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OWS: Now Shutting Down a City Near You:

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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 02:30 PM
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Um, what are they protesting?
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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 03:41 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer
Um, what are they protesting?
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Wow, that's an original question!
I'm stunned by your breakthrough. FOX should be all over that line in a few minutes. Wait a second....



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 03:46 PM
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As suspected they don't seem to know

Line 2 too



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 04:07 PM
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Originally posted by mikellmikell
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As suspected they don't seem to know

Line 2 too


It's what I thought.




posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 05:25 PM
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It IS hilarious! Because I'm not with OWS, never even been near one, I'm just not stupid enough to fall for FOX news brainwashing.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 06:06 PM
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It's meant to show the approximate 1% how dependent they are on the approximate 99% for their approximate 1% lifestyles. If the 99% withdraw from the system, the system will fall.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 06:43 PM
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I concur, we must rid ourselves of the influence of the self-centered, greedy, parasites and concern ourselves with developing true brotherhood, equity and benevolent stewardship of our planet. PEACE.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 07:02 PM
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I think the second go around will be interesting. Just beware law enforcement the Obama administration will be watching. And the illegal activity that is taking place durning these events will be acted upon when the administration has tracked down the complete web of officers across the nation who are using federal computer networks to orchestrate attacks on protestors. The big goal is to shut down the overzealous New York Police Department. But the smaller ones will be taken out first. Joe Arpaio is the first to be targeted for his actions but will be followed by others once the court rulings are in on Arpaio. This is a setup just like Anonymous is for weeding out intelligence contractors. Occupy is for weeding out police and sheriff departments. The politically motivated and corrupt will soon find out about fast and furious style databases that track the movements of and command structures of the corrupted agencies in our government. They are mapping and taking notes which will lead to a complete shut down and not a game of wack a mole.Get your popcorn.
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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 07:11 PM
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Originally posted by jjf3rd77
In anticipation of May Day demonstrations, Occupy Wall Street is vowing to pull out all the stops with the “biggest shut down“ New York City has ”ever seen.” Likewise, Occupy Oakland is also gearing up to shut down all travel in the San Francisco Bay area.

www.theblaze.com...

So, how exactly will this help balance out the difference between the rich and the poor? OWS has clearly lost their message and probably their minds!


these are just "useful fools" you cannot help each other by shutting down the means to make a living.,

OWS is a plague of idiots



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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I wish that were true but it just isn't. Obama says he understands why we protest and why a movement was started. But he signs legislation that betrays us. There is literally millions of minutes of footage documenting police brutality. There's documents obtained through FOIA outlining of teleconferences between Mayors and DHS to deal with the Occupy Encampments.

There's been lightning fast changes to local ordinances and laws to make protest as near to completely illegal as possible.

Obama does nothing to stop it, he doesn't denounce it the way he does when protesters are beaten in other countries. He serves the Corporate/Banking/MIC Masters, not us. Occupy does not have faith in Obama or any other bloated pig of a politician.
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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 07:29 PM
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Originally posted by W3RLIED2
I've found it so easily apparent that the occupyers are nothing more than leftist hippie kids..


Of course they're left-wing.

Anyone who supports government reform is traditionally left-wing.

Trying to use it as an insult just shows your lack of understanding.


The original political meanings of ‘left’ and ‘right’ have changed since their origin in the French estates general in 1789. There the people sitting on the left could be viewed as more or less anti-statists with those on the right being state-interventionists of one kind or another. In this interpretation of the pristine sense, libertarianism was clearly at the extreme left-wing.

www.la-articles.org.uk...

The left has a long tradition of occupy type tactics, especially anarchists because anarchism is the direct action route to socialism, as apposed to the political path of Marxism.

We had the 'Stop the City' protests in London in the eighties, that I was a part of, that occupied the City of London and stopped people from getting to work. This lead directly to other anti-globalism protests of this type.

What do you want people to do, vote?


The original Occupy Wall Street: Stop the City, 1984

Stop the City



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 08:35 PM
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They were using the networks of DHS but were operating through a global agency called IACP bypassing political pressure from a Democrate in office to do what there Republican agenda in the States and Cities wanted them to. Call it a power grab from the top to target the Networks being used for spying on them but the federal networks under the control of DHS is legally allowed to spy on those networks at anytime. Just look at a government log in screen.www.intelink.gov...And Anonymous is just a cover story for the intelligence agencies that target the computers of agencies that are going rouge. Just take Antisec targeting Arizone police and leaking emails and so on. And Antisec being ran by a government agent Sabu. And it led to Arizona Governor pointing her finger at Obama complaining. But now that Sheriff Arpaio is being targeted in court on what the investigations of him have uncovered. Brewer has nothing left to say for Arpaio. And this Arizona case is what will be rolled out nation wide this go around with OWS. Its now been tested.

www.theiacp.org...



The government never learns new ways of doing things. They don't have a chaos way of doing things. They start small and make them bigger. They will stay with the same tactics of doing things this way for a while befor someone complains and says it is broke.They seem to think no one will notice they allways operate the same way on everything using a step by step guide for everything they do. They should really think about more than one approach to any given circumstance. Cause a problem build a database then act on data collected to push agenda desired. Problem protest,database names and mapping connections between people, act on data collected taking them to court, push agenda only target those you truely don't like give a pass to those who could be freindly.
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posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 08:48 PM
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You can get lost down rabbit holes. The question doesn't need to be complicated in order to find the answer. The evidence is there, it's archived and live-streamed. There's enough there to arrest cops, change policies so why isn't Obama doing anything? Where's the DoJ? Where is any elected or appointed official even talking about it? They're too busy eroding the Constituion is why we don't hear from them.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 09:02 PM
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crooksandliars.com...



