It is disorganized. Take a look at what the liberal hippy people did in Boston over the weekend –
WHEREAS, those participating in “Occupy Boston” acknowledge that the United States of America is a colonial country, and that we are guests upon stolen indigenous land that has already been occupied for centuries, Boston being the ancestral land of the Massachusett people; and
That we seek the involvement of the First Nations in the rebuilding of a new society on their ancestral land; and
As a signal to the national “Occupy” movement and to members of First Nations who have felt excluded by the colonialist language used to name this movement, it shall be declared that “Occupy Boston” aspires to “Decolonize Boston” with the guidance and participation of First Nations Peoples; and
Read the rest. I’m not saying I agree or disagree, but popular movements which tackle too many woes will fizzle. There will be no national consensus over things like this, unlike the original consensus which held to the fact that Corporations have too much power in the country. Now, it is going in different directions which will cause friction with other groups while removing the focus on the movement to begin with. What made the Tea Party so popular is that it stuck with one message: “Barack Obama = All that is Wrong with America.” Boom! When you retake the power from the Corporations, do with it as you will. Until then, they must remain focused.
But alas, they aren’t.
So, enjoy – because if the Occupy X movement continues to go this way, it will be done by Reformation Day.