OWS gossip, the Blue Print, and Occupy the Narrative

So I have been reading Ross at Charnel House‘s writings on the internal divisions of the the Occupy Wall Street lately as well as his analysis of the Vision and Goals group demands.  Now, I am going to look the vision and goals group Blue print and cribbing an idea form Ross, I am going to annotate it. First, however, I am going to recount a discussion between myself and friend is an anarcho-Marxist friend of mine. Upon reading about the divisions between the semi-disbanded demands group and the Goals and Visions group, I had a few revelations.

Me: Gods, if this sort of thing is OWS, we haven’t learned anything from the last 30+ years of activism and failure.

Anarchist Friend:   For a group that learned not a thing they have done more in a month than any number of sparts in 45 years. And I don’t mean sell newspapers at leftist demos. I’ll take trots moaning seriously when they call a general strike and shut down a port. (BTW after reading this blog post it appears the “demands” are indeed shit. There should be no demands, full stop. Neither from the GA nor any self-appointed groups of trots out to sabotage yet another movement they can’t control and haven’t the wit to organise).

(Context: Now the Demands group maybe Trotskyist but the Blueprint we were looking at were Goals and Visions group, which seems like a mixture of post-left anarchism and liberal Utopianism.)

Me: Like I said, if THAT is OWS we’re doomed. Luckily that isn’t the entirety OWS. Oh, Trotskyites they are always there to try to shift the narrative as anarchists of varying stripes as are libertarians. (You know, I actually really like Trotsky, I often wonder why Trotskyites are always trying to botch other groups. Also, why do the most brilliant trotskyites generally end up as neo-conservatives?)

The reason why the OWS has been successful: most of it is not leftists or liberals or liberal activists. It’s people fed up with the way the system is working; however, if the various ideological cadres do what they have historically done, they are going to fuck this up. Soviets? Remember how that ended? Spanish Civil War? Remember that? I mean seriously, the cadres need to get their shit together and provide some unified vision and let fresh blood take the lead. But if this is an indication, they are providing NO unitified vision and trying to take the lead themselves. That’s the inverse of what needs to happen. Notice that the real action is in marginalized communities like Oakland and Dallas–NOT OWS itself.  This is because they are neck deep in activist and leftist baggage from prior groups and the pressure is really on there.  That’s the material conditions on the ground bits.

So while Oakland Strikes and Dallas Prepares for a General Strike, we get the Blueprint. Now before I quote Ross and Doug Henwood on this, I am going to go back to my anarchist friend from the UK who makes an excellent point: these Marxist groups need to realize this is not 1917 (and it is not 1968) and no one has guns. The sectarian battles of Marxism seem to recall a time that is long past in which the states that those battles have established have either morphed or fallen.

Anyway, back to Ross:

Here is some more of the behind-the-scenes story regarding the document’s background, taken from some public correspondence between noted activist and commentator Doug Henwood and the organizer Chris Maisano, from all the way back on October 21st:

From: Doug Henwood

Sent: Friday, October 21, 2011 11:25 AM

To: lbo-talk at lbo-talk.orgSubject: Re: [lbo-talk] The “Liberty Square Blueprint”

On Oct 21, 2011, at 10:49 AM, Chris Maisano wrote:

So the anarchist types who have been running the show behind the scenes and actively disrupting the meetings of the working group crafting the jobs for all demand (so much for leaderlessness and self-organization) have finally unveiled their Liberty Square Blueprint — and it is utter rubbish. Not a single word about the tens of millions of unemployed and underemployed, the tens of millions without health insurance, and the tens of millions in poverty. Instead, we read about bartering, urban farming, and charities. Amazing.

The only good thing about this is that its obvious limitations could create an opening for socialists to contend for a greater degree of political and ideological influence within the movement and raise demands that might actually resonate with a broadly-based constituency.

Holy shit, that’s awful. Among many things, they seem poisoned by the belief that open source software can save the world. (Apparently their open-source software doesn’t have a spell checker, unless they think there’s something revolutionary about spelling it “Correlary”).

The wish list  which they weirdly refer to as bullet-point visions is incredibly vague. How do we “Empower marginalized people to express themselves, build community, and engage systemic/cultural discrimination”? Who are the “we” that grant “them” this power?

