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Forum Post: Been saying this stuff for YEARS

Posted 2 years ago on Oct. 18, 2011, 7:59 p.m. EST by ryanm (33) from Wichita, KS
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I'm glad to see this movement going on, but I've been saying this sort of stuff for years, I even wrote a book covering a lot of these issues called 'Letter To Humanity: GROW UP!', although it goes into a lot more than just the way people allow big business to steam roll them. Mostly it's about how I see people... as spoiled little brats.

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[-] 1 points by atki4564 (1259) from Lake Placid, FL 2 years ago

Agreed, so let's start the war against Injustice by starting our own banks to double the income of the Bottom 99% of Workers, for many more people will come to your side when you are proactive (for “new” Business & Government solutions), instead of reactive (against “old” Business & Government solutions), which is why what we most immediately need is a comprehensive “new” strategy that implements all our various socioeconomic demands at the same time, regardless of party, and although I'm all in favor of taking down today's ineffective and inefficient Top 1% Management System of Business & Government, there's only one way to do it – by fighting bankers as bankers ourselves, and thus doubling our income from Bank Profits which are 40% of all Corporate Profits; that is, using a Focused Direct Democracy organized according to our current Occupations & Generations. Consequently, I have posted a 1-page Summary of the Strategically Weighted Policies, Organizational Operating Structures, and Tactical Investment Procedures necessary to do this at:

http://getsatisfaction.com/americanselect/topics/on_strategically_weighted_policies_organizational_operating_structures_tactical_investment_procedures-448eo

Join http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/StrategicInternationalSystems/ because we need 100,000 “support clicks” at AmericansElect.org in support of the above bank-focused platform.

Most importantly, remember, as cited in the first link, that as Bank Owner-Voters in your 1 of 48 "new" Business Investment Groups (or "new" Congressional Committees) you become the "new" Online Congress, and related “new” Businesses, REPLACING the "old" Congress, and related “old” Businesses, according to your current Occupations & Generations, called a Focused Direct Democracy.

Therefore, any Candidate (or Leader) therein, regardless of party, is a straw man, a puppet, a political opportunist, just like today; what's important is the STRATEGY – the sequence of steps – that the people organize themselves under in Military Internet Formation of their Individual Purchasing Power & Group Investment Power. In this, sequence is key, and if the correct mathematical sequence is followed then it results in doubling the income of the Bottom 99% of Workers from today's Bank Profits, which are 40% of all Corporate Profits.

Why? Because there are Natural Social Laws – in mathematical sequence – that are just like Natural Physical Laws, such as the Law of Gravity. You must follow those Natural Social Laws or the result will be Injustice, War, etc.

The FIRST step in Natural Social Law is to CONTROL the Banks as Bank Owner-Voters. If you do not, you will inevitably be UNJUSTLY EXPLOITED by the Top 1% Management System of Business & Government who have a Legitimate Profit Motive, just like you, to do so.

Consequently, you have no choice but to become Candidates (or Leaders) yourselves as Bank Owner-Voters according to your current Occupations & Generations.

So JOIN the 2nd link, and spread the word, so we can make 100,000 support clicks at AmericansElect.org when called for, at exactly the right time, by an e-mail from that group, in support of the above the bank-focused platform. If so, then you will see and feel how your goals can be accomplished within the above strategy as a “new” Candidate (or Leader) of your current Occupation & Generation.

[-] 1 points by stevemiller (1062) 2 years ago

http://overthecoals.blogspot.com/ Please read story about Michael Moore tonight.

[-] 1 points by MrMiller (128) from Sandy, UT 2 years ago

You're damn right that all of us are spoiled. We live in America. That doesn't mean we can't see problems with things and fix them. It's not about getting ahead really. It's about not having to go, go, go, nonstop, without being able to breath. That's what the system does to us. And yet, we have plenty for all, already. Maybe we want to stop being so spoiled? Because, as you know, our system THRIVES under consumption and maybe, just maybe, people want to consume less and not be so spoiled? Think about it. Getting the collective society out of the current hamster wheel would probably open up a generation of philanthropy and that's what I definitely want. Don't you?

[-] 1 points by ryanm (33) from Wichita, KS 2 years ago

When I say spoiled, I mean a lot more than just consumerism, and the fact that you zeroed in on that is precisely what I mean. People are more concerned with their own petty likes and dislikes than making sure this species continues to advance. Religion, gotta go. The entire notion of minorities, gotta go. Sex discrimination in all it's forms, gotta go. Political correctness, gotta go. Right, left, republican, democrat, gotta go.

There are more important things we should be doing and moving towards as a race and I'm sick of seeing things bogged down by bullshit.

[-] 1 points by MrMiller (128) from Sandy, UT 2 years ago

But we cannot stop to look around ourselves unless we slow our consumption. When a person comes home from work, they watch tv, and all they hear is endless rhetoric about just the issues you inferred upon. They don't have time or energy or money to do much else. It's like if you went to church every week since birth and all you imbibed from it all was the rhetoric of sin, like adultery. Soon, you're going to start looking at people only in terms of what kind of morality they exhibit, instead of maybe, I don't know, what their INTERESTS are? That's why I gave up on religion, oh, and the fact that my religion had also become a giant corporation. None are spared.

[-] 1 points by ryanm (33) from Wichita, KS 2 years ago

The underlying issue is that people, in general, don't care enough to change things, not that they can't. "and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed".

[-] 1 points by MrMiller (128) from Sandy, UT 2 years ago

I keep saying over and over and over again, that the only way to truly ween ourselves off the system is to change the way housing is done. Housing is the driving factor behind the overload of the economy and the banks have the power behind them. Banks are the slave drivers, period. They should instead become owners of community assets, especially building equipment, that is given out to those willing to work to provide community ties. They can still provide meaning and opportunity, just in a different way. Like I said though, people are desperate to change things. Housing is the issue here though. It will be until all housing is paid off one day and people have PLENTY of time to look around. Either that or the economy could collapse. One or the other, but the end results would be obvious. Nothing to drive the insanity anymore.