thepeoplesrecord:

Workers from the Athens central groceries market clash with police officers during a rally in front of the Bank of Greece in Athens April 6, 2012. Hundreds of workers protested outside the labor ministry and the Bank of Greece saying they have lost part of their savings in the national debt swap deal that formed a crucial part of Greece’s bailout.   via

(The Banks are now taking peoples savings and pension accounts)

"We need some public space and we will have public space necessary to protest." Occupy London looses battle for space to peaceably assemble. Case to go to the World Court on Human Rights.

Proposal for a Coordinated West Coast Port Shutdown, Passed With Unanimous Consensus by vote of the Occupy Oakland General Assembly 11/18/2012:

In response to coordinated attacks on the occupations and attacks on workers across the nation:

Occupy Oakland calls for the blockade and disruption of the economic apparatus of the 1% with a coordinated shutdown of ports on the entire West Coast on December 12th. The 1% has disrupted the lives of longshoremen and port truckers and the workers who create their wealth, just as coordinated nationwide police attacks have turned our cities into battlegrounds in an effort to disrupt our Occupy movement.

We call on each West Coast occupation to organize a mass mobilization to shut down its local port. Our eyes are on the continued union-busting and attacks on organized labor, in particular the rupture of Longshoremen jurisdiction in Longview Washington by the EGT. Already, Occupy Los Angeles has passed a resolution to carry out a port action on the Port Of Los Angeles on December 12th, to shut down SSA terminals, which are owned by Goldman Sachs.

Occupy Oakland expands this call to the entire West Coast, and calls for continuing solidarity with the Longshoremen in Longview Washington in their ongoing struggle against the EGT. The EGT is an international grain exporter led by Bunge LTD, a company constituted of 1% bankers whose practices have ruined the lives of the working class all over the world, from Argentina to the West Coast of the US. During the November 2nd General Strike, tens of thousands shutdown the Port Of Oakland as a warning shot to EGT to stop its attacks on Longview. Since the EGT has disregarded this message, and continues to attack the Longshoremen at Longview, we will now shut down ports along the entire West Coast.

Participating occupations are asked to ensure that during the port shutdowns the local arbitrator rules in favor of longshoremen not crossing community picket lines in order to avoid recriminations against them. Should there be any retaliation against any workers as a result of their honoring pickets or supporting our port actions, additional solidarity actions should be prepared. In the event of police repression of any of the mobilizations, shutdown actions may be extended to multiple days.

In Solidarity and Struggle,

Occupy Oakland

- In Oakland: the West Coast Port Shutdown Coordinating Committee will meet on General Assembly days at 5pm before the GA to organize the local shutdown, and to network with other occupations.

Media Blackouts in New York, of Occupy Wall Street.  There was an 11 month black out in the media on the election we just had in San Francisco.  I know.  I was blacked out.  The Media Blackout in Greece is on.  Google the demonstrations.  The Rothchild news outlets, Reuters and AP, say there are 30,000 on the streets.  Really?  Where are the videos.  I am going to search Youtube and Vimeo.

5 minutes later: Nope!  Nothing on Youtube yet, not that is current.  The newest clips on Youtube are 2 weeks old.  Google and Youtube now use filters in the USA. 

The Aljizeera post is an old story - there is nothing - The Wall Street Journal has a story - so Murdoch is covering some news.  No one is talking about the fact that the new Greek Government was not elected - rather appointed - as led by a technocrat from the European Central Bank. 

Here is Reuters: http://ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCATRE7AE1CI20111117 

Occupy San Francisco welcomes Occupy CAL (Berkeley and Santa Cruz).  We are all the 99%

(Source: youtube.com)

The Greek Economy is a crime scene: Goldman Sachs stands holding the smoking guns in both hands, and Athens lays on the ground, shot and dying.  When will Goldman have to pay for the fraud?  Look at Athens!  That crime scene was caused by Goldman Sachs!

(Source: MOXNews.com)

LIVE FEED: http://www.livestream.com/globalrevolution
http://twitter.com/#!/search/%23takewallstreet
http://news.google.co.uk/news/story?pz=1&cf=all&n… 

.The US Day of Rage held despite police presence
Sun Sep 18, 2011 4:6PM GMT
Anti-capitalist protesters have continued their rally against U.S. corporatism in New York despite heavy police presence in the U.S. financial hub.

Protesters in New York prepared to bed down in Zuccotti Park, a park a few blocks away from Wall Street. Several hundred protesters remained after the anti-capitalist protest that began at noon on Saturday. The protesters had hoped to “Occupy Wall Street,” but were kept away by a large but benevolent police presence. Storyful

For months the protesters had planned to descend on Wall Street on a Saturday and occupy parts of it as an expression of anger over a financial system that they say favors the rich and powerful at the expense of ordinary citizens
http://www.presstv.ir/usdetail/199848.html
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BREAKING NEWS

MEDIA BLACKOUT ON DAYS OF RAGE PROTESTS?
September 18, 2011
(NATIONAL) — Some left of center websites and bloggers are not happy that there has been virtually no media coverage by the big corporate news outfits on the “Days of Rage” protests Saturday, yet by comparison every time Sarah Palin sneezes a national news story pops up, or so goes the argument.

"Most Americans are being kept in the dark about the US Day of Rage by the corporate cable news giants at CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC who have imposed a de facto blackout on the protest," complained politicususa.com in a story about the protests and lack of coverage.

The left of center website said even though estimates have varied from hundreds to as many as tens of thousands that came to Manhattan and others cities around the country to nonviolently disrupt the “disloyal, incompetent, and corrupt special interests which have usurped our nation’s civil and military power, spawning a host of threats to our liberty, lives and national security,” the three cable news networks devoted no airtime to the story.

The bigger complaint is, according to the website, that this sort of non-coverage of events that challenge corporate America is becoming all too familiar.

"In Wisconsin hundreds of thousands of regular people took to the streets each weekend to protest the theft of their rights, and were completely ignored by CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC. Sarah Palin’s Iowa tea party speech was 1/50 as big as the Wisconsin protests, yet she was deemed worthy of national media coverage," said the report which you can read here.
http://www.skyvalleychronicle.com/BREAKING-NEWS/MEDIA-BLACKOUT-ON-DAYS-OF-RAG…
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Anti-Capitalist Movement

This weekend, people converged on New York City and Wall Street for a new round of protests against international capitalism. The time is ripe for a rejuvenated anti-capitalist movement, given the global economic crisis, the expanding class war by the rich against the poor, and economic austerity measures being inflicted on working people. Even New York mayor Bloomberg is warning that economic riots are coming to the United States.

The Occupy Wall Street protest was called by Adbusters magazine and includes other groups.

*Protesters Converge on Lower Manhattan, Plan ‘Occupation’
*Wall Street Protest Begins, With Demonstrators Blocked
*Thousands to protest on Wall Street for US Day of Rage September 17, 2011
*Photos: Anonymous’s Occupation Of Wall Street
*Protests show disillusionment with Wall Street capitalism

Breaking: Anger boils over on the streets of Athens as tens of thousands protest over new austerity measures aimed at rescuing Greece’s ailing economy. Report by Jeremy Barnes. 

(Source: youtube.com)