Subject: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Leaderless Movement
From: J B
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 21:54:04 +0000
To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com

Who is John, ahem, Douglas Gault?

(see what I did there?)

On Oct 24, 2011 5:50 PM, "Douglas Gault" <dougdg@cox.net> wrote:

The very idea of a leaderless movement is a noble concept of pure lunacy at this time in world history. It will be doomed to failure. Just look at the negative press that you guys are already receiving as to the reputation of the NYCGA. The concept of utopia is as old as man himself and it does not yet exist. The best nations to have ever achieved such a concept as utopia also became corrupted, that being the original isle of Sparta.

 

Now just why is it that so many of the other Occupy Movements across this nation do have Governing boards and leaders, and have implemented steering committees, and are being conducted far better than the one in NYC’s OWS? And yet all of the eyes of a Nation and the Whole of the World have been watching and waiting to see just what is going to come out of New York. And so far nothing except pure Chaos and a state of Anarchy has come from NY; this is only bound to collapse upon itself if something does not develop a bit faster.

 

All Concepts, Ideas, Inventions and even Movements are ripe for a takeover if not properly managed from inception to implementation.

 

Are you even aware that the premise of the United States was stolen from the Indians form of Democracy? Look to the peace accords of the “Treaty at Albany” of 1721-1722 Cited in”O'Callaghan, E. B. (Ed.). (1855). Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York, vol. 5. Albany, NY: Weed, Parsons, and Co., 657–681.” As this proof.

 

Early Americans were totally blown away that a form of Democracy, thought to have been first envisioned in Greece existed here in the Colony’s, and had been in existence far longer than it had ever lasted in Greece. And the sad fact is that this Nation of once 5 tribes is now 6 tribes strong, and still stands united without change, with there fire of peace still burning to this day in there long house. They also have there own form of effective governance, and it is not leaderless either.

 

Every society that has ever existed had some form of self governance even the earliest of tribal societies. The NYCGA has got to come to gripes with this or they will sure die as an unorganized union.

 

Douglas Gault

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