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« Reply #80 on: October 08, 2011, 04:33:25 PM »

Live stream moderators banned me for "END THE FED!" comments,the comments there are insane.like "we need the military on the street" "take all your money out of the bank"-on the Global revolution channel.This is what they posted to me. They stopped the channel and said:  


Canoby: I agree(agreeing with someone who said "no more of the END The FED Stuff"), no more of this End the Fed stuff. That isn't what unifies us, it divides many of us.
Canoby: We have one singlepurpose.. to support the Occupation on Wall Street and those all over the country and the world, but mostly to support the Occupation on Wall Street and those all over the country.[There was more but i couldnt get it.]

THEY DID NOT WANT PEOPLE TO HEAR OR SEE "END THE FED".



They stopped the chat and posted [above]this to me.The movement has truly been hi-jacked as we all knew it would be.
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« Reply #81 on: October 08, 2011, 08:33:12 PM »

Webster Tarpley on now---Occupy Wall Street Updates and Analysis--

Listen --World Crisis Radio
http://www.gcnlive.com/

MP3 available later tonight here:
http://tarpley.net/world-crisis-radio/

Webster's latest article--
http://tarpley.net/2011/10/07/occupy-wall-street-who-wants-to-hijack-the-movement/

Today's show: World Crisis Radio-10/08/11--The Occupy Wall Street Report is near the start of the show--
http://tarpley.net/audio/getfile.php?f=WCR-20111008.mp3
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« Reply #82 on: October 08, 2011, 08:57:19 PM »

Lest we not forget the website--ZeroHedge

Submitted by George Washington on 10/07/2011 17:10 -0400

Update On Wall Street Protests

http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/update-wall-street-protests

WWII Vet to Wall Street Protesters: “I Am So Proud Of All You People” 
WWII and Other Military Vets Support Wall Street Protest



A reader posted the following comment regarding the Occupy Wall Street protests:

    I am so proud of all you people who are showing your back bones, to stand up and put a stop to the Banking cartel, who is defining History, by insisting that We The People, use their Fiat Money system. Our Constitution states, that Only Gold and Silver shall be used as lawful Money. The So Called Federal Government, is really only to have Ten Square Miles, in which to conduct their so called wisdom to Protect the Sovereign States. But look at how much territory they call, Federal lands etc. We Have a rouge Government, which is completely out of control. Your movements of collective peaceful protests, are the beginning of the end for the crooked Fiat Money people. I am a WWII Vet, South Pacific Campaign. 94 years young, handy capped, from War Injuries. I want you to know from my Heart, I am so proud of each and every one of you. So Hang in there, your movement is just what this Country needs.

I’m not certain whether the reader is one of these gentlemen attending the Occupy Wall Street protests:



Corrupt Politicians As Enablers of Corruption

The Oathkeepers and conservative alternative media powerhouse Alex Jones also zero in on the Federal Reserve system as a core problem. As Oath Keepers notes in its announcement:

    Oath Keepers is planning to “Occupy The Fed Now!” and publicize this to remind the Occupy Wall Street people that the Fed is the source problem, without which the Wall Street criminals would be set back a hundred years. I will be posting our press release and a longer list of groups and orgs who will be joining Oath Keepers in this initiative.

    We are currently drawing up our press release regarding our own response to the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon, which will be Oath Keepers’ official statement. We are now planning an official Oath Keepers project which we’ve named “Occupy The Fed Now!”.

    Yes, Oath Keepers has seen the need to block the attempted takeover of the populist movement generally referred to as Occupy Wall Street.

    In an extensive phone conference on the evening of October 04, 2011, we heard from Oath Keepers who have attended Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Boston, Occupy Los Angeles, and Occupy Seattle. The overall consensus from our people at these rallies is that most people attending the rallies are very open-minded to the Oath Keepers mission/message, and that they are hungry for answers. Indeed, our reports indicate that many Americans right now are awakening, in droves it seems, and they are full of questions for which we have the answer – the Constitution for the united States of America.

While progressives might assume that the Fed has helped the economy from getting worse, or that the importance of ending the Fed is being overhyped, top economists and financial experts disagree. See this, this and this.

As I pointed out...

See article for full story--
http://www.zerohedge.com/contributed/update-wall-street-protests
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« Reply #83 on: October 09, 2011, 10:37:18 AM »

Latest From Webster Tarpley on Press TV

Mere Protest is for Wimps; Revolutionaries Are Into Taking Power
 — How Occupy Wall Street Can Create a General Strike to Dump Obama


Audio here:
http://tarpley.net/audio/getfile.php?f=20111008-WGT_on_PressTV.mp3

Video here:
http://tarpley.net/2011/10/08/occupy-wall-street-can-create-a-general-strike-to-dump-obama/
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« Reply #84 on: October 09, 2011, 12:22:05 PM »

Tarpley on Twitter--
http://twitter.com/#!/webstergtarpley

ABCNews gloats: no clear message from #OccupyWallStreet

-they could be forced to talk about-

#WallStreetSalesTax

#StudentLoanAmnesty

- wise up!

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#OccupyWallStreet albatrosses: General assembly, facilitators, working groups, consensus-result: after 3 weeks, not one fighting demand

Vanguard of #OccupyWallStreet is #NationalNursesUnited best US union fighters for #WallStreetSales tax-providing leadership in void-kudos!
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« Reply #85 on: October 10, 2011, 08:11:13 AM »

If you don't have specific a set of demands/goals, you will be manipulated and used by the elite that you claim to be protesting against.

The problem is that many "end the Fed' activists are themselves guilty of this, because they continually beg the question of what we should replace the Fed with without ever addressing it.

That may sound like nitpicking but it's not. Why? Because fractional reserve banking was around long before the Fed, and was the very reason why the rich and powerful bankers who created the Fed became so rich and powerful in the first place. Thus, "ending" the latter doesn't necessarily mean "ending" the former. And if you don't end the former (i.e., fractional reserve banking), then super-rich bankers will simply use their wealth and power to fill the power vacuum created by the Fed's abolishment with something even worse -- only this time on a global scale.

So as far as I'm concerned, chanting "end the Fed" all day long is the logical equivalent of saying over and over again: "Cut the weed off at ground-level! Cut the weed off at ground-level!"

