Occupy Everywhere 2011

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Wow. what started out as flame carried by a spark from the "Arab Spring" turned into a conflagration that no one could of predicted. After so many generations of complacentcy, the US woke the fuck up. It has been a pivotal year of world-wide revolt against tyranny of every sort. Thanks for particpating and paying attention. Keep it up! 2012 will show the progression and focus to carry this further. Jan 2

Occupy Everywhere 2012

Jury acquits longshoreman in first disorderly conduct trial from labor conflict | Longshore & Shipping News Jury acquits longshoreman in first disorderly conduct trial from labor conflict | Longshore & Shipping News The six-woman jury deliberated just 12 minutes before acquitting Kelly Palmer, 44, of a charge of disorderly conduct for obstructing traffic. The gallery, made up largely of longshore supporters, burst into applause as jurors left the courtroom. “I’m relieved,” Kelly Palmer of Toutle said after the daylong trial.
TAKING A STAND!! – California Sheriffs UNITE in Support of the Constitution – #OWS #OcPo
Occupy London's 'Bank of Ideas' survives its day in court|10Dec11 Occupy activists squatting a disused UBS bank building in London, now known as the Bank of Ideas, scored a major legal victory today (Wednesday). The Court of Appeal granted an extended stay of execution to appeal a decision by the High Court which would have meant their eviction within 24 hours. This is a win for the occupiers, who can now continue to use the space for organisation and community projects. Occupy London spokesperson Naomi Colvin told Socialist Worker that UBS lawyers had effectively shot themselves in the foot. 'We've now been given seven days for further appeal,' she added. The process after this could take several weeks, meaning that the community artistic space could survive until the new year. Occupy London's 'Bank of Ideas' survives its day in court|10Dec11
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Occupy Melbourne 2.0 (The Consensus Minded Version) « Don't Want To Be An Emperor (Updated, due to OM 2.0 being approved by the 27th GA) 67 days on, Occupy Melbourne stands as a testament to The Occupy Movement as a whole. We have faced in our own way some extraordinary obstacles & still we continue to fight for our right to protest. Occupy Melbourne 2.0 (The Consensus Minded Version) « Don't Want To Be An Emperor
By David FergusonThursday, December 29, 2011 10:28 EST A protester associated with Occupy London was barred from boarding his flight home to Malaga for Christmas because he was carrying “anarchist” literature, according to a report in the U.K. newspaper The Independent. The demonstrator was kept off the flight because the pilot worried that he would distribute literature and “upset” other passengers. Police claimed that John Charles Culatto, 34, was “acting suspiciously” when he stopped to talk to other passengers. He was taken into custody as security officials contacted Ryanair, the airline with which Culatto has booked his flight. Occupy protester banned from flight home for Christmas Occupy protester banned from flight home for Christmas
‘Occupy Minnesota’ helps woman stay in her home By Andrew JonesTuesday, December 27, 2011 11:42 EDT Add another foreclosure fight to the list taken on by “Occupy Wall Street” protesters across America. In a video interview from Al Jazeera, Minnesota resident Monique White explained that the local “Occupy” group helped her stay in her home since November after home loan bank Freddie Mac threatened to evict her. ‘Occupy Minnesota’ helps woman stay in her home
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Anonymous Strikes Again! – Shuts down Florida Family Association website that targeted TLC’s show “All America Muslim” | Occupy Cyberspace – American Autumn
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‘Occupy Homes’ figure: Bank of America is one of the biggest criminals By Andrew JonesSunday, December 11, 2011 12:27 EDT After being in the middle of the Occupy Our Homes day of action earlier in the week, Alfredo Carrasquillo sat down for an interview on Up with Chris Hayes Saturday morning. Despite risking arrest for staying in a home owned by Bank of America, Corrasquillo was determined to keep his homeless family in the occupied house. “Bank of America has basically been one of the biggest criminals in history,” he said. ‘Occupy Homes’ figure: Bank of America is one of the biggest criminals
A Moraga woman is trying to take the Occupy movement mainstream. So she and her friends bought a full-page ad in the San Francisco Chronicle. What they printed came as a real surprise to some of the occupy protesters. The full-page ad told readers that the congressional super committee failed to reduce the deficit, but that there is a solution. "It started because a friend sent me an email," Marti Roach said. Occupy movement takes out full page newspaper ads Occupy movement takes out full page newspaper ads
Cuomo caves to protesters, will hike taxes on rich New Yorkers By Stephen C. WebsterTuesday, December 6, 2011 15:15 EDT After facing repeated protests over his resistance to raising taxes on wealthy New Yorkers, Gov. Cuomo caves to protesters, will hike taxes on rich New Yorkers