Notable investigations include a dogged investigation into Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph Arpaio's conduct, the Seattle Police Department and New Orleans police.

Earlier this year, Salon writer Justin Elliott wrote an article about the man at the top of the section responsible for the renewed DOJ focus on civil rights: Thomas Perez. Since Perez took over the Civil Rights section at the DOJ, the focus has shifted from counterterrorism back to police brutality.

In just the past few months, the Civil Rights Division has announced “pattern and practice” investigations in Newark, New Jersey and Seattle. It’s also conducting a preliminary investigation of the Denver Police Department, and all this is on top of a high-profile push to reform the notorious New Orleans Police Department — as well as criminal prosecutions of several New Orleans officers.

The “pattern and practice” authority comes from a 1994 law passed by Congress after the brutal beating of Rodney King by white Los Angeles police officers, who allegedly yelled racial slurs as they hit him. The law allows the DOJ to sue police departments if there is a pattern of violations of citizens’ constitutional rights — things like an excessive use of force, discrimination, and illegal searches. Often, after an investigation, the police department in question will enter into a voluntary reform agreement with the DOJ to avoid a lawsuit and the imposition of reforms.

“Under the Bush administration, the Justice Department disappeared here in terms of federal civil rights enforcement. You could see the shift to counterterrorism at the ground level after Sept. 11,” says Mary Howell , a New Orleans civil rights attorney who has been working on police misconduct cases for more than three decades. “Now they’re back doing criminal prosecutions of police and the civil rights investigation, which is huge.”

Predictably, the right wing claims this focus on police brutality is nothing more than an attempt to shift focus from the ridiculous Fast and Furious allegations dogging Eric Holder. This is somewhat laughable, given that these investigations have been in progress since 2009.

Under Perez, at least 17 police departments are under investigation for police brutality, including their most recent report on the Seattle police department, which was scathing and broad in scope.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 09:33 PM
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Originally posted by jjf3rd77
In anticipation of May Day demonstrations, Occupy Wall Street is vowing to pull out all the stops with the “biggest shut down“ New York City has ”ever seen.” Likewise, Occupy Oakland is also gearing up to shut down all travel in the San Francisco Bay area.

www.theblaze.com...

So, how exactly will this help balance out the difference between the rich and the poor? OWS has clearly lost their message and probably their minds!


In order for the uninformed public to wake up to reality, this has to be done IMO.

Only when they are inconvenienced in their daily lives will many stop and think about what is going on around them and learn about OWS and why it needs to be done. So many still don't understand what OWS is all about and don't realize that their message is for everyone, not just a few.

But the Elite know what's happening...don't they?


Peace



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 11:46 PM
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Originally posted by jjf3rd77
In anticipation of May Day demonstrations, Occupy Wall Street is vowing to pull out all the stops with the “biggest shut down“ New York City has ”ever seen.” Likewise, Occupy Oakland is also gearing up to shut down all travel in the San Francisco Bay area.

www.theblaze.com...

So, how exactly will this help balance out the difference between the rich and the poor? OWS has clearly lost their message and probably their minds!


So basically OWS is going to squat where they eat. They are too cowardly to try that garbage anywhere else.



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 11:54 PM
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Well, you need to think like a NAZI Elite in order to get anywhere with this.

The Elites sacrifice millions for the greater good ( Their greater good that is.
) Using methods such as auto genocide, human experimentation and torture etc.

So why shouldn't OWS be able to do the same ?



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 11:56 PM
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It takes a lot of courage to protest when you are unsure what the police response will be. These protests are to call attention to the same things that every body on here rants about. Yea, some of them are pretty spaced out with some wild ideas. Some people on here are pretty spaced out with wild ideas. Give these folks some credit. They are taking action to try to make a change in a corrupt system. They aren't just sitting in their recliner complaining on line. They have accomplished something already.......news coverage.



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 12:02 AM
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Originally posted by jude11

Originally posted by jjf3rd77
In anticipation of May Day demonstrations, Occupy Wall Street is vowing to pull out all the stops with the “biggest shut down“ New York City has ”ever seen.” Likewise, Occupy Oakland is also gearing up to shut down all travel in the San Francisco Bay area.

www.theblaze.com...

So, how exactly will this help balance out the difference between the rich and the poor? OWS has clearly lost their message and probably their minds!


In order for the uninformed public to wake up to reality, this has to be done IMO.

Only when they are inconvenienced in their daily lives will many stop and think about what is going on around them and learn about OWS and why it needs to be done. So many still don't understand what OWS is all about and don't realize that their message is for everyone, not just a few.

But the Elite know what's happening...don't they?


Peace


You do know what happens when an alarm clock goes off right? People will respond with a heavy handed fist on the snooze button before they ever respond in the way you would like them too.



posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 12:03 AM
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Originally posted by Erectus
It takes a lot of courage to protest when you are unsure what the police response will be. These protests are to call attention to the same things that every body on here rants about. Yea, some of them are pretty spaced out with some wild ideas. Some people on here are pretty spaced out with wild ideas. Give these folks some credit. They are taking action to try to make a change in a corrupt system. They aren't just sitting in their recliner complaining on line. They have accomplished something already.......news coverage.


They are being paid by communist unions to protest. + The ones that are not outright paid have little other choice after 4+ years of indoctrination at America's leftist re-education camps/Public Colleges and Universities.




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