Why I keep having to explain this is beyond me.
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« Reply #86 on: October 10, 2011, 08:16:20 AM »

The problem is that many "end the Fed' activists are themselves guilty of this, because they continually beg the question of what we should replace the Fed with without ever addressing it.

That may sound like nitpicking but it's not. Why? Because fractional reserve banking was around long before the Fed, and was the very reason why the rich and powerful bankers who created the Fed became so rich and powerful in the first place. Thus, "ending" the latter doesn't necessarily mean "ending" the former. And if you don't end the former (i.e., fractional reserve banking), then super-rich bankers will simply use their wealth and power to fill the power vacuum created by the Fed's abolishment with something even worse -- only this time on a global scale.

So as far as I'm concerned, chanting "end the Fed" all day long is the logical equivalent of saying over and over again: "Cut the weed off at ground-level! Cut the weed off at ground-level!"

Why I keep having to explain this is beyond me.

Well Geo, all that said, and please keep in mind this is not being said in a snotty, sarcastic, snarly way, because you raised a very valid point; what would you suggest that we replace the Fed with?
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« Reply #87 on: October 10, 2011, 08:24:30 AM »

Well Geo, all that said, and please keep in mind this is not being said in a snotty, sarcastic, snarly way, because you raised a very valid point; what would you suggest that we replace the Fed with?

What I've been saying for years in this forum we should replace it with: a debt-free Greenback system.

For details, please see the following thread:

       http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=98465.0

To understand why neither a gold standard or gold/silver standard is the answer, see page 7 of that thread.
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« Reply #88 on: October 10, 2011, 10:11:40 AM »

Oh man!  Roll Eyes

http://news.yahoo.com/democrats-seek-own-occupy-wall-street-movement-222048239.html

Democrats Seek to Own 'Occupy Wall Street' Movement
By ANALYSIS By RICK KLEIN— | ABC News



Occupation can lead to ownership, whether or not you want it.

The spread of the "Occupy Wall Street" movement was met with initial hesitation in both the Democratic and Republican parties. That might be an appropriate response to any protests that aim themselves squarely at the establishment, particularly those with goals that are diverse and diffuse as the current protesters' are.

But a consensus is emerging among Democrats that the "Occupy" movement is worth tapping into, even helping along and joining with in some instances.

"I support the message to the establishment," House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said on ABC's "This Week." "Change has to happen. We cannot continue in a way that does not -- that is not relevant to their lives. People are angry."

To Democrats eager for a liberal antidote to the Tea Party energy that lifted Republicans to power last year, the "Occupy" rallies that started in New York last month and have spread to cities nationwide are tempting to embrace.

Full propaganda--
http://news.yahoo.com/democrats-seek-own-occupy-wall-street-movement-222048239.html

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All of these protests must be crawling with CIA: spooks - agent provocateurs, and celebrity hacks trying to infiltrate this movement/event. This is exactly what Webster Tarpley has been warning against--if you don't have a clear set of demands you will be co-opted into "their" plan.

This would be an awful irony: Occupy turns into a pro Democrat re-election for the Wall Street puppet himself, aka Barry Soetoro aka Barack Obama...it's about as cruel a joke as his Hope & Change kool aid.
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« Reply #89 on: October 10, 2011, 10:22:05 AM »

I was just about to post this after reading it from yahoo news.  Most of the occupiers seem to have other ideas it seems but the handlers I believe can steer them if need be but only time will tell for sure.
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« Reply #90 on: October 10, 2011, 10:26:12 AM »

All of these protests must be crawling with CIA: spooks - agent provocateurs, and celebrity hacks trying to infiltrate this movement/event.

That's why I applaud Alex for launching Occupy the Fed.

I just wish he'd stop falling into the trap of using "Wall Street" and "free market capitalism" as though they were interchangeable terms, because they're not. To protest the former is not to protest the latter (despite what Federal Reserve insider Herman Cain would have everyone believe):

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http://www.prisonplanet.com/protests-both-conservatives-and-liberals-are-right.html

Protests: Both Conservatives and Liberals Are Right

Just Looking at Different Sides of the Same Coin

Washington’s Blog
October 10, 2011

The Occupy Wall Street protests are obviously targeting Wall Street, i.e. the giant banks.

The Occupy the Fed protests – led by Alex Jones, the Oathkeepers and other conservatives – are targeting the Federal Reserve. *

While some are trying to weaken these two movements through a divide-and-conquer strategy, the truth is that they are two sides of the same coin.

Specifically, the corrupt, giant banks would never have gotten so big and powerful on their own. In a free market, the leaner banks with sounder business models would be growing, while the giants who made reckless speculative gambles would have gone bust. See this, this and this.

It is the Federal Reserve, Treasury and Congress who have repeatedly bailed out the big banks, ensured they make money at taxpayer expense, exempted them from standard accounting practices and the criminal and fraud laws which govern the little guy, encouraged insane amounts of leverage, and enabled the too big to fail banks – through “moral hazard” – to become even more reckless.

Indeed, the government made them big in the first place. As I noted in 2009:

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As MIT economics professor and former IMF chief economist Simon Johnson points out today, the official White House position is that:

    (1) The government created the mega-giants, and they are not the product of free market competition

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    (3) Giant banks are good for the economy

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And given that the 12 Federal Reserve banks are private – see this, this and this – the giant banks have a huge amount of influence on what the Fed does. Indeed, the money-center banks in New York control the New York Fed, the most powerful Fed bank. Indeed, Jamie Dimon – the head of JP Morgan Chase – is a Director of the New York Fed.

Any attempt by the left to say that the free market is all bad and the government is all good is naive and counter-productive.

And any attempt by the right to say that we should leave the giant banks alone because that’s the free market are wrong.

The Federal Reserve and the giant banks are part of a single malignant, symbiotic relationship. Conservatives and liberals should unite in breaking up both.


* This is an over-simplification. In reality, many conservatives and people who would like to end the Fed are part of the Wall Street protests … and reining in the Fed is one of the central platforms of Occupy Wall Street.

