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Only for Practical Projects We Can Do Now to Build a Voluntary Global Occupy Society

Started this discussion. Last reply by Terry Mollner Nov 4, 2011. 2 Replies

 This Conversation Site Is For Sharing and Viewing New ProgramsWe Could Launch in Our Local Communities!!!          When any of us join in the community of people at one of the Occupy Wall Street…Continue

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I have practical things to suggest we can put into play now to build a voluntary global moral society which is what we are calling for. After stimulating global outrage at the immoral basis of so many of our institutions to bring attention to the injustice, this will be the next stage of this movement. So I want to help us demonstrate to all that we can create it ourselves in the private sector in a non-violent and loving way.

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