Thursday, March 22, 2012

A Concern Of Liberty

And as far as I blogger know, today is Occupy Wall Street Day 188. And Occupy Wall Street and those global revolutions of a movement Occupy Together are still moving fast. And case you haven't heard as in those photos that find themselves posted above and those headline news of the day, yesterday was a 1,000,000 Hoodie March for Trayvon Martin - #millionhoodies, a tragic story that has been in the headline news lately. And guns are the worst invention ever. If only guns could be banished from every human being on planet earth. I am/we are Trayvon Martin. And yesterday was also an An Occupy Union Square March in response to the eviction of Occupy Wall Street from Zuccotti Park at the six month anniversary, the eviction of Occupy Wall Street from Union Square Park and the closing and curfew of Union Square Park for the first time since who knows when, or something like that. And it was seen throughout my travels in internetland such phrases and commentary as "You murder a kid, you get to go home. Protest a murder, you go to jail. #millionhoodies #OWS via a person" and "Protesters from the #MillionHoodieMarch knocked down the barricades that surrounded the Wall St bull since Occupy Wall Street started 6 months ago." And "+tompkins square park +Occupy Wall Street +trayvon martin. Heard on global revolution tv. union square park, nyc - "12am curfew, nypd kkk, f***k the police, don't start no sh*t wont be no sh*t, keep moving, the white shirts, the most high ranking officials in one place, roll call, officers mobilizing and heading this way, undercover officers, paddy wagons, buses, raids, lawyers, mass arrests, taxes, rows of police, over 500 police in the park(hugh?), riot helmets, exit the park announcements, lights, nypd, nlg, parks department, public space, occupiers and something about pensions...?" For what reason are there more police on the streets in the city of new york than people?" And what, if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State. Occupy Wall Street Worldwide.
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