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Re: [permaculture-61] Re: Re: Occupy Wall Street

From: Irfan
Sent on: Monday, October 24, 2011 10:51 AM
The TRUTH about Occupy Wall Street

On Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 8:08 AM, Claudia Joseph <[address removed]> wrote:
Apologies for the split post - CJ

If you wish to participate in re-forming the wording, join that thread.

Thu, Oct 20, 2011 at 12:47 PM, robert jereski <[address removed]> wrote:
1. overconsumption and destruction of creation (the natural world) on
which we depend (vs. thrift and preservation)
2. Metrics of economic well being based on growth (i.e.
overconsumption (vs. economics being subservient to human and
environmental well-being). For example: free market fundamentalism
whereby the basest human motives (selfishness and greed) are
considered to magically - as if by some invisible hand - lead society
and the planet to some healthy and even noble outcome (vs. responsible
equitable economic planning)
3. overpopulation (vs. concern for future generations)
4. continued extraction and use of hydrocarbons (now including
unconventional oil, coal, and methane (not just oil)) (vs. source-
shifting to renewables and reducing and eliminating the use of
polluting goods and services)
5. displacement of indigenous peoples from their traditional lands to
feed the avarice of governments and greedy corporations (instead of
recognizing the rights of indigenous peoples)

just a start. . .but i think these need to be addressed.

(suggestions forwarded do not fall under the banner of corporate behavior.
How would we unify these  messages?
I have been listening in on the compost and sustainability thread - they need more buckets for compost.   - CJ

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