Monthly Archives: October 2011

TRANSFORM WALL STREET AND THE EUROPEAN CRISIS

I spent last evening listening to Sasha Lilley, author of Capital and Its Discontents. She made mention of how economists and right-wing politicians had recently forecast ten years of austerity, here in America, in order to recover from the excesses … Continue reading

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Transform

The Occupy Together movement is rightly focused on change. The modern system, focused on consumption and profit and fraud, is deeply flawed. But we have to face some harsh realities: winter is coming, the police are getting antsy, and although … Continue reading

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Divide and Conquer

If I may, let me restate an obvious fact of conflict: divide and conquer. Do you think that the powers that be have forgotten this axiom of warfare? As we descend into literal class warfare, as the rich slurp out … Continue reading

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Do We Need Demands?

DO WE NEED DEMANDS? Derek Joe Tennant, 16 October 2011 Now that the Occupy Wall Street movement has lasted long enough to warrant attention from the mainstream media, we who have actually taken to the streets as part of the … Continue reading

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