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Anonymous: we will use our culture and technology against their economic shocks

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Michel Bauwens
7th August 2011


We have reached a new historical stage, in which the more naturally emerging shocks that are inherent to our economic system, such as the 2008 economic meltdown, are supplemented by artificially induced crisis such as the Greek debt crisis and the U.S. debt ceiling drama, with the purpose of inducing ‘shock and awe’ into traumatized populations, and to engineer a massive redistribution of wealth to the top 1% of the wealth owners.

Anonymous proposes a counter-strategy based on using culture and technology, watch their video here:

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