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    Quote Originally Posted by Godlygurl93 View Post
    The new ones are also united in the spirit of the Tahrir Square revolutionaries: “One thing we all have in common is that we are the 99% that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%,” according to posts on the Occupy Wall Street website .
    Sounds like the beginnings of a socialist resurrection ala Russia, Cambodia, Viet Nam, North Korea, China, etc. Blame the faceless 1%, take over the country, imprison, torture, kill anyone with an education because they'll be the 1% even though they're actually probably around 50% in the U.S....
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    This sounds like it's straight out of Alinsky's tactical book of tricks.
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    Longshoremen storm Wash. state port, damage RR

    LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — Hundreds of Longshoremen stormed the Port of Longview early Thursday, overpowered and held security guards, damaged railroad cars, and dumped grain that is the center of a labor dispute, said Longview Police Chief Jim Duscha.

    Six guards were held hostage for a couple of hours after 500 or more Longshoremen broke down gates about 4:30 a.m. and smashed windows in the guard shack, he said.

    No one was hurt, and nobody has been arrested. Most of the protesters returned to their union hall after cutting brake lines and spilling grain from car at the EGT terminal, Duscha said.

    The International Longshore and Warehouse Union believes it has the right to work at the facility, but the company has hired a contractor that's staffing a workforce of other union laborers.

    Thursday's violence was first reported by Kelso radio station KLOG.

    Police from several agencies in southwest Washington, the Washington State Patrol and Burlington Northern Santa Fe responded to the violence to secure the scene that followed a demonstration Wednesday.

    "We're not surprised," Duscha said. "A lot of the protesters were telling us this in only the start."

    One sergeant was threatened with baseball bats and retreated, Duscha said. "One officer with hundreds of Longshoremen? He used the better part of discretion."

    The train was the first grain shipment to arrive at Longview. It arrived Wednesday night after police arrested 19 demonstrators who tried to block the tracks. They were led by ILWU International President Robert McEllrath, who said they would return.

    The blockade appeared to defy a federal restraining order issued last week against the union after it was accused of assaults and death threats.

    EGT chief executive Larry Clarke said it was unfortunate that law enforcement needed to make arrests.


    http://news.yahoo.com/longshoremen-s...144921214.html


    Brothers and Sisters, IMHO It's gonna get worse.
    These stooges are brainwashed at their union meetings.
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    Isn't today one of their big days?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rei View Post
    Isn't today one of their big days?
    I searched news in New York and DC and didn't find any mention of Day of Rage. Unless I overlooked it some how.

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    I didn't see anything on my media sources.

    My own opinion, the government won't allow citizens to run wild; and will administer a very hard and vicious spanking to naughty citizens.

    Up to and including a lethal use of force.

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    There is a little coverage, but not much. The police have barricaded in the bull, so the protesters can not get near it. They set up a spot for the protesters on the corner near wallstreet for them but won't let them near the bull. The protesters are parading with signs. Most of them are white collar workers, college students, etc. Currently there are hundreds, but not the 20,000 they were asking for. More could show up though, who knows.

    They did allow about three of them to talk about why they are doing this. One of the protesters did say, that this is different from other protests, because this time, they are not leaving. It all seemed very peaceful and calm. After the video, there was a statement that was on the video from the city of NY. It said something about they had given the protesters a place to protest (though not where they wanted) and that the protesters could have applied for a permit, but none of them wanted to do so. (of course, this in itself, is against the constitution, because they shouldn't have to pay for a permit, or provide the information needed for a permit in order to speak their mind, so I am sure this will fuel the fire at some point.) I guess only time will tell. I had seen a video of an interview with some of the protesters, I thought was on cnn money or politics section, but now can't find it. I'll try to find it though.

    I'll try to find that link again, and post it in a few minutes.

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    Ps: Here's one link. Looking for the one with the video still.

    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/...20107772.shtml

    here's another link http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=345861
    http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headline...y-wall-street/
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    OK nothing bad happened.

    Take it from someone who knows NYC. Saturday on Wall Street means nothing happening. The markets are closed and normally the streets are empty. The demonstration certainly didn't interfere with business.

    Demonic? Not the Devil's best shot then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohdan View Post
    OK nothing bad happened.

    Take it from someone who knows NYC. Saturday on Wall Street means nothing happening. The markets are closed and normally the streets are empty. The demonstration certainly didn't interfere with business.

