The Revolution Begins in 2012 — Occupy All States

Debbie January 5, 2012 14
The Revolution Begins in 2012 — Occupy All States

Get ready for 2012. We are coming for you!

 

By Cenk Uygur

Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party were appetizers for what is to come. I have never seen the American people so disgruntled, and neither has anyone else. Every number is a record. Congressional approval is at a record low of 9%. Can it get lower? Can it go negative? The number of people satisfied with the candidates running for president is at a record low. Dissatisfaction in this category is four times higher than it was even in 2008.

The Tea Party might not know it but they are mad about the same thing that Occupy Wall Street is. They have a sense that our politicians have sold us out – and they are 100% right. The problem isn't Big Government or Big Money. The problem is when Big Money buys Big Government leading to Big Corruption.

It isn't personal corruption. No one is stuffing money into freezers (at least not a lot of people are). It isn't that Senator Ben Nelson or Senator Orrin Hatch is a bad person. It's that we have built a system that is built on systemic corruption. The only way you can get elected is by doing the bidding of huge donors. And those donors can control the process entirely because of the unlimited amount of money they can spend.

The average winning House candidate now spends $1.4 million per election. The average winning Senate candidate spends $10 million. Which average guy has that kind of money? You must raise the money from big donors – and then you are at their mercy. If you want to win, you need the money. If you want the money, you have to give them something in return.

How often does money control the outcome? An overwhelming amount of the time. The candidate with more money wins 93% of the time on the House side and 94% of the time on the Senate side. It's game, set and match.

So, of course, our representatives don't represent us, they represent the people who got them elected – the big donors.

This system cannot stand. It will not stand. I'm not saying that it falls in 2012. That is way too optimistic. But the battle is joined in 2012. There are now many constitutional amendments trying to address this problem. Those movements will only grow. And probably at surprising speed.

Everything moves so much quicker now (just look at how many times and how quickly the Republican primaries have turned already).

This movement is going to take the country by storm and Washington is going to be completely surprised by it. As usual, they will say "no one could have seen it coming."

I'm telling you now, it's coming!

People are starting to become furious that we have in effect lost our representative democracy. It's time for a revolution. Not a physical one, but a political one.

A revolution that turns over the establishment's apple cart, challenges this corrupt system and brings back our democracy.

Get ready for 2012.

Declaration of Independence

Our politicians are bought. Everyone knows it. Conservatives know it. Liberals know it. The Democrats are bought. The Republicans are bought. They don’t represent us. They represent their corporate donors who fund their campaigns and promise them well paying jobs after they leave office. We have taxation without representation. Our democracy is in serious trouble.

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Cenk Announces Wolf-PAC.com at Occupy Wall Street

So what can we do to regain our ability to make our votes count and take back our democracy? We have to concentrate all of our resources into one single attack – making sure we take corporate money out of politics. The only way to do that is to bypass the corporate owned Congress and the Supreme Court – and pass a Constitutional amendment. We must pass an amendment saying that corporations are not people and they do not have the right to spend money to buy our politicians.

The objective of Wolf PAC will be to raise money and raise an army for the sole purpose of passing this amendment. We need a Constitutional revolution to get unlimited corporate money out of politics. Please join us and help retake our democracy.

CLICK HERE to read our proposed amendment.

Join the Fight

The objective of Wolf PAC is not theory, it is results. We will pass the amendment and we will regain our democracy. Here is how we're going to do it.

We must gather up a fighting force. We need programmers and organizers and lawyers and leaders. We need this movement to be in all 50 states. So, first we are doing a call for generals in this army. Please write into us and tell us what your expertise is and how you can help.

Our Congress is completely infected with the virus. So proposing an amendment through Congress seems hopeless. But luckily there is another way. We can do this purely at the state level. The states can call for a constitutional convention and they can ratify an amendment that comes out of one. And there is nothing our corrupt federal government can do about it.

We are hoping that the first wave of volunteers help us organize at the state level. Let's go occupy the states!

Source: http://www.wolf-pac.com/

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14 Comments »

  1. James Vanderbeek January 5, 2012 at 2:13 am - Reply

    I admire your optimism and awareness. However, I must contest that the root of the problem lays further in the background. The Corporate money buys Political power isn't a problem, it is a symptom of the problem. It is a symptom that has been felt by the human race since the beginning of "civilization". The problem is much more base and less complex. The problem is heirarchical governmental structure, the way humans have adapted to being (nearly literal) cattle, the ownership mentality, consumerism & materialism, and the engineered mentality that we are NOT equal as humans, but only born equally to be separated out by class. Humans are all equal from the Pope to the Queen to the plumber up the street. It is the fact that we forgot this that is the real problem.

    Forget mending the system. The system was a construct for the wealthiest to achieve ownership of all things on earth. Destroy the whole system. Tribalism for society 2012. That's my platform.

