Occupy Everywhere: Michael Moore, Naomi Klein on Next Steps for the Movement Against Corporate Power
for some reason, embedding the videos from democracy now only works half the time. so, click the link to watch the episode. its great. Towards the very end, Michael Moore gets almost giddy and its ridiculous and wonderful. I'll quote him, but you gotta hear the delivery!
And when you say there’s—right, there’s 400 that have more than 150 million, but they only have 400 votes. And that just has got to—every night when they go to bed, go, "Holy [bleep]! This is like—there’s 150 million of them, and there’s only [ 400 ] of us!" "But we can buy candidates. Yes, we can buy candidates." "I know. But we can’t go in the booth and put our hands on everybody’s lever." "I know. I know. I know. OK, well, we’ll just—we’ll feed them a lot of nonsense on TV, and that’ll get them afraid. And we’ll make their schools like so crappy that they’ll be ignorant, and they won’t know when we’re trying to manipulate them with fear. And that’s—you know, this is how we’ll do it." And—I just love—I just wish I could be in their bedrooms tonight. They’re just—many of them are in Connecticut. And they’re not far away. If anybody’s watching—I would just love to just be in one of their bedrooms tonight, just—they just have got to—they’re just so—got to be so frightened by this—THE REVOLUTION IS BEAUTIFUL