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Wall Street Closed Because Protesters Occupy It For Democracy (09/17/2011)
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People protsts OCCUPYWALLSTREET USDOR Wall Street Closed For Democracy TakeWallStreet America


History has proven..when the college students start peacefully protesting, and they have a right to, we ALL do..that its getting close to a revolution, a change. We need these young people to jump start us! they are our future, and they want their rights..what's wrong with that? I AGREE WHOLEHEARTEDLY WITH THEM!!! We need a change. Wake up sheeple!!


Why do people think this nation is a democracy? Democracy is where 51% of the people take away the rights of the other 49%. This nation is a Republic, do your research. When asked what he had given us Benjamin Franklin stated: " A Republic...if you can keep it."


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10 comments:

  1. Occupy Chattanooga


    Solidarity with the #OccupyWallStreet protest from Chattanooga! Description First meeting : Friday, Octover 7th, 6 PM Miller Park, Downtown Chattanooga 850 Market St Find us on twitter! @OccupyCHA Contact: OccupyCHA@gmail.com Occupy Wall Street: https://occupywallst.org/ October 6 (Washington DC) http://october2011.org/ October 15: GLOBAL ht...tp://15october.net/ For all the listings: http://occupytogether.org/ Occupy Wall Street is leaderless resistance movement with people of many colors, genders and political persuasions. The one thing we all have in common is that We Are The 99% that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%. The original call for this occupation was published by Adbusters in July; since then, many individuals across the country have stepped up to organize this event, such as the people of the NYC General Assembly and US Day of Rage. There'll also be similar occupations in the near future such as October2011 in Freedom Plaza, Washington D.C.See More


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  2. THE BIRTH OF A NEW GROUP.... WELCOME CHATTANOOGA ON THE OCCASION OF OUR CELEBRATION 35,000



    Bev Occupywallst Richey
    THE BIRTH OF A NEW GROUP.... WELCOME CHATTANOOGA ON THE OCCASION OF OUR CELEBRATION 35,000 AND DO LOVE THAT ADBUSTERS FLAG.. The NO LOGO Nation.... thank you Chattanooga and welcome...

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  3. General Assembly Minutes 9/27/11 7pm | NYC General Assembly



    General Assembly Minutes 9/27/11 7pm | NYC General Assembly


    General Assembly Minutes 9/27/11 7pm

    Posted on September 28, 2011 by Drew

    Meeting Notes PM GA – 09/27/11

    Formal Announcement***




    HIGHLIGHTS.......





    "In light of occupy philidelphia – I’ve been worked with improptue working group If you want to be part of this new working group, meet us after GA. WE want to talk about spreading movement to other occupied cities. Possible DC march or occupation.






    I am going up in the following weeks to help set up occupy Boston. And want to start writing a manifesto if you will for how to set up GA s to plan for occupations. If interested, or any of the committes that are related, I want to speak to you.






    Demands:

    "We are going to go through a participatory process to develop these demands and visions together. It is very important that all voices are heard and we tried our best to make a process that includes all kinds of people equally. We should look at these demands as a way to include more ideas, not limit ideas, so that more people can find there home in this movement – we acknowledge that some people really want no demands at all. Its important for the sake of this movement to have some demands and visions voiced. But in the process we will continue to record that there are people who what no demands. So this process will include people who do not want demands. This process is important for outreach – so we can invite people from different communities, so we can amplify their demands – so that liberty plaza can become a place to discuss restructuring society. We can add demands as this movement progresses. A lot of people cannot be here – so we will have other ways for people to participate. "

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  4. This struggle is global! This occupation is alive! | OncThis struggle is global! This occupation is alive! | Once, Again




    On the world-historical importance of living occupation as a method of struggle.

    Share this with anyone and everyone in any form. Put it up anywhere and everywhere. Translate it into other languages. Most importantly, stay strong brothers and sisters!

    http://11again.wordpress.com/2011/09/29/this-struggle-is-global-this-occupation-is-alive/




    This struggle is global! This occupation is alive!
    ‎11again.wordpress.com
    The nature of this struggle is inevitably, unavoidably, indivisibly global. No longer do we have the luxury of thinking that there is such a thing as domestic politics. No longer do we have the lux...

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  5. "Like our brothers...ReykjavikGrapevine



    "Like our brothers...

    https://www.facebook.com/OccupyWallSt/posts/157633734327909?notif_t=like#!/ReykjavikGrapevine/posts/211371502261893?cmntid=211379022261141&notif_t=comment_mention

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  6. When I woke up this morning, I thought "Wow - that was crazy - I dreamt a revolution was starting and I went down to Denver to help." Then I saw my Facebook & Twitter and remembered it's real. Occupy Denver Occupy Wall St. Occupy Together

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  7. US Uncut
    The finest journalism I've seen yet about Occupy Wall St.

    "If the police think we’ll go home just because they’re making things difficult, then the police don’t know how difficult things are at home. I’m eating better here, with all the donations and stuff. Back in 2008, I was so depressed that I wanted to kill myself. The only thing that stopped me was I couldn’t figure out how to do it without hurting my family."

    This is happening right now in our country, and around the world. Get to Wall Street, or find an occupation near you at occupytogether.org

    13 Ways To Look at the Occupation of Wall Street | This Can't Be Happening
    www.thiscantbehappening.net
    ‎1) I had brunch on Sunday in Chinatown with a friend who works in local television news. He complained that the Occupy Wall Street people had sent over video that they said showed demonstrators getting maced. It didn’t show any such thing, my friend insisted. After brunch I walked over to occupied Z.

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  8. An Emergency Program for Anti-Wall Street Protestors: Don’t Let Soros Hijack the Movement
    www.houstonfreethinkers.com
    Political mass strike dynamics have been at work in the United States since the Wisconsin and Ohio mobilizations of February and March. Now, there are demonstrations in lower Manhattan and Boston specifically directed against the Wall Street banks. Another protest demonstration is scheduled for Wash

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  9. What's Behind the Scorn for the Wall Street Protests? | Common Dreams
    by Glenn Greenwald

    "But for those who believe that protests are only worthwhile if they translate into quantifiable impact: the lack of organizational sophistication or messaging efficacy on the part of the Wall Street protest is a reason to support it and get involved in it, not turn one's nose up at it and join in the media demonization. That's what one actually sympathetic to its messaging (rather than pretending to be in order more effectively to discredit it) would do. Anyone who looks at mostly young citizens marching in the street protesting the corruption of Wall Street and the harm it spawns, and decides that what is warranted is mockery and scorn rather than support, is either not seeing things clearly or is motivated by objectives other than the ones being presented."

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  10. Glenn Greenwald was previously a constitutional law and civil rights litigator in New York. He is the author of the New York Times Bestselling book "How Would a Patriot Act?," a critique of the Bush administration's use of executive power, released in May 2006. His second book, "A Tragic Legacy", examines the Bush legacy. His next book is titled "With Liberty and Justice for Some: How the Law Is Used to Destroy Equality and Protect the Powerful."

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