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During peacefully Occupy Movement, police came in to tear down tents and proceeded to arrest students who stood in their way. Once students peacefully demanded the release of the arrested, a police officer unnecessarily pepper sprays the students to open a path for the rest of the officers
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oh my god THIS IS BEAUTIFUL. he’s maybe a little angry. And this is exactly what I mean about the Seattle protests, and about -all- the protests. MAYOR BLOOMBERG: MASCOT OF OCCUPY WALL STREET.
If I could show this to my dad, I wonder what he’d say. I only hope to some ears these words ring true.
LOL@ “THAT GOD DAMN BATMAN MOVIE!”
GET IT, Keith. No one ever talks about how Bloomberg, mayor of Wall Street, made all of his money on Wall Street. He serves that small section of New York and that small section only.
"It’s time to rock the nation, rock this occupation! Our communities need us. We are all leaders. How could we ask for anything less than the future?" A powerful video of the Occupy poem by acclaimed spoken word artist Drew Dellinger, ( http://www.planetizethemovement.org ) by award winning filmmaker Velcrow Ripper, set to the beats of Jef Stott . Shot at Occupy Oakland during the epic General Strike of November 2nd, 2011.
Bloomberg: press was kept out reporting on the eviction from Zuccotti park “for their own good”.I don’t think these words should ever be uttered by any leader of any capacity in a free nation. Also if you didn’t know, those whole property was safely cataloged and taken care of? lmao sure if you count a dumpster as fulfilling that requirement. Not only people’s personal property, but they threw into the dumpster more than 5,000 books they had collected for the library at Liberty park. Also a judge issued a restraining order against the city until a hearing could be completed, saying the protesters had to be let back into Liberty(Zuccotti park), Bloomerberg’s response is to say he can’t be sure if it exists or not, and the cops response was to let no one back into the park despite a restraining order from a judge ordering it. If you think this along with Bloomberg’s position on media rights is pretty fucked up, and can’t occupy real life, occupy the internet with this message. We are not going away, like in every city we’ll be back in even larger numbers with more donations. Prepare for the Day of Direction action across NYC on Thursday Mr. Bloomberg (via oceanicsteam)