4/1 The Revolution Begins in 2012 — Occupy All States

The Revolution Begins in 2012 — Occupy All States

Wolf Pac were coming

Get ready for 2012.
We are coming for you!

By Cenk Uygur

Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party were appetizers for what is to come. I have never seen the American people so disgruntled, and neither has anyone else. Every number is a record. Congressional approval is at a record low of 9%. Can it get lower? Can it go negative? The number of people satisfied with the candidates running for president is at a record low. Dissatisfaction in this category is four times higher than it was even in 2008.

The Tea Party might not know it but they are mad about the same thing that Occupy Wall Street is. They have a sense that our politicians have sold us out – and they are 100% right. The problem isn’t Big Government or Big Money. The problem is when Big Money buys Big Government leading to Big Corruption.

It isn’t personal corruption. No one is stuffing money into freezers (at least not a lot of people are). It isn’t that Senator Ben Nelson or Senator Orrin Hatch is a bad person. It’s that we have built a system that is built on systemic corruption. The only way you can get elected is by doing the bidding of huge donors. And those donors can control the process entirely because of the unlimited amount of money they can spend.

The average winning House candidate now spends $1.4 million per election. The average winning Senate candidate spends $10 million. Which average guy has that kind of money? You must raise the money from big donors – and then you are at their mercy. If you want to win, you need the money. If you want the money, you have to give them something in return.

How often does money control the outcome? An overwhelming amount of the time. The candidate with more money wins 93% of the time on the House side and 94% of the time on the Senate side. It’s game, set and match.

So, of course, our representatives don’t represent us, they represent the people who got them elected – the big donors.

This system cannot stand. It will not stand. I’m not saying that it falls in 2012. That is way too optimistic. But the battle is joined in 2012.

There are now many constitutional amendments trying to address this problem. Those movements will only grow. And probably at surprising speed.

Everything moves so much quicker now (just look at how many times and how quickly the Republican primaries have turned already).

This movement is going to take the country by storm and Washington is going to be completely surprised by it. As usual, they will say “no one could have seen it coming.”

I’m telling you now, it’s coming!

People are starting to become furious that we have in effect lost our representative democracy. It’s time for a revolution. Not a physical one, but a political one.

A revolution that turns over the establishment’s apple cart, challenges this corrupt system and brings back our democracy.

Get ready for 2012.

Declaration of Independence
Our politicians are bought. Everyone knows it. Conservatives know it. Liberals know it. The Democrats are bought. The Republicans are bought. They don’t represent us. They represent their corporate donors who fund their campaigns and promise them well paying jobs after they leave office. We have taxation without representation. Our democracy is in serious trouble.

What happened? CLICK HERE to find out.

So what can we do to regain our ability to make our votes count and take back our democracy? We have to concentrate all of our resources into one single attack – making sure we take corporate money out of politics. The only way to do that is to bypass the corporate owned Congress and the Supreme Court – and pass a Constitutional amendment. We must pass an amendment saying that corporations are not people and they do not have the right to spend money to buy our politicians.

The objective of Wolf PAC will be to raise money and raise an army for the sole purpose of passing this amendment. We need a Constitutional revolution to get unlimited corporate money out of politics. Please join us and help retake our democracy.

CLICK HERE to read our proposed amendment.

Join the Fight

The objective of Wolf PAC is not theory, it is results. We will pass the amendment and we will regain our democracy. Here is how we’re going to do it.

We must gather up a fighting force. We need programmers and organizers and lawyers and leaders. We need this movement to be in all 50 states. So, first we are doing a call for generals in this army. Please write into us and tell us what your expertise is and how you can help.

Our Congress is completely infected with the virus. So proposing an amendment through Congress seems hopeless. But luckily there is another way. We can do this purely at the state level. The states can call for a constitutional convention and they can ratify an amendment that comes out of one. And there is nothing our corrupt federal government can do about it.

We are hoping that the first wave of volunteers help us organize at the state level. Let’s go occupy the states!

