Dear Occupy: Does The 2012 Election Matter?


The Occupy movement has never been about promoting political parties or politicians. The question is: Is there an outcome of the 2012 election that would be better for the future of Occupy?

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  1. Romney is the epitome of the 1 % and against all the we in the Occupy movement believe. He must defeated.
    Obama, shortcomings and all must be elected for Occupy to advance.
    There is no other candidate who has a reasonable chance to be elected other than Obama.
    Abstaining or writing in candidate does not help our movement !

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  2. Occupy is a movement of, by and for WeThePeople and truly is representative of the interests of the 99%, not the incorrigible Criminal Class of the 1% in sabotage of our constitutionally mandated “Republican Form of Government.” Once our constitutional Republic is free of this Criminal Class of corruptive forces WeThePeople may be more able to meet the Mission Statement of the United States under the Preamble to the Constitution. American Founders from all walks of life clearly intended to safeguard egalitarian and economic justice for the working class, the middle-class, the small business owners and the Seniors on Social Security—the real economic backbone and spenders in the marketplaces of the United States. “Social Security” came from the mind of Thomas Paine as revealed in “Rights of Man” and “Agrarian Justice.” The Great Paine to Kingcrafters, Corporatecrafters and demonic Christiancrafters inspired the American Revolution via “Common Sense” when showing the usurped status of the imagined nobility of hereditary privilege. Paine closed his argument for separation from evil “conservative” Dark Age thought of a Machiavellian mentality via “Four Letters On Interesting Subjects written between May 22 and July 2, 1776. At the close of Letter III, Paine wrote, describing where we are today:

    “As to Corporations themselves, they are without exception so many badges of kingly tyranny, and tend, like every other species of useless pomp [making reference to demonic Christiancrafters], to the oppression and impoverishment of he place, without one single advantage arising from them. They keep up a perpetual spirit of distinction and faction, engross emoluments and advantages to themselves, which ought to be employed to better purposes, and generally get into quarrels and lawsuits with the other part of the inhabitants. They diminish the freedom of every place where they exist….But of all Corporations that of Philadelphia is the most obnoxious, its power resembling that of an hermaphrodite, or is at least a kind of aristocratical Corporation made hereditary by adoption.”

    Bear in mind that the Declaration of Independence is a deistic Founding Document of the United States. By definition it is a Declaration making reference to the True Theology of Deism based on the universal Word of God in the Creation, in rejection of all man-contrived religioncraft in its many evil forms. The influence of Paine again is felt as revealed in “The Age of Reason—The Complete Edition:

    “That which is now called natural philosophy, embracing the whole circle of science, of which astronomy occupies the chief place, is the study of the works of God, and of the power and wisdom of God in His works, and is the true theology.
    “As to the theology that is now studied in its place, it is the study of human opinions and of human fancies CONCERNING God. It is not the study of God Himself in the works that He has made, but in the works or writings that man has made; and it is not among the least of the mischiefs that the Christian system has done to the world, that it has abandoned the original and beautiful system of theology, like a beautiful innocent, to distress and reproach, to make room for the hag of superstition.”

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