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September 26, 2014 / Fantelius

The Art of not Demonstrating

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I can’t believe people are still doing this crap. The sign above was shown in a recent demonstration against the bombing in Syria. We understand the meaning, but when will they realize that we don’t ”have to” protest. We don’t have to demonstrate.

If we want to stop this crap then we—not them—have to stop it. The greed-diseased mebes won’t grow a pair of morals because we shout in the streets. Did you get that? We—like in WE the people—have to stop it. Demonstrating is most often a waste of time. And we don’t have time to waste. It’s also often stupid. We can’t ask the criminals to stop being criminal. We can’t ask the assholes to stop crapping.

Let’s assume that instead of 100 people (or 100 000) demonstrating, each of the people arranged a meeting with a few other people (friends, colleagues, family, whatever) and discussed the situation and what they could do about it. What’s more effective, 100 people demonstrating or 500 people discussing what to do ”to stop the crap”?

There’s a lot more to say about this; tons and tons in fact, but until we realize that no leader, authority or mebe is going to change the present order of things, that nothing is going to change if we don’t change it, there’s nothing else to say.

You don’t know what to do? That’s why you need to get together with other people and discuss it.

Maybe Captain Kate on Water can help you get started. Good luck!

 

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“Don’t fear the darkness.
Search for the light.
And blossom.”
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