Status #9357 Actions that hurt too much the 99% should [...]

Shelby charter Township, Michigan
via FCP - United States - Midwest/MI/Metro Detroit… Actions that hurt too much the 99% should not be organised or carried out. In the last fifty years too many activists have been damaged in actions and successes were scarce. We need a new kind of actions with more positive results and less damage to our people. Actions that care for the safety of the 99% and the activists, though any activity has some risks. Less damage to the 99% and a series of small victories prevent that activists become disillusioned and withdraw from the movement.
[deleted user]
How about peaceful actions with out hate ore punishment? We know how to do it, but violence is more fun is in it?
Monday 28 March 2016, 10:40:48
Adrian C
It's just opinion based on history of revolution's. I understand it can be done by without violence. Will there be no violence unlikely. But it's good info for people to know some history and that they should not organize something that puts the 99 in danger as least as possible
Tuesday 29 March 2016, 14:08:23
[deleted user]
History is good to avoid mistakes that we already done. Changes made peaceful way you don't need to guard ore maintain. It was interesting to read in order to know what people already try and how it worked? I miss general main point : Look they done that and where they are know? If you like you do that again. I see that we can do much better then that.
Wednesday 30 March 2016, 10:39:39
Adrian C
Yes it's lessons we can learn from like MLK etc
Wednesday 30 March 2016, 17:44:49
[deleted user]
Lets practice language of life because that special way to of communication protects of from lie and helps to us angry on everything. It is a way that everyone can get along and you do not need that your opponent would know it. It is enough that one of conversing people do.
Wednesday 30 March 2016, 18:13:22
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