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Mayor Bloomberg gives "O.K." to Anonymous protesters..

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posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:36 AM
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I heard on today's radio news (1010 wins, NYC) that Bloomberg has said something along the lines that if the economy does not improve, that soon there could be rioting in the streets just like in other middle-eastern countries.

I do not have a link, nor do I know how to post a link, but I heard it a few minutes ago on the radio.

Time to prepare........ The writing has been on the wall for years, Bloomey now is able to read it, or at least acknowledge its existence.

Intersting times are a coming....

-E2




posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:36 AM
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Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by muzzleflash
 


Janitors are not "lowly".

We are respectful, productive members of the working class in this country!


My personal belief is that the 'dirty job' workers should be the highest paid section of society since they are the most productive and useful. Without them we would have no society at all.

Cleaning a toilet should demand the highest pay, in comparison to playing with numbers and filling out some paperwork. I believe that pay should be based on how hard the job is, not on today's current backwards paradigm where the hardest workers get the lowest pay which is a total travesty.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 09:43 AM
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I agree, along with all the care assistants caring for the elderly and dying, refuse collectors, street sweepers and all the other jobs which are hard work, looked down on and ridiculously low paid.

Namaste



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 10:00 AM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash
A good example would be the hacking of PayPal.


I was on anonops IRC during the Mubarak coup. Anonymous most of the time are dupes, sadly. They are primarily a youth movement, which means that they are just as naive and subject to external manipulation, as any other youth group. They have a lot of passion, but there's no screening at all; they accept literally anyone who wants to join.

There are two main warning signs to look for, when determining whether a revolution is organic, or NWO astroturf.

a] Does the group's ideology emphasise locality? If it does, good. If, however, it views itself as a chapter of any organisation that is not based in the country itself, then that is bad.

b] Is "democracy," the only governmental option on the table? If so, bad. It was immediately assumed in Afghanistan, for example, that constitutional democracy was the only form of government that would be discussed, even though in that case, some sort of tribal republic (given the existing scenario with the warlords) probably would have worked a lot better. Karzai has been an extremely blatant NWO shill from the beginning.

Likewise in Egypt, before the coup was even over, you had Muhammed El Baradei offering out of the goodness of his heart, to lead a transitional government, until the inevitable "democracy," would be installed. Given that Egypt is an 80% Islamic country, Western democracy probably wouldn't be their first choice for a governmental model. They're more likely to want an Islamic monarchy, with Sharia as the legal system. To us as Westerners, that might be repugnant; but because we're not Egyptians, that isn't the point.

The point is that the people who live in a country, should be the ones to decide how said country is governed. If that means anarchy made up of smaller tribal republics, so be it. If it means an Islamic caliphate or Sultanate, then again, so be it.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 10:08 AM
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we're having a nice weather here



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 10:27 AM
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Originally posted by petrus4

Likewise in Egypt, before the coup was even over, you had Muhammed El Baradei offering out of the goodness of his heart, to lead a transitional government, until the inevitable "democracy," would be installed. Given that Egypt is an 80% Islamic country, Western democracy probably wouldn't be their first choice for a governmental model. They're more likely to want an Islamic monarchy, with Sharia as the legal system. To us as Westerners, that might be repugnant; but because we're not Egyptians, that isn't the point.

The point is that the people who live in a country, should be the ones to decide how said country is governed. If that means anarchy made up of smaller tribal republics, so be it. If it means an Islamic caliphate or Sultanate, then again, so be it.


You bring up an excellent point in my estimation.

I would like to show you some information that may cause you to feel validated in your assertions.

This thread I wrote during the Egypt protests

It reveals some very controversial yet factual information about El Baradei, which I believe reveals him to be a "NWO puppet" if you will. However this information was totally overlooked and ignored, or downplayed and assumed inconsequential. I must stress though, there is a high probability that membership within a prestigious order is not easy to come by, and only the big players can make it.

Also, for a philosophical debate about the theory of government that I brought up at the time may also prove valuable to look over. This discussion proved to be very productive, and I highly suggest anyone take a look through at all the wonderful posters who contributed to it.
This thread I wrote during the revolt



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 10:28 AM
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Is there any live camera feeds that we can watch? Sorry for the one line but it would be cool to watch. I know there's a webcam for time square, but is there one for wall street?



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 10:42 AM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash

Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by muzzleflash
 


Janitors are not "lowly".

We are respectful, productive members of the working class in this country!


My personal belief is that the 'dirty job' workers should be the highest paid section of society since they are the most productive and useful. Without them we would have no society at all.

