(via deus--ex-machina)Source: egyanarchist
"NYC, March 24: Occupy Wall Street stages a protest against the suppression of the movement, and of police brutality, surveillance and infiltration. Demand are made for the resignation of Police Commissioner Ray Kelley and justice for slain teenager Trayvon Martin. 600 people rally in Zuccotti Park and march to Union Square, at times taking the streets. The NYPD responds with a huge presence, including mounted police and squadrons of motor scooters. At first they seem to avoid making arrests, then swiftly change tactics, sending in squads equipped with plastic handcuffs, and charging into the crowd to make arrests."
It makes me glad to see the Free Energy portion included. This is a critical factor that too few people are aware of at current IMO. Many free energy technologies have been developed and are being developed by independent inventors and physicists but they have been largely suppressed by the reigning Fossil Fuel Regime/Oil Cartel. But as this information continues to surface, we come closer and closer to shedding our dependence on outdated energy sources. Namaste.Source: oldenough2burmom
[Occupy Town Square IV]
“Occupy Town Square makes it’s Brooklyn debut with a stop at Fort Greene Park. There were lots of great organizations, teach-ins, skill shares, and the People’s Kitchen was there to keep us well fed. It was an amazing day full of beautiful people.”
An interesting perspective on OWS and the recent Million Hoodie March. The author, a black male, points out that “Just because a movement did some good doesn’t mean that it’s infallible.” I wasn’t at this action so I can’t really comment on what happened but I oftentimes find it useful to consider issues from as many different viewpoints as are available.