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« Reply #91 on: October 10, 2011, 10:29:50 AM »

http://www.rense.com/general94/occl.htm

Has 'Occupy America' Already Been Controlled?
Rense.com
10-10-11
 
The vaunted 'Occupy America' movement...the salvation of our dying country?  
 
How about calling at least the many hundreds (thousands?) of 'protesters' in these two videos what they shamelessly and embarrassingly are:
Mind-Controlled Dupes.
 
The following 'Occupy Atlanta' video reveals the 'protestors' to be essentially drooling, shamelessly compliant IDIOTS.
 
See for  yourself...watch them ECHO CHANTING in utter Pavlovian obedience to their mind control 'facilitator' with the mic....
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QZlp3eGMNI
 
Incidentally, the older black gentleman to the right of the Kommissar with the mic is Rep John Lewis...elder civil rights statesman who had been invited to speak.  However, the mind control 'facilitator' kept invoking the mindless, hopeless throng to echo chant until, finally, Rep Thompson said something like 'To hell with this shit' and left.
 
AND...to prove this is apparently no isolated incident, here is a second video, this one from an 'Occupy Wall Street' New York demonstration which shows the sheep obediently responding to the same exact disempowering mind control techniques:  ehco chanting on cue just like the programmed saps in Atlanta...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkM3BBtc7N0
 
(For more on the agitator in this video, go here...)
http://djosiris.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupy-wall-street-affiliated-with.html
 
These pathetic, well-intentioned, clueless, misguided people are toast.  Done.  Finished as a genuine force for challenging evil, and for true INDEPENDENT thought and thinking.  
 
Notice how both men with the mics are using the same techniques to mind-control and dumb-down the assembled sheep who evidence the same individuality, thought and drive as a pile of ROCKS.
 
This is truly an obscenity.  How STUPID they appear...how laughable...how comically impotent...like little imbecilic nursery school children.  This is the best the 'resistance' America can come up with? Echo Chanting zombies texting and tweeting on iPhones, iPads, and Blackberries...truly a macabre and morbid sight to behold.
 
The 'Occupy America' movement has apparently, and predictably, been penetrated to its core by the very power base it purports to challenge.  
 
As these videos make profoundly obvious, IF these chanting monkeys are even close to being the norm, the controllers - and their cleverly inserted teams of agents provocateurs and psy ops assets - have absolutely NOTHING to worry about.

http://www.rense.com/general94/occl.htm

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« Reply #92 on: October 10, 2011, 10:34:11 AM »

http://www.henrymakow.com/occupy_wall_street_is_cointelp.html

Occupy Wall Street is COINTELPRO (Phony Opposition)


October 10, 2011
IMPORTANT:   Controlled opposition scam alert....The "OCCUPY AMERICA MOVEMENT".
 
It's everywhere!  Just like Arab Spring for North America!  and it's sooooooo grass roots and spontaneous!
 
[Editor's Note: The "tell" is the  publicity this is getting from the TV Networks who spin it as the Democratic Party equivalent of the Tea Party.]

by Richard Evans
(henrymakow.com)

COINTELPRO was the FBI acronym for 'Counter Intelligence Program'. COINTELPRO not only infiltrated domestic antiwar and civil rights protest groups, it also created them.  By 1968, the largest leading 'counterculture' groups were entirely FBI/CIA controlled.
 
In fact the leading 'Anti-Establishment' figures of the late 60's early 70's were outed years later as having been double agents for the CIA.

LSD promoter Harvard Dr. Timothy Leary;  feminist icon and co-founder editor of MS Magazine, Gloria Steinem -- who persists today as an icon of feminism.

COINTELPRO never went away, it got privatized.

ORGANIZED BY A SERBIAN OUTFIT  

OCCUPY WALL STREET and the OCCUPY TOGETHER MOVEMENT is the work of SERBIAN contract revolution organizers the CENTER FOR APPLIED NONVIOLENT ACTION AND STRATEGIES [C.A.N.V.A.S]  in Belgrade and it's field operative organizer company, "OPTOR!"

So don't you believe it when ABC says "Everybody and nobody are in charge...."  or the Guardian hints, "rumors persist the group "Anonymous" is behind the Occupy Together Movement".  

The cover story is that back in 1998 some college students at the University of Belgrade that were unhappy with totalitarian regime of Slobodan Milošević decided it would be fun to topple the Serbian government.  The smartest guy in the room, Ivan Marovic, allegedly dreamed up a grass roots strategy and they went to work organizing protests as OTPOR! which means RESISTANCE! in English.
 
The group was helped by the fact that the US and NATO started bombing the heck out of Serbia in 1999 accelerated the fall of Slobodan Milošević (below left) by 2000.  Western media hailed Marovic and OTPOR! as new age geniuses, but it came out later that Ivan Marovic's stragegy and program came from a Boston think tank's subversion manual, 'From Dictatorship to Democracy' by a Harvard Professor named Gene Sharp.

Hundreds of copies of the Boston manual were provided in the Serbian language by the Albert Einstein Institution - "a non-profit organization that specializes in the study of the methods of non-violent resistance in conflicts".

A documentary on Professor Sharp's global influence on the revolutions export, "How to Start a Revolution" was released in September 2011. It won awards at the Boston Film Festival and London's Raindance Film Festival on October 2nd 2011.  

Basking in media hype that OTPOR! had toppled the big bad Serbian regime, Ivan Marovic and his band of merry pranksters founded the CENTER FOR APPLIED NONVIOLENT ACTION AND STRATEGIES [C.A.N.V.A.S] .  It occupies an office building in downtown Belgrade, which plans revolutions and trains organizers in subversive strategy and tactics for money.  . The Belgrade office is nicknamed 'Revolution University'.  
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/02/16/revolution_u?page=full

PEELING THE ONION

Well, hold the bus. That's the story currently on the Internet, but it omits the same operation in the color and flower revolutions dating back to Czechoslovakia 1989. The VELVET Revolution.
Radio Prague history online:
http://archiv.radio.cz/history/history15.html

Word on the street in Prague was that there was KGB involvement getting it started, and we know there was CIA support and Western funding as well.  That may be a meaningful case in itself, and the history of these 'people's revolutions' mustn't be allowed to fall through the cracks of mainstream media.  OTPOR's being portrayed as the genesis of 'people power' but it was the baby on the block in 1998.    The news today is scripted for an audience born after 1987, evidently.

