Posted 3 years ago on Sept. 20, 2014, 12:43 p.m. EST by pigeonlady
from Brooklyn, NY
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I was interviewed twice. Essentially, the interviewers wanted to know why I was there. Wow, such an easy question! Between the various background noises and a dispute or two, my concentration faltered; all I could do was to apply the failures of the system in my situation and those around me, what I see and have heard from others. The student interviewer asked what can we do about it? Platitudes aside, I thought it a good question and wanted to give a good answer. I could not. At the last I made a synopsis of what needs to be done but not how. It occurred to me that HOW involves a plan, a detailed outline, and an absolute. Not the vagueness of the demand but an actual method with SUSTAINABLE replacement of components of the system building to the complete restructuring of government. If you want to have a revolution, you got do it right. Serious discussion group needed here. Not long boring essays. Not people pissed because of their pot bust. Not a casual meet at Barney's. Let's make a real group.