Van Jones can’t occupy us – Law enforcement –

24 Nov

Jones’ call for the movement to “mature” and move on to party politics would only make us a sterile part of the very problem we oppose. As I learned working on Ralph Nader’s presidential campaign and running for the U.S. Senate in Maryland, the electoral system is a mirage where only corporate-approved candidates are allowed to be considered seriously. At Occupy Washington, D.C., we recognize that putting our time, energy and resources into elections will not produce the change we want. What we need to do right now is build a dynamic movement supported by independent media that stands in stark contrast to both corporate-bought-and-paid-for parties.

Democratic operatives want to steal the energy of the Occupy movement because they do not have any of their own. These front groups operate within the confines of the two-corrupted-party system and their agenda is limited by what big business interests say is politically realistic.

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2 Responses to “Van Jones can’t occupy us – Law enforcement –”

  1. Charlie Keil November 24, 2011 at 2:26 pm #

    Why a Pillsbury commercial in the midst of Truth And Traditions?

    • kubla November 24, 2011 at 2:36 pm #


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