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An Invitation for the Weekend

Posted 3 years ago on Sept. 21, 2011, 10:27 a.m. EST by OccupyWallSt

You have fought all the wars. You have worked for all the capitalists. You have wandered over all the countries. Have you harvested the fruits of your labors, the price of your victories? Does the past comfort you? Does the present smile on you? Does the future promise you anything? Have you found a piece of land where you can live like a human being and die like a human being? On these questions, on this argument, and on this theme, the struggle for existence, the people will speak.

Come take the square with us at Liberty Plaza.

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[-] 2 points by spitfire (11) 3 years ago

Youtube is blocking some videos. They are putting up false errors saying you have to download the latest flash player to view videos.

[-] 1 points by Faldelah (5) 3 years ago

ALUTA CONTINUA - THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES STAND STRONG

Greetings and support from Cape Town, South Africa

[-] 1 points by Faldelah (5) 3 years ago

ALUTA CONTINUA - THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES STAND STRONG

Greetings and support from Cape Town, South Africa

[-] 1 points by Faldelah (5) 3 years ago

ALUTA CONTINUA - THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES STAND STRONG

Greetings and support from Cape Town, South Africa

[-] 1 points by Faldelah (5) 3 years ago

ALUTA CONTINUA - THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES STAND STRONG

Greetings and support from Cape Town, South Africa

[-] 1 points by Faldelah (5) 3 years ago

ALUTA CONTINUA - THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES STAND STRONG

Greetings and support from Cape Town, South Africa

[-] 1 points by humptvivacqua (6) 3 years ago

Power from the people power to the people Peace and love and global revolution now!

[-] 1 points by humptvivacqua (6) 3 years ago

I'm From Brazil. Campinas - SP

Power to the people

yeahhhhhh

[-] 1 points by theragingbull1984 (6) from Westbury, NY 3 years ago

wish i could be there, keep up the good fight. hoping this brings change soon.

[-] 1 points by Butterfly (2) 3 years ago

PLEASE KEEP THE FAITH. We will join you as soon as possible!!

[-] 1 points by mstressr (13) 3 years ago

Attorney Generals office NEW YORK CITY OFFICE 120 Broadway New York City, NY 10271-0332 (212) 416-8000

[-] 1 points by mstressr (13) 3 years ago

Eric Schneiderman, new york attorney general General Helpline: 1-800-771-7755 TDD/TTY Toll Free Line: 1-800-788-9898

complaint forms http://www.ag.ny.gov/bureaus/civil_rights/pdfs/cns001web_civil_rights.pdf

email NYAG.Pressoffice@oag.state.ny.us

[-] 1 points by JodyD (1) 3 years ago

I am coming Friday!!! Bringing friends!!

[-] 1 points by Bee (9) 3 years ago

I support your efforts and have been down to Zuccotti Park myself and plan to return. Thank you to all who have put themselves on the line.

But... this statement makes no sense. I have been a part of the movement for many years and even I can't figure out what you're trying to say. It has been frustrating to me that this effort is not more articulate.

[-] 1 points by SwissMiss (2435) from Ann Arbor Charter Township, MI 3 years ago

It's a protest against Wall Street corruption, the corruption that put this country further into debt, and is about the corporate greed, control, and hijacking of our nation and the abuses that our legislators are trying to impose on us. I didn't think it was that hard to figure out.

[-] 1 points by Claudeneye (1) from Berkeley, NJ 3 years ago

Wish you all luck! Brazil's with U!

(Our media don't even mention what's happenin' over there!)

[-] 1 points by Sara1977 (32) from Toronto, ON 3 years ago

We are watching in Toronto, Canada.

We are your witnesses. Don't back down!

[-] 1 points by spitfire (11) 3 years ago

The WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING! Protesters need to start removing barricades and building body shields!

[-] 1 points by mstressr (13) 3 years ago

If you start pulling barricades it will give the cops ammunition to break up more of the protest.

[-] 2 points by mstressr (13) 3 years ago

It might be better to take the higher ground on this one. Keep the protest mobile and keep the cops a few steps behind.

[-] 1 points by bumper (2) 3 years ago

I agree that we need to take the literal higher ground which is outside the cages of Wall St. The cops can do whatever they want to us in there! And it's not disrupting anything inside the barricades because they herd us into a particular sidewalk section and direct pedestrians to the other side. Stay mobile, quick, and compact to get the run-around on the cops.

Although since the direct action working group came up with guidelines for marches, there haven't been as many arrests at the marches!

[-] 1 points by spitfire (11) 3 years ago

I have been all over the web looking for info about this protest and frustrated how much information is being blocked and down played. We need to SUPPORT THIS!!! now is the time. This includes us all and we ALL have a responsiblility.

[-] 1 points by SwissMiss (2435) from Ann Arbor Charter Township, MI 3 years ago

The fact that the info about it is being blocked and that people have been saying that if they try to send e-mails about this event from certain e-mail servers, their e-mails are blocked, just solidifies the need for this!!!! Even when WE THE PEOPLE try to organize and bring down the greed, corporate criminals, corruption, control.... they try to deny US!!!!

[-] 1 points by RainxDog (7) from Oklahoma City, OK 3 years ago

I'm trying to make my way to WS. Anyone else doing the same (or if your willing to give someone a ride) should take a look here:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Carpool-to-Occupy-Wallstreet/222614057794752

[-] 1 points by mstressr (13) 3 years ago

Shock and awe policy of the police? Why is the counterterrorism department on the scene? Hold them responsible! Who authorized excessive police presence? Why is a tarp a violation of sanitary conditions? Don't give in, the whole world is watching!

[-] 1 points by SwissMiss (2435) from Ann Arbor Charter Township, MI 3 years ago

Agreed!!!!

[-] 1 points by mstressr (13) 3 years ago

How can we find out who is in charge of authorizing police policy around the protest? It would be productive to flood someone's office with phone calls and protestors. The police violence is all being recorded.....evidence.

[-] 1 points by SwissMiss (2435) from Ann Arbor Charter Township, MI 3 years ago

And they are denying citizens of their Constitutional rights to peacably assemble and protest. The cops are BREAKING THE LAW OF THE CONSTITUTION.

[-] 1 points by SwissMiss (2435) from Ann Arbor Charter Township, MI 3 years ago

I agree. I'm not sure, but if someone could contact the Governor's office or the State Attorney General, I'd think something could be done. I think the cops are being paid off by the criminals themselves. It just is too weird that the NYPD is doing this, when before, police forces around the nation were protesting with the protesters.

Continue recording the evidence.

[-] 1 points by mstressr (13) 3 years ago

Eric Schneiderman, new york attorney general General Helpline: 1-800-771-7755 TDD/TTY Toll Free Line: 1-800-788-9898

complaint forms http://www.ag.ny.gov/bureaus/civil_rights/pdfs/cns001web_civil_rights.pdf

email NYAG.Pressoffice@oag.state.ny.us

[-] 1 points by SwissMiss (2435) from Ann Arbor Charter Township, MI 3 years ago

Thanks!!

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