The economic planks:

• Create an economy in harmony with nature — by
• Researching, developing and implementing economic models that pursue thriving, abundant and prosperous outcomes for humanity and life — growing beyond the dichotomy of unsustainable and sustainable development. These economic models must be based on sound ethical assumptions and observed individual and market behavior through behavioral economics and econometrics
• Implementing and improving community currencies, barter, sharing, and trade systems
• Building the support and precedence for local and large scale production of renewable energy and food resources
• Eliminating financial/resource speculation that supports the current economy at the expense of future generations
• Learning from and empowering indigenous people in the transition to an economy in harmony with nature — as we
• Make NYC a pioneer of urban farming, renewable energy, grass roots urban/rural exchange, quantitative economic policy and indigenous leadership

are close to meaningless. Who are the “we” that would eliminate speculation, and how? Presumably not state bodies, so who then? What the fuck kind of econometrics do they have in mind? Vector autoregressions will set us free? Community currencies and barter are ludicrous — evidently they never consulted Graeber on the nonexistence of barter societies.

Did “Ketchup” have anything to do with this?

— Doug

Though I would probably not be as insulting as Doug Henwood, he is right about the economic “planks.” As someone who is thoroughly versed in economic theory (from classical liberal-bourgeois to Keynesian to Marxist), I can safely say that the vast majority of the proposals about urban agriculture and so on are half-baked to nonsensical.

All of this is external to the actual contents of the document. I almost feel that I can’t begin addressing its problems. I don’t mean to demean the contributions of anyone who has helped to compose it; there are doubtless some valuable points and ideas in there, though they are few and far between. But even these tend to get lost amidst the general gobbledygook and feel-good nonsense that constitutes most of the document (e.g. “Facilitate the peaceful harmony of humanity’s religious, spiritual and existential traditions” — I can almost guarantee whoever wrote that doesn’t know what “existential” means).

I don’t know how to characterize the document other than as a shapeless blob. It’s unwieldy and hopelessly confused. Even within the space of a single sentence the thoughts utterly lose their coherence.  Contradictions, incompatible propositions, and baffling non sequiturs abound throughout the text. Reading through it is like a ticking cognitive dissonance time-bomb.

So what is this set of demands with my commentary in [red]:

Vision & Goals’ Liberty Square Blueprint

Full version on an editable (wiki) website. Please note that this is a starting point document and this is a living breathing document!: http://freenetworkmovement.org/commons/index.php?title=Liberty_Square_Blueprint


Hello World!

Hello world! – We of Liberty Plaza would like to thank the global population for the amazing outpouring of support and inspiration. Our original demand has been already met beyond our greatest hopes. We occupied Wall Street with the intent of bringing attention to an economic system that is detached from real human needs. In less than one month global solidarity and a global dialog [has emerged - never in the history of the world have all of the worlds citizations and cultures come together in an unidealogial movement like this [An un-ideological movement is a movement whose ideology is deliberately inchoate as we'll see in this document. Furthermore this is not new except in so much as global media technology breaks barriers to communication. I agree that the point of OWS is bring attention to an economic system detached from human need, although that is hardly a new sentiment. Still there is not much to object to yet except for the claim of no ideology).

We present the following living vision of our movement. It is one document among many that work together in focusing our occupation for the public and ourselves. The vision has ten foci with practical goals for New York City. Our goals are aimed at dissolving the effective "shadow government" [strictly speaking, is even a shadow government?] created by the corporations and banks, that literally surrounds Liberty Plaza and is destroying the American dream [the American dream seems to be a sign without a signified], and our planet Earth. We will not fight the shadow government [what do you think you are doing? If you ignore it, it will go away?  The seems to presume it needs you]. We will invent new ways of living – that will overcome our constructed dependence upon the shadow government [So Utopian socialist communes again?  We have tried that before]. We will invent the new economy, culture, and technology fitting of the Information Age [ from scratch?  Highly unlikely, but noble goals. Do you think all of the Occupy supports starting from square one? Now I wouldn't mind a total rupture, but this is nearly meaningless]. We will make New York City a metropolis built for the future [is that it?].

