The following video is a wonderful introduction to how we can begin to make the bottom up movement a reality. This movement will need to take on various roles. This includes how we educate and parent our kids to how we conduct our lives. This is the beginning of our declaration of independence from the corporate state.
The speaker in the below video is Kimberly Carter Campbell. She is the producer, director and co-writer of Thrive. I present this short You Tube video for your meditation and not indoctrination. What does this work of Kimberly's mean to you? How can you become an agent for change? Or, do you continue thinking "ah, we'll eventually get a decent candidate." And, yes, we probably have some in the likes of Jill Stein and perhaps Bernie Sanders.
Its not them that's going to change things. Perhaps, they may get in office. I doubt it, though. Look at the powers behind the scenes that that will go against them. We need to be the instruments to change and stop surrendering our power. Even once they are in power, will they have free reign to make things right?
The Rolling Stones sing in "Sympathy for the Devil" "I shouted out who killed the Kennedy's where after all, it was you and me." Yes, we have fostered the manifestation of the insanity of this country and this world. We have fostered it in our being complacent as well as our activity in the system that did these things. We need to demand more choice that twiddle dee and twiddle dum in the form of republicans and democrats. Thus, its not Kimberly that's going to change it. Its folks like us. Her work states its in OUR hands. Or do we negate the message and continue in the vein of the writings of psychiatrist Eric Fromm in his book, "Escape From Freedom".
Hate to bust your bubble, but, it IS happening. Wake up and smell the roses. Make changes. Be like Campbell and make real change and stop focusing so much as to who is running for president. Yes, vote. Then thumb your nose up at the one you voted for and be the change you want to see in the world. You are what matters. Bottom up is a motto of Kimberly, let it be yours also. We are the 99%. Remember that movement? Hey, they do still exist.