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September 17th, the rebirth of Democracy
Posted 9/16/11 , edited 9/16/11
The rebirth of patriotism and democracy, or a round about way to ignore the masses and let the entire world know the States is ran by a caste of nobility?

The link has all the information.

https://occupywallst.org/


Discuss.


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Here we go again. Let the battle start now!
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How do I government? lolol
Posted 9/16/11 , edited 9/16/11
Bless their gravitas. I'm Liberal, and I've noticed already that some in the Right Wing have put amazing spin into the agenda behind this. *sigh*
http://frontpagemag.com/2011/09/16/radical-rage-marxist-mob-plans-to-occupy-wall-street/
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...hmm oh wait
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wfJxBrn1cU
No matter who is power were fucked either way.
Posted 9/16/11
Whatever.
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i have a reason I don't care who is in power nor do I care what else happens in government anymore. We are going to be screwed either way .. a rebirth of democracy?? don't make me laugh liberals force their agenda on people with bs with food, cigarette bans, Then forcing feminist way of life on men there for cutting us down to beta pussies, then the cock suckers on the right want less government then tell what you can/can't do on the net/watch tv/listen to, mess around with woman's sexual rights etc they want to tell you when can/can't have sex. I don't have faith in this system nor will I ever.. sorry for the angst emo b.s. but there is no hope for us i leave you with this.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=814_1215886756

tch.. misread as usual being tired is bitch my mistake man however I still don't have faith in government, people on the other hand I still have faith in.
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I'm guessing this is a problem concerning Britain? Is it illegal to protest there or something?
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Keep your chin up to all those intending on participating, I salute you *salutes*
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FlyinDumpling wrote:

I'm guessing this is a problem concerning Britain? Is it illegal to protest there or something?


Hindsight, it affects the entire world. The United States is currently little more than a police state, and it'll continue to degrade into a more tyrannical, despot rule if something isn't done.

In a way this is our splintering from Britainny centuries ago. We wanted freedom from the nobility and to be free of the heavy taxes. We wanted to be more then expendable peasants, no opinion or rights besides being graced with the thankless duty of supporting a monarchy.

You should read the articles and blogs in the link. As it states the protests are fully within the constitutional rights. they are safe and clean,. and has, so far, remained so. civilians of the Unied states were given the right to protest as a part of free speech. Yet, protesters have been arrested.

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hence my other post, I am not surprised at all.. still what where protesting??? Was it a tea-party or some other protest?? No matter how much I agree or disagree with a persons point of view we have right to do that... heh well can't I am surprised.
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hence my other post, I am not surprised at all.. still what where protesting??? Was it a tea-party or some other protest?? No matter how much I agree or disagree with a persons point of view we have right to do that... heh well can't I am surprised.


"Hence"? Don't justify overreacting. This is anything but a violent protest. Reading the articles would show you that. And I think the subtext would be obvious as to where they were protesting. Wall Street is where the protesters are gathering to "voice a single demand of pluralism".

Maybe you'd try a little harder if I told you Anonymous joined the bandwagon.
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oh oh .. heh.. now I know what's going on.. hell i feel stupid... sorry heh, well those who have money control but i like seeing wal-street knocked down a notch, being deluded in my personal fantasies as of late i have not watched or payed much attention to the news.

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Lauriet wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

I'm guessing this is a problem concerning Britain? Is it illegal to protest there or something?


Hindsight, it affects the entire world. The United States is currently little more than a police state, and it'll continue to degrade into a more tyrannical, despot rule if something isn't done.

In a way this is our splintering from Britainny centuries ago. We wanted freedom from the nobility and to be free of the heavy taxes. We wanted to be more then expendable peasants, no opinion or rights besides being graced with the thankless duty of supporting a monarchy.

You should read the articles and blogs in the link. As it states the protests are fully within the constitutional rights. they are safe and clean,. and has, so far, remained so. civilians of the Unied states were given the right to protest as a part of free speech. Yet, protesters have been arrested.

Isn't it illegal to protest without legal papers and a permit? I don't think anything is going to happen. If the court is wiling to fire a whole police county for striking they probably won't mind getting rid of a few more civilians.

Posted 9/17/11

FlyinDumpling wrote:


Lauriet wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

I'm guessing this is a problem concerning Britain? Is it illegal to protest there or something?


Hindsight, it affects the entire world. The United States is currently little more than a police state, and it'll continue to degrade into a more tyrannical, despot rule if something isn't done.

In a way this is our splintering from Britainny centuries ago. We wanted freedom from the nobility and to be free of the heavy taxes. We wanted to be more then expendable peasants, no opinion or rights besides being graced with the thankless duty of supporting a monarchy.

You should read the articles and blogs in the link. As it states the protests are fully within the constitutional rights. they are safe and clean,. and has, so far, remained so. civilians of the Unied states were given the right to protest as a part of free speech. Yet, protesters have been arrested.

Isn't it illegal to protest without legal papers and a permit? I don't think anything is going to happen. If the court is wiling to fire a whole police county for striking they probably won't mind getting rid of a few more civilians.



*facepalm*

I'm not going to explain this. Please, please expand you knowledge of with the following links and get back to me.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_state

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Despotism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedom_of_speech

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