Repeated here from Thom's Blog regarding the JP Morgan Scam:
"A society is in serious trouble when its political pariahs have at the core of their demand a return to the rule of law. This inversion, with our political and cultural outcasts demanding a respect for law, highlights the awful fact that the most radical and retrograde forces [currently with Barac Obama at its pinnacle] within the body politic have seized control. All conventional forms of dissent, from the electoral politics to open debates, have been denied us. We cannot rely on institutions that once made piecemeal and incremental reform possible. The only route left is to disconnect as thoroughly as possible from the consumer society and engage in acts of civil disobedience and obstruction. The more we sever ourselves from the addictions of fossil fuel and the consumer society, the more we begin to create a new paradigm for community. The more we engage in physical acts of defiance - as Bill McKibben and others did in front of the White House to protest the building of the Keystone XL pipeline - the more we keep alive a new, better way of relating to one another and the ecosystem."
"We must stop being afraid. We have to turn our backs for good on the Democrats [including banksterette Hillary], no matter what ghoulish candidate the Republicans offer up for president. All the public disputes between candidates in the election cycle are a carnival act. On the issues that matter, there is no disagreement among the Republicans and Democrats. We have to defy all formal systems of power. We have to create monastic enclaves where we can retain and nurture the values being rapidly destroyed by the wider corporate culture and build the mechanisms of self-sufficiency that will allow us to survive."
The above passage is from "Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt" by TRUE Americans Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco.