All decisions, from the far past up till the present, are taken by powerful (and very rich) decision-takers. The 99% have hardly any influence. The consequences of these decisions can be very bad but only hurt the 99%. It is comparable as what happens during wars, the 99% are damaged, arrested, imprisoned, tortured and killed while the 1% is hardly disturbed. Continue reading
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Tagged 1%, 99%, Action, action target, damage, decsicion, success
To get more influence the 99% should directly pressure decision-takers. Continue reading
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Tagged 1%, 99%, Action, decisions, election, money, power, pressure
In the USA many actions take place against new oil pipelines. Activists demand that politicians take decisions to stop the construction. That will not happen, politicians agreed with the new pipelines in more or less secret meetings where the 99% is not present. They follow the orders from the real decision-takers, the 1% and their high placed servants as for example the Deep State. Politicians are not very powerful, in first place they carry out policies that are favourable for top-people. What activists want is not important. Most actions in the political sphere hardly ever ask the removal of political servants who time and again take decisions that are not very good for the 99%. Continue reading
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Tagged 1%, 99%, Action, individuality, inequality, pipelines, police, selfishness, success
“Punching nazis is fun!
But shutting down pipelines is hella important”.
A twitter message on 30-8-2017 by @stimulator, a subversive news show. I do not agree.
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Tagged 1%, 99%, Action, Autonomous Club, change, Movement, nazis, pipelines
We need great ideas to get a better and more humane world.
Great ideas need great targets.
We do not want to change a few small things in the present dubious world but open possibilities to a new world in which all people have the same status, in which all people may challenge any decision that is taken. A world without a super-rich and dominating 1%. Continue reading
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Tagged 1%, 99%, Action, Golden Rule for Actions, Revolution, target, War
The 1% dominate our society. The richest people have most power and control most decisions. They are hardly ever attacked, leftists as well as rightists only attack people who belong to the 99%. The contradiction between left and right prevents that all attention (and all actions) is directed at the primary enemy, the 1%. Continue reading
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Tagged 1%, 99%, Action, domination, Golden Rule for Actions, inequality, leftists, rightists
Hundreds of thousands of common citizens participated in Germany in actions against the G20. They were enthusiastic because so many people had become active. But there were hardly any positive results. And many activists but also many police-officers, all belonging to the 99%, were damaged while the political leaders in the G20-meeting were not at all disturbed by the actions. Continue reading
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In the public but also in the private sector there are quite a few people with (very) high incomes who prepare decisions. They remain on top for tens of years. They are hardly ever sacked and common citizens have no influence on these people who I call servants of the 1%. I do not like president Trump, but I also do not like ex-president Obama, they are not people who promote the life of common people. Trump is part of the 1% while Obama climbed up in the spheres of the Deep State by having important jobs and by listening to (and obeying) people who are on top of the Deep State. Obama is still a prominent servant of the 1%. Continue reading
Actions should have success. When there are no successes, many activists stop being active and action groups disappear. During my sixty years of experience in the action world many groups only existed a few years. The police control better and more systematically people with opposite views. This is not caused by common police-officers who fight with demonstrators but by high-placed police-officers who are seldom targeted by activists. Successes of actions that involve fights with the police are rare. It is a reason to stop these fights and direct all power of action groups against people who order common officers to hit activists. Continue reading
There are a few very powerful people in our world. They are fairly unknown and take their decisions in silence. They have much too much money and talk nearly only with people who also have too much money. They are the 1% who care for it that decisions in first place increase the stream of money to their pockets. The 1% is the most important target for the 99% when they want a more humane world in which all people can influence any decision. Such attacks never occurred. Why should we not change the direction of our activities. There is still too much misery. It only changes when the greedy and selfish 1% cease to exist. Continue reading
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Tagged 1%, 200.000 is the limit, 99%, Autonomous Club, Demonstration, Fourth People's Power, Golden Rule for Actions, money, small actions