Protests are not productive, or are they?

If they don’t lead to the end of the bankster’s mob… Then it’s just noise.

We don’t need noise.

The situation we’re living now is entirely due to the absolute reluctancy of the moneyholders to give up on the industrial-era model, where cogs (read: employees) are easily replaceable and everything can be done for cheaper and cheaper with high profit margins.

They just don’t get that the World is no more abiding those rules. The mob rules.

The future will be made of gigs, by weird people called by a quirky name: entrepreneurs.

(I was obviously laughing at those who stick to a sinking ship…)

My mentor Seth Godin wrote numerous bestsellers, including Tribes, Linchpin, Poke the Box and We’re all Weird.

The all explain in great detail why and how.

This Wall(et) Street bullshit already started in schools, when kids could still be easily brainwashed.

We’re protesting against brainwashed people who believe in their omnipotence.

How saddening is that?

Topic #280: Across the U.S., and now elsewhere in the world, a protest movement is rising called Occupy Together. You can read live updates of the original Occupy Wall St. event, that’s still going. Also take a look at we are the 99%, a related website where people interested in the Occupy movement are telling their stories. Write a post where you give your point of view. Do you think these protests are a good thing? Do you agree with their bel … Read More

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