I feel the occupy movement does have a basic underlying message; get the money out of the political process, and regulate corporate (and all lobbying) making it a public forum - and not two old white guys sitting across from each other in an office. (That probably used to work for each other, and they have promised you a job when you get out of politics -- tripling your present salary!!. The "lobbyist" used to be a "politician", it worked for him!. Who owns who? That's a Person-hood.).
"I" was at the WTO protests in Seattle Washington, (with thousands of "other" really awesome people, and a few "freaks") when a bunch of “anarchists” started busting windows with crowbars. "We" surrounded "them", and "they" got in a circle with their crowbars. I tried to get the "Seattle police" to come arrest these “anarchists”, that were only fifty feet away and threatening violence and breaking windows… The "Seattle police" would not budge from their “police line”, making all of "us" the "enemy".... (There were thousands of "union" and "other" people sitting and standing in the street,, - it was not a "scary" atmosphere until the windows started breaking…). " I" am not the "enemy".
Please Sign the petition to amend the Constitution for revoking corporate personhood at:
(I feel January 20th, 2012: will be a bigger day in US history than WTO in Seattle. The battle continues, rage against the machine is real.)
January 20, 2012 – Move to Amend Occupies the Courts!
Move To Amend is planning bold action to mark this date — Occupy the Courts — a one day occupation on Friday January 20, 2012, of the Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States and as many of the 89 U.S. District Court Buildings as we can. Inspired by Dr. Cornell West, who was arrested on the steps of the Supreme Court last month, Move to Amend will lead the charge on the judiciary which created — and continues to expand — corporate personhood rights.
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