Posted 1 year ago on Oct. 27, 2011, 2:53 p.m.
He ought to know.
Often times it is expected for the mainstream media to be incompetent in its reporting on certain issues. It’s especially obvious in the disconnect between what’s going on on Wall Street with the media questioning what the protesters are seeking. Or is it?
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A rash of reports of sexual assaults at Occupy Wall Street protests across the country has both police and activists raising red flags. Nearly a half-dozen assaults have been reported at Occupy camps, including three at the New York City protests, which have prompted protesters to set up a “women only” tent in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park to provide a safe haven.
Joining the Occupy Wall Street protests has its dangers.
By Robert F Beaudine
The no-fun brigade at the FDNY took all of Occupy Wall Street's gas generators this morning, leaving them without power or heat as an especially chilly weekend approaches.
Source: http://wearethe99percent.tumblr.com/ As the ongoing occupation of Wall Street by hundreds of protesters enters its third week — and as protests spread to other cities such as Boston and Los Angeles — demonstrators have endorsed a new slogan: “ We are the 99 percent .”
US citizens of all political persuasions are still reeling from images of unparallelled police brutality in a coordinated crackdown against peaceful OWS protesters in cities across the nation this past week .
On top of cold weather and logistical pains , "Occupy" protesters in Chicago last week dealt with an embarrassing stunt.
WHO ACTUALLY OWNS THE FEDERAL RESERVE AND WHY THAT MUST END Global Revolution 1: American Revolution 2: Day 25: Communication 1 11 Oct 2011 (g1a2d0025c1) Few questions of late have been asked more frequently or answered with less transparency than this one: The domain name for the official website is FederalReserve.gov, the ".gov" extension of which suggests that the Federal Reserve System (a.k.a. the "Fed") is part of the United States government and therefore owned by the American taxpayers.
Traffic backed up along Baltimore’s inner harbor last week as protestors from the “Occupy” movement waved signs and shouted at the passing drivers.
Henry Blodget purports to have no idea what the " Occupy Wall Street" protestors in Manhattan's Liberty Plaza really want. The NYT and other major media outlets are equally baffled, characterizing the movement as rudderless or downright loony. Even Mother Jones , the lefty pub named after a famous 19th century labor organizer, sniffs at what it describes as the demonstrators' feckless "posturing."
In the 1960’s an anti-war movement emerged that altered the course of history. This movement didn’t take place on college campuses, but in barracks and on aircraft carriers.