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99% of: Occupy Wall Street, the Tea Party, and Greece on Facebook make a World-Wide General Strike and potential 2012 Earth Revolution Inevitable
May 1st General Strike

Sticker found in doorway of Grand Central Station NYC March 31, 2012

The top 1% that control, rule and own planet Earth world will never listen to the protests of a few thousand people scattered here and there in a few countries.

The only way the top 1% will ever listen to the bottom 99% is when the entire global financial markets are shut down!

They will not be shutdown due to any hacking of electric/electronic circuits or switches..

The circular money trading system shall be interrupted by a mass consumer revolt wherein a general [concerted communication (interweb-based), planet-wide] strike shall be instituted by 99% of the people from all the nations. It’s not that the whole system will collapse; it will simply not be considered of value or of good moral-purpose, to the whole of humanity anymore.

If you care to view how & what the future [is] with regard to the capitulation-of-capitalism; please watch ZEITGEIST: Moving Forward 2011 [from 02:31:06  (the 2 hours 31 minutes 6 seconds mark) in the timecode]. It basically shows how this process unfolds and culminates ..the entire world is going to revolt [peacefully] and [inevitably] evolve.  {still try to watch the entire movie}

They told us that over spending got us into this mess.. and now they say that we need to spend to get out of it… at what point do you recognize how broken and crazy the system is!?
We need a new system for everything, because the power of money corruption pervades every level of our lives!

Global protests will shut down the world economy!

I can’t wait.. have a nice day!!

(-: we all live here 😀



Google vs facebook

In the long term, I don’t think Google has much to worry about regarding users sharing things within the facebook site. Much of what people share in fb are links that they found thru Google and on YouTube.

The problem is that Google can’t see what’s behind the fb firewall.

The solution is to re-code the search-links data to be able to trackback and communicate behind frenemy lines.

Perhaps this may be accomplished in something as basic as the browser software that is parsing daisychained, user passwords already. This is an opportunity where Google may make gains; albeit from facebook’s  basic lack of ‘outward web reach’.

That is to say that until now facebook has only sought to make inward connections with the rest of the web and has only scratched the surface with external apps & widgets.

Perhaps Chrome should invite Firefox, Opera & Safari to be friends! 🙂



Print or Die
May 4, 2009, 4:25 pm
Filed under: Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

The newspaper industry in America will die because its owners/managers/publishers suffer from fear and attachment.

These ‘used-to-be-great’ magnates of our newspapers are clutching and clinging so tightly to their precious print advertising dollars that they will lose out on anything else that may potentially save them.

The major problem that these hard-heads don’t comprehend is that advertising is no longer about money. Now, it’s all about popularity; it drives the web pages.

The name of the game now is not to save your print-ad dollars .. you won’t be able to .. PAPER and INK are too precious commodities now.

If the newspapers’ #1 goal is to only sell more paper product.. they will never understand why people don’t find them popular anymore.

I wish them luck .. but they are already leveraging jobs to save the big money power positions at the top .. still on the road to an early death.

This was a response to a BBC article:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/8032183.stm