That's a great idea. I think the original Occupy Wall Street could have been a great base for that party even at a global level. So hypothtically
speaking what do you think needs to be done to begin something like that?
Actually the guillotine might make a perfect icon for such a party figuratively speaking. It would sure put the bankers on notice.
Well, like any political party, if not a revolutionary party, but a party working within the system, one would need research how to start a political
The next, or, the first step, either/or usually involves campaigning, soap-boxing, people standing up in front of groups of other people and
platforming their positions.
This then goes the way of hat in hand, campaigning for donations, getting signatures, and all the rubber on the road mechanics of getting any kind of
political headway going.
Alternatively, there's the Manchurian Candidate method which could involve the same tricks as Cuckoo Birds in the wild where Cuckoo Birds, I think
Magpies as well, lay their eggs in other bird's nests, whereby on hatching the Cuckoo or Magpie disposes of all the competition.
In other words, plant candidates in offices on both sides of the aisle, all pretending to be and paying proper lip service to the Democratic and
Republican parties, whichever, and then at opportune times, they coordinate as one stealth party to turn votes in favor of their 'invisible' secret
Ideally, one would recruit roughly 2000 students of Law at various prominent Universities that are well known for producing future political up and
comers, using all the tools of the trade of influencing people, including all the dirty tricks like setting them up for compromising and extremely
damaging situations with which to "own" them, and then, let them loose on the world to mature and start stamping their name on the world.
Those successful in obtaining influential positions some 10, 15, 25, or so years later on, are then in your control, to some extent.
Then again, if I can think of this, I'm sure there's others that have thought of this, and there's already a line of 'recruiters' in various
employs with well practiced and oiled bags of dirty tricks vulturing around campuses in collecting promising futures.
Thus, you are then left with the grass-roots methods.
How did the Libertarians get seats?
What has the Tea party done?
What about the Green party?
Some of these parties, or former members of such might even extend help in activating a new promising position on the political stage.
It would give them the promise of either being part of something new and exciting or, the hint of injecting their own influence on something.
Everyone wants something and one would need become deft at hinting without making any promises, or writing any checks that can't be cashed.