A few things must be said. Corporations do not make jobs – people make jobs [Deepity Alert. Corporations are made of people. Furthermore, people do jobs. You are still accepting the logic of capital]. Money does not support livelihood – our Earth supports livelihood [Fair point.  That would be standard commodity fetish theory and the illusion of product of value with the principles of currency]. The proprietary technology used to hijack and manipulate the human spirit [vague romantic rhetoric] into thinking otherwise no longer belongs to the shadow government – the technology belongs to us. Thus the following ten visions are more than feasible. Only one question remains: When will each goal be achieved? The answer to that depends on YOU [Nice rhetorical tactic. However, the goals have to be coherent to be feasible].

Purpose of Blueprint

Through this document we will explain our [as this is the production of a specific and somewhat small working group, who is the "our" here ] vision and corresponding concrete action for ourselves and for humanity.  We hope other regional people’s assemblies can create their own blueprints, centered on the future they envision, and structured around the most effective actions to achieve these visions [anarchistic federalism?  That's interesting actually].

Vision Blueprint 

Issues – nothing about governance Algonquin principles of peace [huh?] - Basis of American Constitution [Didn't you say something about a new way of organizing? I am confused]

  1. How can we build an empowered global society based on direct democracy? [Patience, time, and a massive communication network?]
    1. Fix local governing body and empower decentralized people’s assemblies to coordinate actions and goals [I thought you were creating a system outside of currently existing local governance without fighting?  Are you reforming, revolting, or replacing?  This is unclear]
  2. How will we emancipate ourselves from centralized financial systems? [Centralized financial systems are not the only oppressive fiscal system.   Chattel slavery, after all, was a decentralized affair].
  3. How will we create an economy in harmony with nature? [Well, nature is the totality of all that is, therefore anything that exists is in harmony with nature.  Furthermore, biological systems are not peaceful equilibrium generators.  This is a problematic notion.  The animal world is violent and constantly influx.] What will it look like? [To envision something, it has to be meaningful]
  4. How will we create free paradigm-shifting education the whole human family? [huh?]
  5. How will we change our business structures and culture to place people and our Earth before profit? [Give up the notion of profit and adopt a steady-state economic structure that grows only with the population and distributes that relatively equally through non-monetary means]
  6. How will we free our media to place truth before advertising? [Assume control of the means of production.]
  7. How will we eliminate all discrimination and prejudice? [Good question.]
  8. How will we define the human family’s liberties from the grass roots up? [How will you ask a question that has understandable syntax]
  9. How will we harmonize the human family’s religious and existential traditions? [You won't. Religious ideologies are not all the same and can be homogenized that way. I suppose you can make everyone materially sufficient and they'll probably abandon a good bit of it themselves]
  10. How can we answer these questions with solutions owned by all? [Socialize the means of production. Okay, that's not what you mean. I am not sure I understand this question the more I ponder it.]
  1. What future could we make with a global, decentralized, and self-organized movement governed through direct democracy? [Good question]
  2. What could we build if freed from the banks that own us? [Good question. Functionally probably everything you have now]
  3. What dignity could we enjoy if we placed people before profit? [Begging the question]
  4. What could an economy in harmony with nature produce?
  5. What ills could we cure by caring for our whole human family?
  6. What could free and universal education teach our children? [Free and universal education?  Universal as in mandatory? Universal as the same for each? Universal as in what exactly?  This is reading like a mixture of anarchist, Marxist, and liberal buzz words without proper context]
  7. What dialogue could we foster if our media placed truth before advertising? [Haven't you already posited this question]
  8. What communities could we build if we freed ourselves from discrimination and prejudice?
  9. What freedom could we discover if we established liberties from the bottom up? [You don't establish liberties. You either have them or you don't.]
  10. What depth of understanding could we share by harmonizing our spiritual traditions? [You aren't going to harmonize our spiritual traditions.  They ask different questions and give different answers. How about pushing beyond our spiritual traditions? Or at least rendering them beyond public policy]
