Why I think the Occupy Wall Street Movenment is misguided
Well, if you have read some of my posts from one week ago, then you would know that I am not in 100% terms with this moverment. If you recall 2009, the green movement was reaching a populist fase. Things become fishy when you walk into a Marriot Hotel and they claim that they are now taking the environment into account when one year ago they were in total denial. Just what kind of tricks were they possibly up to? Did they decide to make a profit out of the green movement since it was becoming so popular? The same applies to this movement, especially when you read that cats like Warren Buffet and Ben Bernanke are acting as financial supporters. Just what do you think is really going on? Check this article out.
Note: I am not against the movement, but I think it is being misguided. These protests have potential, but it could be that this will just be added to the list of popular trends, if you know what I mean.
Dude, why are you hating on progressive democratic action? If the movement is co-opted, then all of those who witness it (with similar values) will learn from it; and if it achieves its purpose, then it will be a success.
Btw, it has just started.
Why dont people just start rioting already geez!
go out and spend time with the occupiers..
i was going to post this in SHEiTED's thread, but its gone off the 1st page..and i dont really think he knows what cointelpro means...
i trust these researchers.. which makes it :/
hope these groups dont get full control, consensus is needed!
at the occupation where im at., our GA last nite was... good.. but people tried to hijack it with their own political ideology.. im sure theirs cointelpro/agent provacaters fucking with #occupy
i know their must be some westmidlands uk peoples in here.. come down to victoria square, birmingham.. show us some love.. or laugh at us..
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