  2. Dave Diesel January 5, 2012 at 2:37 am - Reply

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  3. Eamon January 5, 2012 at 2:54 am - Reply

    IMO, James is right: there will be no real change via the system.  The system will simply be reduced to ashes as things become increasingly dicey duirng the next 18 months.  As an aside, the US was not founded as a democracy and it will not return to any kind of sanity as a democracy.  Democracy is a crappy form of government that easily devolves into oligarchy.  It is just another tool of the Money Masters.  Hold fast; it will get very rough very soon.  Godspeed to you and yours, in 2012 and beyond…

  4. Johnny January 5, 2012 at 4:54 am - Reply

    "
    "It's time for a revolution. Not a physical one, but a political one."-
    Sorry, but you couldn't be more wrong.  It is time for a revolution, not a political one, but a physical one.  Never before in world history, has a corrupted central government ever EVER, willingly relinquished power.
    Never before has an empire, with its infrastructure in decline, its military expansionism surging and its corrupted elites hoarding their own assets while raiding the central treasury, EVER volunteered to give up the power it took decades of backroom dealing and bribery to amass.
    No, you are wrong.  You are wrong because no 5 elections would ever change a system that has been carefully designed.  You are wrong because no central government that has been stripping its people of their 'inalienable rights' will ever just decide to return those rights based on the faces alone being changed.
    No, now that the media is also in the wheel house of the powered elite, the ONLY option at this point is for the people to TAKE BACK THEIR POWER.
    I wish I were wrong, but I'm not.  There is no 'peaceful solution' to problems being faced by the people of the US, because after all, remember one thing while you struggle to support your family….
    The power elites are doing just fine, record bonuses, record salaries, record everything.  The American Elites are doing just great these days.
    There is no peaceful anything that will correct this situation.

  5. Dave Gerow January 5, 2012 at 5:25 am - Reply

    There is another effort to get this issue on the ballot in 2012, Move to Amend.  Their amendment is similar, but does not call for a dollar amount for personal donations or for publicly funded elections.  These may be divisive issues and may reduce the potential for passing the amendment.  You should get together with the MTA folks and get the best of each on the ballots.  Good Luck.

  6. kaycee January 5, 2012 at 5:39 am - Reply

    Ron Paul stands a "SnowBall's Chance in Hell" for a Chance for a Fair & Honest Election as the Talmud says it is Right & Just to Lie, Deceive and Steal from the Non-Jews. So do not expect for a Fair and Honest Election in this Presidential Election.
    This review is from: Judaism Discovered: A Study of the Anti-Biblical Religion of Racism, Self-Worship, Superstition and Deceit
    A Review of the book "Judaism Discovered"
    by Michael A. Hoffman II.
    Review by Lance Owen 08/10 [...]
    The author of this book, Michael A. Hoffman II, is one of my favorite writers. He has written several other books including; Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare, The Great Holocaust Trial (about Ernst Zundel), and Judaism's Strange Gods. He has also written numerous tracts on Freemasonry, and other occult topics. I consider him an expert in these areas. I don't know how to characterize him or his work. It seems like he's a Christian scholar, revisionist historian, and occult expert, all rolled into one! But I'll bet he doesn't like to labeled, so I'll just call him a truth seeker, like myself.
    This book is over 1000 pages with nearly 1200 footnotes. He uses quotes from famous Rabbis to make his case, which is, that Judaism is not the Old Testament religion that many believe. It's a mishmash of various pagan superstitions that go back to Babylonian times. It is a religion of racial self-worship. The purpose of this "religion" is to replace Calvary with a lie known as Auschwitz. It must have taken many years to put this book together and it is an astounding achievement. He is very thorough and uses quotes from many older little known texts.
    The Talmud
    I used to think that the most important book of the Rabbis was the Old Testament. Some would call the Jews, the "People of The Book". This is not true. The Talmud is the book to be studied, along with the Cabala, by orthodox Jews. The Old Testament is relegated to minor status. Why? Well, the Rabbis worship themselves, not Yahweh, the God of the Old Testament. The Pharisees, who were the early Rabbis, murdered the prophets as Jesus told us. The Talmud tells us that the prophet Isaiah was sawn in half! In the Talmud it is said that a Rabbi won a debate with God! The Judaic people are God! Only Jews are human. Gentiles are animals.
    The Talmud consists of two parts, the Mishnah and the Gemara. The Mishnah is the codified "Oral Law" passed on by the Pharisees, who were the early Rabbis. With this "Oral Law", the Rabbis can make up anything they want. The Gemara is commentary on the Mishnah.
    The Talmud is a book (many volumes) of rules which orthodox Jews should follow. It is full of all kinds of arcane rules which will drive one insane. Like, meat and dairy products should be kept in separate refrigerators. There are toilet rules, and rules with dealing with menstruating women (they should be shunned) and so on.
    The Cabala
    The Cabala is a book on witchcraft. It is used for cursing people and invoking demons. According to Hoffman, it contains some seventy volumes. I realize that many people will have a problem with that.
    The Rabbis routinely curse Christian graves, churches, and the Cross. Orthodox Jews spit on Christians. They won't deny this. But we are not privy to the witchcraft that the Rabbis practice behind closed doors. But thanks to God, they let things slip out. Yitzhak Rabin was cursed by a Rabbi and was dead in a month. That was for signing the Oslo peace agreement. The Rabbis curse countries too.
    Treatment of Gentiles
    The Talmud clearly states, that gentiles caught reading it should be killed. That has got to be a shocker! When it comes to the Gospels, don't they say, "Spread the good word."? But the hate directed toward gentiles and Christians in particular, permeates this work. It is repeatedly stated that, it is OK to steal from gentiles, as long as Jews are not harmed by doing so.

