We as a people have allowed ourselves to be taken over by the American Oligarchy. Over time what the American people have seen as a result of this is the slowing of economic growth except for those at the top, causing a disruption in our economy. This disruption has gone on for decades and in no way affects those at the top. If Americans are to believe the numbers, those at the top have seen their profits soar during this time while the working poor and middle-class have been decimated.
Under the current conditions, this is not going to change. It will, however, become much worse. As American citizens there are things we can do, there are things we need to do, to defeat the American Oligarchy and reclaim our Representative Democracy.
Here are some things Americans can and must do:
1. Organize groups using social media. The goal of these groups is to defeat the American Oligarchy and restore Representative Democracy.
2. Using social media these groups will interconnect with each other until they have a well-organized communication system that will enable people from all across the country, from coast to coast, to be able to take action on the same day within hours of each other.
3. Actions these organized groups can undertake.
A. Boycott shopping online for 24 hours
B. Boycott buying gas for 24 hours
C. Boycott grocery stores for 24 hours
D. Nationwide no workday for 24 hours
Taking these actions on a nationwide scale as a unified people will get the attention of the media outlets and the corporations of the American Oligarchy. This will show them that the real power in America lies with Labor, not with Capital. These are only a few of the things we can do.
I need interested Americans to add to my list. We need to work together to stop the takeover of our government, our freedoms, our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. As American citizens, we have been told, and we believe, that America is a Government Of the People, By the People, and For the People. If you believe that, if you want to keep it, then we have work to do, and we must organize to do it.
As Benjamin Franklin said, after the writing of the Declaration of Independence, We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.