Our sentiments exactly. People are catching on. Watch and listen to the clarity of Russell Brand and the absolute confusion of the interviewer who can’t seem to think outside the box in which he’s been placed. We’ve all been placed there and there are rote social institutions to make sure we stay inside that box. Voting is one of the primary issues addressed here. Russell brilliantly (in our humble opinion) explains that voting is a way to keep us passive — we vote and then say “Hooray, *now* my interests are finally being represented… I’ll go back to what I was doing” or “Oh well, maybe next time… I’ll go back to what I was doing.” Or “Well, I voted for the lesser evil, that’s the best I could do… I’ll go back to what I was doing.” Russell hopes that there are options, that there are better ways of doing things. At Nonviolence United, we *know* there are options; we *know* there are better ways of doing things. It all begins with the choices you make every day. Every one of your consumer choices helped build the world we live in today and every choice, from this moment forward will help build the world of tomorrow. Live your values, change the world.

All one.
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