    Demonic? Not the Devil's best shot then.
    Who knows, it may turn into something more than peaceful, but for now, I agree that I do not see anything they are doing that would label this as being demonic. For now, unless it was to turn ugly, it is just a group of people who are just tired of not being able to earn a living, while those making the decisions for all of us do so to their own benefit, rather than the benefit of the people as a whole. It seems that they just want change, and can't get anyone who is in power to make decisions to listen to them. I will reserve judgement until I see how the rest of this unfolds, but for now, - they all seem like a really nice, relatively normal group of young adults who just want a secure future. I could be wrong, and other groups may join them who are maybe not so peaceful,- I guess time will tell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by $teve View Post
    They're just posers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzardhut View Post
    They're just posers.
    Okay, this makes more sense to me now. Thank you.
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    Now they are finally getting media attention....

    http://www.cnn.com/2011/09/25/health...html?hpt=hp_t2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon9602 View Post
    Now they are finally getting media attention....

    http://www.cnn.com/2011/09/23/us/us-...html?hpt=hp_t1
    Hi Shannon, actually, this link is for the satellite. I know I did see an update somewhere on the news about a bunch of protestors being arrested in NY. Now not sure where I saw it. It was saying something about 80 people being arrested at the protest. Really bugging me, because I can't remember what site I saw that at.
    No worries, - I've done this before myself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Praying View Post
    Hi Shannon, actually, this link is for the satellite. I know I did see an update somewhere on the news about a bunch of protestors being arrested in NY. Now not sure where I saw it. It was saying something about 80 people being arrested at the protest. Really bugging me, because I can't remember what site I saw that at.
    No worries, - I've done this before myself!
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    It appears the protests are growing and metastasizing into a formidable movement and not only spreading around the country, but as I understand, attracting people from a variety of industries and backgrounds. With all the people joining, there is momentum building, the protests are gaining traction. What will eventuate remains to be seen but what I find interesting is the potential for it to grow into a viable movement that may not relent less there be some heavy-handed government crackdown.

    Btw BBC news television have breaking news on protests in New York where it is reported some several hundred protesters have been arrested. Appears the protests are gaining increasing main stream media coverage.

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    They are calling it the American Spring. Maybe this is what the Fema boxcars are for.



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    I just don't get it in the seventies we wanted to grow our hair long (at least the men), burn our bras (the women did anyway) and smoke pot but today the kids can do all that with their parents permission. Not only that but the pot smokers and bomb throwers are now running the government. So what do they have to protest about.

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    Seems to be getting worse in NYC... "Occupy Wall Street" Protests...

    NEW YORK (AP) — More than 700 protesters demonstrating against corporate greed, global warming and social inequality, among other grievances, were arrested Saturday after they swarmed the Brooklyn Bridge and shut down a lane of traffic for several hours in a tense confrontation with police.

    The group Occupy Wall Street has been camped out in a plaza in Manhattan's Financial District for nearly two weeks staging various marches, and had orchestrated an impromptu trek to Brooklyn on Saturday afternoon. They walked in thick rows on the sidewalk up to the bridge, where some demonstrators spilled onto the roadway after being told to stay on the pedestrian pathway, police said.

    The majority of those arrested were given citations for disorderly conduct and were released, police said. Some protesters sat on the roadway, chanting "Let us go," while others chanted and yelled at police from the pedestrian walkaway above. Police used orange netting to stop the group from going farther down the bridge, which is under construction.
    Some of the protesters said they were lured onto the roadway by police, or they didn't hear the calls from authorities to head to the pedestrian walkway. Police said no one was tricked into being arrested, and those in the back of the group who couldn't hear were allowed to leave. "Multiple warnings by police were given to protesters to stay on the pedestrian walkway and that if they took roadway they would be arrested," said Paul Browne, the chief spokesman of the New York Police Department.

    Erin Larkins, a Columbia University graduate student at who says she and her boyfriend have significant student loan debt, was among the thousands of protesters on the bridge. She said a friend persuaded her to join the march and she's glad she did. I don't think we're asking for much, just to wake up every morning not worrying whether we can pay the rent, or whether our next meal will be rice and beans again," Larkins wrote in an email to The Associated Press. "No one is expecting immediate change. I think everyone is just hopeful that people will wake up a bit and realize that the more we speak up, the more the people that do have the authority to make changes in this world listen."

    More at the link above...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph The Carpenter View Post
    I just don't get it in the seventies we wanted to grow our hair long (at least the men), burn our bras (the women did anyway) and smoke pot but today the kids can do all that with their parents permission. Not only that but the pot smokers and bomb throwers are now running the government. So what do they have to protest about.
    The top 1% have money, they want that money (entitlement).



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