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Banks Cooperating With Each Other and Police to Track Occupy Protesters

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posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 09:31 PM
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OWS has lost the element of surprise as the banking cartels are working together with police to shut OWS down before it builds the steam it had last fall.


The world’s biggest banks are working with one another and police to gather intelligence as protesters try to rejuvenate the Occupy Wall Street movement with May demonstrations, industry security consultants aid.



Banks are preparing for Occupy demonstrations at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Chicago summit on May 20 and 21 by sharing information from video surveillance, robots and officers in buildings, giving "a real-time, 360-degree" view, said McNary, who works on the project.

Banks cooperating on surveillance are like elk fending off wolves in Yellowstone National Park, he said. While other animals try in vain to sprint away alone, elk survive attacks by forming a ring together, he said.

Planning for Tuesday in New York began in January in a fourth-floor work space at 16 Beaver St., about two blocks from Wall Street, according to Holmes. The date serves as an international labor day, commemorating a deadly 1886 clash between police and workers in Chicago's Haymarket Square.
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OWS will move forward with its plans as will the bankers and local LE. This makes for a very volatile situation with both sides preparing in advance for what the other will bring. Couple these actions with the obvious false flag potential surrounding the NATO summit in Chicago currently being prepared for by TPTB and you have the perfect storm; seems like a recipe for disaster if you ask me….

What say you?




posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 09:43 PM
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Well, for the banks to be doing that sort of thing, it seems to me as though the Occupy folks could sue them for stalking. And invasion of privacy. And several other things.

Frankly, if I found this out, I would be scouring law books looking at things to sue them for.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 09:50 PM
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Well, I don’t think they’re breaking any law if they are preparing for civil unrest. Hell, I’m preparing for civil unrest!!


OWS would lose credibility if they simply tried to use the corrupt legal system to further their agenda. Why would OWS attempt to use the very system that’s shutting them down? Besides, do you really think those charges would be successful? Don't you think that money would be better spent elsewhere?




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posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 09:52 PM
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Bankers have a vested interest in stirring the pot over Occupy and Chicago. If they can make them look bad, they have done a good day's work in their point of view.

I still don't understand why Occupy Wall Street is protesting NATO, and what they intend to accomplish as a movement goal with this.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:01 PM
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Originally posted by Aleister
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Bankers have a vested interest in stirring the pot over Occupy and Chicago. If they can make them look bad, they have done a good day's work in their point of view.

I still don't understand why Occupy Wall Street is protesting NATO, and what they intend to accomplish as a movement goal with this.

NATO has become one of the enforcement arms of the international baks under the European Union.... all of the countries belonging to the European Union have given up their sovereignty and must abide by a non-elected organization.

If you haven't noticed it has been NATO forces going into and supporting the "Arab Astroturfed Spring"



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:04 PM
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Bankers have a vested interest in stirring the pot over Occupy and Chicago. If they can make them look bad, they have done a good day's work in their point of view.


Of course they do; if you buy into the 1% vs 99% thing then absolutely. I think the plot is a bit thicker than that but……


I still don't understand why Occupy Wall Street is protesting NATO, and what they intend to accomplish as a movement goal with this.


If you think about the master plan of TPTB (collapse of the global financial system) and you look into the groups funding OWS (many of whom support Obama) then it clearly seems like OWS is a pawn in the game. I believe OWS is being played and the level of resolve these folks have may prove to be exactly what TPTB want; massive civil unrest and a damn good excuse to institute martial law.

We’ll see how it shakes out…



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posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:10 PM
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NATO has become one of the enforcement arms of the international baks under the European Union.... all of the countries belonging to the European Union have given up their sovereignty and must abide by a non-elected organization.

If you haven't noticed it has been NATO forces going into and supporting the "Arab Astroturfed Spring"


Absolutely!!


And if you look into the whole green movement and the move toward totalitarianism initiated by Clinton, Bush Sr, Bush II and now Obama (Agenda 21, Patriot Act, NDAA, etc) you’ll see that the UN will soon be running the streets here in America. My fear is that OWS is going to be crushed and used as a patsy for the blue hats to move in.

If I’m correct then we’re only weeks away from the start of this move. Time will tell…



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:20 PM
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The only investment bankers have,is to make money,on "the people" and get bailouts(too big to fail).
OWS needs to focus ALL their energy into the Politicians,and their private agendas,that subsidize the circle of stupidity.

OWS polarizes the rest of America,when they lump certain groups,into the haves and the have nots........




posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:22 PM
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Oh, they're insane! I don't have to agree with Occupy to respect their rights as American citizens to at least show up and protest. Wolves??? Elk?? Hey, I might agree with the terms, but lets get those terms a little bit closer to accurate.

Banks = Wolves

Occupy = Elk

...and the tactics to corral Occupy like animals in pens even fit the comparison too. I've really come to dislike Occupy on many levels, however, if they lose their rights then mine aren't far behind and everyone else's won't have anyone left to fight for at all.

Chicago is the very example of America gone too far these days.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:24 PM
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What on Earth do we need Martial Law for?
1st Amendment...eroded. Free Speech zones, Frozen Zones, Permits required. Free Speech in a National Security Event? Felony. HR347
2nd Amendment...eroded. I don't need to explain that one to you.
4th Amendment...eroded. Stop and Frisk. TSA, TSA road side, bus and train checks.
5th Amendment...eroded. NDAA
6th Amendment...eroded. NDAA
8th Amendment...eroded. NDAA, Patriot Act, ask Bradley Manning how years of solitary confinement are feeling.
10th Amendment...eroded. The Federal Reserve.

Our police are militarized and we're already caged essentially with all fancy can and can't do lists. The laws can change on the fly so why bother waking up the rest of America by imposing Martial Law, when we essentially have it already?



