Adbusters’ Marxists, Yanking the Occupy Movement Around Again, for May Day

And on the bossing around of the “leaderless” Occupy movement, this just in via and from “the man,” Marxist-style, a.k.a., Adbusters:

Adbusters Tactical Briefing 30: The May 2012 Insurrection

Posted by Niel – O.T.R.O on 04/27/2012 in Call out, Events · 0 Comments

Hey you dreamers, strikers and new left redeemers out there,

For thirty-one magical days beginning this Tuesday, May 1, we take the plunge and Strike! We block the Golden Gate Bridge; occupy a Manhattan-bound tunnel; seize the ports. In 115 cities, we march into banks, erect tents and refuse to leave. We disrupt financial institutions forcing thousands to preemptively close. Five thousand of us pray, dance, sleep on Wall Street and in front of the Fed and if the Bloombergs of the world bring out paramilitary police to intimidate us, we use our social media fire to call out 50,000 more occupiers.

In the week before the G8 and NATO summits, we light the spark globally. We occupy hundreds of squares in cities on every continent – from Paris to Berlin, Toronto to Athens, São Paulo to Bucharest and beyond – we up the ante with direct actions that paralyze capitalism. For a few days, maybe for a full month, we act as if we already live a world run by people, not corporations.

Our movement goes geopolitical later in May. We swarm Chicago and confront NATO. We tell the military elites there to stop their saber rattling against Iran, halt the global arms race and get behind what the majority of the people on Earth want: a nuclear-free world starting with a nuclear-free Middle East that includes both Iran and Israel.

And then when the G8 leaders meet in Camp David, we create a global spectacle the likes of which the world has never seen before … millions of us … individually, in flash groups and en masse, we burst out laughing at the lunacy of the eight most powerful political leaders on the planet thinking they can dictate the people’s business from behind closed doors and barbed wire fences. For one day, we take over the global mindspace with a whirlwind of #LAUGHRIOT jokes. (Like: Why did the G8 chickens cross to Camp David? / Cuz they’re on the other side. haha!) We laugh our heads off on every news broadcast in the world.

May 1968 was the first wildcat general strike in history … it spawn hundreds of occupations, campus uprisings and workplace disruptions globally … but then it fizzled. Maybe this May 2012 we won’t?

for the wild,
Culture Jammers HQ

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  1. PLEASE stop referring to “Occupy” as a “movement” and please ask other conservative shakers & movers –i.e., authors, bloggers, columnists, radio-talk and TV hosts, comedians, etc.– to stop doing it as well. When calling it a “movement” you –without realizing it– dignify it, grant to “Occupy” a characterization that it doesn’t deserve, and antithetical to the OPERATION, that in reality “Occupy” is.

    A movement sprouts from an autogenous mindset unwittingly shared by many, that produces the essential glue agglutinating those who join in; a movement is not the product of pre-planning, pre-design, pre-modeling, pre-structuring as operations are.

    I spent more than four decades within the hardcore Left, i.e., a “book-learned” democratic-socialist militant and operative, and never a communist of any kind, e.g., not Marxist, let alone Marxist-Leninist. However, as the operative I was, I hobnobbed with all of them, and the “book learned” I was I came to know like the palm of my hand their ideologies and praxes (i.e., ways and means of operating.)

    It is such capacity that I can assure with full aplomb that “Occupy” is just a Bolshevik operation by the Democrat Party high-hierarchy, which conceived it, and planned in detail, financed and executed by proxy.

    The classical example of a movement is the Tea Party movement (TPM), which although ignited by the providential rant of Rick Santelli, the fuel was already in the minds of tens of millions of Americans. Later on, TPM adherents coagulated in local, regional and national groups to coordinate their TPM activism. But the TPM was and remains an autogenous ideological/political/civic social phenomenon of the most authentic autogenous cut

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