|photo from archive of: http://www.onewisconsinnow.org/|
|Agendas making sense still have to be fought for - Salon archive image.|
|That is "Granny Peace Brigade," not "Grammy Peace Brigage." |
Corporate glitz-entertainment bastions are yet to be Occupied.
So, three images in sequence, or a circle unbroken? Hint: Strib here. The will of the 1% -- hook them early, keep them hooked until they croak. Or, that's a view from outside of the 1%. I await Bill Cooper or Helmsley at UnitedHealth to counterargue.
The Occupier navel gazing exercise, where might things go, and at what pace? This Google.
There are too many in the 99% unwilling to look at the question of rights vs. privileges in the wealthiest single nation in the history of the world. The 1% is quite satisfied with such an unwillingness, indeed, the 1% actively promotes it.
Finally, the Occupy movement has to be as watchful against being co-opted by the Democratic Party for its ends alone, as does the Tea Party, looking at Republicans.
If Move-on.org folks try to elbow into the Occupy driver's seat, watch that the agenda stays far broader than a singular goal of assuring the re-election of Obama. It can include that, as a mixed blessing (but one leagues ahead of Robot-Raider-Romney), yet four more for Obama has to be seen more as a small step toward larger goals, rather than a main end in itself.