Wednesday, October 19, 2011

What happens after the Occupation?

What will we get after the occupation?  Have your benefactors given you the rest of the plan?  I say revolt from your hippy puppeteers and Occupy the GOP.  Put Ron Paul in the white-house and and actually go after the banker!

Ask yourself, If the bankers are really to blame, why isn't the current Justice Office going after them?  Why doesn't the current administration prosecute?  Why won't they even look at the books?  They think you are too dumb to ask even these basic questions.  They think you will be fine with destruction of the system and not hold anyone accountable.  They are counting on you to not vote or to vote in the same politicians that are benefiting from the system and will benefit more if you give them more power.

One thing they would never expect is for you to actually start to fix some of the problem and nominate that crazy Ron Paul whom they have ignored for decades.

I'm not just suggesting this to "stick it to the man" or to take down or take over the Republican Party, nor am I saying it because it's the most radical act that opposes every bastion of power that exists today including both political parties and the entire banking system.  Even though all of those things are true, the reason I suggest this is because it's a major step toward returning us to a system of self governance where the power resides in the people first and foremost.

Here's what you get for your vote: Ron Paul's plan


  1. Hi, I stumbled across this post during a Google search, and I just wanted to answer some of the questions you pose.

    "Ask yourself, If the bankers are really to blame, why isn't the current Justice Office going after them? Why doesn't the current administration prosecute? Why won't they even look at the books? They think you are too dumb to ask even these basic questions."

    If you look at progressive news sites, we're asking ourselves that question all the time. In fact, that's one of the prime motivators of OWS.

    I think, over the course of the next election, conservative populists and liberal populists are going to realize they have more common ground than they realize. I look forward to that.

  2. I agree, there is way too much in common between everyone in D.C. and even "conservatives" are not willing to take real steps to solve our problems. I look forward to an election where people are willing to vote to truly solve our problems rather than both parties voting for who they think "can win" never mind any principles.

    Not that I doubt your conviction, but I wonder if you noticed the election that just passed. There were plenty of opportunities to upset the status quo on local elections but I didn't notice much "occupation" then.

    So here's what I fear we have to look forward to, that come next election the establishment in each of the 2 parties will choose the candidate and OWS will have been complacent in one or both cases.

    We need to do more than just talk. We need to get informed and VOTE! Who cares if you are not Republican, choose the Republican candidate! Same goes for every election for any party or any organization that wants to have control over you. It begins locally!