Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Apr 1, 2012.
From April 9-15 we will gather across America, 100,000 strong, in homes, places of worship, campuses and the streets to join together in the work of reclaiming our country. We will organize trainings to:
Tell the story of our economy: how we got here, who’s responsible, what a different future could look like, and what we can do about it
Learn the history of non-violent direct action, and
Get into action on our own campaigns to win change.
This spring we rise! We will reshape our country with our own hands and feet, bodies and hearts. We will take non-violent action in the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Gandhi to forge a new destiny one block, one neighborhood, one city, one state at a time.
We are the 99%. For the 100%. And this is our moment.
If you're the 99% your protest would have more attendees, sweetheart.
Wait, what? And why were they marching on the EPA?
Ah. "Truth! Liberty! We have cute alpacas!"
I guess all the old school failtard causes are re-branding themselves under the Occupy label these days. Ah well, as long as the alpacas behave themselves, that's okay.
Thank you for the updates on the American OWS activities anonymous.
Mr. Zeese counters that long-term social campaigns such as the civil rights movement unfolded over years and took many forms as they progressed.
I might be interested if they ever address Citizens United, or holding banks responsible, or the war on women, or ...
anything besides amnesty for illegals, feeding teh homeless and other bullshit issues I don't care about.
Fortunately, YOU aren't representing the 99%; though, despite your lack of compassion, you'll still be among the beneficiaries if the movement succeeds.
Maybe better to just STFU for now, "sweetheart".
Ron Paul 2012, amirite?
are you ever right?
No, totally left.
Love the tone of the "new" movement.
Pass me a black shirt and I'll join up!
How's this "spring offensive" working out guys?
Herro posting as anon? Say it ain't so.
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