Posted 3 months ago on Jan. 30, 2013, 12:55 a.m. EST by Kavatz
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There is one thing I can think of that everyone has in common. We are all consumers. Most of us depend on the free market. Many of us are afraid to move away from capitalism because we've been trained to think inside a box: that there are no alternatives outside of socialism and communism. Since we are divided politically, geographically, and in so many other ways, a strategy needs to be employed that is able to reach everyone in the 99%, even if they don't know they are.
It's such a simple strategy and so easy to understand, if you really want to. It's so simple that it's unlikely anyone in higher society will defend themselves against it... even if they are reading this right now!
The Conglomerate is just another corporation with the full power and protection of the law. This corporation "owns" a shipload of small business (subsidiaries owned by citizens) at first, and later it acquires (consumes) larger corporations, freeing employees and protecting the environment. Who would try to stop that? Could you imagine supreme court battle between Monsanto and the 99% Conglomerate in Phase 3? The streets would be packed!
You can start a business doing anything and instantly capture a large percent of your target market. When Phase 1 starts, one of the first tasks is getting the Directory of Subsidiaries to supporters of the Occupy movement. Subsidiaries support the Conglomerate by adding the 99% symbol (just a 99% in a circle, any size) to their logo and advertizing.
If we do want to have a government able and willing to change for the better, the people need to be united. Think of all the power of the nation as a pie, and how tiny your piece is without unity. The Conglomerate can become the most influential entity in the world.
It lays out a clear and simple, practically effortless, noble, non-violent resistance-free path to revolution. And it's catchy. What more could you ask for?
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