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David Icke warns the ‘occupy’ movement

THE VERY WEALTHY POWERFUL INTERNATIONAL BANKING CARTEL BEHIND GLOBALIZATION AND MEGA-CORPORATIONS NEEDS TO BE EXPOSED

David, who also promotes Relocalization and/or decentralization, brilliantly explains where globalization is trying to take us. All of us will hate it if they succeed.

More folks need to get “street wise” pretty darn fast. Naivety is a very dangerous quality.

Occupy . . . everywhere

AMAZING HOW MANY YOUNG PEOPLE REALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT GLOBALIZATION AND THE BANKSTERS HAVE DONE!

From UK’s MailOnline:

Day of ‘Global Revolution’ comes to London as thousands of demonstrators take over the City

Includes a fabulous series of photographs that follows occupation movements from across the world.

The First Streetwise Revolution . . .

OR ANOTHER FALSE AND MANIPULATED DAWN? IT’S TIME TO CHOSE!

Thursday, 13 October 2011 12:08
By David Icke: www.davidicke.com

[David Icke comments on the ‘Occupy movement’]

Any ‘protest’, any ‘change’ or ‘revolution’ not founded on the list below – at the very least the list below – has got no chance of changing anything. These very pillars of the system must fall or they will block any transformation of the human condition. The system does not need to be tinkered with or even fundamentally changed (on the surface). The whole bloody lot must go … starting with …

1. An end to creating money out of thin air on computer screens and charging interest on it (fractional reserve lending).

2. An end to governments borrowing fresh-air money called ‘credit’ from private banks and the people paying interest on this ‘money’ that has never, does not and will never exist. Governments (and that concept must change radically) can create their own currency – interest free.

3. An end to private banks issuing non-existent money called ‘credit’ at all and thus creating ‘money’ as a debt from the very start.

4. An end to casinos like Wall Street and the City of London betting mercilessly on the financial and commodity markets with the lives of billions around the world.

5. An end to all professional lobby groups that earn their living and their clients’ living from corrupting the professionally corruptible – vast numbers of world politicians and the overwhelming majority on Capitol Hill.

6. An end to no-contract government in which mendacious politicians can promise the people they will do this and that to win their support and then do the very opposite after they have lied themselves into office (see Obama).

7. An end to the centralisation of power in all areas of our lives and a start to diversifying power to communities to decide their own lives and thus ensure there are too many points of decision making for any cabal to centrally control.

That is just for starters. There is so much more where that came from. What good will come from rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic? NONE.

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People are ‘fed’ up!

ACROSS THE COUNTRY MANY PEOPLE HAVE ACKNOWLEDGED THAT OUR COUNTRY “HAS BEEN LOOTED” BY THE FEDERAL RESERVE, WALL STREET AND THEIR PALS IN WASHINGTON!

There are many now recognizing that Washington can’t be fixed. The Executive Branch has been under the control of both the banksters and Wall Street for a very long time. Congress has been bought by 1) AIPAC and other 2) special corporate and banking interests.

An Open Letter to Wall Street
October 4, 2011
William Rivers Pitt, Truthout OpEd

Protesters, some dressed as zombies, walk the streets as part of the Occupy Wall Street protests, which began three weeks ago, in New York. (Photo: Damon Winter)

Before anything else, I would like to apologize for the mess outside your office. It’s been three weeks since all those hippies and punk-rockers and students and union members and working mothers and single fathers and airline pilots and teachers and retail workers and military service members and foreclosure victims decided to camp out on your turf, and I’m sure it has been quite an inconvenience for you. How is a person supposed to spend their massive, virtually untaxed bonus money on a double latte and an eight-ball with all that rabble clogging the sidewalks, right?

Your friends at JP Morgan Chase just donated $4.6 million to the New York City Police Foundation, the largest donation ever given to the NYPD. You’d think that much cheese would buy a little crowd control, but no. Sure, one of the “white shirt” commanding NYPD officers on the scene hosed down some defenseless women with pepper spray the other day, and a few other protesters have been roughed up here and there, and having any kind of recording device has proven to be grounds for immediate arrest, but seriously…for $4.6 million, you’d think the cops would oblige you by bulldozing these troublemakers right into the Hudson River. Better yet, pave them over with yellow bricks, so you can walk over them every day on your way in to work. Continue reading

US Protests Spread to 1000 Cities

Anti-corruption protests in the US, which started from the Wall Street in New York, have now spread to 847 1000 cities across the country, US activists report.

From PRESS TV (click on link for updated videos)
Oct 8, 2011

The “Occupy Wall Street” movement started its demonstrations about four weeks ago and it has continued gatherings until now.

As of Friday morning, the website “Occupy Together,” a hub for nationwide events in solidarity with “Occupy Wall Street” reported gatherings in 847 cities, Democracy Now reported.

On Thursday, activists kicked off the “October 2011” protest by occupying Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC.

Demonstrators protest against corporatism, unemployment, poverty and social inequality among other things.

They blame Wall Street practices and corporate influence on White House policies for the deepening US economic crisis.

“We need to stop investing in privatization. We need to start worrying about the 99 percent of the population. We need to start investing our money into social welfare programs,” one protester said.

The members of the Occupy Wall Street movement have vowed to stay out through winter.

Protesters use the slogan “We are the 99 percent” to call attention to the fact that they are not part of the one percent of Americans in possession of the nation’s wealth.

A young protestor that really understands who/what is responsible for the “Looting of America”.