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Forum Post: What are the benefits of a leaderless movement?

Posted 10 years ago on Dec. 8, 2011, 6:09 p.m. EST by WarmItUp (301)
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There are so many threads asking why we don't want a leader. I think it would be nice if we could put this issue to rest by having your feedback on why it is so important in a true democracy to not have one person speaking for the masses. So please lets explain to the doubters why this revolutionary concept of a leaderless, non-hierarchical movement makes so much sense?



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[-] 4 points by April (3196) 10 years ago

It doesn't. It's anarchy. It's nonsense and it's absurd.

And it's not really leaderless. That's a lie. There's a bunch of anarchists running this movement. Thus, the resulting anarchy. Holding this movement back from the potential of being a political force to affect change by ending government corruption. And lots more good stuff.

[-] 2 points by richardkentgates (3269) 10 years ago


[-] 1 points by barb (835) 10 years ago

You only need a leader if you wish to continue being sheep. I think we can all be leaders at this particular time in history.

[-] 1 points by LSN45 (535) 10 years ago

I'm sure it is very frustrating to the establishment that they don't have a specific leader. Normally as soon as a leader is named that they spend lots of $ from their political "war chests" digging up dirt in an effort to defame them. Right now it is a moving target, so they have had to paint the whole movement with a broad brush.

[-] 1 points by AFarewellToKings (1486) 10 years ago

7:00 p.m. EST

[-] 0 points by DunkiDonut2 (-108) 10 years ago

The benefit is that you cant sleep with the boss to become leader.