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Doctor_J Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-03-11 12:23 PM
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23. Big Media should be next
Occupy these 1000 hate- and lie-infested outlets using our airwaves to turn this into a police state
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  -The next step....Occupy the land. zeemike  Oct-03-11 10:58 AM   #0 
  - What (or whose) land are you speaking of, here? n/t  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 11:00 AM   #1 
  - Ideally corporate land.  zeemike   Oct-03-11 11:04 AM   #3 
  - Corporate owned land is in production...  Cool Logic   Oct-03-11 11:33 AM   #7 
  - You mean except for the land they are getting paid not to produce on  zeemike   Oct-03-11 11:48 AM   #8 
  - Ah, so you want to come occupy my land?  MadHound   Oct-03-11 11:51 AM   #11 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Oct-03-11 12:04 PM   #15 
  - Do you understand farming economics?  Xithras   Oct-03-11 04:52 PM   #46 
     - A family farm is foolish to try to compete with corporate farming.  zeemike   Oct-04-11 07:46 AM   #49 
  - Not all unproductive and unoccupied land is suitable for much.  RC   Oct-03-11 11:49 AM   #9 
  - In the hilltowns of Western Mass...  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 12:13 PM   #19 
  - GOP talking points --wow , same post on another thread  Kingofalldems   Oct-03-11 01:07 PM   #31 
  - OK, so let's say that happens....  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 12:04 PM   #14 
     - It was their ancestors that originally occupied the land.  zeemike   Oct-03-11 12:12 PM   #17 
        - Well, what you are concerned with...  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 12:28 PM   #24 
        - righting the wrongs of the past is great when it is possible.  zeemike   Oct-03-11 03:07 PM   #35 
           - Well, Bush and his ilk  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 04:13 PM   #42 
        - They didn't "own" land because they didn't farm it.  GreenStormCloud   Oct-04-11 11:51 AM   #53 
  - This land is your land, this land is my land...  ret5hd   Oct-03-11 11:51 AM   #10 
  - And the words to that song  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 12:33 PM   #25 
  - Love that song.  H2O Man   Oct-04-11 07:57 AM   #52 
  - Yours.  RUMMYisFROSTED   Oct-03-11 02:12 PM   #34 
     - Doubtful...  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 04:16 PM   #43 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Oct-03-11 11:04 AM   #2 
  - now that would be sweet.  zeemike   Oct-03-11 11:07 AM   #4 
  - If you could get rid of all the chemicals they use  Desertrose   Oct-03-11 11:12 AM   #5 
     - It would take a few years to do that.  zeemike   Oct-03-11 11:23 AM   #6 
     - Or occupy suburban houses that were claimed by the banks  csziggy   Oct-03-11 04:02 PM   #38 
  - This post proves that the "cause" is really about getting the rich, not helping people.  itsallhappening   Oct-03-11 11:56 AM   #13 
     - Well maybe the rich need getting.  zeemike   Oct-03-11 12:21 PM   #22 
  - Except for the fact farming is darn hard work and not for the timid  mainer   Oct-03-11 11:51 AM   #12 
  - NPR had a wonderful report over the weekend on urban farmers in  ChandlerJr   Oct-03-11 12:13 PM   #18 
     - Glimpse the future! -nt  Terry in Austin   Oct-03-11 04:12 PM   #41 
  - That's not really the next step you really want.  Shagbark Hickory   Oct-03-11 12:06 PM   #16 
  - There may be some truth to that I have given up on regulated industry  zeemike   Oct-03-11 12:34 PM   #26 
  - Shutting down factories  Mr Deltoid   Oct-03-11 12:14 PM   #20 
  - Yeah, and...  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 12:35 PM   #27 
     - When those same factories are cutting pensions, healthcare and salaries...  Mr Deltoid   Oct-03-11 12:53 PM   #30 
        - Well there you go...  pipi_k   Oct-03-11 03:51 PM   #37 
           - Sometimes you have to sacrifice for the greater good  Mr Deltoid   Oct-03-11 09:13 PM   #47 
              - One thing never to say...  pipi_k   Oct-04-11 07:47 AM   #50 
  - Less than 5% of arable U.S. land is owned by corporations.  Xithras   Oct-03-11 12:17 PM   #21 
  - Well good for you if you are satisfied with the way things are.  zeemike   Oct-03-11 12:47 PM   #29 
  - I'm not satisfied with the way things are....  Xithras   Oct-03-11 04:11 PM   #40 
  - There's a reason farmers' kids don't want to be farmers  mainer   Oct-03-11 01:55 PM   #32 
     - And what would 40 acres cost you?  zeemike   Oct-03-11 03:13 PM   #36 
        - A million bucks?  mainer   Oct-03-11 04:21 PM   #44 
        - Most farmland isn't that expensive.  Xithras   Oct-03-11 04:41 PM   #45 
           - That's interesting  zeemike   Oct-04-11 07:39 AM   #48 
              - Wow, look at this listing  mainer   Oct-04-11 12:03 PM   #54 
                 - Nice find  zeemike   Oct-04-11 05:54 PM   #55 
  - Big Media should be next  Doctor_J   Oct-03-11 12:23 PM   #23 
  - The Earth was made a common treasury for all?  maxsolomon   Oct-03-11 12:39 PM   #28 
  - Better make sure the water isn't owned or depleted by some corp  EmeraldCityGrl   Oct-03-11 02:11 PM   #33 
  - It's called "Land grabbing"  tawadi   Oct-03-11 04:09 PM   #39 
  - A lot of federal land is protected for environmental reasons...  Imajika   Oct-04-11 07:54 AM   #51 
  - I was not talking about seizing land form people  zeemike   Oct-04-11 06:06 PM   #56 
  - Living rural can be a good thing. But most of us don't "just occupied the land" but work it, buy it  uppityperson   Oct-04-11 06:19 PM   #57 
     - True...most of us do.  zeemike   Oct-06-11 07:06 AM   #58 
 

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