posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 06:57 AM
After watching ATS filled with endless posts concerning Occupy Wall Street for almost a month now (albeit a pleasant change from the neverending US
political saga of Tea Parties and POTUS who only campaign rather than govern), I was wondering whether it might not be a good idea for the
non-organizing organizers to maybe take a time out and rethink their strategy.
After all, it's not working, it has no aim, and it isn't even disrupting Wall Street's day to day affairs.
Call me old fashioned but perhaps set a goal, a target to work towards? Perhaps actually move onto the street rather than standing by the side of it?
These alternate methods have proven quite useful in the past in other countries....
There is the distinct possibility that Che Guevara might not have become so popular if his strategy had been solely to hold a placard bearing an
ambiguous slogan whilst unobtrusively loitering outside a post office...