Revolution

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Everyone should be in agreement at this point that Obama is worse than Bush, simply based on the fact that Obama has carried on the Bush policies that he was specifically elected to change.

So the GOP and Libertarians and right-wing gun-freaks are clamoring for Obama's impeachment not because he carried on Bush's ridiculous war criminal policies, but because he's not a Republican. The leftist progressives should be clamoring for Obama's impeachment for war crimes and carrying on Bush's policies, but there's virtually no one in American government who would do any better upon Obama's replacement.

Everyone - right, left and center - should be appalled by what America has descended to since 2000. It is the way this system is designed. "More for the super-rich, to Hell with everyone else." That is the reality of America. The controlling powers are above the mere Democrat vs. Republican debate, they do not care at all about progressive or conservative, gay or straight, black or white, male or female. They only want obedient workers who do not question this reality. These "important" issues are only used as a divisive tactic to keep the People fighting amongst themselves instead of uniting against the criminals in charge.

Everyone - right, left and center - should be allied against the entrenched wealth of the 1%. Everything you do- every bill that you pay, every gallon of gas bought, every minute that your cellphone is plugged into the wall, ultimately goes up to them. They control the system and they reap the most benefits. The entire world lives under an international oligarchy.

Revolution is necessary. War crimes are official policy now and the superior firepower of the American military is protecting the criminals from justice. This does not need to be a revolution of Red vs. Blue, liberal vs. conservative. This does not need to be a revolution of guns and bombs. But this revolution will require personal strength and dedication from every member of the public. It will be a difficult task, but the rewards will be worth it.

This revolution will require each person to do their part, which will consist of doing absolutely nothing. That's right. You do not have to do anything in order to fight this revolution because this revolution is economic. The only way to hurt the super-rich is to hit them in their wallets. The only requirement to accomplish this is that each of you do nothing at all. Stop paying taxes, stop buying gas, stop paying bills, stop watching television, stop charging your cellphones, stop using electricity, stop shopping for frivolous nonsense, stop everything. Unplug everything in your house, pull your money out of the banks, and do nothing. Shut the system down.

Do Americans even have the willpower to do absolutely nothing? No more going to the movies, no more going to bars or football games, no more tv, radio, magazines, books, or newspapers? No more credit card bills, utility payments or sales taxes? Or are Americans, regardless of party affiliation, so hopelessly dependent on this criminal system that they are unwilling to stop paying into it in order to shut it down and put the wrong things right? Would Americans give up going to their tedious minimum-wage jobs, driving their polluting cars, charging their lame cellphones and ipads and touch-screen bullshit, in order to cripple the funding to warmongers who have deformed our laws and bastardized the ideals of Humanity?

Even writing messages like this on the internet is funding the war criminals' sick ventures, so the only way to win is to stop everything.

Do Americans have the strength to do nothing for a General Strike?

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Quote JTaylor:The only way to hurt the super-rich is to hit them in their wallets. The only requirement to accomplish this is that each of you do nothing at all. Stop paying taxes, stop buying gas, stop paying bills, stop watching television, stop charging your cellphones, stop using electricity, stop shopping for frivolous nonsense, stop everything. Unplug everything in your house, pull your money out of the banks, and do nothing. Shut the system down.

Do Americans even have the willpower to do absolutely nothing? No more going to the movies, no more going to bars or football games, no more tv, radio, magazines, books, or newspapers? No more credit card bills, utility payments or sales taxes? Or are Americans, regardless of party affiliation, so hopelessly dependent on this criminal system that they are unwilling to stop paying into it in order to shut it down and put the wrong things right? Would Americans give up going to their tedious minimum-wage jobs, driving their polluting cars, charging their lame cellphones and ipads and touch-screen bullshit, in order to cripple the funding to warmongers who have deformed our laws and bastardized the ideals of Humanity?

Even writing messages like this on the internet is funding the war criminals' sick ventures, so the only way to win is to stop everything.

Do Americans have the strength to do nothing for a General Strike?

Well, a good start would be for progressives to stop their adulation of the mega-outsourcing, mega-tax skipping, labor crushing, stock option scamming company called Apple.............or for Teachers' and other public unions' workers to start buying American made cars.....................Ever looked at a public school Teachers' parking lot?.....Pretty much like a Japanese or Korean car lot.......yet they expect solidarity and support with THEIR union??...........In other words, FAT CHANCE. Good try though.

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