Testimony from claimed insiders stated mass arrests of the criminal 1% would occur sometime in the preceding 45 days through today. Rather than that best-case scenario, we have:
- NATO declared continuing war on Afghanistan despite it being in Orwellian violation of war law and corporate media Orwellian propaganda that NATO’s ongoing presence somehow “ends war.”
- So-called “austerity” at every level, with perpetual and increasing aggregate debt rather than monetary and credit reform. This psychopathic economic “leadership” literally kills a million children a month from needless poverty, harms billions, and loots trillions of the 99%’s wealth.
- Ongoing corporate media distraction and propaganda, including continuous threats to expand war with nuclear weapons on Iran.
So what do we do?
Here’re my suggestions:
- Continue to demand arrests of the criminal 1%’s “leaders” for obvious crimes centering in war and money. This is beyond removing support, but to tell the truth of War Crimes and criminal economic fraud in the trillions of our dollars. Those in military and law enforcement have particular responsibility to reject the “chain of obedience” to unlawful orders, stand for rule of law, and exercise arrest authority.
- Continue creative self-expression as you see best. Be the person you’ve always wanted to be. Work in synergy with Occupy’s millions, politics on any level, and/or whatever best moves your voice forward in virtue as you best imagine.
- Have faith. This is elegantly simple and powerful: people of faith trust the Life is managed with love and justice. Given this foundation, we are free to think, speak, and act as we see best. Move forward in “good faith,” and we’ll see what develops.
To consider, those who say they stand for the following, now’s the time to live it:
“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’” – Matthew 22:36-39