"The protesters in Liberty Square and across the US are engaged in a more serious business than contesting dominant institutions. They are knitting together new cognitive maps based on peer-to-peer strategies and open source ethics and reworking politics from below. (...) All that remains is that the movement finds a way of articulating its power without reducing its intrinsic diversity. If OccupyWallStreet can achieve this, it could literally change the world.By AllOfUs
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Swarm Wall Street: why an anti-political movement is the most important force on the planet
In a post published on Coalition of the willing blog Tim Rayner brilliantly explains the Occupy movement in the US.