  11. What could heal if we ended all war?
  12. How can we answer these questions with solutions owned by all?
    1. Facilitating the growth of local movements for direct, organic [as in made of carbon?], participatory consensus-based [I am getting buzz word fatigue] democracy through transparent, iterative design.
    2. Studying ourselves [studying ourselves is nice, but studying the relevant history to keep you from being incredibly a-historical would be nice] and other local occupations to find more ideal models of consensus building, decision making and coordinating [history is your friend]
    3. Coordinating across local and regional people’s assemblies for deeper impact.
    4. Encouraging each occupation to focus on their local economic, cultural and political assets - as we
      1. Make NYC a functioning focal point for other people’s assemblies to dissolve and overcome secret government rooted in Manhattan [You have to overcome MUST more than your "Secret" government in Manhattan. Or have you forgotten the rest of the world has stock exchanges?]
  1. Implement FLO (free libre open-source) solutions for everything [the entire world is not a computer program] - by
    1. Every bullet point vision described herein shall be supported and implemented through non proprietary technology and methods
    2. Expand people’s knowledge of open-source beyond computers to all technology from tractors to currencies [open source currency? Do you know what the function of currency is? It is not just a medium of exchange. It is a store of value and symbol for labor.  Open source currency is a terrible idea. Furthermore, this isn't that radical] - as we
      1. Make NYC the Open Source Silicon Alley [that requires silicon which is not yet an open source, post-scarce mineral]
  2. Create an economy in harmony with nature - by
    1. Researching, developing and implementing economic models that pursue thriving, abundant and prosperous outcomes for humanity and life – growing beyond the dichotomy of unsustainable and sustainable development [this is meaningless.  Something can be BEYOND sustainable or unsustainable. Not all binaries are bad. You've read too many cliff notes on Derrida].  These economic models must be based on sound ethical assumptions and observed  individual and market behavior through behavioral economics and econometrics [Did you open a text book on cutting edge economics and just list buzz words. What kind of econometrics are you talking about?  Statistics will set us free?  This is oddly like it was written by someone in either the Venus Project or kicked out of Technocracy Inc for not listening to Howard Scott's lectures close enough.]
    2. Implementing and improving community currencies, barter, sharing, and trade systems Building the support and precedence for local and large scale production of renewable energy and food resources [community currencies are a terrible idea.  Barter systems have never been discovered, all prior economies to monetarized ones were based on gifts and/or subsistence]
    3. Eliminating financial/resource speculation that supports the current economy at the expense of future generations [That's a necessary part of capitalism.  You have to be more clear and more ambitious/]
    4. Learning from and empowering [when activist and corporate board rooms both like a jargon word, it's meaningless] indigenous people in the transition to an economy in harmony with nature [noble savage, anyone? I respect the need to recognize Native Peoples and the wrongs done them, but this is almost perverse in it's Romantic idealization.] - as we
      1. Make NYC a pioneer of urban farming [elitist, inefficient, and cannot feed large communities], renewable energy, grass roots [signs without signifieds!!!] urban/rural exchange, quantitative [so economics that involve numbers? That's a departure] economic policy and indigenous leadership [while I am all about indigenous peoples, but why should anyone be a leader just because of their racial category?  Inverting a bad paradigm is still being a slave to that paradigm]
  3. Create paradigm-shifting education [No more Kuhn for you] (emancipating global citizens from exploitative, community-destroying consumer culture) – by
    1. Empowering community values [which community values and how do you empower values, reification fallacy much? Both in the logical sense and in the Marxist sense of that term], engagement, and critical autonomous thought
    2. Empowering [meaningless word] our local people’s assemblies working groups with free educational materials for apprenticeship and skill-sharing [a.k.a. medieval guild education]- as we
      1. Make NYC a top supporter  [lots of localist jingoism here. City-states, we like city states. That worked out so well for medieval Italy or ancient Greece] of public space for community action.
  4. Re-appropriate our business structures [I am not normally one to quote Jesus to invoke marx, but you can't pour new wine into old wine skins] and culture , putting people and our Earth before profit [before profit? Perhaps abandoning the notion of profit as value altogether would be useful]- by
