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Video: Kevin Zeese on the Status of the Occupy Movement

By BillyClub - Posted on 02 April 2012

A "Controlling the Corporation Conference" was held in Washington, D.C., on Monday, April 2, 2012. It was sponsored by Ralph Nader and the "Center for the Study of Responsive Law (CSRL)." Kevin Zeese, one of the organizers of Occupy Washington, was one of the speakers. He spoke about the origins of the Occupy Movement, its current status and its potential for evolving into an instrument for meaningful change in this country. To learn more, go to: CSRL.


Kevin Zeese is on the right track, Social power and independence from class deforming hierarchies requires DISMANTLING class

hierarchies and its Patriarchal class mechanism that has enslaved, DEFORMED humanity, since class history began.



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