Anonymous for President. Day of Rage Underway on Wall Street, Protestors Flood Downtown Manhattan With the “Arab Spring” protests of the past year or two serving as inspiration, Twitter and Facebook have been used to organize a large group of protestors on Wall Street and an “occupation” of Wall Street is currently underway. Twitter is currently also being used as a platform for non-attendees to weigh in on the controversy, with a steady stream of “for” and “against” tweets either lauding the efforts or dismissing protesters as about to get bored and seek a Starbucks on their iPhones or “burn daddy’s money.” Web activist groups and collectives including The Other 98% (an organization lobbying for corporate and top 2% tax reforms and the like) and the formidable Anonymous have been linked with the protests- more of which are occurring in satellite locations. One circulated statement urging participation said: “On the 17th of September, we want to see 20,000 people to flood into lower Manhattan, set up beds, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street for a few months.
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AnonOps Communications One account. All of Google. Sign in to continue to Blogger Find my account Forgot password? Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google "Occupy Wall Street" Today in NYC: A "Day of Rage" Kicking Off Our Own Arab Spring? Later today, activists will file downtown and set up tarps, tents and sleeping bags to being an "occupation" of Wall Street in protest of the financial and corporate hegemony. Their specific demand is for free and fair elections, ending big contributions and demanding that one citizen be allowed to contribute a dollar. But more generally, the aim of the protests is to demonstrate a "Tahrir Square in the West"--to show the powers that be that Americans are as stalwart and unyielding in their pursuits of justice as citizens who are taking part in the "Arab Spring." Here's the latest update from Adbusters, an organizer of today's events: Saturday's occupation begins at noon in Bowling Green Park. This should be an exciting movement to follow. Watch live streaming video from globalrevolution at livestream.com More info on Occupy Wall Street: Adbusters US Day of Rage
11 Things You Can Do to Help the 'Occupy Wall Street' Movement September 20, 2011 | Like this article? Join our email list: Stay up to date with the latest headlines via email. Editor's note: Today is the fifth day demonstrators have staged an "occupation" of Wall St. and other parts of lower Manhattan in protest of America's staggering economic inequality and the influence of big finance on our politics. As of Tuesday night, 16 people had been arrested. These patriot occupiers are fighting for 99 percent of us. Here's the good news -- you can help, right now today -- no matter where you are. 1) Spread the word -- there's something going on. 2) If you're in New York and can only spare a little time or money: bring American flags, cardboard, markers, water, etc. down to Liberty Park. 3) If you're in the New York area and have a day, a morning, an afternoon, go down there. 4) If you are a little ways from NYC, organize foursomes to go to NYC for the day. 5) Too far to get to NYC? 8) Move your money from a big bank to a credit union.
We Are the 99 Percent 14th October 2013 Question with 172 notes Anonymous asked: How can you claim to speak for 99% of people? We don’t claim to speak for anyone, we merely present stories. 14th October 2013 Photo with 186 notes I am 23 years old I am a female (not that it should make a difference, but apparently in our society it does…) From the day I moved out of my parent’s house, I’ve supported myself 100%, not because they don’t love me but because they can’t support my dreams financially. For over two years I schlepped 2-for-1’s and shots to pay for my rent, a used car, and tuition at a community college. Now I’m attending the University of MN and I depleted all of my savings just so I wouldn’t have to take out a loan this semester. I’m majoring in journalism, a profession I consider a civic duty. I am the 99%. occupywallst.org 14th October 2013 Question with 12 notes Anonymous asked: We are the 99 percent- Why don't we RECALL these extremist NUTS that are in Washington, DC.??!!!! 9th September 2013 Thank you!