By David EdwardsMonday, December 5, 2011 10:23 EDT New York City says it has spent over $13 million on Occupy Wall Street protests, but the owners of Zuccotti Park can’t seem to scrape up the $139,000 in back taxes they owe the city. The city Finance Department told The New York Daily News that Brookfield Properties still owes taxes from 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. “That’s obviously ironic,” City Councilman Jumaane Williams (D-Brooklyn) noted. “Occupy Wall Street has been talking about economic disparity … and here’s Brookfield Properties, which has worked with the mayor to keep the messengers out, not paying their share.” Owners of Zuccotti Park owe $139,000 in back taxes Owners of Zuccotti Park owe $139,000 in back taxes
Occupy LEGO Land With the Occupy movement gaining ground, it comes as no surprise that interesting and creative works would pop up from virtually nowhere. Occupy LEGO Land is a tiny toy protest that is located within a larger one. These photos were recently taken by Scott Beale, founder of one of our favorite art and culture sites Laughing Squid, as he observed the main Occupy Wall Street demonstration at Zuccotti Park. The LEGO movement’s creative motto is “We must not be Lego ‘Lands’ - We must be a Lego NATION!” They even have their own Facebook page. Photos by Scott Beale for Laughing Squid via [Laughing Squid] Occupy LEGO Land
Wall Street Firms Spy on Protestors In Tax-Funded Center A CounterPunch Exclusive Wall Street’s audacity to corrupt knows no bounds and the cooptation of government by the 1 per cent knows no limits. How else to explain $150 million of taxpayer money going to equip a government facility in lower Manhattan where Wall Street firms, serially charged with corruption, get to sit alongside the New York Police Department and spy on law abiding citizens. According to newly unearthed documents, the planning for this high tech facility on lower Broadway dates back six years.
As protestors in the Occupy movement have been arrested or relocated by force across the nation, the anti-Wall Street crowd in downtown Los Angeles has remained relatively peaceful. Occupy LA's attorney, Carol Sobel, a solo practitioner in Santa Monica, Calif., who is co-chairwoman of the National Lawyers Guild's mass defense committee, said it's no accident that Los Angeles hasn't gone the way of the rest of the country. Occupy LA's lawyer says peaceful relations with LAPD are no accident
Where Does Occupy Wall Street Go From Here? November 22nd, 2011 1:51 PM By Michael Moore This past weekend I participated in a four-hour meeting of Occupy Wall Street activists whose job it is to come up with the vision and goals of the movement. It was attended by 40+ people and the discussion was both inspiring and invigorating.
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You've heard about the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York, Los Angeles, London, Toronto, Berlin, Tel Aviv and elsewhere around the world. But did you know that huge demonstrations have been taking place in Tokyo as well? We certainly didn't until a SOTT forum member sent us the details. The general lack of awareness of the protests in Japan is probably due to the fact that there has been zero coverage of 'Occupy Tokyo' - which has grown out of the country's large (and growing) grassroots anti-nuclear movement - in Japan's mainstream media. Several large demonstrations have taken place all over Japan in recent months, especially in Tokyo. Occupy Tokyo: Mass demonstrations go unreported by Japanese media
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Occupy Davis: UC Davis chief launches probe into pepper-spraying of protesters
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Fear: American style
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Former Poet Laureate Robert Hass Clubbed By Police At UC Berkeley
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UC Davis Police Pepper-Spray Seated Students In Occupy Dispute (VIDEO) (UPDATES)
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Robert Reich Speaks At Occupy Cal at UC Berkeley by The Daily Californian on SoundCloud
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Occupy Wall Street supporters buy tv ad time
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Koch Group Gathering Disrupted by Occupy DC Protesters; Things Get Tense as Activists Surround Building
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Protesters occupy Sen. Mitch McConnell’s office
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1000 Americans Spell Out "TAX THE 1%" on San Francisco Beach
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Marine Vet at #OccupyWallStreet Tells Sean Hannity to "F**k Off"
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New York cops defy order to arrest hundreds of ‘Occupy Albany’ protesters
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Bo Diddley Jr. Arrested @ Bo Diddley Plaza
#OCCUPYWALLSTREET WINS! Bloomberg backs down, protestors stay in park
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When Being Rich Makes Us Poor, People Should Occupy Wall Street | Truthout
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Geraldo flees ‘Occupy Wall St.’ as protesters chant, ‘Fox News lies!’
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Demands of the Occupation

Declaration of the Occupation of New York City | NYC General Assembly
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