Friday, September 30, 2011

Greetings from Occupied Wall Street,


Greetings from Occupied Wall Street,
Posted Sept. 30, 2011, 5:06 a.m. EST by

Occupy Wall Street has recently come into the media spotlight, not because of our political message, but because certain high-ranking members of the NYPD punched, threw, and stepped on peaceful marchers. Arrestees were handcuffed so tight their hands turned blue. Many of these people have yet to regain feeling in their extremities. A senior police officer infamously forced women into pens and maced them at point-blank range. While we vehemently condemn these abuses of power, we urge all who read this to remain focused on our intended message. Abuse of power is abuse of power. Whether perpetrated by Wall Street bankers or members of the NYPD, it is the duty of all citizens to oppose injustice. We condemn the actions of unprofessional police who used excessive force in subduing a peaceful march. But we are foremost here to oppose the growing power of the ruling class.

Let us also be clear that, when approached as individuals, members of the NYPD have expressed solidarity with our cause. It has been inspiring to receive this support. Over these thirteen days, we have learned that no one supports corporations’ disproportionate influence in the political sphere. We have learned that no one is in favor of evicting struggling families to the street while banks continue to profit. No one, that is, except the corporations and banks. We urge members of the NYPD to remain in solidarity with our cause. These men and women could lose their pensions and benefits during the next round of budget cuts. We ask that members of the NYPD treat all peaceful human beings with respect and care. This will be a great step towards reclaiming power for the working class. Those who profit off the suffering of others will held accountable. We are the 99%, and we are too big to fail.
Tonight we march to One Police Plaza.

Blogger comment:
Time for the liberals to stand with the masses and not Obama or the elites. He and Bush gave them billions of dollars, as you guessed our money and not that of the Bush dynasty or Obama family. I am willing to stand with the masses in America and offer my Taman Health plan if they would listen to my opinions and arguments. The elites were oppressing me since I was standing against their friends the tyrants of the Middle East and I am standing against the military industrial complex and the medical industrial complex. Time for the revolution in America a peaceful one. The Great American marines, police and firemen are the most to deserve to lead the revolution and stand with the masses. With fraction of money of what the elites have they defend the country and make it safe inside and outside. Their benefits and pensions are disappearing as those of the middle and the lower economic class. If we let the elite govern we will have the wicked Obama or another rich Bush in the white house. Time for revolution and time for large plan to take care of our health and long term care and pensions TAMAN HEATH PLAN.

Time for the good Jews to sand up and lead the revolution like they did over human history.

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