Sick (extremely sick) Socioeconomic System | What is Christmas?

thriveAre we really waking up?

No! I am not going to wish you a Merry Christmas. Christmas has become part of an extremely sick socioeconomic system, a system that must be changed. Do you think Christ would be sitting at the Vatican if he were here today? No, the Christ wasn’t a Christian. The Christ was teaching a way of life that has nothing to do with the way that we are living right now.

We have been programmed to shop and kill. We are trapped in a matrix of consumerism and war. We have a socioeconomic system generating perpetual wars and ongoing death. What are you celebrating when you live in darkness, when your spirit is dead, when you don’t even know what’s going on?

Are you celebrating the death of your soldiers—those who are dying for nothing (http://ae911truth.org/) or committing suicide? Are you celebrating the rape of America and the world? Are you celebrating the ongoing death of innocent people killed in immoral wars? Are you celebrating your slavery to a few sociopaths? Do you realize we have become the most destructive species on this planet, the scum of the earth? Can’t you feel the stench?

Would you please tell me, what are you celebrating? I would like to know.

And if you don’t know yourself, may the odds be ever in your favor.

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May 1, 2012 | A Day Without the 99% | General Strike

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Just a reminder: There is a general strike on May first. Please join over 115 cities. Your support necessary, anyway you can. Walk out of work, school etc. No shopping either. For help to get ready please check: May Day Directory: Occupy General Strike in Over 115 Cities

In Tucson Az, May Day General strike meets on Armory Park (Fifth Ave and 12th St) 9am to 10:30 pm

“9:00 Annual Tucson May 1st Coalition March for Immigrant and Workers Rights, from Greyhound Park Parking lot to Armory Park for a Noon rally with speakers, entertainment and info booths. Afterwards, join Occupy Tucson at Armory Park for extended fun, entertainment, potluck, and other activities, well into the evening.”

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