Occupy your local member’s office and discuss how the mentally ill can get the help they need.
Occupy a soup kitchen and use your labour to give the homeless that we do have, a hot nutritious meal.
Occupy a dinner party and explain the scope and substance of our “refugee crisis” to your friends in clear, respectful language.
Occupy a talkback radio station for 5 minutes on the phone, and ask the shock jock why it’s a bad thing for the government to make polluting more expensive for companies.
A very thoughtful article in the wake of the global trend to #OccupySomewhere, particularly after today’s Occupy Melbourne protests. And no, it’s not a show of solidarity to our US counterparts.