knotmove.com/music-news-in-san-francisco/pete-seeger-arlo-guthrie-jo… Seeger attended the Occupy Wall Street event, his outlook reminded me of why, I could, Join the Occupy movement. Pete, dubbed this the “Revolution Generation.” Arlo Gutrie was there and the song, “This land is Your Land”
Robyn Chelsea-Seifert, SF Music News Examiner
October 22, 2011 – Like this? Subscribe to get instant updates.
“Occupy Wall Street has seen its share of supportive celebrities but none carrying the street cred of Pete Seeger.
Seeger, the 92-year-old folk legend lent his support to Occupy Wall Street’s Friday evening protest by marching along with the New York crowd that reached nearly 1,000 strong.
Joining Seeger during the peaceful march was his grandson Tao Rodriguez Seeger, folk singer Arlo Guthrie, Tom Chapin, composer David Amram, and blues musician Guy Davis walking over 30 blocks past police officers and angry residents chanting, “We are the 99 percent” and “We are unstoppable; another world is possible,” the Associated Press reports. “
If you followed my last article, You know that I feel we must create our jobs. By thinking our way out of this ugly corruption.
We have to now stand ready to disengage in harmful practices. Each in our own lives must find the place our special skill set allows us to contribute. Do not rely on those that already have the riches. These can be redefined through enterprise!
The Local Green Movement is a necessary change. It is already happening in larger sectors of business. Paperless companies are scrambling to reduce energy usages. The job needs have changed so dramatically that larger skill sets are needed to participate in theological advances. Jobs are out there. The old adage, “I need a good worker,” is the clue. It is very hard to find a good worker who can be all the difference.
Entiltlement is not a sucessful strategy option. Why should some one hire an individual because he needs a job? I think more likely, you have a skill I really need right now! What are the skills that employer really needs. How can we get them?
The Occupy movement has put a voice to the hardship of diminishing consumerism. The products we buy generate economy. If I study what I buy, I will know my needs. Processed or natural? That is the question. How much oil goes into the process? Use Local, Buy Local. Trust your financial institution. It all comes down to, do you put your money in a bank you don’t like? Get creative, I do not mean a mattress. Chose a reputable banking institution. WE vote with out feet. We revolutionize with our protests! Government cannot solve all our problems. Get creative, support our warriors, finally, encourage growth through education.