Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Occupy Wall Street videos

6 comments:

  1. I wish them good luck, but it won't be long before the 'Protectors of the Temples of Mammon' on Wall Street graduate from using tear gas, to rubber bullets, then the real thing.

    Excessive force which will be blamed on the protesters, when it was actually police agent provocateurs stirring up the shit and fomenting the violence.

    Or the same SOB's who were behind the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11 realize this democracy thing is getting out of hand and use some patsy, like that person who was going to fly model airplanes into the Pentagon or the one who sent a 'suspicous' looking white powder thru the US Mail and use that as another excuse to shred what's left of the Bill of
    Rights and while they're at it, shred a few heads.

    I get the feeling they're running out of ideas on how to terrorize 'We the People.'

    Model airplanes?

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  2. I didn't see this link on your page, maybe you've already read it, but if not, it's worth the time.

    "It Wasn't Muslims"

    http://www.takeourworldback.com/itwasntmuslims.htm

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  3. Hey Greg! Yeah, we'll see how things play out I guess...I could definitely see it getting violent. It already has in New York. I'm really interested to see how things play out in San Diego. The protest starts out here next Friday, and things are being organized and planned now.

    I just left this comment on Penny's blog, but you'll be interested as it relates to this:

    I just got back from the Occupy San Diego General Assembly meeting, which was held downtown in a small park. The first meeting was yesterday, and today's focused on where the occupation/protest was going to take place. Everyone was sitting around, discussing the pros and cons of each potential location civilly. Many people had done pretty extensive investigating, considering things like public bathrooms, visibility, accessibility (camping and staying overnight), feasibility, location to the financial buildings, ect. at various locations in and around downtown. There's a pretty decent amount of people seriously getting into this. It has potential.

    I'm more concerned with our demands at this point. Here's what I say:

    1. Arrest the criminal bankers, end the Fed, and erase the debt.

    2. Declare publicly to the world that 9/11 was an inside job done by criminal Zionists that have complete control of the US government, media, and private sector along with the state of Israel. End all wars immediately and end all foreign aid to every single country, especially Israel.

    3. Prosecute every single criminal involved at the highest levels first and foremost for the financial fraud and war crimes against humanity. That's basically everyone folks.

    I don't know if we're ever going to get exactly that, but this may be a start. I'll be participating. :)

    There's been talk here of holding workshops, discussions, teach-ins, ect., which I think would be great. I guess we'll see how things shake out...it's getting wild in New York. Rivero said that the only cops blatantly assaulting people were the "white shirts", detectives and captains apparently. It seems it's a bit worse than that, but I'm not there, so I don't know...

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  4. Yes, definitely read it. Good stuff, I'll add it to the already overwhelming amount of information linked under "Israel Did 9/11" proving just that! Thanks!

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  5. Glen Becks's The Blaze is one of the few internet news sites providing coverage and background.

    http://www.theblaze.com/news/days-of-rage/

    Who's behind Days of Rage?

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/seius-stephen-lerner-invokes-bill-ayers-days-of-rage-to-take-down-wall-street-this-september/

    History of days of rage. First Days of Rage led by communist agitators SDS and Weather underground. (Ayers, Dorn, Hayden, etc.)

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/guest-post-tracing-the-origins-of-the-days-of-rage-protest/

    Days of rage is another false flag.

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