Many Afghans die in the ongoing war but the production of drugs continues.
About two million Indian kids die each year before they are five years old but I do not see any action against greedy 1% who are the basic reason of these deaths.
The democratic government in Thailand is ousted by rich military who support the Thai 1% but they are welcomed by Western investors and their political servants.
Saudi-Arabian women are forbidden to drive a car – only one tiny aspect of their discrimination. But the rich royal family is welcomed to spend a lot of money in Western countries or send millions to fundamentalists.
Tens of thousands of people are killed each year in Mexico in the so-called drugs war but drug money continues to stream to banks that are owned by the 1%.
The selfish rich know that next day or next year they are still extravagant rich but more than a billion people do not know if they live the next day or the next year.
The extreme rich in the ebola-countries will not die but the living situation of the poor is so bad that the illness can hardly be avoided.
I can continue giving examples of extravagant money going to the 1% while the 99% only get a little or even nothing at all. That must change!
Let we start with actions by which it becomes impossible for the 1% to spend their surplus money by attacking objects and services that cannot be bought or used by people who cannot spend more than 200.000 euro in one year.
“Spending 200.000 euro in one year should be the limit!” http://members.chello.nl/jsteenis/Revolution21.htm
Be creative or look at the examples I give in my latest book ”How to make Revolution. Developing the Fourth People’s Power”. Free downloadable from http://members.chello.nl/jsteenis
Down with the 1%!
Joost van Steenis