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Occupy Philadelphia

We will be providing real-time updates tonight as the eviction orders for Philly and Occupy LA are carried out. You can view the Occupy Philadelphia live stream below, and read our real-time news updates directly under the video feed. Occupy Philly Flash Mob at Wells Fargo: All times listed are EST Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was the first capital of the union. ... Read More »

The Assassination of JFK

On this day, 48 years ago, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was struck down by a sniper’s bullet in Dallas. Kennedy was a United States Navy Officer and there is a naval vessel named after him. That sniper, for the historical record, was Lee Harvey Oswald. The assassination was dubious, to say the least, and a whole conspiratorial culture emerged.     The predominant ... Read More »

Egyptian Government Using Toxic Tear Gas

It is be reported by Egyptian activists and confirmed by doctors that the Egyptian government has been using toxic tear gas. According the Guardian there are 33 confirmed dead. 1500 have been injured. This is by far worse violence than that which overthrew Mubarak. “Witnesses said protesters had been hit by rubber bullets and suffocated with aggressive tear gas. Video ... Read More »

Shills, Shills Everywhere

We live in a time where sometimes it is very hard to discern fact from fiction. For me, this is a conspiratorial change that happened during the hyper intelligence activity of the Cold War, but the Cold War is always my issue, let’s make this about what it is. The shill is a grifter term used to describe a person ... Read More »

Egyptian Military Hijacks the Arab Spring

Over the course of the last three days violence has erupted in the streets of Egypt and there have been reports of people set on fire and at least 15 deaths in the last 24 hours. The people believe, rightly so, that Egyptian military has co-opted all their hard work in a constitutional coup d’état. “Earlier this month, the military ... Read More »

NYPD Internal Affairs

The first thing that I learned about the NYPD that shocked me was that they have their own intelligence department and their own people serving in the middle east as anti-terrorism agents. The second thing that shocked me, which a retired officer told me in Coney Island, was that NYPD has 34k officers. Ray Kelly, in an interview with 20/20, ... Read More »

Banking Industrial Complex Memo on OWS

  Chris Hayes from MSNBC broke a story today about a piece of memorandum issued by DC lobbying firm Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranfor to the American Bankers Association (ABA). The memo outlines a $850K strategy to discredit Occupy Wall Street. After the eviction from Liberty Park between Tuesday and Wednesday, Thursday’s soon to be historic Occupation of Brooklyn Bridge was the OWS ... Read More »

Occupy Wall Street Block Party

http://occupywallst.org/ Today is the international day of action. Protesters have been flocking to the financial district to disrupt its daily operations. Around the world protesters join in solidarity. CNN and Fox news are misreporting the numbers. Many retaliatory actions against OWS seemingly created over night. The national guard is on standby and there are reports that LRAD’s have already been ... Read More »

Martin Luther King Supports Occupy Wall Street

MLK’s “I’ve been to the Mountaintop” speech speaks volumes to what the Occupiers are going through right now. Stay strong revolutionaries! The time has come for an idea that cannot be evicted. MLK even addresses economic sanctions of banks. When president Obama gave the go ahead to “balance” the Constitutional rights of the peaceful protesters with the cities’ municipal health/safety concerns. ... Read More »

Occupy Wall Street Evicted

I have to give it to all the conservatives who yelled and screamed about privacy issues when the Patriot Act was passed. Ben Franklin said: “Anyone who trades liberty for security deserves neither liberty nor security.” Privacy is gone. We will never get it back. Partly because communication technology has reached a critical mass. But also because we gave our government ... Read More »

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