occupy wall street
The global events planned for Saturday can be classified into 2 movement categories.
#1. Supporters in over 700 cities across the globe join the OWS in solidarity.
#2 Global Meditation. (I suggest that we spend time visualizing the world we want to manifest.)
This is another reason why people's energies would be better spent urging their representatives to pass the Monetary Reform Act than they are marching on Wall Street. I'm convinced that passing this legislation is the single most important thing we can do to save our country from the banksters. http://www.themoneymasters.com/monetary-reform-act/
If you only watch only one documentary this year, this is the one I recommend. It answers so many questions as to how and why America is in the mess it's in today. Although the film was made in 1996, the future it describes is happening right now. Running time is 3 1/2 hours, but it get's right to the meat within the first few minutes.
I had the live feed http://www.livestream.com/globalrevolution open in one of my windows, but I wasn't really paying attention to it. All of a sudden, I noticed police clubbing protesters and spraying them with pepper spray. Then the live feed died.
Sorry, I thought I was witnessing a LIVE event, but it happened two nights ago. Gotta love the protesters for singing softly while their friends are getting beaten. Why isn't anyone talking about this?
Keith Olbermann Reads The Statement Released By The OWS General Assembly, Zuccotti Park, NYC.
Max Igan has a gift for explaining the system we accept as reality in such a way that it's easy to see the fallacy in our collective thinking. With Occupy Wall Street in high gear, his words are that much more relevant.
“The more they tell you how corrupt it is, the more people want to rebel. They don't realize that they're free. They don't need to have a revolution. What they need to do is realize that the system is fictional and stop complying with it... What we need to do is connect with each other. That's the point of the whole thing.” ~ Max Igan
Over 400 Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested while crossing the Brooklyn Bridge today. The protesters say that the police coralled them onto the bridge, while the police and mainstream media report that the protesters were deliberately obstructing traffic.
Someone from OWS said on camera that he saw a few protesters walking in the road, rather than taking the pedestrian walkway, which bottle-necked at the entrance. I can imagine how easy it would be for hundreds of people to accidently follow behind the few who took to the street instead of taking the walkway.
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