Most political actions try to get better decisions and not to remove wrong decision-takers. Action groups only ask the lowest decision-takers (the politicians) to take decisions that are more favourable for the 99%. Top-people who control that decisions are in first place favourable for the 1% are never pressured. At the most a hundred thousand people have so much money that they independently take selfish decisions that are carried out by lower decision-takers. They should become the prime target of any political action.
Lower decision-takers obey the wishes of the top of the 1%. It are the mercenaries of the 1% and get much higher incomes than the 99% who have hardly any influence on what is decided in the top of society.
The lowest decision-takers are elected. They are supported by civil servants who are sometimes a little bit pressured by the 99%. All other top-people are not elected and hardly ever pressured. Therefore the incomes of the 99% hardly increased in the last ten years while top-people got much more. Electing representatives is obviously not the right way to get decisions that favour the interests of the 99%.
Above elected politicians are high-placed and well-paid civil servants of state organisations and the leaders of the army and the police who give the orders to use violence against political activists. They actively control the 99% who don’t agree with their secondary position. Even when common citizens are killed in actions – as during the Yellow Vests demonstrations – these leaders are never removed from their lucrative top-positions or pressured by actions of the 99%.
Even more untouchable are the very high paid top-directors of banks and gigantic concerns who take in first place decisions that increase the wealth of the 1% who own these concerns. The real 1% are people who have more than about a hundred million euro who take independently selfish decisions. Political actions are at the most a kind of discussions between the 99% and lower decision-takers, the top of the 1% remains always outside these conflicts. They are never pressured.
When we want a society without a 1% political actions should not ask a better kind of decisions but remove the few egoistic top-people who order to control the secondary life of the 99%. And actions should never damage the 99% but only increase pressure on the 1%.