A thousand flea-bites are worse than one bite of a tiger.
A continuous stream of bites will bring anyone in an unbearable situation.
Our bites increase the pressure on the 1% so much they cannot continue to live their exclusive life based on more money than anyone else.
Sun Tzu said in “The Art of War” “You can be sure of succeeding when you attack places which are undefended”.
Jean Paul Marat said: “Revolution will be a kind of guerrilla in which we can attack the enemy in all places where the army cannot be used. This means that we can deprive the enemy of all his advantages”.
Small temporary Autonomous Clubs can carry out flash actions that disturb the extravagant world of the 1% and do not hinder the 99% who will support such actions.
A flea bites on bare skin. The 1% have many unprotected places where we can bite. They are connected by many threads to the world of the 99%. These threads can be disturbed because they can hardly be protected.
Goods are produced in our world and transported to the world of the 1%.
Special recreation places where the 99% are not allowed to come are supplied and maintained by the 99% and the 1% are cared for by servants that belong to the 99%. These weak points can be undermined.
The 1% need contacts with family, friends and acquaintances and with subordinates from the 99%. The more than one million American 1% are connected to each other by a gigantic web of vulnerable threads and also to the world down under where the 99% live, the goods are fabricated and the servants recruited.
Without this web the 1% cannot use their power to amass money and wealth. By cutting the undefended threads a New Humane World becomes possible.
Sun Tzu knew already many centuries ago that when you look for the weak points, you win.
Joost van Steenis