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Political movements don’t die; they just fade away.
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If they refuse to conform to being a legitimate political sub-party, they will fade away.
But they want a leader-less organization.  It's more "democratic" or something.  To me it sounds like a body without a head.
State security organizations frequently target activist groups like Occupy for decapitation attacks, under the supposition that the leaders represent the greatest threat to the status quo. Occupy is just a memeset. Other organizations that have more formal structures will have to come into being to make more directed political change.
Let me just say I've been  closely involved with the movement's movers and shakers since the beginning, last September. I calls it like I sees it.
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