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May Day 2014

Posted 7 months ago on May 1, 2014, 9:52 a.m. EST by OccupyWallSt
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[-] 6 points by beautifulworld (22137) 7 months ago

Solidarity with workers all over the globe!

It's up to you, and it's your right, to take back the world's economy for the people!

[-] 3 points by DKAtoday (23961) from Coon Rapids, MN 7 months ago

Absolutely - as - apparently - it is not gonna happen by any ( ahem cough cough ) government 4 the people.

[-] 5 points by shadz66 (19985) 7 months ago

SOLIDARITY @ The 99% Workers Everywhere !!!

You ''have nothing to lose but your chains'' !!

A Very Happy & Peaceful May Day To All !

Please also consider :

''Public opinion polls regularly reflect left/right concurrence. From 70 to 80 percent of the people support a restoration of the minimum wage to reflect the erosions of inflation. Higher percentages want the "too big to fail" big banks to be broken up. Even higher numbers object to the non-prosecution of corporate crooks, especially those responsible for the Wall Street crash of 2008-2009 that drove the economy into a severe recession, cost savers trillions of dollars and led to a huge taxpayer bailout.

''Called crony capitalism by the right and corporate welfare by the left, there is a rising tide of revulsion against the rich and powerful freeloading on the backs of ordinary taxpayers.

''A left-right majority consensus has emerged in the past decade directed against Empire and unconstitutional wars. Conservative members of Congress such as Rep. Walter Jones, former Congressman Ron Paul and libertarian Cato Institute leader Ed Crane are strong in opposing this imperial overreach and the corporate interests profiting from such costly aggressions.

''There are latent majorities on numerous issues that do not see the light of day because the corporatists' toadies -- the political leaders in Congress -- make sure there are no hearings, no floor debates or votes. Predictably, pollsters do not poll questions that are not on the table, such as long-time majority support for full Medicare for everybody, so the public is kept from having its voice reflected. By the same token, politicians, marinated in commercial campaign money, do not campaign on these convergences between the left and right.

''It is a neglected responsibility of the mainstream media to expand reporting on left/right concurrences, especially where they move into action around the country. It is our responsibility as citizens to more visibly surface these agreements into a new wave of political reform. Guess what? It starts with left/right conversations where we live and work. Not even corporatists can stop you from getting that train moving.'' from :

per aspera ad astra ...

[-] 4 points by shoozTroll (17632) 7 months ago

Beautiful day...............................:)

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