Cleaning a toilet should demand the highest pay, in comparison to playing with numbers and filling out some paperwork. I believe that pay should be based on how hard the job is, not on today's current backwards paradigm where the hardest workers get the lowest pay which is a total travesty.


i was going to reply to your last post, star btw, but since you posted this one i had to.

here we have public bathrooms with huge amounts of people going in and out and they are clean.

i mean the chinese holes in the floor toilets. (have no idea how to use them)! lol!

these people should get medals too, for cleaning up after some idiots i have had the misfortune to walk in right after they have made a mess.

it's not like a 5 star hotel attendant with hot towels, cologne and scented soap.

these are on the street.

there are a couple places i frequent and i will "tip" them, just because i feel like they are taken for granted.

i always paid my cleaners above average.


you keep me clean and you will not be crapped on by anyone.

i know how other employees will take advantage. i don't allow it.

i'm in the restaurant biz.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 10:48 AM
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could you please get a grip? the way you talk, if Obama replaced a roll of toilet paper you'd say it was rolling the wrong way. you should look into that saying "the lady doth protest too much". I think you possibly have a weird mancrush on our Prez. or maybe you're just some kind of sick, twisted stalker. either way, your comments are getting old.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 10:48 AM
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Originally posted by fooks


these people should get medals too, for cleaning up after some idiots i have had the misfortune to walk in right after they have made a mess.

it's not like a 5 star hotel attendant with hot towels, cologne and scented soap.

these are on the street.

there are a couple places i frequent and i will "tip" them, just because i feel like they are taken for granted.

i always paid my cleaners above average.


you keep me clean and you will not be crapped on by anyone.

i know how other employees will take advantage. i don't allow it.

i'm in the restaurant biz.


Very good post Fooks. You offer us a great idea, let's tip these hard workers for going above and beyond when we all know their job sucks and it's extremely difficult work.

I have a deep respect for what you are trying to accomplish, and I want you to know that your efforts are not ignored. Such small actions can change the course of someones life, and give them a reason to get up tomorrow and keep at it.

That's what I call making the world a better place. If only more people would look at the world this way, it would certainly be a easier place to live within.

Four thumbs up for that buddy.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 11:10 AM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash
I would like to show you some information that may cause you to feel validated in your assertions.


Given my degree of narcissism, I generally do have a fairly strong conviction that I'm right; but I'm always open to additional corroboration of such...so thanks.


This thread I wrote during the Egypt protests


It reveals some very controversial yet factual information about El Baradei, which I believe reveals him to be a "NWO puppet" if you will.


Yes, Baradei is an NWO shill, as mentioned. Aside from his Order of the Nile affiliation, he has also been associated with the UN.


This thread I wrote during the revolt


It is absolutely true that the only form of legitimacy that any government ever has, is a monopoly on physical violence. That is, the fact that they nearly always have a larger number of men with guns than you do, and they therefore have the ability to kill you if you don't do what they want.

My enduring passion where America in particular is concerned, is the idea that I or someone else, might one day enlighten the Americans to this fact. Unfortunately, many of them labour under the delusion that their Executive branch in particular, has some kind of magical, inherent legitimacy.
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posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 11:48 AM
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Originally posted by LooksLikeWeMadeIt
reply to post by beezzer
 


could you please get a grip? the way you talk, if Obama replaced a roll of toilet paper you'd say it was rolling the wrong way. you should look into that saying "the lady doth protest too much". I think you possibly have a weird mancrush on our Prez. or maybe you're just some kind of sick, twisted stalker. either way, your comments are getting old.


Beez is only stating the obvious. Obama, his master, and his czars and their insane regulations are whats "getting old"!

The regime/gang/bullies/thugs are the one's who seem to passionately insist to know what's best for us, when what they profess is just the opposite of what they want and their actions speak louder than words. The Queen is correct.

The quote below is from Senator Marco Rubio from an email I received yesterday.


I am also concerned about the unprecedented increase in federal regulations imposed on Florida from Washington, D.C. For example, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is moving forward with a variety of new, top down mandates that will act as a national energy tax and hurt the economy in the process. In total, the Administration has added over 50,000 new pages of regulations to the books this year alone, forcing employers to focus on government paperwork – not on creating jobs at a time when unemployment remains above nine percent.

bolding mine

The community organizer and his rich socialist manipulators are the one's who need to be silenced and pulled out of our homes, wallets, bodies, automobiles, jobs, our unalienable rights.