C.A.N.V.A.S.  even markets a computer game that teaches all ages how to start your own revolution called  "People Power".  Marovic said candidly in a documentary interview that the game was funded by one of the original backers of Otpor!  A previous version of the game was called 'A Force More Powerful'.
 
Marovic said he can personally train only 150 subversives a year, the game reaches tens of thousand at a price of ten dollars a download.   I've reviewed the game and attest it's a highly detailed simulation of how these export revolutions are organized, complete with 'establishment' reactions.

The so-called 'spontaneous'  'Twitter' Revolutions in the Middle East in February.  Who do you think is organizing the unemployed, uneducated, angry Middle East youth who are the brown shirts of these revolutions?  The Carnegie Foundation says the most wonderful things about them.

http://www.henrymakow.com/occupy_wall_street_is_cointelp.html
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« Reply #93 on: October 10, 2011, 03:33:07 PM »

http://twitter.com/#!/webstergtarpley

Webster Tarpley on Twitter--latest tweets--


Massacre in #Tahrir Square shows #OccupyWallStreet not to imitate #Egypt Create independent org&demands or be puppet of other forces #Obama

Who really is #AlexaOBrien reported pasionaria of #OccupyWallStreet ? Need full disclosure of funding institutional links, govt contracts

Beware #Adbusters media foundation of Canada slick manipulators of #OccupyWallStreet Who pays them? Demand: foundation operatives get out!
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« Reply #94 on: October 10, 2011, 05:45:27 PM »

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Call For Totalitarian Government, Re-Election Of Obama

There is something very wrong with this picture

Paul Joseph Watson, Prison Planet.com
Sunday, October 2, 2011
http://www.prisonplanet.com/occupy-wall-street-protesters-call-for-totalitarian-government-re-election-of-obama.html

Despite their honest intentions, many of the Occupy Wall Street protesters are being suckered into a trap and calling for the very “solutions” that are part of the financial elite’s agenda to torpedo the American middle class – higher taxes and more big government.

Watch the clip below in which journalist Adam Kokesh talks to Occupy Wall Street protesters.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFVR9Nv43J4&feature=player_embedded

10 min.
Wow! Talk about naive, hypocritical protestors.. do they even know why they're there?
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« Reply #95 on: October 10, 2011, 07:30:44 PM »

Wow! Talk about naive, hypocritical protestors.. do they even know why they're there?

It should be required viewing!

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« Reply #96 on: October 11, 2011, 10:34:58 AM »

Webster Tarpley on now---Occupy Wall Street Updates and Analysis

For the past two shows, Tarpley has been interviewing a guy from New York named "Eric" (not sure what his last name is) about what he's been observing and experiencing at Occupy Wall Street.

Here's a key eyewitness account that many Prison Planet Forum members seem blissfully unaware of:

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Eric:  "Who did we see at Wall Street? We saw -- first and foremost, of course, Michael Moore. Michael Moore shows up, of course, gets his face in front of the cameras. I will say, though -- and this is important to note, -- Michael Moore was not well received by the majority of the people there. I happened to be there when he showed up to film the Lawrence O'Donnell show for MSNBC, and I would say that at least 80-85% of the park went up in groans when they were told that Michael Moore had shown up."

Tarpley:  "Hahahah. That did not get on Olbermann."

Eric:  "Right, right."

-- World Crisis Radio broadcast, 10/1/11, 2nd hour

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« Reply #97 on: October 12, 2011, 01:59:27 AM »

I don't Know why but I woke up with search words in my head,
The OWS  protests just expanding and i read the facebook pages that have lots of talk
but now real solutions and the blind just come out and support us. with no end game plan laid out
to the masses.got me thinking.
This may be the outrage trigger that they thought the tea party would become
the problem was the tea party had very direct goals to hold to, yes they (or where)could still be co-opted.
With the loose control structure and openness lets say, Un-American groups.
with out a set goal to end their protest it leaves room to go on endlessly and spiral out of control.

http://www.infowars.com/operation-garden-plot-documents-published/
http://www.infowars.com/rex-84-%E2%80%93-your-internment-camp-awaits-you/
http://www.infowars.com/martial-law-economic-meltdown-and-executive-orders/
operation cable splicer


I woke up with many weird Ideas to search for many of witch I have Never heard of before
I'm no expert so i just wanted to put the reminder about what the system has in place if
SHTF and they want to move to end it.
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« Reply #98 on: October 13, 2011, 05:30:48 PM »

Occupy Wall St – Systemic Change Please

Economist Michael Hudson discusses the growing Occupy Wall St movement and the opportunities for banking reform.

Video--
http://michael-hudson.com/2011/10/occupy-wall-st-systemic-change-please/
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« Reply #99 on: October 14, 2011, 03:16:46 PM »

Banks Versus the American Dream
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atmVLBrON60


The Money Masters.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-515319560256183936&q=The+money+changers&ei=Zd4QSMjvB47YqAKQtJmzBA


They need to be handing out Money-Master DVDs at these things in mass quantities.  If anyone is going to go from here burn up a hundred or so.
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« Reply #100 on: October 14, 2011, 03:22:28 PM »

Banks Versus the American Dream
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atmVLBrON60


The Money Masters.

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-515319560256183936&q=The+money+changers&ei=Zd4QSMjvB47YqAKQtJmzBA


They need to be handing out Money-Master DVDs at these things in mass quantities.  If anyone is going to go from here burn up a hundred or so.

Freedom to Fascism is another essential one.

America: Freedom to Fascism - Director's Authorized Version (2 hrs)
http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=-1656880303867390173

RIP Aaron
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« Reply #101 on: October 15, 2011, 09:41:47 AM »


http://panafricannews.blogspot.com/2011/10/wall-street-sit-in-protest-goes-global.html



Wall Street sit-in protest goes global

2:00am EDT
By Michel Rose

MILAN (Reuters) - Protesters worldwide geared up for a cry of rage on Saturday against bankers, financiers and politicians they accuse of ruining global economies and condemning millions to poverty and hardship through greed.

