|From:||Richard S. <email@example.com>|
|Sent time:||Monday, October 10, 2011 6:18:09 PM|
|Subject:||[september17discuss] Re: Democratic Party's Attempted Co-Option of OWS|
not forget the dastardly 'Committee for a Worker's Revolution.'
What on Earth is the Committee for a Worker's Revolution? Do you have
a link for any group with that name?
On Oct 10, 1:32 pm, Charles Lenchner <clench...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 1. the notion that the Democratic Party campaigns in a coordinated fashion
> is kind of silly.
> 2. if you want to officially distance yourself from any and all movements
> that have adherents on Zuccotti Park, you'll get in trouble for missing one
> or the other. In addition to not being coopted by the two party oligarchy,
> let's also pledge not to be coopted by the Workers World Party,
> International Socialist Organization, Ron Paul's Love-o-lution, and let's
> not forget the dastardly 'Committee for a Worker's Revolution.' I for one,
> will not stand to be coopted by any of these forces, and their omission from
> this statement opens the door to further coopting.
> 3. I thought Andrew Boyd invented the 98% meme in 2010, only to watch it be
> COOPTED by the 99%.But such is political life.
> 4. Surely the best way to advance the meme that OWS is the Dem tea party is
> to feed it with attention. In fact, the Job Party and the Coffee Party and
> the Green Tea Party are the Dem Tea Parties. Not OWS.
> Written with love and good humor!
> On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 1:06 PM, <jemcgl...@verizon.net> wrote:
> > I like it. I think you should try to get it passed at the GA so it can be
> > official.
> > John
> > On 10/10/11, David DeGraw<Da...@AmpedStatus.com> wrote:
> > i'm sure most of us will agree with the statements the DCCC is makingon
> > behalf of the OWS 99% movement in this online campaign, and it'snice to have
> > support, BUT, imo Democratic Party campaigns like this arevery dangerous to
> > our long term growth:
> > See this:http://www.dccc.org/pages/occupy
> > The corporate media is already building a solid narrative labelling usas
> > the Democrat's Tea Party. While some people may not mind thatlabel, this is
> > a divide and conquer propaganda strategy that we mustavoid. Some people say
> > that our movement is so diverse that we don'thave to worry about co-option,
> > and there is solid evidence that thismay be true - certainly hope it is.
> > However, as someone who hasintensively studied propaganda and psychological
> > operations, and hasalso invented the 99% meme, i am incredibly sensitive to
> > divide andconquer propa issues. I worked with over 20 people in coming up
> > withthis statement proposal, please consider it:
> > ***Welcometo the #OWS 99% Movement “We Will NOT Be Co-Opted” Working Group<http://ampedstatus.org/welcome-to-the-ows-99-movement-we-will-not-be-...>
> > *
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