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We need some help in a real big way. I just learned that the unions are going to make an announcement that they are pulling out of the capitol occupation and i am happy about that because now the voice of the people can truly emerge. We need to get this message to people who know about longterm resistance, occupation and struggle. I thought of angela davis you know of others. I am not sure what this means for the occupation and resources. I understand that presently they are not allowing food in for the protesters. We need help. The folks in the building are refusing to leave. [So much confusion, so much deception, so much muddled thinking. Most workers, I would say the overwhelming majority of workers, would wholeheartedly support unions if it weren’t for sellout and corrupt union leadership who live comfortably off of union dues and sweetheart contract deals with parasitical corporations. The ideology of the enemy is lodged within the working class itself. The working class will have to undergo a process of disillusionment before there will be a genuine revolutionary working class movement. A majority of workers would prefer to call themselves “middle class”, ( a meaningless term other than to bestow upon its subscriber a false sense of superiority and privilege) than working class. Most importantly, without a revolutionary theory of class struggle there can be not revolutionary working class movement. What we see emerging in Wisconsin is inevitable and the beginning of a very, very long process. Cast away all illusions and prepare to struggle. Workers of the world, unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains; you have a world to gain.] RM The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com

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