Galvanised by the past month's Occupy Wall Street movement, the global protest began on a sunny spring day in New Zealand and is due to ripple round the world to Alaska via London, Frankfurt, Washington and New York.

Riot police prepared for any trouble -- cities such as London and Athens have seen violent confrontations this year -- but it was impossible to say how many people would actually turn out despite a rallying call across social media websites.

"I've been waiting for this protest for a long time, since 2008," said Daniel Schreiber, 28, an editor in Berlin. "I was always wondering why people aren't outraged and why nothing has happened and finally, three years later, it's happening."

New Zealand and Australia got the ball rolling while most of traditionally reserved Asia was quiet. Several hundred people marched up the main street in Auckland, New Zealand's biggest city, joining a rally in the city square where about 3,000 chanted and banged drums, denouncing corporate greed.

About 200 gathered in the capital Wellington and 50 in a park in the earthquake-hit southern city of Christchurch.

In Sydney, about 2,000 people, including representatives of Aboriginal groups, communists and trade unionists, protested outside the central Reserve Bank of Australia.

"I think people want real democracy," said Nick Carson, a spokesman for OccupyMelbourne.Org, as about 1,000 gathered in the Australian city. "They don't want corporate influence over their politicians. They want their politicians to be accountable."

Hundreds marched in Tokyo, including anti-nuclear protesters. Dozens in Manila, capital of the Philippines, marched on the U.S. Embassy waving banners reading: "Down with U.S. imperialism" and "Philippines not for sale."

The protests are billed as peaceful. But in a sign of what may happen, a group of students stormed Goldman Sachs's offices in the Italian city of Milan on Friday.

The students broke into the hall of the Goldman Sachs building in the heart of Milan's financial district. The protests were quickly dispersed but red graffiti was daubed on its walls expressing anger at Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and saying "Give us money."

Demonstrators also hurled eggs at the headquarters of UniCredit, Italy's biggest bank.

Italian police were on alert for thousands to march in Rome against austerity measures planned by Berlusconi's government.

SOMETHING HAPPENING HERE

In Britain, demonstrators aim to converge on the City of London -- a leading international financial center -- under the banner "Occupy the Stock Exchange."

"We have people from all walks of life joining us every day," said Spyro, one of those behind a Facebook page in London which has grown to some 12,000 followers in a few weeks.

Spyro, a 28-year-old who has a well-paid job and did not want to give his full name, summed up the main target of the global protests as "the financial system."

Angry at taxpayer bailouts of banks since 2008 and at big bonuses still paid to some who work in them while unemployment blights the lives of many young Britons, he said: "People all over the world, we are saying, 'Enough is enough'."

Greek protesters aligned with Spain's "Indignant" movement called an anti-austerity rally for Saturday in Athens' Syntagma square, scene of many rallies during the financial meltdown.

"What is happening in Greece now is the nightmare awaiting other countries in the future. Solidarity is people's weapon," the Real Democracy group said in a statement calling on people to join the protest.

TIME TO UNITE

Concrete demands are few other than a general sense that the "greedy and corrupt" rich, and especially banks, should pay more and that elected governments are not listening.

"It's time for us to unite; it's time for them to listen; people of the world, rise up!" proclaimed the website United for #GlobalChange. "We are not goods in the hands of politicians and bankers who do not represent us ... We will peacefully demonstrate, talk and organize until we make it happen."

In Germany, where sympathy for southern Europe's debt troubles is patchy, the financial center of Frankfurt and the European Central Bank in particular are expected to be a focus of marches called by the Real Democracy Now movement.

In the United States, the hundreds of protesters at Manhattan's Zuccotti Park called for more people to join them. Their example has also prompted calls for similar occupations in dozens of U.S. cities from Saturday.

In Houston, protesters plan to tap into anger at big oil companies.

Still, some analysts thought the protest momentum in some countries such as Greece and Spain was wearing out.

"More people agree with these protests than actually take part," said Professor Mary Bossis of the University of Piraeus.

Despite despair over austerity measures that have slashed wages and pensions and put hundreds of thousands out of work, the spark for sustained action was lacking, she said.

"There is anger, there is rage ... but what it takes to overturn the current situation is missing," she said.

The targets of the protesters' wrath are also unlikely to be around to feel it. The City of London, for example, is deserted at weekends as wealthy city workers head for the golf club, country house or generally enjoy a spot of rest and recreation.

(Reporting by Reuters bureaux; Writing by Angus MacSwan, Alastair Macdonald and Nick Macfie; Editing by Janet Lawrence)

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« Reply #102 on: October 15, 2011, 09:52:53 AM »

http://tarpley.net/2011/10/12/unchain-the-mass-strike/

Unchain the Mass Strike: Kick Out the Facilitators and Foundation Operatives,
Demand a Student Loan Amnesty Paid for by a 1% Wall Street Sales Tax


Download MP3 interview, Webster Tarpley on Press TV
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US using thugs to silence people

The “Occupy Wall Street”(OWS) movement emerged on September 17, when a group of people began rallying in New York's financial district to protest at 'corporate greed' and top-level corruption in the country.


The campaign has now spread to nearly 70 major cities, including Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Boston, as well as more than 600 communities across the nation. It is reportedly being supported through 'Occupy' events in close to 1,600 cities across the globe.

Press TV has conducted an interview with author and historian Webster Griffin Tarpley from Washington to further talk over the issue and get an analytical view point from him.

What follows is the script of the interview:

Press TV: Webster Griffin Tarpley, I'd like to get your reaction to some of the statements that have been made, examples as it has been said of the far right trying to frighten some of these protestors and everyday Americans.

Let's look at Congressman Eric Cantor inciting fear that it's the mob that is occupying our cities and then we had Glen Beck predicting that the protestors will come for you, drag you into the street and kill you. Why are you getting such reactions in your country as the examples I just stated and what do you make of that?

Tarpley: Part of it has to do with the tremendous programmatic weakness, the programmatic void of these demonstrations, the people running these things, and we know who they are, have insisted on leaving it all as a blank slate and naturally these reactionaries and proto-fascists that you mentioned are running to fill in the blanks, loony left and whatever else you can say.

