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Occupy Rabble Park
because they wouldn't let me occupy a 'real' park
Hi there.

My name is Troy Pheil.
I was and I remain inspired by Occupy Wall Street and the more than 700 other occupy encampments which were launched around the world in solidarity with the occupiers of Zuccotti Park in New York City.

Because legal justification and justifiable methods (paramilitary force) for removal have been codified, I judge it highly unlikely any group can or could successfully occupy a 'real' park today. And that's why I am building Rabble Park.

Rabble Park is and will be a virtual park. I am working on acquiring the skills and the resources to make this a reality and Rabble Park is a part of my personal effort to save the world from many foreseen and foreseeable horrors.

Many of these horrors are here with use now and, without serious and proactive work, it is likely these horrors will grow larger and even more grotesque in the future.

DemocracyNow EFF  
Poor or inadequate education.
Non-existent or insufficient Healthcare.
Unequal political representation.
Collapsing democracy.
Resurgent tyranny.
Anthropomorphic climate change.

Over all of this remains the eighty year threat of nuclear war and the reality of never-ending conventional war.

 

Together we must figure out: not only how to resist, but also to prevail and to return sanity; not only to our plans for the future, but also to our expectations for the future.

We can learn to break free from being politically manipulated by the elite.

We can meet. We can discuss. We can develop strategies. We can find and develop effective means to resist the elites and their corporate control of our civil, legal and communal institutions, of our political leaders, of our laws and of our natural resources. We are not their human resource to be dispensed or eradicated at their pleasure.

Here I intend to continue the work begun by Occupy Wall Street to thwart the 'privatization of everything'.
My desire and my goal to make this site interactive so you can help.

Stay tuned.

 

'If there is hope,' wrote Winston, 'it lies in the proles.'

  from the book 1984 by George Orwell

 
 

  

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