Greed and selfishness promote corruption

(Five articles) Most decisions are stimulated by the wish to get more money. This greed originated in the top of our society and the virus has spread further down. But the sick people at the top profit most, billions of euros are transferred by illegal means under which corruption from the pockets of The People to the wallets of the 1%. We should counter this theft by direct actions that disturb the extravagant world of the 1% build with money stolen from us.  

1. Decision-takers are often selfish and corrupt
2. Lobbying is big and unpunished corruption
3. Corruption is wide-spread and nobody does anything!
4. The 1% as focus-point for actions
5. The War of the Flea, attack the weak points

Joost van Steenis


About Joost van Steenis

My latest book "How to make Revolution, developing the Fourth People's Power", can be downloaded for free from my site It contains new ideas how to take the money and power away from the most powerful people, the elite. It strives to get a new society in which not money is the pivotal point of all discussions but the idea that all people have the same status. New action means are introduced to reach this paradigm shift (a revolution) that concentrate on direct actions in the living sphere of the elite.
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2 Responses to Greed and selfishness promote corruption

  1. C T says:

    A short movie about the gluttony of the 1% and maybe how close encounters with humanity can affect them:

  2. Ed Goertzen says:

    The Central Message of Jesus Christ was to abhor narcisissm.

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