92. The second world of the 99% has no influence at all in the first world of the 1% while the 1% rule the second world.

The 99% need one world without a 1%.
There is a first, richest world for the 1% and a second world for the 99%. The two worlds hardly have contact with each other. The 1% give their orders to their servants who translate these orders towards the 99%. At the same time money streams from the second to the first world.
The 1% give selfish orders to make the money stream bigger and let the 99% produce special expensive products that make the rich world more different from the second world. The 99% cannot give orders, they are a kind of secondary people.

The 99% only talk with the political servants of the 1% and hope the servants will listen and take good decisions. But their problems do not penetrate in the world of the 1% because the 1% are only interested in their own world, for them the 99% merely produce extravagant products.

It is nearly impossible to make problems clear to the highest power in the country. That is not democratic. But the 1% are not democratic, they decide which orders are giving to the servants. That happens in semi-secret meetings, exclusively for the 1% and their servants. Meetings as the Bilderberg conference are all closed for the 99%. The 99% have no influence on the decisions.

The 99% are only allowed to vote once every four years to elect political servants of the 1%. There are no elections for leaders in the army, the industry, the banks etc. The first world is a closed world. Democracy is only a means to keep the 99% silent. The voting in England for Brexit, in The Netherlands against the acceptance of The Ukraine in the NATO and in the United States with the election of Donald Trump show that democracy is wavering. The 99% become more dissatisfied and start to disbelieve all politicians. The world becomes more instable.

The American presidential elections proved that populists can outvote the servants of the 1%. It was a first step in the direction of a world without a 1%. But Trump belongs to the 1% and to get a new world without a 1% more has to happen. The 1% has to be removed from their powerful top-position. Therefore we need direct attacks on the 1% in the first world at the top of the money and power pyramid. Then the servants of the 1% will see that their grip on the 99% is weakening.

Now all actions of the 99% are restricted to the second world where the 99% live. There are no actions in the first world where the 1% live. When the 1% are not pressured they continue to use their money and power to control the 99% and there will be no world without a 1%.

Change only occurs when the 99% become active by disturbing the private life of these greedy and selfish people.
For real change the 99% should attack the 1% in the first world.

Read chapter 17. “Are the 1% the only target? Also lower bosses can be pressured.” via  http://members.chello.nl/jsteenis/Revolution17.htm.
Or download freely my latest book “How to make Revolution, developing the Fourth People’s Power” via http://members.chello.nl/jsteenis/Revolution.pdf about how to pressure the 1%.
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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 http://members.chello.nl/jsteenis. 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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