posted on Oct, 29 2010 @ 03:33 PM
Originally posted by wcitizen
Originally posted by Stillalive
you do understand what we would choose to agree on, we need to make all other people do it too.
so that means a quickly done massive campaign,on facebook even (not that its hard,hell ill do it)
people from european cityes like hague are all about peoples rights so theyr bound to support
canadians and french and sweden/denmark too.
i propose we start with a massive BOYCOT/BAN of a certain brand.
we just choose a company that is really evil for us,and stop buying anything from it,and start to ridicule it on sites like facebook and everywhere.
see? its not that hard to do
and i want to apply to nominate my self as a leader for such campaign, i have the public image and charisma XD to influence people to join
This is something you could get going straight away....why wait? Great idea. Sort of starting with one - we need something that people might be
willing to support globally. One successful global action would be a fantastic achievement.
Yes, but there is one small problem with this approach....
The elites are all about eliminating competition and they also have planned for the loss of a few "nodes" here and there. If you were to boycott one
corporation, the business would just shift to another and that corporation would likely be owned by the same people. It would be like taking your
wallet out of your left back pocket and putting it in the right... this is how TPTB have things structured.
Why do you think there is Nike and Reebok? McDonalds and Burger King? They get most of their products from the same exact suppliers, but as long as
they create the illusion of choice, we consumers are happy. If there were just a McDonalds but no Burger King (or other burger place), what would
people do when they think McDonalds sucks? The greedy corporatists can't just let that person go on their merry way, hell no, they HAVE to squeeze
that money from them. This is why the same people who fund and create businesses do this, it's so it doesn't appear to be a monopoly but really, it
is. For people who don't like BK, there is McD's, and vice versa. For people who don't like Nike, there is Reebok, and vice versa. The illusion of
choice, when both are really the same thing... food, and shoes. It's the same thing with political parties... you THINK you can choose one if you
don't like the other, but really, it's the same puppet on hands belonging to the same person. As long as they give you the illusion of choice,
people will always feel like their ideologies are represented when really, both parties just care about the money and supporting the banks that keep
it flowing. We need to do something to change this.
What would a ballot initiative look like that could protect the people from obscene greed?