Source: http://www.wolf-pac.com/

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What WE, the Occupy movement, and Cenk are talking about is as basic AMERICAN ideals; The things that MAKE an American an American; can be easily found in America’s Declaration of Independence. Or in the US Constitution, Bill of Rights, The proposed 28th Amendment is directly derived from those documents in letter and spirit. This aint socialism, communism, or any other “ism” – its THE AMERICAN WAY!
russelljds 2 months ago


Ron Paul doesn’t have a chance with the election fraud machine at full power. Look what happen in Iowa. The election was clearly stolen and the elite don’t give a damn that we know they are doing it. It’s like they are giving the people the finger and saying you don’t like it? Tough. We decide who will be the candidates… not you peons. Deal with it.
spirittoo 2 hours ago

Bachmann’s campaign manager promoted Paul and is now working for him. Paul is surging and leading in Iowa and surging just about everywhere. Polling has also shown there a growing numbers of Paul Democrats as well. More Democrats are coming together to vote Paul in the primaries.
TheCultivatedMind 3 days ago

A rigged election- Again!!

January 4, 2012 – 10:15 am
Maybe a year ago, Gordon wrote an article saying the way to take back the election process is for people to swarm their party’s meetings at the precinct level, which I think is the way to go. Outside support should be all the proof we need at the local level that a candidate represents anybody but us. Amending the Constitution to exclude corporations would still allow the likes of gambling multi-billionaire Sheldon Adelson to control the local affairs of states like Iowa, where he apparently poured money into Gingrich’s campaign and, if my memory’s right, put up a lot of the money for Santorum’s contrived surge.

As it is, candidates in both parties are crammed down our throats. We’re not electing a representative, but voting in a popularity contest. Obama and all the Republican candidates, with the exception of Ron Paul, are perfect examples of figureheads whose personality and celebrity status is intended to conceal the genuinely evil men behind the curtain pulling their strings. It follows that if a voter has no knowledge of his favorite candidate’s big bucks donors, he knows nothing about that candidate.

As Spengler put it, the average citizen is a “mere function of some monstrous Something.” In the case of supporters of Gingrich and Santorum, that monstrous something is apparently billions in the hands of someone like Sheldon Adelson, or those transnational corporations offshoring our jobs and the banksters counterfeiting trillions for themselves at our expense. Is that who voters would elect if they knew the truth about their candidate?

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January 4, 2012 – 10:52 am

Yes, that is what they will do, elect the same bunch of crooks who cheated them since they were born.

Our greatest problem is that we only have two parties and both are bought by the Big Money. European countries have 4 – 6 parties on the list, you have a better choice and usually not a single party gets enough votes to govern by itself. They must cooperate with another one or two parties, cutting down the possibility on corruption and building a monopoly.

If we want to change our system, then we must also change the way we think and vote. What is this BS that “in my family we always vote this or that”!
Why? Are you multiple triplets all grown together with a single brain, or can you think separately.
If you can do that then you must have different needs, ideas and longings, so go after it.

All this shouting with OWS and other similar demonstrations will not change anything, it is a party for those young people, who go home after they raised enough hell.
Look at the egyptians, they demonstrated for almost a year long, but what did they achieve? Nothing!!
The same people run the military, the police, the banks and the politicians and right now they are striking back, just as they always do.

Not a few ten thousand, but millions on the street will bring a change. A general strike, shutting down a major city or even the country, people taking over police stations and arresting those criminals who sold our country to the zionist money changers and their partners right here.

Go to vote, but tear up the slip or put in a new name. Demonstrate in front of the home of your senator. Bombard him or her with e-mails. Do citizen arrest on those congressmen who do not represent you, but their own pocketbook.
You can go and keep shouting and the 1% will laugh their head off.
Shut down their town, business and you may see a different reaction.

We have 28 million veterans out there, many are hungry, sleeping on the street. Where are they???
Why don´t they march to demand dignity and a fair chance in our crooked system?
They faced greater danger than the few fat cops blocking their way.


January 4, 2012 – 11:59 am
Hand me down articles that we can read on the Huffington Post, from a guy that was moved out of primetime on MSNBC by Al Sharpton?
Time to reassess VT.






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