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:41 PM
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What on Earth do we need Martial Law for?
1st Amendment...eroded. Free Speech zones, Frozen Zones, Permits required. Free Speech in a National Security Event? Felony. HR347
2nd Amendment...eroded. I don't need to explain that one to you.
4th Amendment...eroded. Stop and Frisk. TSA, TSA road side, bus and train checks.
5th Amendment...eroded. NDAA
6th Amendment...eroded. NDAA
8th Amendment...eroded. NDAA, Patriot Act, ask Bradley Manning how years of solitary confinement are feeling.
10th Amendment...eroded. The Federal Reserve.

Our police are militarized and we're already caged essentially with all fancy can and can't do lists. The laws can change on the fly so why bother waking up the rest of America by imposing Martial Law, when we essentially have it already?


You obviously don’t understand the reality of Martial Law or the resulting collapse that will follow.

We do have totalitarian rule already on a small scale…and the TP and OWS are the only one’s actively opposing it. The problem is…and you know this…OWS doesn’t have the numbers to fix it! You’ll see AGAIN this month!

I want change as much as the next guy/gal but the numbers aren’t there! Nothing GOOD will come of MAY DAY or the OWS SPRING or anything else. The FEW are being played to F@$% the many! That’s why they need it!



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:42 PM
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Sheesh, the right wing media must be having quite a gab fest about Occupy today, this is like the 7th thread that popped up today haha.

Speaking of media in relation to the OP and my last post, isn't it funny how the corporate media always wages a war of words on those the government seeks to repress, regardless of the issue or which side it falls on? Always making it okay to erode our freedoms to get those "guys". How sad that we fall for it over and over.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:46 PM
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I understand what Martial Law is just fine, I just don't let it scare me into silence because then we've lost already haven't we?
I'm very scared of what could happen tomorrow and more so at the NATO summit. But to silence this movement they are going to have to show their hand and how far they're willing to go to stop it. That won't work in their favor.

ETA it may hurt Occupiers physically, like hell but they will stand up to it anyway. We're backed into a corner what did they expect for us to stay on our knees?
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posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:52 PM
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Sheesh, the right wing media must be having quite a gab fest about Occupy today, this is like the 7th thread that popped up today haha.


HAHAHA…I quoted the source. If the San Francisco Chronicle is “RIGHT WONG MEDIA” then I’d hate to see your definition of LIBERAL, Kali!!
Nice try!





Speaking of media in relation to the OP and my last post, isn't it funny how the corporate media always wages a war of words on those the government seeks to repress, regardless of the issue or which side it falls on? Always making it okay to erode our freedoms to get those "guys". How sad that we fall for it over and over.


They are feeding us a narrative…the comical aspect is your failure to see that OWS is the tool to bring about total repression!



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:53 PM
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No it's your failure in your acceptance of it.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by Kali74


ETA it may hurt Occupiers physically, like hell but they will stand up to it anyway. We're backed into a corner what did they expect for us to stay on our knees?
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Star for ya.

Thats the American spirit. I applaud you and the few that really want change. Its the divisive elements that I want NO part off. If this kicks off,and I see more real Americans showing up,I would happily join. I just cant stand next to those who have a very different agenda,one that is against my principles..I think MANY here on ATS are in the same boat,as well as a majority of the Populace.

Kudos again Kali,even though I disagree with you,at times.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 10:59 PM
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No it's your failure in your acceptance of it.


One-liners are against T&C…especially for SILVER contributors!


I accept OWS…I REJECT their/your ability to recognize that you’re playing TPTB's song!


Look, I can’t expect more from this group…really…OWS is OWS…I’m merely appealing to critical thinkers who are unaware of the BIG picture.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 11:06 PM
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Originally posted by seabag


Look, I can’t expect more from this group…really…OWS is OWS…I’m merely appealing to critical thinkers who are unaware of the BIG picture.



That might be the biggest point,in this whole thread.

Its the Co-oped angle,with those who really want this to work,just cant fathom it. NO ONE wants to be duped. Its against all critical thinking. The time,effort you put into something,just to get "had"....... All or nothing is great,but its nothing that most likely will win the day. I hope for those who really want that change,to look at it,with blinders off. So many fell for Obama's hope and change,and still are.......




posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 11:08 PM
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You're a gun guy, you should get this! Whatever their agenda is, it's going to play out whether we are mealy mouthed or whether we're smashing every window in sight. We chose to not lay down and take it. I think you gun guys always say something like "From my cold dead hands"? We won't be violent but we won't get out of the way of their authoritarian agenda, so I say...They will only take my liberty from my cold dead hands.



posted on Apr, 30 2012 @ 11:14 PM
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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Oh, they're insane! I don't have to agree with Occupy to respect their rights as American citizens to at least show up and protest. Wolves??? Elk?? Hey, I might agree with the terms, but lets get those terms a little bit closer to accurate.

Banks = Wolves

Occupy = Elk

...and the tactics to corral Occupy like animals in pens even fit the comparison too. I've really come to dislike Occupy on many levels, however, if they lose their rights then mine aren't far behind and everyone else's won't have anyone left to fight for at all.

Chicago is the very example of America gone too far these days.


Hear hear! Star. You and I don't always agree, but on this I feel you're spot-on.

They may very well be dirty socialist hippies for all I know, but they're OUR dirty socialist hippies exercising OUR constitutional rights, and when you mess with that, you mess with us all. We're not talking about some foreigners who came here to start trouble, we're talking about our FELLOW citizens. The "us and them" attitude the MSM has created around OWS (the same one they created around the Tea party) is exactly how they will take all of our rights away. Divide and conquer. Do it to one segment, that sets precedent. Get them used to their rights being stolen away slowly, so they never actually do anything about it.




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