posted on Oct, 29 2010 @ 06:29 PM
Originally posted by NthOther
If boycotting certain corporations is part of the plan, there needs to be clearly defined reasons for selecting those particular companies. A list
should be compiled of those companies, with the reasons for each boycott spelled out. Corporations with strong ties to banking interests are the first
ones on the list. For instance, say the people who own a controlling interest in Best Buy also own 10% of Wells Fargo--Best Buy would be on the
There would be other criteria of course, such as corporations that have the hard-working indigenous peoples of... wherever slaving away in sweatshops.
But the ones with the strongest ties to the largest banks would be the best bet to get our point across. This would take a lot of painstaking research
and digging around, but I think they could be identified.
Of course, even if we had success bringing any pig-company down, the federal government would probably just bail them out with our money again. Worth
a shot, though.
This is exactly what I was referring to earlier in the thread. This is a very important part of things because if people are going to get involved,
there has to be a shared reason.
Besides TPTB, nobody really wants poverty. Nobody wants war. Nobody wants uncontrolled and unaudited debt. Pretty much everyone dislikes banks and
what they do. Pretty much everyone is fed up with how governments are in bed with the corporations and banks and care nothing for the people. These
are basic tenets that should be at the core of any group looking to stop the banks and big corporations.
So far, we've been able to narrow down that we need to do the following:
- Find out who is the most "connected", and biggest corporations doing business with big banks
- Start a boycotting campaign against said corporations and banks
- Get people to understand and follow through with moving money into smaller local banks
- Educate people on the Federal Reserve and fractional reserve banking
- Start local grass roots initiatives all over the country to get communities involved
- Get people involved on Facebook and other social networking sites.
If we can get enough people involved in the above, I think it will add up to some real change. It will force banks and corporations to re-think their
strategy, which at the least, disrupts things enough to give us a fighting chance.