I think this is the problem. This is a mass strike upsurge, and the problem with a mass strike upsurge is that the forces of the old order attempt to extend their social control over it and typically in the United States that means the foundations, that is the domestic counterinsurgency apparatus that Wall Street ultimately uses.

The foundation I think that has played the leading role here is Adbusters of Vancouver, British, Colombia, Canada and their operative or similar to them on the scene is a woman called Alexa O'Brien and they are ones who have imposed the idea that there should not be a program and instead everything has to go through this endless General Assembly that debates and debates and debates with filibusters and days go by and nothing is done.

They talk for hours about what to order for lunch and they have no demands and as long as it is a blank slate of demands, then these are the people who will come in. Now, a couple of examples on how this is dangerous: in Atlanta, their General Assembly did something, I think, was crazy and racist really.

John Lewis, of the Civil Rights Veteran goes back to Martin Luther King, who is the local Congressman, came to the Atlanta General Assembly and said I'd like to say a few words of greeting and they told him no. Their consensus was no. Now this is fundamental stupidity.

If you have a student-based demonstration, you have got to reach out to black working people and the way to do that is obviously not to insult one of their most respected representatives when he comes in twice to offer his support.

Second example would be important in Oregon. The people there say that the facilitators who actually control this thing, foundation funded facilitators in most cases, they say the government just is not to make decisions but only to have a satisfying discussion process, in other words, pure subjectivity for the people that are there and the public be damned, working people be damned and nothing for them.

The question is what are the fighting clash-based demands that you are willing to go for? Another one, this Nurses Union has been really the bright spot. It is called 'American Nurses United' and they have been agitating for what we can call the Wall Street Sales Tax, the Tobin Tax, the Transaction Tax.

You want to break the power of Wall Street? Great, tax them, their great advantages, they pay no taxes and above all they pay no taxes on their turnover and therefore the demand would have to be tax Wall Street one percent that ties it up in the package.

One of the demands that has come forward thanks to agitation by some of us is a Student Loan Amnesty to cancel one trillion dollars of high interest illegitimate student loan debt which is crushing the younger generation and I guess to put it together: have the Student Loan Amnesty now, cancel all those debts and pay for that so to speak with a one percent Wall Street sales tax, in other words, shift the burden of the depression on to Wall Street.

Doesn't it do any good to run around invading against the rich, making news very timid process demands about ending corporate personhood? This is not the problem with the American people. The American people want to know where is my job; how can I stop a bank from foreclosing on my house and stealing it? …

Press TV: This thing about silencing John Lewis, if we have a member of the Congress there being silenced, then what does show in terms of what is going to happen to the protesters out on the streets? How would the one percent want to use any tactics to silence? What kind of tactics would they use to silence the Americans and the protesters out on the streets?

Tarpley: With what they are using. They are using a bunch of anarchists and this Adbusters comes from the Situationist International. Situationist International was cooked up by NATO and the CIA back in the 1950s and 60s to overthrow General [Charles] de Gaulle of France who was the target at that time.

This whole apparatus of the General Assembly, the facilitators, the consensus, the voting, the human microphone; the leaderless group is a brainwashing technique; the human microphone is a brainwashing technique.

So what they are trying to do is they are sending operatives on the left cover to sabotage and destroy from within and unfortunately, a lot of the people who go to these things are very na?ve and they fall into it. What is needed is some kind of an organized force and I would hope trade unions would wake up to this maybe in the way that the nurses have.

Intervene in those General Assemblies, kick out the facilitator, go back to majority rule which is the only tradition we have here; majority rule and rights of the minority have to be respected and get a program…

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« Reply #103 on: October 15, 2011, 11:48:24 AM »

 Roll Eyes

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oct/08/bloomberg-occupy-wall-street-jobs?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487

Michael Bloomberg: Occupy Wall Street is trying to destroy jobs
The New York mayor says the protests are 'not productive' given the importance of financial services to the city's economy

Staff and agencies
guardian.co.uk, Saturday 8 October 2011

The New York mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has accused the Occupy Wall Street protesters of trying to destroy jobs in the city.

In his weekly radio show, Bloomberg said the protests against the city's financial services were "not productive" given the importance of the sector to the local economy.

"What they're trying to do is take the jobs away from people working in this city," he said.

"If the jobs they are trying to get rid of in this city – the people that work in finance, which is a big part of our economy – go away, we're not going to have any money to pay our municipal employees or clean our parks or anything else."

But Bloomberg acknowledged he was sympathetic to some of the protesters' complaints.

"There are some people with legitimate complaints," he said.

The protesters are angry about the 2008 Wall Street bailout that they say allowed banks to reap huge profits while average Americans suffered high unemployment and job insecurity.

Wall Street is the backbone of the New York state economy, accounting for 13% of tax contributions.

The protesters have been camped out in Zuccotti Park in Manhattan since last month, staging mainly peaceful demonstrations and marches, although there have been some clashes with the police.

On Wednesday, about 5,000 people marched on New York's financial district, the biggest rally so far. Dozens of people were arrested and police used pepper spray on some protesters.

The demonstrators are also campaigning against other social and economic inqualities in American life, including the gap between rich and poor, as well as what they regard as a corrupt political system.

The protest movement has now spread to other US cities from Tampa to Seattle, leading senior politicians to cautiously express sympathy with some of their concerns.

On Thursday the president, Barack Obama, and the vice-president, Joe Biden, acknowledged the frustration and anger of the protesters.

The New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, has also said he understands the anger being felt by the protesters but had to balance that with the economic importance of Wall Street to the state.

Full article--
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oct/08/bloomberg-occupy-wall-street-jobs?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487

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« Reply #104 on: October 15, 2011, 08:26:22 PM »

What are these people actually protesting for

They have OWS protests i Rome. What sense does it all make.

