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Re: <nettime> A Movement Without Demands?
Dean, Jodi on Mon, 9 Jan 2012 23:50:36 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> A Movement Without Demands?


You misrepresent what I said. I said:  "the poorest places in the US don't have active occupations going on".  I didn't say the movement isn't found in poor communities. Elsewhere
in the same post I mentioned Oakland's ongoing occupation explicitly. 

I disagree with your point regarding prescriptions, but maybe it hinges on the word choice. I think that being part of a movement is contributing to the direction one 
wants it to go in. This is part of political engagement--arguing for and trying to help produce the change one wants to see. If, as you say, anyone who takes the slogan
of the 99% to heart is part of the movement, then anyone can argue for what they want the movement to be and do.

On the writing, I disagree with your claim that most in the movement couldn't understand it. And I disagree with the implication that everything written within the movement
has to be written at an extremely low level. There's room for lots of different kinds of writing and expression. 


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I have several comments on this discussion.

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