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The First "Occupy Wall Street"



Jesus was a revolutionary of his time. Do not look at the Jesus's distorted image today that he was killed for our sins. This non-logical concept was introduced to the followers of Jesus much later and it has nothing to do, absolutely, nothing to do with Jesus's teachings. Of course when they cannot take away his love from the people's heart, they will, then, try hard to do the next best thing and that would be taking away his ideology. Most people love him without knowing what he really stood for and , sadly, in the reality of today's world people cannot rely on this distorted image anymore. 


The fact is that Jesus was a revolutionary. He stood for justice and he , at the time, did create many enemies against his revolutionary ideology. Therefore, it is obvious that they would do anything to silence him even if that means his crucification. 


His first move when he entered Jerusalem was to destroy the bankster given money with usury level interest. He broke all their stands and stores. Jesus called the Pharisees "Graves that men have painted white who looked good and holy on the outside. In fact, their lives were selfish and greedy.

" Be careful, " Jesus said to the people."Be on your guard against the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees."


I wonder what would Jesus do today with THE banksters who are ruling the world and are causing so many wars of aggression on the other nations and showing no respect for the human lives?

Banksters who are blinded by their greed. The Modern Pharisees and Sadducees !    Indeed. — 




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akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

having said that this one seems really interesting ... thanks

Debt: the first 5000 years is a book by anthropologist David Graeber published in 2011. Graeber analyzes the function of debt in human history. He traces the history of debt from ancient civilizations to our modern-day economic crises, arguing that debt has often driven revolutions and social and political changes. The book has been connected to movements like Occupy Wall Street.[1][2][3] The book won the inaugural Bread and Roses Award for radical literature,[4] and the 2012 Bateson Award of the American Society for Cultural Anthropology.


Zendanian An injury to one is an injury to all.

Nice blog. In a comparative sense comparing story of Jesus to both Moses or Muhammad, I like the story of Christ better.
And in that spirit here's a short tale on that faith:
Monty Python-Holy Hand Grenade

On the scholarly side of things, we have this gem of a book on the history of it all. Author is also known as an activist and a leader of the Occupy movement. This work could also be considered as Occupy movement's historical manifesto.
Debt: The First 5000 Years


akaDarya With life as short as a half-taken breath, don't plant anything but love. - Rumi

& Merry Christmas to all !.