45. Spending 200.000 euro in one year should be the maximum.

Inequality is rising and only a few people can spend more than 200.000 euro in one year while many others hardly have enough money to survive. Why should anyone have a watch that cost half a million euro or wear shoes that cost 300.000 euro? Continue reading

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44. The 1% only listen to their own interests. Therefore they support dictators.

Dictators are never poor. They use their power to get more money for the own group. The influence of the 99% is minimal. The own rich life is most important. Dictators mostly do not differ very much from democratic leaders. They all serve the 1%. Continue reading

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43. The 1% take decisions in silence. Therefore they are hardly attacked.

The opposition on the street against the Greek decision is directed at political servants of the 1%. The 1%, the deciding power, are not attacked and strengthens their grip on society. One of the decisions is the privatisation of Greek harbours and industry. Political servants don’t have the money to buy, only the 1% can do that. But there is no reaction at all from the 99% against the persons who have the money to buy the Greek assets.
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42. Despite a NO, the Greek government bowed to the demands of the European 1%.

The Greek did not attack the cause of all financial problems, the existence of the 1%. The Greek 99% only voted for new political parties but they failed. Despite beautiful words the new government bowed to the demands of the European 1%. Continue reading

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41. Many small actions against the 1% carried out by millions of 99% change the world.

A small group of people, the 1% and their servants in politics, banks, multinationals, universities etcetera, take all important decisions.
The 99% are never asked anything, they have to accept what the top is saying, planning and deciding. Therefore the Greek said no in the referendum but many people still trust the 1%, their lackeys and the controlled media too much. They still think that the top makes the world better for everyone while the crisis has proven that the richer part has profited from the crisis while the poorest part got most burden. Continue reading

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40. The 1% are the targets and not the servants, the politicians

When you only want to change reasonable small decisions you could put pressure on politicians.
Politicians are hardly important when you want to change big decisions as the growing inequality Politicians do not listen to the people, they just serve the 1%, the leaders in the background.
To get another society in which all people have the same status you must start to put pressure on the highest power in the country, the 1%.
That does not happen. The 1% continue to get more and more money and power.  Continue reading

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39. Rich support rich and never the poor. Therefore we must attack the 1%.

The 1% have most power and money but they still want more. Anything they do supports this idea. Anything they do is in the first place for their own benefit. That should change but I see hardly anyone doing something. The 1% are never attacked. Continue reading

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38. A practical example how to disturb creatively the life of people by cyberharassment.

It occurred between two neighbours but it should be used to creatively disturb the life of of the 1% who constantly disturb the freedom, privacy and well-being of the 99%.

The first alleged act occurred on March 18, 2008, when Colton posted from his computer an advertisement that appeared on the Internet site “Craigslist.” The advertisement provided the Lyonses’ home telephone number and address and stated that there were free golf carts available at this location on a “first come, first serve” basis. The Lyonses did not own any golf carts and had never used Craigslist. When Bernadette arrived home at 2:30 P.M. that same day, there were strangers in both her driveway and on the street near her home. These individuals informed her about the advertisement and explained that they were looking for golf carts. In total, about thirty to forty people arrived at the Lyonses’ house that afternoon, causing Bernadette to be “scared” and “fearful.”  Continue reading

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37. Since the crisis started the number of billionaires doubled to over 1500 individuals.

Money flows in the direction of the 1%. Millions of kids are still dying before they are five years old, wages have gone down, unemployment is rampant and a billion people do not even know if they have the next day enough food to survive. So why should there be more billionaires?
Why are there no laws to use the surplus money of billionaires to improve the life of all people.
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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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