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Revolution 99 Updates: Call it what is… Fascism Folks, and it’s going to get worse

2012 April 27

cheap viagra canada width=”150″ height=”150″ />Banks cooperate to track Occupy protesters
The world’s biggest banks are working with one another and police to gather intelligence as protesters try to rejuvenate the Occupy Wall Street movement with May demonstrations, industry security consultants said.
Among 99 protest targets in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday are JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America offices, said Marisa Holmes, a member of Occupy’s May Day planning committee.
Events are scheduled in more than 115 cities, including an effort to shut down the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, where Wells Fargo investors relied on police to get past protests at their annual meeting this week.
“Our goal is to kick off the spring offensive and go directly to where the financial elite play and plan,” she said.
After evictions and arrests from Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park to London that began last year, the movement against income inequality and corporate abuse will regain strength, said Brian McNary, director of global risk at Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations. More…

85 arrested as Canadian students protest tuition
The Quebec government withdrew its offer Thursday to resume talks with university student leaders following the arrests of 85 people during riotous protests by thousands in Montreal over planned tuition hikes.
Windows of local businesses, banks and cars — as well as a police station — were smashed after talks broke off Wednesday between the provincial government and student groups over the planned tuition increase of $325 a year. Some protesters fought with police. Three police officers were injured.
Several thousand students took to the streets after the government excluded the more militant of the student groups from the bargaining table, accusing CLASSE of promoting violence. More…

Occupy Wall Street Re-Igniting On #MayDay : May 1st 2012!
5 months ago, police flagrantly saturated California students with pepper spray, during a PEACEFUL, Occupy Wall Street protest.
Occupy Wall Street Protester’s Freedom To Assemble
America has stood silent for too long, as the US government has gone about sweeping the Occupy Wall Street movement under the rug, not coincidentally in time for yet another “pivotal” presidential election season; pitting 2 politicians who quite frankly do not represent most American’s economic realities. Occupy Wall Street protesters chanted this week in NYC; “this is what democracy looks like,” a clever play to the fact that civilians gathering to display government dissatisfaction is at the core of FREEDOM itself, in REALITY, a place that sadly many Americans choose not to live.
The battle of the 99.999%, the battle of Americans who are struggling economically and institutionally, continues, despite generations of hard working Americans doing their part to build this great country, decade after decade…
That is why Occupy Wall Street has been re-ignited this week, despite setbacks and instigation this Winter, particularly on behalf of the mainstream media. Deceptive, disgraceful and demeaning tactics of the media, through rigid propaganda and blasphemy, have played into the dorment reality of Occupy Wall Street this winter, but as the Spring begins, the Occupy Wall Street movement may have just begun!
Today, in NY, Occupy Wall Street leaders are holding an assembly at the steps of the Federal Hall Memorial Building, the very birthplace of America’s Bill of Rights…
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Banks cooperate to track Occupy protesters
The world’s biggest banks are working with one another and police to gather intelligence as protesters try to rejuvenate the Occupy Wall Street movement with May demonstrations, industry security consultants said.
Among 99 protest targets in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday are JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America offices, said Marisa Holmes, a member of Occupy’s May Day planning committee.
Events are scheduled in more than 115 cities, including an effort to shut down the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, where Wells Fargo investors relied on police to get past protests at their annual meeting this week.
“Our goal is to kick off the spring offensive and go directly to where the financial elite play and plan,” she said.
After evictions and arrests from Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park to London that began last year, the movement against income inequality and corporate abuse will regain strength, said Brian McNary, director of global risk at Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations. More…
85 arrested as Canadian students protest tuition
The Quebec government withdrew its offer Thursday to resume talks with university student leaders following the arrests of 85 people during riotous protests by thousands in Montreal over planned tuition hikes.
Windows of local businesses, banks and cars — as well as a police station — were smashed after talks broke off Wednesday between the provincial government and student groups over the planned tuition increase of $325 a year. Some protesters fought with police. Three police officers were injured.
Several thousand students took to the streets after the government excluded the more militant of the student groups from the bargaining table, accusing CLASSE of promoting violence. More…
Occupy Wall Street Re-Igniting On #MayDay : May 1st 2012!
5 months ago, police flagrantly saturated California students with pepper spray, during a PEACEFUL, Occupy Wall Street protest.
Occupy Wall Street Protester’s Freedom To Assemble
America has stood silent for too long, as the US government has gone about sweeping the Occupy Wall Street movement under the rug, not coincidentally in time for yet another “pivotal” presidential election season; pitting 2 politicians who quite frankly do not represent most American’s economic realities. Occupy Wall Street protesters chanted this week in NYC; “this is what democracy looks like,” a clever play to the fact that civilians gathering to display government dissatisfaction is at the core of FREEDOM itself, in REALITY, a place that sadly many Americans choose not to live.
The battle of the 99.999%, the battle of Americans who are struggling economically and institutionally, continues, despite generations of hard working Americans doing their part to build this great country, decade after decade…
That is why Occupy Wall Street has been re-ignited this week, despite setbacks and instigation this Winter, particularly on behalf of the mainstream media. Deceptive, disgraceful and demeaning tactics of the media, through rigid propaganda and blasphemy, have played into the dorment reality of Occupy Wall Street this winter, but as the Spring begins, the Occupy Wall Street movement may have just begun!
Today, in NY, Occupy Wall Street leaders are holding an assembly at the steps of the Federal Hall Memorial Building, the very birthplace of America’s Bill of Rights…
Yesterday, more Occupy Wall Street protests occurred in Detroit, working in unison with Occupy Wall Street groups in NYC, which have seemingly remained “dorment” through the cold winter months and launched into FULL FORCE this Spring… More…
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