  7. Lydia January 5, 2012 at 5:49 am - Reply

    Hypocrisy is when a nation is formed on genocide of another tribe, that their only crimes was living on the land of their birth, and would not be assimilated into the White man's laws, culture, religion re-written by the victor. Tribalism of the European re-settlers/colonists killing, starving, many tribes of the Native Indians to steal the land and resources to form the foundation of America. 120 million or more wiped off the face of this earth, has not even seen real justice, and we as nation continue to exterminated innocents human beings living in foreign lands, for living on the land of their birth and steal their resources for greed of the few.

  8. Spencer January 5, 2012 at 6:58 am - Reply

    I think James is right on track.  I'm not for the doom and gloom theories of 2012, but I do think that tribalism  as a base system is a good place to start going forward.  The system has to go, and the only way I can conceive of it going peacefully is if everyone simply stops participating.  The other option is violence either from the people, the establishment, or both.  We can afford to pull out by falling back into small communities and self-sustaining economies and then building connections with others gradually and with integrity.  This will require people to mature and evolve spiritually.  To be clear, I mean not to push religion, but to simply state that in order to get along and function effectively in a supporting community, it requires lots of love, compassion, cooperation, and connectedness.  Happy 2012 everyone!

    • mama loey January 7, 2012 at 4:28 pm - Reply

      so much wisdom and understanding in these comments..gives me faint hope that reason and goodness will prevail..deceptive belief paradigm enslaving the minds of the faithful..profound
       

  9. Ken January 5, 2012 at 8:23 am - Reply

    It isn't corporations, they are an invention of the Money Changers.  End the central control of money and lending to nations and let nations create their own money, interest free, spent into the economy on public works.  Jackson, Lincoln, Kennedy new, let us take back our counties the most democratic way possible, wih money free from private banks, END THE FED!  Back Ron Paul, he maybe our only chance to do so.

  10. Mr. Mojo January 5, 2012 at 8:44 am - Reply

    History has proven that large human institutions always fail due to corruption.  Government, corporate and religious institutions all suffer this fate.  Humans are social animals that are genetically programmed to function best in small groups.  Large groups always get taken over by the sociopaths and psychopaths.  Small groups recognize these types better and remove them from leadership positions if not the gene pool completely. 

  11. ChicagoGuy January 6, 2012 at 4:27 am - Reply

    The wording of this amendment will not achieve what is needed. It will do the opposite. What is needed is for human beings, natural persons, to regain control of the political process. Here is my proposed amdendment. It removes goverment as well as corporations from the policfal process.
    Amendment 28
    Only natural persons may make contributions, either directly or indirectly, to natural persons running for political office. Only natural persons may run for political office. The limits to campaign contributions are to be prescribed by law from the several states.
    The version of the amdendment contained in this article basically says only government approved candidates can run for political office. It also says that individuals will not have a significant voice in the body politic because $100 is too little money.
    This is my opinion. Please comment on it.

  12. allen heart January 6, 2012 at 5:29 am - Reply

    Tribalism is not a complete answer. Judaism is the core of a tribe that was designed to prosper one tribe over all others at the expense of others. Tribalism is as genocidal as the beliefs of the people who comprise it. Some tribes found ways to see beyond their selfish interests. Early Christians did this, but that tribal core was contaminated in a few centuries as the Church gained power and influence. Native American tribes often aspired to such a core belief, but they, too had to be ever vigilant to the choice of leadership. When the Native American tribes met the Christian tribes, all hell broke loose.

  13. Boffomet January 6, 2012 at 5:30 am - Reply

    there is a power in the unseen supporting all these divisive religions, reject its good and you reject also its evil. it is not "God", but a deceptive belief paradigm enslaving the minds of the faithful.

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