Finally, this effort is feeling conclusive, which I hoped for from the outset 2+ yrs ago. With the discovery of the socialist emergence from the "Jewish settlements in the Pale," the pure negativity of academic oligarchy the possibility of scientific rehabilitation in an aboriginal context. Cultural "fleshing" will continue with reprints of currently-relevant recently-historical experiences, often gangster, while "the Pale" experience is solidified upto present revolutionary efforts. The hope is to create a hinge with which to restore revolution as evolution after the excessively long period of oligarchic occupation -since 500BC.

Then, probably, the entire blog will be consolidated and "put to rest" with the first wikified writing about the occupy dialectic two years ago.

Occupy occupy training:

Note: at this point I came upon Fithian's efforts to "bring accountability" to protest; it was an attempt to change the movement into something, but exactly what remained a mystery until I studied the video she made.
Occupy made its point last year and the World saw: a tiny percentage of corrupt bankers control the World's money. The next obvious step for Occupy would be to create democratic dialog with the 99% (really ~70%) to see what can be done about the situation (but in the absence of the oligarchy, of course). As occupy was a camping movement, winter was downtime, but instead of planning this obvious next step, two factions formed: a pro-police supposedly pacifist group under a popular liberal economist, and a fighting faction that intended to continue a "revolutionary struggle" that hopes to spontaneously blossom into something like communism--something the majority 99% (or ~70%) will reject for obvious reasons.

Instead, in Spring 2012, Occupy formed as an exact replay of the anti-Vietnam war 60s movement and is similar to anti-globalism movements. If this is so, using the past as an example, it can be predicted that Occupy, like the Vietnam movement, will have zero net effect. (The North Vietnamese Army ended the Vietnam war by defeating the US.) As it is progressing, it will simply end as a pro-bono charity for police brutality victims.

The most interesting part of the Occupy is that it was a reunion for the "elders" who protested Vietnam, and from this group came a professional protester, Lisa Fithian (called Prof. Occupy by the cited source), who makes her living training union protest groups how to "go limp" in the face of police at protests. Aron Kay, famous as the "Pie Man" brought her to our attention as a protege' of Abbie Hoffman, Aron's friend whom I saw on a New York City street just before he killed himself--he didn't look to good--not much of a leader.

According to the source, Firthin is telling her trainees that "going limp" is preferable to running from the cops, because running sends a signal of "guilt." Unfortunately, those trained by Firthian will get a different signal from the judge: "you're guilty" with a fine, possible sentence, and definitely a criminal record, which means no trips abroad!

With this endless and pointless protesting, the whole point of Occupy has been killed; there will be no dialog--not even within occupy--about how the majority of "the people" can constructively create a world that they can live. This is because the old-school euro-left is effectively playing its old tricks that it developed when it created communism from the roots of existentialism, presently only a philosophy for junkies.

As Simone de Beauvoir wrote in The Mandarins, existentialism is an oligarchy-based extension of Plato that is closely related to Karl Marx's solution to youth alienation: Communism. This will probably be the ultimate Occupy goal, which would be to overthrow the aristocracy (today as corporate families) to hand over all power to the government, which, along with education (but without popular democratic input) defines oligarchy. This is the oligarchy as Plato sought it when he said that all will be well "when all kings are philosophers."

Oligarchy, if you study its roots in ancient Greece, is the opposite of democracy; Occupy has decayed (and hence corrupted) to it's own 1% by silencing dialog outright, rather than attempting to control it such as Plato did with the dialectic--perhaps because we, the 99 or 70%, have learned not to trust controlling types. Occupy will fade away, just as communism, the 60s, and even anti-globalism did for the simple reason that the common people have been excluded from the dialog every single time.

No comments:

Post a Comment