NO! - Corporations and their mechanisms of suppression will prevent any significant resistance movements from taking hold.
21% (8 votes)
YES! - Americans are just beginning to fight back against the corporate takeover of our democracy and economy.
79% (30 votes)
Total votes: 38

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Saint4255 2 years 25 weeks ago

Think it and it will be

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washnwmn 2 years 25 weeks ago

I noticed the mainstream media has tried to ignore it all day. Thanks to the various people oriented networks that ARE covering it.

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geanark 2 years 25 weeks ago

revolution happens between your own ears, this cat is out of the bag and the bag is out of the box, and far too many have gone native and/or off the reservation to go back now

as the snivilization of legal fictions of persons begins to disintegrate, actual humans seem ready to prepare to actually take the wheel

will it be largely consensual? this poll gives some hope, but the participant selection is far from scientific

hierarchy will die, possibly humans may well survive it, tho it's far too late for the climate as we know it and far too many of our fellow species

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