Unions Join Occupy Wall Street
Even as movement ‘occupies’ other cities
‘The city’s most experienced agitators—the labor and community groups that typically organize local marches, rallies and sit-ins—have been largely missing from the Occupy Wall Street protest that is in its 13th day at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan.
‘But that’s about to change.
‘A loose coalition of labor and community groups said Thursday that they would join the protest next week. They are organizing a solidarity march scheduled for Wednesday that is expected to start at City Hall and finish a few blocks south at Zuccotti Park…’
The Mystery of Greed Goes On
We Are All Sinking Together
Why are the policemen arresting the protesters who are trying to help them by pressuring the bankers who are financially raping everybody when it’s the bankers whom the police should arrest!?
The police grabbing, smashing, and spraying protesters on Wall Street are in the same boat we are. They’re losing their homes too, and suffering the same hardships as the people they are
suppressing, so why are they beating their equals and defending the bankers?
The Day Wall Street Took Over the White House
Yes, it really did happen. You are not imagining it.
Here’s the story of how, when and where the White House – and the US’s future -became captive to a few big Wall Street banks.
The Netflix Of Terrorism
‘Terrorist organizations are notorious videographers–particularly when it comes to uploading clips to the web to spread messages or recruit sympathizers. Now private company IntelCenter has assembled one of the world’s largest collections of streaming terrorist videos for viewing on demand.
‘The video archive, called IntelCenter Database: Video Component, contains approximately 15,000 terrorist and rebel-produced propaganda videos. According to IntelCenter’s Ben Venzke, the archive mainly contains video from “non-nation state actors, be they small or large, that are actively involved in bombings, kidnappings, shootings, insurgencies, and the like.” In other words: More FARC and al-Qaeda and fewer creepy, angry teenagers in their bedrooms. Users who subscribe to the service can instantly watch the videos and search by keywords and (terrorist) content creators, just as they could on Netflix or YouTube…’