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Occupy, this time for the people’s debt


Doug Rushkoff


CNN

November 15, 2012

Much like President Obama, the Occupy movement is alive and well and entering its second term, thank you very much. It’s no longer about squatting in public parks, getting on the news, or—in some cases—getting arrested. No, instead this decentralized, bottom-up, anti-Wall Street effort is taking aim at your medical, student and other loans: It aims to relieve your debt.


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Posted by CygnusX1  on  11/15  at  04:02 PM

The question begs.. So why are not govts also following and utilising this radical incentive and applying this solution Universally to reduce global debt and ease austerity?

#Occupy is here to stay? #Humanism






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