'Wall Street' protesters vow to fight on

Sep 25, 2011 Full story: New York Daily News 1,646

Some of the nearly 80 protesters rounded up by the NYPD at a demonstration in Union Square Saturday said they would continue to occupy Wall Street.

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Hmmm

New Rochelle, NY

#1 Sep 25, 2011
Hipster dooshbags.

“Slightly below above-average”

Since: Jul 10

arguably garrulous

#2 Sep 26, 2011
Hmmm wrote:
Hipster dooshbags.
Well put!

“2014 ! The Bar is Open !”

Since: Dec 07

Daytona Beach

#3 Sep 26, 2011
I guess greed is not good
Wake me when its over

Englishtown, NJ

#4 Sep 26, 2011
One good soaking rainstorm on a Saturday night and they're gone.

Or a long cold day in January.

Or Thanksgiving.

All these camera-gobbling "protests" end sooner rather than later.

Yawwwwwwn!!!
Eddie

Rochester, NY

#5 Sep 26, 2011
I bet more than 50% of them have no clue why they are there. Of course except that they are unemployed and have nothing better to do...
Chuck

Brentwood, NY

#6 Sep 26, 2011
Eddie wrote:
I bet more than 50% of them have no clue why they are there. Of course except that they are unemployed and have nothing better to do...
I am sure 100% of what you say is BS.
Chuck

Amityville, NY

#8 Sep 27, 2011
Dave

Amityville, NY

#9 Sep 27, 2011
Chuck

Bay Shore, NY

#10 Sep 27, 2011
Dave wrote:
Occupy Wall Street
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =YTB9hZMJ1PIXX
This is the only way they can get everyone to hear everything, as they are not allowed to use a microphone or megaphone. The human microphone, they call it.
Eddie

Rochester, NY

#12 Sep 27, 2011
Chuck wrote:
<quoted text>
I am sure 100% of what you say is BS.
I'm 100% sure you're unempoyed and haven't showered today
Eddie

Massapequa, NY

#13 Sep 27, 2011
Eddie wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm 100% sure you're unempoyed and haven't showered today
Maybe, but I'm 100% sure you love teabagging your sisters boyfriend.
Chuck

Massapequa, NY

#14 Sep 27, 2011
In recent years NYC cops have really changed for the worse. As the Village Voice showed in the NYPD Tapes series, the corruption comes right from the top: precinct heads routinely refuse complaints and downgrade serious crimes to lesser charges to make their reports and stats look better; stop-and-frisks are way up over the last few years and they're all about quotas; whistleblowers are harassed by internal affairs (and in the case of Adrian Schoolcraft, even carted off to a mental hospital).

The corruption comes from the top: Commissioner Kelly is a crook, and Bloomberg doesn't care as long as the numbers look good. They're both crooks. The entire downward arc of NYC police work can be traced back to when Bloomberg appointed Kelly. The fish is rotting from the head down.
I loathe New York

Englishtown, NJ

#15 Sep 27, 2011
Eddie wrote:
I bet more than 50% of them have no clue why they are there. Of course except that they are unemployed and have nothing better to do...
They could be working full-time for the city or the state. Lots of "personal days", lots of "Family Medical Leave Act". Doesn't even come out of their vacation.

How do you know how long anyone of them is there? They can switch without anyone knowing, or caring. Or overstay a coffee break. Or have their "significant other" punch out for them later.

The Rotten Apple and the Chicago Way - perfect together.
Chuck

Nesconset, NY

#16 Sep 28, 2011
It was finally confirmed that the NYPD detained a PBS WNET journalist for 9 hours during the “Occupy Wall Street” protests when he tried to to interview the women who were peppersprayed without cause
Eric

Nesconset, NY

#17 Sep 28, 2011
This protest is for everyone from the college kids in debt to their eyeballs with no job prospects, the out-of-work teachers who are watching their rights dwindle, the union supporters waiting for work, people who are laid off, the single parents who are out of options, the people who are ignored. We are all the 99 percent.

Their demands, our requirements for our society are breaking the chains that shackle us. We have only one demand: an ultimatum for a better life.

· Ending capital punishment is our one demand.

· Ending wealth inequality is our one demand.

· Ending police intimidation is our one demand.

· Ending corporate censorship is our one demand.

· Ending the modern gilded age is our one demand.

· Ending political corruption is our one demand.

· Ending joblessness is our one demand.

· Ending poverty is our one demand.

· Ending health-profiteering is our one demand.

· Ending American imperialism is our one demand.

· Ending war is our one demand.

If you agree with these and want to help, there are so many ways to take a stand against the 1 percent of America who is making all of the decisions that affect your life. Involve yourself and take it back!
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Piscataway, NJ

#18 Sep 28, 2011
Eric wrote:
This protest is for everyone from the college kids in debt to their eyeballs with no job prospects, the out-of-work teachers who are watching their rights dwindle, the union supporters waiting for work, people who are laid off, the single parents who are out of options, the people who are ignored. We are all the 99 percent.
Their demands, our requirements for our society are breaking the chains that shackle us. We have only one demand: an ultimatum for a better life.
· Ending capital punishment is our one demand.
· Ending wealth inequality is our one demand.
· Ending police intimidation is our one demand.
· Ending corporate censorship is our one demand.
· Ending the modern gilded age is our one demand.
· Ending political corruption is our one demand.
· Ending joblessness is our one demand.
· Ending poverty is our one demand.
· Ending health-profiteering is our one demand.
· Ending American imperialism is our one demand.
· Ending war is our one demand.
If you agree with these and want to help, there are so many ways to take a stand against the 1 percent of America who is making all of the decisions that affect your life. Involve yourself and take it back!
Anything you can do to distract yourself from understanding the truth that there were no commercial plane crashes on 9-11 is up to you. The war on terror is a staged fraud. Though keep focusing on something you can do nothing about.

There were no commercial plane crashes on 9-11. You DO have the ability to end the war on terror with the truth though you will choose not to.
Amerika

Hicksville, NY

#19 Sep 28, 2011
Occupy Wall Street Interview with Chris Hedges

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Piscataway, NJ

#21 Sep 28, 2011
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davy

Albuquerque, NM

#22 Sep 28, 2011
Said the freedom hating republicunt
Hmmm wrote:
Hipster dooshbags.
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Piscataway, NJ

#23 Sep 28, 2011
9-11 became the FIRST aviation disaster in world history in which a plane or plane crash was physically verified by witnesses and video. Before and after 9-11, the ONLY way to physically verify a plane crash is through debris with a serial number.

9-11 became the FIRST aviation disaster in world history in which NOT ONE single piece of debris had a single serial number. NONE of the black boxes had a single serial number. NONE of the voice data recorders had a single serial number. NONE of the flight data recorders had a single serial number. NONE of the wings were found. NONE of the engines shown on 9-11 had a single serial number. NONE of the seats were found. NONE of the tailsections were found. NOT ONE SINGLE PIECE OF DEBRIS HAD A SINGLE SERIAL NUMBER. ALL firsts in world aviation history and it happened FOUR TIMES on the same morning of 9-11 only. Why? There were no commercial plane crashes on 9-11.

Just like witnesses and video have never physically confirmed a UFO alien spaceship, why would the world use the same 'evidence' to verify the supposed planes of 9-11?

There were no commercial plane crashes on 9-11. Watch 'September Clues' online to get an idea of who those 'millions' of witnesses were.
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