On MSNBC’s The Ed Show, with Ed Shultz Sanders continues to voice his opinions about the economy, protests, and banks. Ed: Good to have you with us tonight. Bernie, I want you to address Romney’s comments about “It’s dangerous.” Sanders: Well class warfare is dangerous. The only problem is the wrong class is winning. What is … Read moreSenator Sanders on Occupy Wall St.
Since the 700 arrests on the Brooklyn Bridge, a class action lawsuit has been filed yesterday, against the City of New York, among others. After escorting and leading a group of demonstrators and others well out onto the Brooklyn Bridge roadway, the NYPD suddenly and without warning curtailed further forward movement, blocked the ability of … Read moreClass Action has been Filed against the City of New York, NYPD, others
Following up on the petitions that were put in place by members of the Occupy movement(s), they are continuing to circulate through online social networks. However this one I am not sure if this was put in place by any of the Occupy members. Titled “Please Hold Ethiopia Accountable for Using America’s Aid Money as … Read morePetitions are Circulating
The crowd stood back and watched the New York Police Department saw a girl’s bike in half. It’s not clear why they were doing this. The video is not very clear in quality, but you can hear the saw being active. The man taping the incident said it’s a “concrete demolition saw.” Seen on my … Read moreNYPD Saws Girl’s Bike
A semi-musical video with different views of the protest, and marches. Including Postal, and Pilot employee protests. Finally ending with Dr. Cornel West’s words, the Elite will shake in their boots.
As is, 12th day consists of Marching through the streets and gathering attention. I tuned in this morning at around 10:10AM and viewed the cheers. Beside the people the officers walked, and everyone appears to be calm, aside the chanting .. “All day, all week, Occupy Wall Street” I wasn’t able to catch out the … Read moreOccupy Wall St.: March on Wall St.
In an interview with a Postal worker, a man (unknown) explains his reasoning for protesting. First off, we’re fighting for our lives. […] We don’t want any layoffs. We are hard working men and women. We believe that we should be treated fairly, and I don’t believe we’re being treated fairly. Congress needs to support American … Read moreOccupy Wall St. With Postal Workers
In a gathering of Occupy Wall St.*, which will be starting their first General Assembly October 1, 2011 at 11:30AM Dr. Cornel joins and speaks. http://occupysacramento.tumblr.com/ (Thanks, robert3242) (updated, slight correction duh. This was apparently for New York, not Sacramento. Too many! ;))
I think it’s safe to say that major media portals such as Yahoo, Aol, and CNN are curving Occupy Wall St., and other various Occupy protests. I’ve went through these portals just a few minutes ago and seen no references to Occupy. None. Not on the front page, nor sub-sections (Politics, U.S. News, etc). Other … Read moreMajor Media Outlets Still Curve “Occupy”
Anonymous does say that its everywhere. So in the middle of all the Occupy Wall St. movement, they showed up with their masks on standing tall. Credit: ProtestChaplains However, even in the spirit of Occupy support, wearing masks is against an old “no masks during protests” law. As-well as for a few other things you can … Read moreAnonymous Members Show their Support