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This is a heads-up reminder that NDAA 2012, SOPA, PIPA, EEA and the accelerated approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline were all thrown at us AFTER 17 September 2011, i.e. "Day One" of Occupy Wall Street and the global Occupy movement. We must reject or reverse all of these or we lose. But even if we undo NDAA, stop SOPA, prevent PIPA, eliminate EEA and outlaw the Keystone XL Pipeline, that doesn't mean we win. It simply means we'd be right back where we started on 9/17, facing all the same injustices that inspired us to rise up against the corporate fascist elite kleptocracy that has taken over the United States government and through it much of the rest of the world. In other words...
If we don't kill NDAA/SOPA/EEA and the Keystone XL Pipeline, they win. But if we only kill NDAA/SOPA/EEA and the Keystone XL Pipeline, we lose. To win we must remove corporations and their money from our politics and government then un-rig our voting machines and roll back years of their diabolically patient deception-after-deception, law-by-law, concession-after-concession, degree-by-degree, boiling-the-frog approach to global wealth concentration and world domination. The starting point is to reverse this timeline:
NO MORE LEFT. NO MORE RIGHT. TIME TO UNITE. STAND AND FIGHT!
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