82. A Movement against the 1% is only formed by many leaderless Autonomous Clubs.

Our society is dominated by very rich leaders (the 1%).  We need a society that is different from the present one. In the fight against the all-powerful leaders we must not copy the present structure of society with organisations with leaders and followers. We need individual 99% who act on their own way. We need people who advance inspirational ideas what to do and against whom. Autonomous Clubs do not need leaders who profit from the work of non-leaders. We fight the 1% and when we win we must not create a new 1%. That happened after most past revolutions. Continue reading

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81. Why should the Movement attack the 1%?

The 1% is the top of the world, they have money and power. They decide and interfere in higher circles. Decisions are often taken in backrooms and the 99% do not hear much about what happens there. The super-rich 1% have servants at the top of the industrial, medical, political, military, financial and many other worlds. The 99% can only dream of the high incomes of these leaders. The servants are obedient because the very rich top can interfere in their decisions and also in their incomes. Money is the prime reason of all decisions. Continue reading

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80. A movement against all products that only can be bought and used by the super-rich 1%.

I write only for people who want to get a society in which all people are considered to be equal. After all past revolutions soon a new 1% started to rise. Again common people became secondary. They should again strive for a society without a 1% who base their power on money. Continue reading

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79. A Movement has one dominating action point, organisations have many points.

A movement against the 1% direct all energy of the participants on people who belong to the 1%. Actions are carried out by the 99%, by individual common people. Actions of organisations are mostly promoted by leaders. A movement gives freedom to participants while an organisation only activates one kind of people and divides the 99%. Continue reading

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78. Individual actions by common people are the motor behind all political Movements.

The movements in the years between 1965 and 1985 were inspired by small ideas. They had some successes. But these positive movements hardly changed society. That is the most important reason why movements became very rare after 1985. The influence of the 99% on society became smaller while the influence of the 1% increased. Their money reigned over the interest of the 99%. Continue reading

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77. What is a political Movement.

In a political Movement hundreds of thousands of individual people have a vague common goal and become active to achieve this goal. There are no orders from above, a movement is not an organisation but a gathering of many independent common people. Such a movement can remove the 1% from their power and money to give all people the same status. Continue reading

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76. For change we need political Movements. They do barely exist in rich Western countries.

The 99% hardly move .They are controlled by the 1% and only sometimes they move a little for a short time. There are no political Movements that activate hundreds of thousands of 99% for some years. There are even no vague goals. Maybe a Movement should come into being against the rule of the greedy and selfish 1%. Continue reading

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75. Action targets should be all things that people who cannot spend 200.000 euro in one year could not get.

Actions should be motivated by the idea that money and not the life of the 99% is the prime argument in decisions. You can live excellent when you can spend each year 200.000 euro but now some people get much more while many people often have an empty purse. Actions should prevent the use of extremely expensive things that only can be obtained by people with very high incomes. Continue reading

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74. They have billions, we have millions. Why is there no pressure at all on the people with billions?

In France a month ago actions started called “Nuit Debout”, “We stand up at night”. Hundreds of thousands of common citizens became active because the 1% and their servants want to control even more the 99% by introducing new restricting work conditions.
Some people call it the beginning of a revolution but the highest power in the country, the 1%, is not attacked at all. The billions in the slogan is only a word, there are only conflicts with the political class that makes life for the 1% even more easy (and more profitable). Continue reading

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73. Terrorism is a political term, used by powerful people to prevent that powerless people get power.

Most political activities hurt the 99% while people with power are hardly damaged. I do not agree with this kind of activities.
In all countries the 99% are controlled. The right to demonstrate is restricted by people against whom will be demonstrated. The right to assemble, to organise a meeting, to have an own opinion etc. are often attacked, controlled or even suspended. This is never done when people with power assemble, meet or advance different opinions. Continue reading

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