anger towards the pervasive influence of coporation in our political system. The
Republican party are masters at using emotion to influence peoples opinions.
They have litterally spent millions on determining which words are best to
incite anger. This strategy uses the corporations formost political
supporters own research against them. Here are two specific exapmles of loaded
language OWS contingents should use against the Copratocracy.
Repeat after me:
Who's the biggest welfare queens?
Exxon Mobile and GE
This prejorative, created during around the same time as the Super
Predator myth in the late 80's and early 90's, was used as another racial
subterfuge to turne middle and working class whites against lower class blacks.
Stories were ran about supposed welfar queens living off the state and not
contributing to anything. We're not evengoing to get into the myriad of ways
welfare and support for poor families is contorted to hurt the poor in this
country, we'll save that for another time. Lets just suffice to say that this
prejorative was used to divide the 99%, with-out due cause. So lets turn it back
around on the bastards deviding us and use it to burn them.
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techincally banking institutions take the cake, but the above chang ryhmes.
While we don't want to sacrifice all substance for style, a little flair is
necessary and acceptable.
Repeat after me:
This is class
warfare. We didn't start it, but we aren't afraid to finish
This isn't chantable, but classware is a term being brandied
about by alot of conservative pundits right now. We need to sieze it and use it
to our own ends.
Rich and powerful interests have been on the offensive
since Carter with their captial strike. Reagan and the republican revolution
only made it worse. Thats not to say that the democrats have done anything but
also collude with the corporations. Clinton was a great friend to big business.
Powerful interests didn't didn't declare ware on Vietname either, but over
65,000 american GI and millions of vietamese were still killed.
class warfare, but that doesn't mean its a marxist revolution of the
proletariate.We're educated and un-educated, white collar and blue collar wage
slaves. We're socialist and capitalist fighting state-capitalism a.k.a. soft
facism a.k.a. the copratocracy. We're here on our own and the rest of the
99%'s behalf to wage class warfare, but it was first waged on us, the 99%. We
admit, its classwarfare. We sure as hell didn't start this thing, but we have no
problem finishing it.
Originaly posted at ickonomics.blogspot.com
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