MADRID — Hundreds of thousands of disillusioned Indians cheer a rural activist on a hunger strike. Israel reels before the largest street demonstrations in its history. Enraged young people in Spain and Greece take over public squares across their countries.He adds:
Their complaints range from corruption to lack of affordable housing and joblessness, common grievances the world over. But from South Asia to the heartland of Europe and now even to Wall Street, these protesters share something else: wariness, even contempt, toward traditional politicians and the democratic political process they preside over.
They are taking to the streets, in part, because they have little faith in the ballot box.
This is what's needed here in the US and that would include esp. the family law system. Republican, Democrat, what's the difference now? This is the sort of thing I was alluding to in all those comments I made about there's really only statism and we the people.That is largely what the Tea Party movement is about. But it has not attacked the family court, CPS, and other such evils yet.
I just got an email from a local Santa Cruz woman who is writing a book about the evils of CPS. Maybe she will add my story, taken from this blog.