I am Premji from India. I am poet and human rights activist. Recently, I developed a concept "TWISTER DISTRIBUTION MOVEMENT" (TDM) which is a practical solution for "OCCUPY WALL STREET MOVEMENT".
TDM tells the concept of 'Open source procurement and distribution' (OSPD) of products useful to us and save us from the clutches of Corporates, Crony Capitalism by creating a knowledge society. 'Acts that one performs for one's own sake should also aim for the good of other men' is our philosophy. It is meant to bridge ideas from the open source movement with FSM as central pillar, free collective intellectual movement, free retail movement and any other movement which stands for human dignity.
TDMt is envisioned as the single largest procurement and distribution network across the world, practicing 'Diminishing Capitalism”. If a group of creative people can meet in 'Diaspora social network', and create thousands of great designs which can easily overthrow the limited design options by any Corporate; if production houses owned by cooperative movement, as per OSPD standards; if OSPD cooperative distribution units can distribute them with the lowest possible prices; and if we ignore the people using branded products treating as 'foolish' (their technique only!); then what will be the fate of every Corporate product? If we can reduce the overheads of production, then MRP of OSPD products will be reduced in future and inflation can be bridled! Is that not “Diminishing capitalism?”
What if we can design and distribute any product like this in collaboration with the interlinked collective intelligence in Diaspora, and utilize the ethical profit for the betterment of the downtrodden very transparently? What if OSPD can fund every project of FSM? What if it can sweep away hunger and disparity? You can realize this dream! Help me to bring out OSPD to commons!
WE CAN PLUNDER CAPITALISM. ARISE AWAKE AND ACT. EVERY DETAIL OF THE ACTION PLAN IS UPDATED IN MY WEBSITE www.premji.in
WE CAN BREAK THEM... THE MODUS OPERANDI IS VERY SIMPLE
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Nov. 19, 2011