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10-10-2011, 05:58 AM
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Down on Wall Street

October 3rd, 2011
Action Alert, Bank Bailouts, Blog, march, Occupy Wall Street, protest, Wall Street

Over the past two weeks, weve seen something unusual and promising: a gathering of people mostly young who are protesting the corporate power and coarse inequality that characterizes our society and economy. For two weeks, these inspired and inspiring young people, under the banner of Occupy Wall Street, have occupied our attention and camped out in Liberty Plaza. WFP staff have brought back exciting reports from a demonstration that gets more interesting every day.

We stand with them in their call for a more just and equitable society.

Its time to do more than just stand with these protesters. Its time to walk with them.

This Wednesday, October 5, we will join with allies in labor and community and environmental and on-line groups, tenants and homeowners, workers and free-lancers, musicians and teachers and subway riders and students and anyone else who is sick and tired of the greed is good mentality that is destroying our country. We will join the protesters for a Solidarity March. Starting in front of City Hall at 4:30 pm, well march down Wall Street to support the protesters and show the world that the spirit of Wisconsin and Tahrir Square is alive and well in New York City.

Can you join us for the march?


NO, but I stand with you.

We owe the Occupy Wall Street folks a debt (and we dont mean a collateralized debt obligation). They have put their bodies on the line, in the rain and the cold, night after night to say: Enough is Enough.

As the demonstrators settle in for the long haul, they need all kinds of support. Most important is showing up. But if you cant come out for Wednesdays march or any other events, you can help in other ways. They need some basic supplies to continue their occupation: sleeping bags, food donations, and simple sanitation supplies like garbage bags.

Will you be there on Wednesday?



No but Ill be there in spirit:


Standing in solidarity,

Dan Cantor
Executive Director, WFP


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10-10-2011, 06:03 AM
Jumping Butterballs, Once again LLW floods the board to bury the threads where he got his a$$ kicked.

Denial...they name is LWW........


10-10-2011, 09:30 AM
That was simply precious snoopy ... now, how about addressing the topic. That being that you licked the spoon clean of the spoon fed "GRASS ROOTS" lie only to find out the protesters are being paid.

Did I mention they were getting cheap drugs and free food as well?

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">The criminals are crashing the party.

Lured by cheap drugs and free food, creepy thugs have infiltrated the crowd of protesters camped out in Zuccotti Park for Occupy Wall Street, The Post has learned.

I got warrants. Im running from the law, boasted Dave, 24, a scrawny, unshaven miscreant in filthy clothes from Stamford, Conn. Im not even supposed to be here, but its as good a spot as any to hide.

Wanted for burglary, the drug-addled fugitive said some of his hard-partying pals clued him in that the protest was a good place to be fed, get wasted and crash.

Ive been smoking and drinking in here for eight days now, said Dave, booze on his breath and his eyes bloodshot as he lay sprawled on a tattered sheet of cardboard. I need to get some methadone. Every day, I wake up, and Im f--ked up.

Drugs can be easy to score -- a Post reporter was offered pot for $15 and heroin for $10. ...

Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/it_nyc_lam_sterdam_bmE4vlV5aDUWhBRv9IbaiK#ixzz1aOR HBcsu</div></div>