I think this movement should include international outreach and here's why:
- Many policies that solidify inside the U.S. end up exported all over the world
- Up until the Bush Junta, U.N and U.S. forces closely monitored elections in "emerging democracies." (Of course that didn't include the CIA going in to prematurely rid a variety of nations of their leaders so that individuals more amenable to Pax Americana and the WTO could take their places).
Many people are oblivious to what the Page and Gilens Study, added to Citizens United prove. They essentially make voters/citizens invisible.
Add the implications of the above to the obvious controls placed on the current election process, and what it should say to the world is that U.S. citizens are as much under Occupation as are the citizens in Iraq or Afghanistan.
The major difference is drones are not used inside the Homeland and the illusion of plenitude still exists.
A majority of citizens back Bernie Sanders. But the machinations of the corporate media, the deceptive vote counts (in N.Y. and Arizona, that we know of), and the Democracy-denying super-delegate numbers all foreclose on the WILL of the governed to, in its place, institute that candidate who will be most deferential to Big Business Interests and the War Department.
The rest if Hollywood, smoke and mirrors, and Vichy style democracy. In other words, a FRAUD.
The more people who speak out--and better yet, share this experience on a global basis through the Internet--the faster it will be universally recognized that the U.S. has CEASED to be a Democracy.
What is done by elites does not comport with the will of the governed.
Heck, with monstrosities like Monsanto deciding what the public can and will eat and what they will know about what they are eating, while all manner of deregulation SERIOUSLY impairs the health and safety of community after community...
As the song goes, "This is not America." Not the nation I was born to!
A deep state has engineered a silent coup and those who run things could care less about the safety, health, or security of those inside "the Homeland."