Political actions mostly want to change wrong decisions. There is hardly any pressure on wrong decision-takers. Only sometimes the lowest decision-takers, the politicians, are somewhat pressured. But the results are not very positive. The highest decision-takers, the 1%, continue to take wrong and selfish decisions that negatively influence the life of the 99% while the life of the richest people becomes better and more exclusive. That should change.
The private living situation of the 99% is influenced by decisions of top-people. In return common citizens should start to make the private living situation of the 1% (and their well-paid and high-placed mercenaries) the prime target of all actions. Then we have an equal power against the now dominating power of top-people who often take wrong and egoistic decisions.
Penetrating the private living situation of top-people is much safer for activists then mass actions in which the police is often ordered to use a lot of violence. Mass actions only occur sometimes while individual – and hardly punishable – small actions can often be carried out. Small groups of unknown activists force top-people to change their way how to take decisions. Top-people learn that wrong decisions may result in the disturbance of their own life. Thousands of small actions intruding in the life of decision-takers are a strong action force. The top cannot continue to live their private life and will take another kind of decisions.
The telephone and the internet are actions places but also plants that suddenly disappear out of their garden. The electronic communication can be disturbed by fake mechanics, private life can be disturbed when they are shopping, eating, sporting or on holiday. Everyone who has contact with the targeted 1% risk to become touched by a continuous stream of small actions that disturb the exclusive and comfortable life they have because they have a lot of money. They hardly have any contacts with the 99% they rule.
Small actions in exclusive restaurants, shops or holiday places disturb top-decision-takers who continue to take wrong decisions. This disturbance only influences the life of the 1%. Activists or other 99% are not damaged by actions in the living sphere of the 1%. These continuous actions force the 1% to realise they have to stop taking decisions that negatively disturb the life of the masses of secondary common citizens who form the 99%.