Saturday, October 15, 2011

"Occupy" coming to your town; The history of Bill Ayers, friend of Obama, What do occupiers want?; It is important to know just who occupies Wall St.; MSNBC seeks Kent State moment!

[Please keep in mind that the following is from the same Bill Ayers of which the following is written on]
1)During his undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan, Ayers became involved with the Students for a Democratic Society(SDS) and the movement to end the war in Vietnam.  [U/M must be so proud....]
2)He and several others founded the Weather Underground [a more violent SDS], believing the anti-war movement needed to use violence, if necessary, to achieve its goals.
3)Later that year, the group took responsibility for bombing several police cars in Chicago in retaliation for the killing of Mark Clark and Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party by the police.
4)By early 1970, many members of the group were in hiding, including Ayers. The organization was rocked by tragedy in March of that year when three members—Theodore Gold, Terry Robbins, and Ayers’ girlfriend Diana Oughton—were killed while making bombs in New York City.. Ayers participated in the 1971 bombing of the Capitol building and the 1972 bombing of the Pentagon, according to his 2001 book Fugitive Days: A Memoir.
5)Federal charges against Ayers and Dohrn were dismissed because of “improper surveillance,” according to an article in the Chicago Sun-Times
And he now writes:  Bill Ayers Wordpress posted the following, the first official, collective statement of the protesters in Zuccotti Park:
As we gather together in solidarity to express a feeling of mass injustice, we must not lose sight of what brought us together. We write so that all people who feel wronged by the corporate forces of the world can know that we are your allies.
As one people, united, we acknowledge the reality: that the future of the human race requires the cooperation of its members; that our system must protect our rights, and upon corruption of that system, it is up to the individuals to protect their own rights, and those of their neighbors; that a democratic government derives its just power from the people, but corporations do not seek consent to extract wealth from the people and the Earth; and that no true democracy is attainable when the process is determined by economic power. We come to you at a time when corporations, which place profit over people, self-interest over justice, and oppression over equality, run our governments. We have peaceably assembled here, as is our right, to let these facts be known.
1)They have taken our houses through an illegal foreclosure process, despite not having the original mortgage.
2)They have taken bailouts from taxpayers with impunity, and continue to give Executives exorbitant bonuses.
3)They have perpetuated inequality and discrimination in the workplace based on age, the color of one’s skin, sex, gender identity and sexual orientation.
4)They have poisoned the food supply through negligence, and undermined the farming system through monopolization.
5)They have profited off of the torture, confinement, and cruel treatment of countless animals, and actively hide these practices.
6)They have continuously sought to strip employees of the right to negotiate for better pay and safer working conditions.
7)They have held students hostage with tens of thousands of dollars of debt on education, which is itself a human right.
8)They have consistently outsourced labor and used that outsourcing as leverage to cut workers’ healthcare and pay.
9)They have influenced the courts to achieve the same rights as people, with none of the culpability or responsibility.
10)They have spent millions of dollars on legal teams that look for ways to get them out of contracts in regards to health insurance.
11)They have sold our privacy as a commodity.
12)They have used the military and police force to prevent freedom of the press.
13)They have deliberately declined to recall faulty products endangering lives in pursuit of profit.
14)They determine economic policy, despite the catastrophic failures their policies have produced and continue to produce.
15)They have donated large sums of money to politicians, who are responsible for regulating them.
16)They continue to block alternate forms of energy to keep us dependent on oil.
17)They continue to block generic forms of medicine that could save people’s lives or provide relief in order to protect investments that have already turned a substantial profit.
18)They have purposely covered up oil spills, accidents, faulty bookkeeping, and inactive ingredients in pursuit of profit.
19)They purposefully keep people misinformed and fearful through their control of the media.
20)They have accepted private contracts to murder prisoners even when presented with serious doubts about their guilt.
21)They have perpetuated colonialism at home and abroad.
22)They have participated in the torture and murder of innocent civilians overseas.
23)They continue to create weapons of mass destruction in order to receive government ontracts.*
To the people of the world, We, the New York City General Assembly occupying Wall Street in Liberty Square, urge you to assert your power.
Exercise your right to peaceably assemble; occupy public space; create a process to address the problems we face, and generate solutions accessible to everyone.
To all communities that take action and form groups in the spirit of direct democracy, we offer support, documentation, and all of the resources at our disposal.
Join us and make your voices heard!  /
[In random interviews by GBTV, the protesters said the following: 
1) I'm against my boss telling me how to do my job; a priest telling me how to worship God; a politician telling me what the laws are
2) I am against steel structures, corporations and capitalism
3) Debt and banks should be abolished
4)  I am for communism, anarchy, and primitivism
5) I am against rich fat cats paying far less in taxes than a poor person
6) I can't define the words credit and don't know what a stock is
7) 34% said Al Quaeda is no more dangerous than is capitalism.
OK - these really are useful idiots - useful to unions, anarchists, and anti-capitalists and their agenda. 
Real Clear Politics reports: Donny Deutsch discusses the Occupy Wall Street movement on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." 
"Obviously everybody is saying, they need to kind of clarify, they need policy issues -- 'this is what we want' as opposed to.... The other thing it needs, and I don't want this to come out the wrong way. If we think -- not needs but will happen -- if you think back to the late '60s, what is the most stirring image of all of the rebellion that happened. What do we remember? Kent State. Now, I'm not saying somebody has to get killed. What will happen, there will be a climax moment of class warfare somehow played out on screen that I think will -- the same way '9-9-9', if you will, kind of simplifies a message -- that articulates this clash. So, both the real clarification in terms of policy and unfortunately some imagery says to America, and I think those are the two things..."

For those too young to remember: According to Kent State shootings—also known as the May 4 massacre or, frequently, the Kent State massacre[2][3][4]—occurred at Kent State University in the city of Kent, Ohio, and involved the shooting of unarmed college students by members of the Ohio National Guard on Monday, May 4, 1970. The guardsmen fired 67 rounds over a period of 13 seconds, killing four students and wounding nine others, one of whom suffered permanent paralysis.[5]
Some of the students who were shot had been protesting against the American invasion of Cambodia, which President Richard Nixon announced in a television address on April 30. Other students who were shot had been walking nearby or observing the protest from a distance.[6][7]
There was a significant national response to the shootings: hundreds of universities, colleges, and high schools closed throughout the United States due to a student strike of four million students.
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