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OCCUPY TUCSON FIRST

OCCUPY TUCSON FIRST

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Published by Roy Warden
Will the Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Tucson Movements Remain Populist and Non Partisan?
Will the Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Tucson Movements Remain Populist and Non Partisan?

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Published by: Roy Warden on Oct 11, 2011
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ARIZONA COMMON SENSE
An Exercise in Aggressive, Non-Partisan Political Activism
October 11, 2011
Volume 1, Number 6
“The professionof the law, in itsnature thenoblest and most beneficial to mankind, is inits abuse and abasement themost sordid and  pernicious” --Bolingbroke“The greatest evil is not donein those sordid dens of evil  Dickens loved to paint (or in thedank cellars of the Lubiyankaby thugs named  Beria), but…inclear, carpeted,warmed, well lighted offices,by quiet menwith whitecollars and cut  fingernails and smooth shavencheeks who donot need to raisetheir voices.” --C.S. Lewis
OCCUPY TUCSON, THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTAND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
You, the members of the Occupy Tucson Movement, areabout to embark upon a grand adventure and thecontinuation of the American Revolution, first declared in1776 and later reaffirmed in the 1950’s and 1960’s by theCivil Rights Movement.Your forefathers fought with muskets and cannon so that youmay now fight with words and civil actions, but in the endyour goal is the same: the transformation of Americansociety, so that justice will prevail and government of, by andfor the people may not perish from this earth.Conduct yourselves with dignity.Steep yourselves in the wisdom gained by the Civil RightsMovement, for these folks paid a bitter price in blood, sweatand tears to secure the right to use the techniques you nowemploy.As to the eternal struggle between right and wrong, rich andpoor read Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party, and theTransformation of American Democracy. In that singular bookyou will learn the intellectual premise which now sets thefoundation for your present movement.Act with courage.Educate yourselves. Beware seduction and the honeyedwords of politicians and others who would guide you andincorporate you into existing movements.Remain populist and non-partisan. Don’t reject the lessons of history. You have seized the moment and center stage. In theyears to come you will fully come to appreciate that this is,indeed, your finest hour.Roy Warden,PublisherArizona Common Senseroywarden@hotmail.com

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