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All these social issues are part of the current strategy of disengagement of the state. Governments submit to the laws of the banks and the market. The State is not a business, it should not be managed as such. In a democratic and just society, governments need to represent the interests of the people before those of the bankers.
We are the Outraged of Montreal. The current situation leads to a dead end, a cul-de-sac that we can’t get out. We must act.
We are neither right nor left, neither federalist or sovereignist and we are outraged and we have a voice. We shout our desire for change, democracy, social justice.

We are neither right nor left, neither federalist or sovereignist and we are outraged and we have a voice. We shout our desire for change, democracy, social justice.
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------------------------ Now if we are neither left nor right what are we ? what are they ? is this a
                                            form of multitude or the start of something larger?






 In Quebec as always the game of left and right is played against that of French versus English with the  ritual dualistic repetition of the same: it seems this movement is authentically trying to get around the dilemna and my hat is off to them .


 But whether winter's harsh demands will allow the movement to continue camping out is another story. 
                                             One must think ahead to other possibilities. Other spaces to congregate and continue the work.


 ______________Connecting to the antipoverty movements and various community groups throughout the city and province.




Englarge the scope of intersest and connection. Connecting to the students who disagree with the tuition hikes and the cost of education.


------------- All of these types of connecting and augmenting of ideas can only enrich the analysis and the movement.


___________________________ Stay positive and ahead of the future    ~.









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