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.

Oligarchy as a phenomena

Oligarchy is a phenomena that exists throughout the World and through time. In the West it was created as the "Academy" by Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, and forms the backbone of capital as Plato's Republic. In Asia, it was similar as Confucius' similar school that introduced "high stakes exams" early on. Oligarchy is the opposite of democracy, especially as it was defined 2500 years ago in ancient Greece, how it affected how ancient Rome defined the capital structure that defines Western life today, and especially how the structure is reinforced and regulated: academic education.

Within every change movement is the oligarchic element that the movement is attempting to change: someone successfully achieving control (often by silencing others) and hence defeating democracy by replacing it with oligarchy. 

This group seeks to apply critical inquiry to the occupy movement to show where the oligarchy is lurking. Oligarchy has "markers:" obsessive behaviors, tendency to dominance, cold mathematical "rationally reduced" approaches.

Knowing the history of rebellion, there is no doubt that this group will be censured everywhere--none whatsoever--and that, I suppose will be the most important marker.

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