Friday, October 28, 2011

Why Occupy News believes the Occupy Movement should focus on one, and only demand, for now.

The New York Post reports that the Occupy Kitchen in New York shut down for a few hours as the food preparers aired their grievances over feeding the perpetually homeless and con artists posing as Occupy supporters.  You can read the article here.

I've been tracking over 100 Occupy blogs here on Occupy News and I've noticed that some really great people are giving up on the Occupy Movement because of inappropriate behavior and interactions they have seen among the occupiers.  

The CIA and Corporations don't really need to do anything to destroy the occupy movement, it seems to me that it can easily be done by having the mentally ill, drug addicts and the con artists do the dirty work from within.

Inappropriate interactions, strange behavior, selfishnessness, all of these traits can easily be found among the mentally ill, the drug addicted, and the con artists, and they can demoralize the true occupiers into backing off, even leaving the Occupy Movement.

While the Occupy Movement believes the longer they go on, the better their chances of "victory", it is possible that the longer the Occupy Movement goes on without a true coalescing of a "top demand", the more the occupy movement can be perceived as a nuisance from the outside while being demoralized by bad behavior from a relatively small proportion of individuals from within.

I have been protest blogging against banking policies and programs since 2007. I've written hundreds of articles on many different blogs that I started and continue to write for to this day. I've researched the banking issues and controversies and believe I have already gone through the process of disbelief, anger, frustration, and demanding change when it comes to banking practices.
Recently I had a moment of revelation that defined the number one issue for me in regards to banking practices that are wiping out the wealth of the 99%. That number one issue facing the 99% is that bankers force the 99% into a default any time the 99% wants an existing debt restructured.
Since many of the occupiers may have not written hundreds of articles or read over a thousand articles on banking complaints and outrages, it is possible that some of the occupiers are not recognizing just how evil and destructive the banks are by forcing the 99% into a loan default simply because a person wants their loan renegotiated.

If ever there was a time for the 99% to restructure their existing debts, it would be now, and specifically because of the criminal banking and wall street practices over the past decade that caused the economy to tumble.

If the Occupy Movement can control their anger over the wall street fraudsters for the time being, and instead focus on saving main street's remaining wealth, they will have done more good than they can ever imagine.  

Since the first quarter of 2006, the 99% have lost 7.3 trillion dollars in home equity. Every day, 5,000 to 10,000 homeowner are foreclosed upon, and NONE OF THEM have the right to renegotiate their debts without first being placed into default. Those with credit card debt, student loans, or have lost their job or have a family medical emergency also have no rights to renegotiate a debt without first being placed in default. Defaulting can have very costly ramifications when it comes to finding employment, or getting a new loan, or keeping ones home.
If the Occupy Movement can ever get behind this one issue, that the 99% should have the right to renegotiate an existing debt without first defaulting, the Occupy Movement will have scored an amazing victory, one that will hit wall street and the elite rich right in the gut while preserving whatever wealth the 99% still possess. 

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