posted on Oct, 15 2011 @ 01:30 AM
I didn't write this guide. I sincerely wish I had. I've read through it twice and I cannot find a single problem or issue he advocates or lays out
that I don't feel like I agree with. One of the largest problems I have been noticing in several nights of watching feeds from several cities at once
is that guidelines of conduct, organization and the general approach and manner of each location can and does vary RADICALLY from one place to the
next. Perhaps, if others find this useful, some general cooperation and unification of various things between camps might help in gaining more public
sympathy and support.
1 - Someone owns the square, perhaps it is run by a management company.
2- Dont block paths or pavements.
3 – If the location of the camp is also used as an event space do not interfere with events taking place in the square, as this will really
piss off the management company.
6 – Be on the look out for infiltraitors and provocateurs, they will come from many different agencies and organisations, infact they will already
be among us from the first meetings.
9 - The most important thing is positive public
The author says he's been in several extended occupation sites in Europe and has experience with problems and real world solutions to issues likely to
be faced. He also goes into considerable detail in explaining his thinking and rationale for the points I quoted above and many more. A total of 14
and some detailed stories of personal experience in European city occupation camps.
I intend to form my opinion about personal involvement in the OWS movement after spending some time in more than one this weekend. However, the guide
he put together is something I'm going to make several prints of and keep with me in going to the other events. It all made sense to me.
What say you all, ATS?
(I searched for this and couldn't find it. Forgive me if someone already posted it)
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