Its just Socialist International as usual
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« Reply #105 on: October 15, 2011, 08:32:03 PM »

the inequality must stop,” said Camille Rivera, Executive Director of UnitedNY

this is the nwo. guaranteed
they call for this over and over again
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« Reply #106 on: October 18, 2011, 06:04:56 PM »

http://twitter.com/#!/webstergtarpley

Latest from Webster Tarpley--

Dear #OWS: Take this good advice from the great Frederick Douglass:
"POWER CONCEDES NOTHING WITHOUT A DEMAND.
#OccupyWallStreet #Adbusters

The Facilitators Are the Counter-Revolution — Real Mass Leaders Must Organize a Coup to Kick Them Out
and Pass a Fighting Program of Class-Based Demands

http://tarpley.net/2011/10/18/the-facilitators-are-the-counter-revolution/

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« Reply #107 on: October 26, 2011, 09:28:23 AM »

OWS

Adbusters Caves to Mass Pressure,

Calls for Saturday Day of Action for Wall Street Sales Tax;
Mobilize Now to Demand No Cuts in Social Safety Net, Student Loan Amnesty, Foreclosure Freeze,
Nationalization of Fed to Create 30 Million New Productive Jobs at Union Wages


Webster G. Tarpley on INN World Report Radio
I.N.N. World Report
October 25, 2011
http://tarpley.net/audio/getfile.php?f=20111025-WGT_on_INN.mp3

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http://tarpley.net/2011/10/26/adbusters-caves-to-mass-pressure/
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« Reply #108 on: October 26, 2011, 10:09:05 AM »

Live stream moderators banned me for "END THE FED!" comments,the comments there are insane.like "we need the military on the street" "take all your money out of the bank"-on the Global revolution channel.This is what they posted to me. They stopped the channel and said:  


Canoby: I agree(agreeing with someone who said "no more of the END The FED Stuff"), no more of this End the Fed stuff. That isn't what unifies us, it divides many of us.
Canoby: We have one singlepurpose.. to support the Occupation on Wall Street and those all over the country and the world, but mostly to support the Occupation on Wall Street and those all over the country.[There was more but i couldnt get it.]

THEY DID NOT WANT PEOPLE TO HEAR OR SEE "END THE FED".



They stopped the chat and posted [above]this to me.The movement has truly been hi-jacked as we all knew it would be.

A young person we know, educated with a BS degree and now 30-years-old has these same attitudes.  I was shocked.

Ending the Fed was viewed as "what about all the people who have morgages and loans?  They have them because of the Federal Reserve.  What would we do without the Federal Reserve?"

I was told they anticipate violence to get things right as it will eventually have to come to that.  I was also told that I should pick out a target for when that time comes.

I was told killing foreign leaders like Gaddaffi was a good thing because they were oppressing a lesser group, and that is the way to handle it, go in and kill them all, in all the countries.

btw, this person works hard for Ron Paul's election and "loves him" -- go figure.

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« Reply #109 on: October 26, 2011, 05:09:06 PM »

There are going to be some goofs that come to the protests in NYC, but don't worry more people who are anti-FED are in the majority.

The gov't media just goes to the kooks to discredit the movement as a whole.  However the real Anti-FED/Anti-Banker movement is real I assure you.

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« Reply #110 on: October 28, 2011, 04:17:18 PM »

From Webster Tarpley--

http://tarpley.net/2011/10/28/last-tuesday-occupy-wall-street-endorsed-the-1-wall-street-sales-tax-and-became-a-real-threat-to-financier-power/

Last Tuesday, Occupy Wall Street Endorsed the 1% Wall Street Sales Tax and Became a Real Threat to Financier Power.
That Same Day, Big-Time Police Repression Started.
Learn the Lesson: Escalate Programmatic Demands Now!


Interview--
http://tarpley.net/audio/getfile.php?f=20111027-WGT_on_PressTV.mp3
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« Reply #111 on: November 03, 2011, 10:42:37 AM »

Webster Tarpley on Jeff Rense last night discussing OWS latest.

http://tarpley.net/audio/20111102-WGT_on_Rense.mp3
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« Reply #112 on: November 21, 2011, 04:32:55 PM »

Triumph The Insult Comic @ Occupy Wall Street 10 min.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-253uBJap8&feature=player_embedded

Parental guidance is advised. LOL at the bull bit. Grin
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« Reply #113 on: November 22, 2011, 03:15:51 PM »

First, Russian Newscaster Gives Obama The Finger, Next, President Gets Heckled At Home


Videos from Tyler at ZeroHedge-

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/first-russian-newscaster-gives-obama-finger-next-president-gets-heckled-home

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« Reply #114 on: November 22, 2011, 03:27:13 PM »

Roll Eyes

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oct/08/bloomberg-occupy-wall-street-jobs?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487

Michael Bloomberg: Occupy Wall Street is trying to destroy jobs
The New York mayor says the protests are 'not productive' given the importance of financial services to the city's economy

Staff and agencies
guardian.co.uk, Saturday 8 October 2011

The New York mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has accused the Occupy Wall Street protesters of trying to destroy jobs in the city.

In his weekly radio show, Bloomberg said the protests against the city's financial services were "not productive" given the importance of the sector to the local economy.

"What they're trying to do is take the jobs away from people working in this city," he said.

"If the jobs they are trying to get rid of in this city – the people that work in finance, which is a big part of our economy – go away, we're not going to have any money to pay our municipal employees or clean our parks or anything else."

But Bloomberg acknowledged he was sympathetic to some of the protesters' complaints.

"There are some people with legitimate complaints," he said.

The protesters are angry about the 2008 Wall Street bailout that they say allowed banks to reap huge profits while average Americans suffered high unemployment and job insecurity.

Wall Street is the backbone of the New York state economy, accounting for 13% of tax contributions.

The protesters have been camped out in Zuccotti Park in Manhattan since last month, staging mainly peaceful demonstrations and marches, although there have been some clashes with the police.

On Wednesday, about 5,000 people marched on New York's financial district, the biggest rally so far. Dozens of people were arrested and police used pepper spray on some protesters.

The demonstrators are also campaigning against other social and economic inqualities in American life, including the gap between rich and poor, as well as what they regard as a corrupt political system.

The protest movement has now spread to other US cities from Tampa to Seattle, leading senior politicians to cautiously express sympathy with some of their concerns.

On Thursday the president, Barack Obama, and the vice-president, Joe Biden, acknowledged the frustration and anger of the protesters.

