Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? — A Handbook On How To Defeat The 1% By Creating Subcultures and Maintaining Them
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240 pages with color photos.
How to start a community/EcoVillage and maintain its growth and live an organic and sustainable lifestyle.
A step-by-step introduction to green building, sustainability, organic gardening, permaculture, food forests, and more.
Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf? — A Handbook On How To Defeat The 1% By Creating Subcultures and Maintaining Them is a compilation of articles, beginning with Occupy Wall Street at Zucotti Park in New York, written by Gabriel of Urantia to address the deeper issues involved within the Occupy/99% movement and to present viable solutions in creating real and lasting change, including the need for true leadership and how that can be accomplished.
His solutions offer step-by-step guidance to the 99%'s success. In addition, there are a few articles by other authors included in the book that were originally published in the Spring 2012 issue of the Alternative Voice quarterly periodical, entitled "Occupy! Where Do We Go From Here?"
What makes this book valuable is that Gabriel of Urantia has co-founded an EcoVillage, with 100 change agents from all over the world. It has been functioning now for 23 years, and Gabriel has been teaching the principles of civil disobedience against the 1% since the early 1990s.
Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf? includes a wonderful color Photo Gallery of pictures taken at various Occupy events around the country during 2011/2012, where a team from Global Change Multi-Media (a nonprofit media division, established by Gabriel of Urantia) traveled to cover the stories and support the movement.
Throughout the book, Gabriel of Urantia explores at deeper levels the real solutions needed in order for the 99% to truly take the power out of the hands of the 1%, who have held it throughout the history of our planet.
The author defines the Spiritualution movement —a spiritual revolution focused on bringing justice to the people — in reference to the 99% movement and Occupy Wall Street, the white baby boomers' and X-generation's responsibility (the once middle class), the cry of the indigenous, and much more.
Gabriel of Urantia offers ideas implemented by effective tactical leaders of history, including George Washington and how the Colonists won the revolution and how these methods can be successfully implemented around the globe today.
Gabriel also addresses in detail the need for people worldwide to establish communities and have things in common, while identifying the loneliness, stress, and lack of human compassion and support existing in urban life and the importance of coming back to nature.
Additional helpful information — such as The Be Aware Proclamation & Answers, Unoccupy Your Couch — 10 Points To Become Proactive In, the 5 Principles Of Planetary Peace, and the song lyrics of "To Be Free" by VansGuard — all contribute to making a wonderful resource handbook that is a must read for everyone in the 99%!