In New York, David Rockefeller owns “the city”. In London, Evelyn Rothchild owns “The City”. A banner reading ‘Revolution’ is displayed in front of St Paul’s Cathedral in London. The City of London Corporation says it will resume legal action to clear the anti-capitalist camp outside the cathedral, after New York police took down a similar camp. This “Occupation” is crystalizing around the alleged property rights of the 1% who robbed us all, and the property rights of the 99% who were robbed. Its time to end the Terrorist Banker Occupations of our Nations and our Communities - all over the world. In China, the Communist Party is the 1%. In San Francisco, the Mayor who stole the election and Willie Brown are the 1%. Obama is the 1%, as are the G20 - 16 of which are the British Empire - which it’s self is the old Roman Empire, Knights of Malta, Knights Templar and all that crap. What is our one demand?

It is getting clear to me that we (the 99%) need to end private banks, and private banking. We need to replace our complete financial system with public banks, like the State Bank of North Dakota. We need these in every County and State in the USA, and our US Treasury must seize the Federal Reserve Bank. All over the world, people everywhere must seize their Central Banks, and end private banking. Every Central Bank is privately owned, and the 1% own these banks and use these banks as their shield to defend their thievery of our commonwealth and common law as well as our personal wealth and personal property. Our Bill of Rights and our Human Rights are now in conflict with the alleged Property Rights of the 1%. The time is here for a global Debt Jubilee, and the seizure of assets claimed by all the private banks.

We must organize to take the political and economic power away from the 1% and restore these “things” to the 99%.  Receivership works, but not with “their Judges”.  Their Politicians are corrupt.  Soft Corruption and insider trading is the same as organized crime, racketeering (with all or any of the elements necessary to imprison the 1% for 20 year terms) bribes, collusion, and the fraudulent conveyance of public property for private gain, self dealing, and antitrust, secreted and drafted in their board rooms and chambers, and then further shielded in “their Courts”.  We must awaken to the criminal nature of the Judges in all of this.  The Judges must be arrested and prosecuted for collusion. The Politicians must be arrested and prosecuted for collusion as well.  It is not the 1% who need to clean up our Parks.  It is us - all of us, who must remove the 1% from their castles (our future parks and museums) and estates and send them to prison for theft of the commons from our commonwealth.  Of course derivatives are fraudulent instruments of felony.  Of course the global banking and settlement system is organized terrorism, and organized criminal racketeering dressed up as politics and structured private banking processes.  Since fraudulent instruments (derivatives) are the basis of organized crime based on counterfeiting, and the presentation of counterfeit claims on real property, all the felons and the agents of felony need be arrested now.  We have whole governments who need to go to prison.  It’s time.  It’s past time.

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.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