    1. Supporting and organizing with entities that serve community
    2. Coordinating demands of local, national and global people’s assemblies to eliminate outdated corporate systems that are out of line with people and nature [You're going to do this WITHOUT fighting them as you said above?  Do you guys actually read each others suggestions as you were drafting this?] - the most egregious exploiters of human and natural capitol [but by far not the only exploiters. Dare to look capitalism in the face] - as we [long string of buzz words which seem more profound than they are.  Nothing that exists is out of line with "nature." 
      1. Make NYC the Mecca [Bad reference.  Furthermore, localist jingoism again] for innovative community based organizational entities like L3C, not-for profit, NGO, charities etc. [These organizations only make sense in a capitalist framework in which they are an alternative to something. In a truly emancipated society, they would not be necessary in that form.  These goals and visions are going wildly back and forth between anarchist, normal liberal,Social Democrat Marxist-lite, and Linux convention rhetoric]
  5. Re-appropriate our media culture, putting truth over advertizing and sensation [which this document has done so much work on]- by
    1. Ensure diversity of perspectives [by educating people and allowing them to form their own opinions] and entertainment through promoting diverse community media as an alternative to conglomerate-corporate media – as we
      1. Make NYC a thriving ecosystem [stop mixing your metaphors please.] of community news and entertainment supported by the people
  6. Define and defend humanity’s inalienable rights [if rights were inalienable you would not have to defend or define them] from the bottom up
    1. Defending the commonly discussed rights to clean water, healthy food, safe shelter, health care
    2. Pioneering the emerging right to free network communication technology (the People’s Internets) [This is a right?  It's a good idea, but a right? ]
      1. Make NYC the most progressive city for the chronically homeless.
      2. Make NYC a leader of the People’s Internets** [You already said that]
  7. End all war – by
    1. Stopping the false War on Terror at home and abroad, used to support the military industrial complex [you mean the capital-state complex? I mean you can be more board here than Dwight Eisenhower] and citizen surveillance/control
    2. Stopping the false War on Drugs, used to support the prison/pharmaceutical industrial complex
    3. Stopping the age of oil, which is really a disguised War on Life [while fossil fuels are highly problematic.  However, until you have something better you don't have many  options] that poisons our land, water and bodies – as we
      1. Make NYC a stronghold of peace
  8. Eliminate all discrimination and prejudice – by
    1. Empowering [You REALLY like this word] marginalized people to express themselves, build community, and engage systemic/cultural discrimination [engage with or engage in. How about fight it outright.]
    2. Educating people with privilege about how they can overcome overt and unconscious discrimination/prejudice. [Or you can end it.]
    3. Balancing [balancing what?]
    4. Protect the human rights of anyone living or working in America, independent of their legal status – as we
      1. Make NYC a more celebrated place of diversity  that lives up to its Melting Pot reputation [You know that melting pot refers to the melting all into one color: white.   If you are going to use lame, trite multi-cultural metaphors, then perhaps you should get them correct.]
  9. Harmonize humanity’s religious, spiritual and existential traditions [this sentence is non-cognitive] - by
    1. Creating the space for all people to respectfully and collaboratively worship [what if they don't want to collaboratively worship since they don't believe in the same God or demi-god], discuss, and explore religious and nonreligious topics [so a Roman Forum?] - as we
      1. Make NYC a hub for harmonious religious, spiritual and non-religious practice [I don't even know how to mock this]
  10. Emancipate the world’s communities from centralized banking systems [Because decentralized banking is SO much more stable.  Look up what happened to the economy when Andrew Jackson stopped the development of a national bank.  Furthermore, don't look it up from a Ron Paul website]
    1. Transitioning the IMF and World Bank into transparent, publically owned and operated entities [or abolish them.  They aren't necessary.]
    2. Ending the Federal Reserve Bank and replacing it with an accountable, decentralized, transparent and publically owned financial system [You have read too much Ron Paul.  The Federal Reserve bank is a problem, but it is not a problem that is unique in history. ]
    3. Freezing all home foreclosures until new financial systems are established and operating [You haven't even proposed a new financial system or systems]
    4. Cop brutality, women’s issues, accountability [This is a side-note?]

