Tuesday, May 29, 2012
The World Tomorrow
On The World Tomorrow, Julian Assange interviews Occupy organizers from London and New York about the evolution of the social challenge to the Free-Market planetary bureaucracy. Catalyzed by the global financial crisis, citizen media is now pushing the dialogue about the rule of law and the institutional panic over the outbreak of unmediated communication taking place in public spaces around the world. As Occupy evolves into organic political structures to effect the changes expressed in its demonstrations and assemblies, facilitating the human need to communicate face to face might have surprising consequences for the world tomorrow.