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Wall St. Protesters Plan to March on the Homes of NYC Billionaires

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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:03 PM
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How about David Rockefeller's home? That scumbag needs to get what's coming to him. I saw a youtube video recently where a guy walked right up to him as he was leaving with a bodyguard. Rockefeller clan = the .000000001% and pure evil.

And the Rothschilds in England.... I read somewhere that they operate outside of English law on their estates, as allowed.

en.m.wikipedia.org...
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They're just good people...

www.waddesdon.org.uk...
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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:11 PM
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David Rockefeller


Go there first.


Leave there Last.


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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 08:13 PM
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here is your video



Originally posted by colbyforce
How about David Rockefeller's home? That scumbag needs to get what's coming to him. I saw a youtube video recently where a guy walked right up to him as he was leaving with a bodyguard. Rockefeller clan = the .000000001% and pure evil.

And the Rothschilds in England.... I read somewhere that they operate outside of English law on their estates, as allowed.

en.m.wikipedia.org...
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posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 09:46 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer

Originally posted by WiZKiD111

Originally posted by beezzer
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The diference between marching and protesting in front of a home may also be the difference between being a legitamate movement and perceived thuggry.


Which is completely swaying off my original point of something positive is to be gained out of this movement:
IE: raising awareness
Oh, you'll raise awareness. Though awareness ofwhat is the question.

Awareness of corruption
or
Awareness of thug-like tactics on people brought about by your movement.

Thanks for answering my questions.

Should be interesting to watch.


How does that make any sense at all?,
people do things differently so regardless of how the movement is taking place, it's still raising awareness and that is beneficial.

Are you attempting to say that raising awareness is bad?, or the tactic in which the awareness is being raised is bad? I'd say you'd be one brave man trying to explain to me how raising awareness is a con.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 09:52 PM
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Originally posted by woodwardjnr
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It's all a bit French revolution for my liking, I mean it wont be long till they set up a guillotine in Zuccotti Park. This movement has too many similarities with the ideology of the French Revolution that I can't put my support behind it with these types of tactics in play. The more I see of the OWS protesters the less I like, which is a shame as I agree that there are massive problems in the world and I park much of the blame on the global banking cartel that runs our planet, but I can not stand by these types of tactics or the far leftist rhetoric I hear being spouted.


Well I was coming here to post something just like this above. I am shocked at who its author is but nevertheless humbled. Woodwardjnr and I finally agree on politics, someone check for flying pigs.



posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 09:53 PM
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I think they should just go to where the news stations are located and "mass" protest there... if it's just a couple hundred or thousand people, it's not really going to accomplish much. If it were like 100,000+ people... then maybe there'd be some better odds at actually being heard/taken seriously.



posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 11:59 AM
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Originally posted by Threegirls
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Not quite sure if that was sarcasm?

The more money these people have, the less money there is to go around to the rest of the population. There is less to work for, when deals go bad they do not take a pay cut, they sack someone. No argument exists to justify the amassing of millions and billions in wealth. No bugger works that hard!!!!!

The '1%' take opportunities away from the young, talented of the '99%' and give it to their mates, family and business partners mates and family. You can work hard all your life and never quite reach comfortable or certain security (99%) Hard work does not guarantee success if you are part of the 99%.

You are arguing for hard working people to continue working longer, harder for less and less whilst the manipulators reap the benefits. All I hear on bloomberg is how there is so much money to be made during a recession, yeah maybe but not for us because we are the 99%.

Why do some people just not understand? Are you the 'hard working' 1% who really do not get the reality of economics? Only idiots are capable of being so callous, get someone to go through the math with you.


No, no sarcasm.
I am a hard working IT guy, who earns $ 45000 per year, less tax.
I can save $ 7000 per year on that salary.

I live in Florida, so it doesn't cost so much as if I where to live in New York or California.

But..
The point is. If you doesn't have a few millions that you can risk loosing.
Then you can't start or maintain a company with 10+ employees.
Not talking about 1000+ employes, then it requires a heck of a lot more money.



posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 12:09 PM
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Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask
I am now convinced this movement isnt about ending corruption, its about ending the rich and redistribution of wealth


Yes, I see it going that way too.
It is written Tragic all over this.



posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 10:07 PM
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Originally posted by septic
A faux demonstration for a faux revolution.

A real revolutionary would recoginize that challenging the money power requires a voluntary lowering of their standards of living. It takes an empire subjugating the planet to provide the standard of living Americans have become accustomed to, so anything short of demanding a complete withdrawal from 700 plus military bases is transparently hogwash.

These "spontaneous" protests are simply the American version of the various color revolutions that have replaced the old boss with the new boss the world over. They've got "CIA" written all over them.

To fight greed, one must simply no longer be greedy. The only way to stop the beast is to stop feeding it. Stop buying the corporations' crap, earn as little taxable income as possible, grow your own food, trade when possible.

Throwing a fit in the street will only undermine the message of the alleged movement...whatever that is.




All very good suggestions for those who have not crawled up out of debt and sustain themselves without a taxable income or mortgage payment. Live within your means and raise your own food. I have an aquaponics system in my greenhouse for our fish and veggies. I am still working on my solar power, but should be totally off the grid next year. I am not rich, but I am not lazy either. There are ways to get yourself right, but paying for bailouts is too much for my poor little brain to comprehend.

If I were too big to fail I would die of a massive heart attack.



posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 10:20 PM
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Originally posted by onecraftydude

All very good suggestions for those who have not crawled up out of debt and sustain themselves without a taxable income or mortgage payment. Live within your means and raise your own food. I have an aquaponics system in my greenhouse for our fish and veggies. I am still working on my solar power, but should be totally off the grid next year. I am not rich, but I am not lazy either. There are ways to get yourself right, but paying for bailouts is too much for my poor little brain to comprehend.

If I were too big to fail I would die of a massive heart attack.


"I am not rich, but I am not lazy either."

You said a mouthful there...ditto. Most folks aren't willing to work for it.

Best of luck.



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 02:22 AM
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This is the same group ( working families of America ) that protested The AIG ceo in his front yard. That group is a Marxist group or communist group, I'm not sure which one they are. I know there on the FBI Sh@@ list. Anyway this does nothing, this type action will gain nothing at all. It's kind of stupid if you ask me, this does not bring awareness. If this is the best OWS can do then this protest will fail. I would like to say to these protesters, watch who you follow because this type stuff will come back and haunt you later in life.
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posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 02:29 AM
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Originally posted by SJE98
This is the same group ( working families of America ) that protested The AIG ceo in his front yard. That group is a Marxist group or communist group, I'm not sure which one they are. Anyway this does nothing, this type action will gain nothing at all. It's kind of stupid if you ask me. If this is the best OWS can do then this protest will fail. When winter comes it will be over anyway.
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I find it funny that the Socialist Rich are protesting the Corporate Rich............



posted on Oct, 13 2011 @ 02:35 AM
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There is some guy, one of the protesters, he makes 30 million a year. then the other protester were saying , he only make 30 mil, not billions like those on wall street. it was funny. I seen that on some hospital TV in a waiting room I don't know who aired it but , everyone in the room was laughing.


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