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Occupy Cincinnati Is Underway

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posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 12:40 PM
Well, it looks like Occupy Cincinnati is underway. And just like in many cities across America the turnout is growing.
People from all walks of life are becoming part of this movement. But most of the local media here in Ohio are calling these people “Welfare State Junkies” and “Just a Bunch of Kids without a Real Cause.”
But I beg to differ.
I plan on going to the Occupy Cincinnati Rally this weekend and have my voice heard. I would already be there but I work 5 to 6 days a week and 12 hours a day as a Home Health Care Specialist. (Do I sound like a “Welfare State Junkie” to you?)
I’m 36 years old. I have paid my taxes my whole working life. I have paid into Social Security. I’m afraid I won’t see a penny of it when I get old enough to retire, because of the US Government and The Big Banks bad financial decisions.
Why should I have to pay their debits?
I am not a junkie.
I am not a kid.
I am a concerned American, I have a voice, and I have the right to use it.
Away here is some video from Cincinnati. You can check it out if you want.
I’ll get some video when I go this weekend and post it on this thread.
But I urge you, if you are a concerned American and there is a Occupy event near you, and you want your voice count, go and show your support.

This was recorded at Lytle Park before the Occupy Cincinnati March on 10/8/11

Here is a video of Dan La Botz speaking at Fountain Square for the kickoff of Occupy Cincinnati on 10/8/11

William Wallace singing a song he wrote at the Occupy Cincinnati protest on 10/8/11

Here is a video of the Occupy Cincinnati march up Broadway Street in downtown Cincinnati. Multiple head counts estimated the crowd size at well over 750 people.

Here is a video of the Occupy Cincinnati march up Vine Street in Over The Rhine in Cincinnati.

Aliya Rahman's speech at the Occupy Cincinnati Rally on 10/8/11. If you need some inspiration, motivation, or just a pick-me-up, watch this. So good!

A speaker informs Cincinnati of P&Gs actions, can I get a boo for P&G? 10/10/11

General Assembly on 10/10/11

posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 12:49 PM
reply to post by mikemck1976

It's great to see that the movement is still growing stronger and stronger!!

I do have to say that I HATE that all the critics of the "Occupy" movement have the same argument that they have "no real cause" or that they need to have a distinct 'goal', yet none of them seem to do any reading up on the people involved. It's more or less let's go with whatever the news or officials are saying about them but not what the actual participants are saying about it....

posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 01:00 PM
reply to post by ignoranceisnotbliss2011

Well the Media and the System are going to try to destroy credibility and then squash these protests as quickly as they possibly can. There will be absolutely no results unless they fail...


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