posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 03:21 AM
As a realist I, as well as most, can see that, the movement all be it unorganized and misdirected in some ways, is the start of something? Change? One
can only hope. But with each passing day even when tossed under the rug for the latest news puff story, OWS and all other occupy movements are gaining
steam. The uninformed are becoming wise, the people as a collective whole are realizing there voice.
Society has come to the conclusion "that the voice that never speaks, is never heard" and are speaking up. To think a man in Tunisia (Mohamed
Bouazizi, gone but not forgotten) in a literal sense lit a fire under our collective asses, and since then we have seen the world realize the social
inequality forced upon us by the current systems that we are bound too.
Too all who watched the video and were moved bye the speech, and the underlying context of the message, keep up our fight let our voices be heard. We
may not need to occupy the world, but occupy where you can. Support your local movement, but please be informed so as not to give fox news and there
cohorts any more ammo, to cast negative weight against a very important cause.
An informed opinion, isn't the start of a revolution. But the rebuttal to keep it moving forward... R.E.
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” – John F. Kennedy, 1962