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The time for liberal activism as it has been conducted to date is now passed. Illegitimate elections have now become the rule, not the exception. With corporate interests embedded in the election machinery itself, and those corporations served by rightwing politicians, the chances of fair and true elections are dwindling and perhaps already gone. We know what the majority wants, but voicing alone it will not obtain it. Instead, our will is over-ruled by that of the few.



Furthermore, the media is also under rightwing corporate control, and those media serve their own corporate interests and those of the government officials who represent them, and not the people. Likewise, the voice of the majority is drowned out.



The liberal version of political persuasion by means of dissemination of ideas alone—protests, petitions, letter-writing, lobbying, and influence of all kinds—will obviously not bring us to our goal. The only hope that remains for legitimate government—government that represents the majority—is akin to a revolution. We must restore democracy to the government.



This board was established for those who agree with the premises stated above, and plan to move into the realm of tactics, rather than argumentation.



Post tactical ideas here. We must undo the Coup!



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  • Politics
  • Oct 8, 2003
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