|Look how pretty it is.|
End moral decay, desire for more, scarcity of food, forced labour, and cruel authority.
End free enterprise now. Beg 'pardon? Where exactly in Canada does all this happen? I'd really like to know! And how did it all get attributed to free enterprise?
Why would anyone want to incite disorder? What would this accomplish?
As I was taking photos, a homeless man approached me and asked me to take his photo. His name is Lucien. He said he wanted people to know he was there. I wondered around a bit with him, met his family and got their opinion on the movement. At first he said he agreed with it, they`re trying to change things. Then I told him I`m pro-corporate and he changed his mind just a little bit. You see, we`re both native, from different bands. He`s from Tsuu T'ina and I'm Inuvialuit. His family asked me where I was from and I told them. His mother said to me we all have to be friendly towards one another referring to all Canadian aboriginals. I agreed with her, but I just feel that way about people in general. Lucien did tell me how to find him again and I will go in search for him soon.
|Lucien and his family.|
I've read "Why We Occupy". It talks about how we need to better the quality of life of all people, so why are the occupiers not doing so for others? Why is it on my shoulders or City Hall's or Corporate Calgary's? It talks about how they want things change for the sake of human welfare, but again, the occupiers are so focused on the action, they've lost the meaning (if they ever had it in the first place.)
The occupiers need to leave Olympic Plaza, they need to figure out what they want and they need to realize that the method they use to send their message is so very important. Actions speak louder than words and quite frankly, I'll listen to someone talking to me from a soup kitchen before I'll ever listen to someone squatting in a park to prove a directionless point.