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Occupy media - decentralized print project (print/copy/distro)

Special #occupy edition of the rabble rouser

by Rabble.ca

Occupy media - decentralized print project (print/copy/distro)

rabble has released a special 2-pg PDF edition of the rabble rouser for the #Occupy movement.

It's an outreach tool -- designed for printing double-sided, making copies and distributing to your neigbours, leaving copies in coffeeshops/etc, or passing out at occupations/ in the streets.

Canadian version:
http://rabble.ca/sites/rabble/files/rabblerouser----occupy.pdf

International version:
http://rabble.ca/sites/rabble/files/rabblerouser----occupy-intl.pdf

From rabble.ca
-- http://rabble.ca/occupy -- http://rabble.ca/rabblerouser
 

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Corporate/Individual inequity

To Whomever might read this:

    These Truths are Self Evident;

    Occupy the globe.
    - that is what individuals do.
    - society is a product of that occupation.
    - individuals create machines (including society) to assist mankind.
    - society demands that any operator of a machine is ultimately responsible for what it does.
    - machines can be as simple as a pivot point and lever or as complex as an interplanetary space vehicle.
    - somewhere in between is where the corporation (institution) will be found.

    There is today, a clash on these borders.

    In Canada, the constitution guarantees legal equity between the individual and the institution.
    This “equity” is impossible in any realistic contemporary forum.

    The universal corporate mandate is to do whatever is necessary to act in it’s (stockholders) best interests.

    Consider the following;
    1- The corporation does not suffer from the inescapable curse of mortality.
    2- The corporation does not require air to exist.
    3- The corporation does not require water to exist.
    4- The corporation does not require food to exist.
    5- The corporation does not require health care to exist.
    6- The corporation does not require energy to exist.
    7- The corporation does not require a reasonable sense of morality to exist.
    8- The corporation does not require a whole bunch of other things to exist.
    9- The corporation only requires money ($$s) to exist.

    All of these requirements are necessary to perpetuate the individual.
    It is unrealistic to expect any equity under these conditions.

    Consider further;
    The absence of morality perpetuates greed.
    The absence of energy use promotes it to demand more use $$s from the individual.
    The absence of health care use promotes it to demand more use $$s from the individual.
    The absence of food use promotes it to demand more use $$s from the individual.
    The absence of water use promotes it to demand more use $$s from the individual.
    The absence of air use promotes it to demand more use $$s from the individual.
    The absence of a mortality curse not only drives it’s lack of morality but, promotes it again, to demand  more $$s from the mortal (unexpired or otherwise) individual.

    How does any judicial administration defend against disrepute in light of these self evident truths?

                                       Sincere regards,

                                                                                -db-

 

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