Women's Suffrage, The Indian Resistance to the UK, The Viet Nam War Protests and the Civil Rights Movement all started out the same. There was civil unrest and chaos. There was no clear message at first. Everyone was sure the movement would pass and fade.
A lot of movements started with people who couldn't even clearly communicate what was wrong or what they would do about it.
Every movement that did not have clear goals and effective leaders, did exactly that. They passed and faded.
But the Suffragettes had women who could speak and reason and bring strength to the followers.
The Civil Rights movement went from acts of violence and destruction to a well organized force with a clear vision - or dream.
The movements that succeeded often started with a rag tag motley crew. Without those who started banging the drums, there would never have been a United States. They started this movement. Like somone who is having a stroke or heart attack, many couldn't diagnose exactly what the cause of suffering is, but they knew something was wrong.
That was our Occupiers in the tents. Before any of us, they recognized America was suffering but often had problems communicating the exact diagnosis or cure.
Now there is a new group evolving from the original. We recognize the problem. We have specific solutions to cure it. Our government has been hijacked by money for so long and our politicians have sold themselves like prostitutes for so long, that it has become a "Chicken & Egg" Dynamic. If the sellers (Politicians) didn't sell, the buyers (Corporations, Bankers & Special Interest Groups) wouldn't be able to buy. But if the politicians don't do what those who put them in office tell them to, they will be put out of office by the same people who put them in. It's a never-ending cycle. But it can be broken. How? Go to:
Look at the Political Platform Page.
If you agree it's time to take the actions that will make real change, contact me. I'll help you get started wherever you are. it's time to do more than bang on drums. It's time to take back our government.