The New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, has also said he understands the anger being felt by the protesters but had to balance that with the economic importance of Wall Street to the state.

Full article--
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/oct/08/bloomberg-occupy-wall-street-jobs?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487



NY is doing that with its high taxes, cynical people, the user culture, and its feminarcissistic culture.

Funny how Michael Bloomberg and Andrew Cuomo never address these job killing issues.    Angry Angry Angry

Anyone want to help the Constitution Party get on the ballot there ?
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« Reply #115 on: November 23, 2011, 10:39:35 AM »

Potent News: Dr. Michel Chossudovsky On OWS Movement & Libyan War

Video Interviews-
(1/3)

http://youtu.be/8fLDkilPSEs

(2/3)

http://youtu.be/gtgM7eLdRRI

(3/3)

http://youtu.be/z63jeEusOsU


Article--
Occupy Wall Street and "The American Autumn": Is It a "Colored Revolution"?
Part I

by Michel Chossudovsky

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=27053

Excerpt--
"Manufacturing Dissent"

At the same time, "manufactured dissent" is intent upon promoting political and social divisions (e.g. within and between political parties and social movements). In turn, it encourages the creation of factions within each and every organization.

With regard to the anti-globalization movement, this process of division and fragmentation dates back to the early days of the World Social Forum. (See Michel Chossudovsky, Manufacturing Dissent: The Anti-globalization Movement is Funded by the Corporate Elites, Global Research, September 20, 2010)

Most of the progressive organizations of the post-World War II period, including the European "Left" have, in the course of the last thirty years, been transformed and remoulded. The "Free Market" system (Neoliberalism) is the consensus of the "Left". This applies, among others, to the Socialist Party in France, the Labour Party in Britain, the Social Democrats in Germany, not to mention the Green Party in France and Germany.

In the US, bi-partisanship is not the result of the interplay of Congressional party politics. A handful of powerful corporate lobby groups control both the Republicans and the Democrats. The "bi-partisan consensus" is established by the elites who operate behind the scenes. It is enforced by the main corporate lobby groups, which exert a stranglehold over both major political parties.  

In turn, the leaders of the AFL-CIO have also been co-opted by the corporate establishment against the grassroots of the US labor movement.

The leaders of organized labor attend the annual meetings of the Davos World Economic Forum (WEF). They collaborate with the Business Roundtable. But at the same time, the grassroots of the US labor movement has sought to to carry out organizational changes which contribute to democratizing the leadership of individual trade unions.

The elites will promote a "ritual of dissent" with a high media profile, with the support of network TV, the corporate news as well as the internet.

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« Reply #116 on: December 01, 2011, 11:37:26 AM »

Press TV Interview with Webster Tarpley--

To Defend British Pensions, Impose a 1% City of London Sales Tax,
and Force the Bank of England to Provide Ł1 Trillion in 0% Credit for Infrastructure and Industry


http://tarpley.net/audio/getfile.php?f=20111130-WGT_on_PressTV.mp3

or Video on page--

http://tarpley.net/2011/11/30/force-bank-of-england-to-provide-1-trillion-for-infrastructure-and-industry/

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« Reply #117 on: December 03, 2011, 06:51:04 PM »

The POS chicken sH__t Oakland cops won't identify the SOB that shot the grenade at the kids head. :

Oh yeah a really brave POS won't ID himself . nor will his cop pig pals.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/30/scott-olsen-ed-schultz-occupy-oakland-msnbc_n_1120302.html
Scott Olsen On Ed Schultz: Iraq Vet Injured At Occupy Oakland Speaks Out On MSNBC (VIDEO)



Ed Schultz interviewed Scott Olsen, the Iraq war veteran who was struck in the head and critically injured by a police projectile during an Occupy Oakland protest, on his Tuesday show. It was Olsen's first live TV interview since the footage of his injury caused an international outcry.

Olsen is recovering from his head injury, but, as Schultz said, "there is still no official answer about what hit him that night or who launched it." Calling him a "tough Wisconsin kid," Schultz asked Olsen how he was doing.

"I'm doing better every day," Olsen said. "...It's not always been a pleasant process." In a sign of just how much the injury had affected him, Olsen's speech was still halting and sometimes garbled as he spoke. However, he said this was an improvement over his condition shortly after the projectile hit him.

"My brain was working okay, but I couldn't get words out of my mouth," he said. Schultz asked him how he felt to suddenly be an international figure of the Occupy protests.

"When I woke up in the hospital it was kind of weird to be a national news story like I became," he said. "It was a bit overwhelming, but I'm happy to step into these shoes and guide this movement and be somebody to look up to."
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« Reply #118 on: January 29, 2012, 11:32:19 AM »

http://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/scott-olsen-global-occupys-first-near-fatality-speaks/
SCOTT OLSEN, GLOBAL OCCUPY’s FIRST NEAR FATALITY SPEAKS

 January 4, 2012 at 10:29 (Activism, Civil Liberties, Class Struggle, Democracy, Dissent, Occupy Wall Street, Police Brutality)

Democracy Now! interviews someone who became one the faces of the global Occupy movement this year.

Scott Olsen, a 24-year-old former U.S. Marine who served two tours in the Iraq war, was critically wounded after being shot in the head by a police projectile at Occupy Oakland.

In a rare interview, Olsen joins us to discuss his life-threatening ordeal, his involvement in this year’s historic Wisconsin and Occupy protests.  ”They aren’t respecting our right to assemble, protest and redress our government for grievances,”

Olsen says of police repression of the Occupy protests. “They are terrorizing us from going out [to demonstrations]. That is a sad statement for our country.” Olsen also says he expects to rejoin the Occupy and antiwar protests as his recovery progresses. “I look forward to being a part of the 99 percent and Iraq Veterans Against the War in 2012,” he says.

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« Reply #119 on: February 04, 2012, 03:46:56 PM »

Howdy

I believe the global elite have stepped up their war on Iran plans to this spring because they fear the occupy movement's momentum.

The occupy movement is exposing the true crimes and criminals and how they pillage and destroy nations.  The occupation movement will head into high gear in the spring.  The global elite need their police state in place to deal with the occupy movement, so they will have to have martial law from some staged attack from Iran.

Just my thoughts.
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