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Musician in His house
October 24th, 2011, 06:28 PM
Looks like Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed has had about enough.
From the AJC article:
At a tense press conference that started at about 4:45, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said some people associated with Occupy Atlanta are on "a clear path to escalation" after an unauthorized hip-hop concert over the weekend and an incident in which protesters chanted "Whose Park? Our Park!" -- shouting down a member of his staff during a television interview.
Reed said he will revoke the executive order allowing Occupy Atlanta protesters to stay in Woodruff Park until Nov. 7. He did not say when that would occur, but said it would be at the time of his choosing and the city's fire and police departments would be ready to clear the downtown park at his command.
October 24th, 2011, 07:09 PM
ANd the headlines are becoming worse and worse..Some people in these mobs are doing criminal acts. And yet, where is the media reporting this??
These people are MOBS. Doing things Unruly. And the media, government and hollyweird are cheering them on,,,,,
It makes me go hmmmm....:scratch:rolleyes
October 24th, 2011, 07:23 PM
I just read the article on the finance commitee...NOW these People Understand what living in Third World Country is all about.
Their Little Commitee gets Money Pouring in, and the commitee see Big Dollars, and refuses to spread the Wealth.
SAY HypoCrites Much???
I tell You, Let these people try to Ride out the winter in their Cheapo Tents...they will not be able to stick it out.
They will be frostbitten by the times its over...
The commitee members will be FLYING ON A PLANE to TAHATI with the half-a million they collected since this started....once winter rolls around..
Do you think that the people on the street will finally wake up and realize how their thinking was WRONG???
Or still think they are Right??
I dont know...But. Hope the blinders Fall off soon...
October 24th, 2011, 11:07 PM
Check out their meeting base http://pajamasmedia.com/zombie/2011/10/24/is-occupy-oakland-as-bad-as-they-say/
More pictures of interest http://pajamasmedia.com/zombie/2011/10/24/is-occupy-oakland-as-bad-as-they-say/2/
This was a learning experience! Deep insight to be gained from this! I knew these folks were twisted as a whole, but oh the extent! They're unashamed two-faced hypocrites of the worst kind!! No shame at all!! It's disgusting!! Reading this and seeing the pictures of this mess is just mind-boggling!!
This is indefensible, yet God knows somehow this is all conveniently overlooked by the media! They wink at them and give them a free pass, offering up only the finest faces of the movement and only the kindest of words for them! America, your sitting president endorses these people! He cries out with them 'we can't wait!'
Wait for what, pray tell? This? God have mercy on the people of America. Sympathy, comfort, guidance for Your people Lord Jesus, not all of the american people are like this. Please keep Yours Father, I pray in the holy and matchless name of my King, my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I pray Lord Jesus, that You might raise patriots to oppose these terrible people, patriots like our founding fathers who credited the God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob for the creation of our nation. But if it must be that America must die, preserve Your people Father in the coming disaster.
Your will be done Father, on Earth as it is in Heaven. Amen.
October 25th, 2011, 06:23 AM
Whoa, some really bad language in that first article.
October 25th, 2011, 12:25 PM
I see the same thing happening at Occupy Oakland: They reject the existence of the current police force, only to find it necessary to found a new substitute police force of their own, which were it to mature would eventually become an institution probably not much different from the original Oakland Police Force they so reviled. Here, for example, is the first incarnation of a “police station” in the emerging Occupy culture.
I disagree with the author of that article. Should this mob create a police force it will be more like the Gestapo or the KGB than the men in blue.
October 25th, 2011, 02:48 PM
Their own police force? Anybody old enough to remember the Hell's Angels being hired as security at a 1969 rock concert at Altamont Speedway in northern California? Four people died.
October 26th, 2011, 01:31 AM
Obama-endorsed Occupy Chicago activists invited unrepentant domestic terrorist turned University of Illinois professor, Bill Ayers, to lead a “teach-in” on the virtues of confrontational tactics dubbed “non-violent disobedience” in the anti-capitalist revolution. Ayers told the young leftists about meeting with the North Vietnamese to discuss fomenting revolution in America. The meeting was held on the street in downtown Chicago. The young activists lapped it up.
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October 26th, 2011, 03:12 AM
I wouldn't be suprised if these protests start to peter out in a couple of weeks; they can only do this for so long.
Musician in His house
October 26th, 2011, 04:37 AM
From the article:
Officers swarmed the park around 12:45 a.m. The arrests were orderly and peaceful, though some of the protesters had to dragged out. By 1:30 a.m. the park had been cleared and by 2 a.m. onlookers and demonstrators who watched from the perimeter had largely dispersed as police maintained a significant presence downtown.
Reed said Monday he wouldn't evict Occupy Atlanta from the park until a group of clergy met with the demonstrators to try to work out a solution.
Reese McCranie, Reed's spokesman, said early Wednesday morning the clergy members tried to engage protesters and were rebuffed. After that the mayor made good on his vow Monday to "clear the park" if no resolution was reached.
"No one's really listening to me," said the Rev. Darrell Elligan, pastor of the True Light Baptist Church, following his meeting late Tuesday afternoon with Occupy Atlanta representatives. Elligan, president of the Atlanta chapter of the Concerned Black Clergy, was among a coalition of 30 faith leaders asked by Reed to meet with the demonstrators, though the pastor said they were not representing the mayor.
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