carried out, activists should collect much information of private life of the targets. Not only their home addresses but also places they frequent as shops, restaurants, pubs, sports, holiday places, second houses, working places, which meetings they attend, etc.
This can be deducted by silently following the targets but also in elite magazines where much is published about what very rich people do with their money and in which industries they are involved.

We need another kind of actions. After nearly all past actions the same people continue to take decisions that are primarily beneficial to the people on top of society. In the last twenty years the income and the possessions of the top of society increased much while the income of common citizens hardly increased. When we do not undertake another kind of actions we continue to be secondary people who depend on decisions taken by people who have a quite different and much more affluent life. The more than twenty mass demonstrations by the French Yellow Vests have not changed the decisions that are taken. Decisions remain favourable for the few people, the 1%, who are on top of society.
We need change and thus another kind of action.

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Mov. 25. The 1% are independent because they have a lot of money. They control if decisions in first place benefit themselves.

Most political actions try to get better decisions and not to remove wrong decision-takers. Action groups only ask the lowest decision-takers (the politicians) to take decisions that are more favourable for the 99%. Top-people who control that decisions are in first place favourable for the 1% are never pressured. At the most a hundred thousand people have so much money that they independently take selfish decisions that are carried out by lower decision-takers. They should become the prime target of any political action. Continue reading

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