List of Goals and Corollary Actions

  • Make NYC a functioning focal point for other people’s assemblies to dissolve and overcome the shadow government of big banks and corporations that is embedded here [More localism]
    • Develop an open source DIY Occupation kit for other occupations to reference and build upon.[You guys have spent entirely too much time at Linux conventions and on wikis.  You confuse technology with ideology]
    • Build the independent communications technology to coordinate occupations throughout the US and globe
  • Make NYC the Open Source Silicon Alley
    • Host an open source developers hackathon in a secret location to find the most intelligent and driven technologists most capable of dissolving the shadow government and building the new community development structures. [This is sounds like Anon possible war with the Mexican drug cartels that didn't happen.  Hackathons are not politics.]
  • Make NYC a pioneer of urban farming, renewable energy, grass roots urban/rural exchange, ethical and evidenced-based economics and indigenous leadership [You have already said this and I have already critiqued it.]
    • Develop strong resource flows between upstate farms and the occupation [How are you going to do that efficiently? You know we abandoned feudal farming and the city-state for a reason.  But you'd have to know human developmental history for that, wouldn't you.]
    • Use Occupy Wall Street as a platform to launch community-based green economy solutions that lift people out of poverty and restore our Earth
    • Pilot community currencies, barter, sharing, and local trade systems [as if that has never been tried before.]
    • Make Liberty Square carbon neutral
  • Make NYC a thriving ecosystem of community news, entertainment, and information-sharing supported by the people [You have already said this. Brevity is useful as is coherence]
    • Broadcast the first Occupy Wall Street TV channel with news, live stream, shows, Q&A and entertainment
    • Make NYC a leader of the People’s Internets [Internet IMPERIALISM]
  • Make NYC a top supporter of public space for community action
    • Support the independent occupations of every borough in NYC.
    • Expand the occupation beyond outdoor spaces to indoor ones. 
  • Make NYC the Mecca [are we going to have to a tax for not subscribing to the local cult] for innovative community based organizational entities like L3C, not-for profit, NGO, charities etc  [see point above]
  • Make NYC the most progressive city for the chronically homeless
  • Make NYC a stronghold of pacifism [War metaphors for pacificism.  Look up Derek Jensen my friend.]
    • Support neighborhood peace and safe community initiatives [community policing is not particularly new]
  • Make NYC a place that celebrates and respects diversity and lives up to its Melting Pot reputation [As in makes everyone white. You know I can tell very few historically aware "minorities" were involved in the drafting of this document]
  • Make NYC a hub for harmonious religious, spiritual and non-religious practice [this is not a coherent goal as I have pointed out THREE TIMES]

Amendment Process

We will create a reddit-based forum online to elicit ideas for amendments and to vote on those ideas for adoption.  In order to propose an amendment, a forum user must first vote on at least one popular and two random ideas from the forum. Users may post and vote with a public identity, masked identity, or anonymously.  A small fraction of the most popular posts, based on votes, will be presented to the General Assembly, where they will be officially considered as amendments or edits to the current version.[The constitution of incoherence as radified by Reddit users]

Archiving Process

The Blueprint will live in two online version.  The first is the Official Non-Editable Wiki, which will have previous versions archived for the public.  The second is an Unofficial Sandbox Wiki for the public to freely engage, edit, and experiment with.  We predict that the Unofficial Sandbox version will yield very interesting and possibly sourced for amendments.


You know, this is almost convincing counter-propaganda as if it was satire on OWS. Good thing that does represent the General Assembly.   This is a mixture of impossible goals, tacit acceptance of a lot of the status quo, and an unwillingness to be revolutionary in the true sense.

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Posted on November 9, 2011, in Left-turn, news, Philosophy and Politics and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Brilliant work, as I noted on Facebook. This version of the Blueprint is actually a more refined draft of the original. Here is the more comprehensive original “working notes” for the Blueprint. You will find that there is even much more nonsense in that document.

    In other news, did you see that Haseeb Ahmed from Platypus interviewed Žižek for The Platypus Review? It should be coming out in the next couple months.

    Also, if I can recommend a very good website of a Marxist and philosophy student with whom I’ve been dialoguing, check out Reid Kotlas’ The Luxemburgist. It hasn’t been updated in a while, and he and I originally debated about the compatibility of Luxemburg and Lenin, but he’s an incredibly sharp guy.

  2. I had heard about the Zizek interview, and I am excited. Also Mike Ely from Kasama and doing another presentation in conjunction with Platypus (I always enjoy with Platypus inter-acts with Kasama as intellectually and activistically, those are view interesting groups.) Dear Gods, there is more Goals and Vision nonsense?

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