It's Bloomberg's turn to feed the machine and the reactors/mob are starving. They can try to cause chaos and fear and a tighter police-state but they will always fail, always. DTOM!


edit on 17-9-2011 by sweetliberty because: Pass the bill so the mob leaders can gain more power and control over us.... bad slaves, submit or else we will throw tantrums.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 12:05 PM
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Originally posted by LooksLikeWeMadeIt
reply to post by beezzer
 


could you please get a grip? the way you talk, if Obama replaced a roll of toilet paper you'd say it was rolling the wrong way. you should look into that saying "the lady doth protest too much". I think you possibly have a weird mancrush on our Prez. or maybe you're just some kind of sick, twisted stalker. either way, your comments are getting old.

Another Obama defender.
What's the matter?
Don't like the truth?



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 12:10 PM
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This is strange to me since I had just heard

www.dailymail.co.uk...


Mayor Bloomberg today warned there will be widespread rioting on the streets if more jobs are not created.


He know something we don't?

Agent provacateurs are nothing new, who is to say that a riot in massive scale couldn't be ignited by the occupation of Wall St.?



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 01:39 PM
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They need to stop making protests or rioting, and just storm into the stock exchange and wall street and burn it down. PERIOD!

You don't need to do anything else than what I said above.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 01:45 PM
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Do they have a plan of action, an organizational structure? Has anyone started setting up tents and food yet?



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 01:54 PM
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Originally posted by yourmaker
This is strange to me since I had just heard

www.dailymail.co.uk...


Mayor Bloomberg today warned there will be widespread rioting on the streets if more jobs are not created.


He know something we don't?

Agent provacateurs are nothing new, who is to say that a riot in massive scale couldn't be ignited by the occupation of Wall St.?


yourmaker, you would also know, with the Olympics protest fiascos - wasn't there a burning police car photo there, too? And of course the latest Stanley Cup non-win post-game failure...

Its perfectly plausible to consider agents will be planted.
We've seen it countless times before.
Whats the picture you see associated with the large protests anywhere in the world?
Its the "police car on fire" routine.

I recall at the G20 demonstrations in TO, watching a video or 3 of amateur video on an outdated police car being parked and abandoned in the middle of a crowd, then some oddly-violent folks stepped in - seemed out of character with the crowd-- and bashed the crap out of it, then set it on fire.

That was the photo that ran in the national dailies and the tv "news" reports.
It was then we began noticing the same brand of photo accompanied MSM coverage of protests internationally.

Then there's the SPP protest and those agents-- its all in the boots and violence instigated:


Having all those tens of thousands of people contained in one area.. sounds like an instant and easy form of containment camps to me.

edit on 17-9-2011 by ItsEvolutionBaby because: note to yourmaker



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 03:37 PM
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First off, what happen in Egypt was in no way a riot, but a successful peaceful revolution.
I think that part of the reason Egypt had a successful uprising as it did, is because it has a mandatory conscription for all males between the ages of 18 to 30. If you remember that during the protest there were a large number of military and police who sided on the protestors part, in a form of a semi-neutral stance against the orders for a curfew. Where as it is here, in America, our Armed Forces are made up of volunteers, and I can tell you as a former member that the outlook on "Civilians" could be seen as a little dehumanizing and that we the Armed Forced are above them.

I do not believe that the military is full of trigger happy manics, i do know that there are many that want to uphold their oaths to protect the Constitution. There is an organisation called Oath Keepers, full of many men and women of both the Armed Forced and police that believe fully in the Constitution. If you are in the military please look into this.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 03:51 PM
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Originally posted by UniverSoul
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nothings going to change unless its a violent uprising.
it seems bad but if its directed at the people who have been ruining this world for decades then its justified


No need for violence, My friend. IF We spread the awareness that electrogravitics is held in black ops, and IF We then call, in virtual unison for the release of that technology, We can flood the world with energy, making the cost of living for every One of Us ever lower until it reaches a point that None have to work, but One's work for the Betterment earns One social currency. Yes, We give up power over Others, but in return, We each gain complete control of what We choose to do - within three Laws.

Do We, as a whole fear this .1% of Humans who are Our true criminals THAT badly that We will cling to the sinking ship that energy scarcity and the control (ever more fascist) that it allows (the love of money/power/energy) is showing Us Now?

Really. There IS a solution.

The End of Entropy - the foundation - read first

www.abovetopsecret.com...

The Ethical Planetarian Party Platform - the structure

www.abovetopsecret.com...


Here's a simple schematic for drawing on the plenum ("dark"/Zero Point/"vacuum"/Radiant/Orgone/...) energy:

www.abovetopsecret.com...


The Abundance Paradigm:

media.abovetopsecret.com...

I hope You choose to read. [smile]

Please read My work, these threads I started, and understand that the solution IS at hand.



posted on Sep, 17 2011 @ 03:53 PM
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Originally posted by Amaterasu
Please read My work, these threads I started, and understand that the solution IS at hand.


I love you, Amaterasu.



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