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We must remember THIS. We have the power!

99% is WAY more powerful than the Rich 1%.

One of my guru's really does talk to the Divine of Everyone:)

BIG MONEY AND IGNORANCE LOSES by Neale Donald Walsch

In short, People Power defeated Money Power in this election, time and time again — and that is good news for America.
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America has re-claimed its intelligence and re-claimed its power. Big Money and Ignorance have lost theirs — and with it, a stranglehold on the U.S. electorate.

There is hope after all. People can and will think for themselves. People can and will overcome the onslaught of media buys by individuals and groups with millions to throw around. Sometimes when you “follow the money trail,” it leads, alas, to a dead end.

Some people, like Glenn Beck, are confused (very, very confused!):
Beck on Romney’s loss: ‘Man, sometimes God really sucks’
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Now back to reality. Time for more Occupy Wallstreet!

Because THOSE with Money still want total control:

A Small Group of Companies Have Enormous Power Over the World

“An analysis of the relationships between 43,000 transnational corporations has identified a relatively small group of companies, mainly banks, with disproportionate power over the global economy.”
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The top 50 companies on the list of the “super-entity” included (as of 2007):

Barclays Plc (#1), Capital Group Companies Inc (#2), FMR Corporation (#3), AXA (#4), State Street Corporation (#5), JP Morgan Chase & Co. (#6), UBS AG (#9), Merrill Lynch & Co Inc (#10), Deutsche Bank (#12), Credit Suisse Group (#14), Bank of New York Mellon Corp (#16), Goldman Sachs Group (#18), Morgan Stanley (#21), Société Générale (#24), Bank of America Corporation (#25), Lloyds TSB Group (#26), Lehman Brothers Holdings (#34), Sun Life Financial (#35), ING Groep (#41), BNP Paribas (#46), and several others.[3]

Back to Reality, folks.
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Originally posted to roseeriter on Thu Nov 08, 2012 at 03:19 AM PST.

Also republished by Occupy Wall Street.

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