WOW What A Crowd We Could Have Had ….

September 16, 2012

It’s that time again… One year anniversity. I bet you don’t know “of what”? It’s the Occupy Goons and their shills in the Democrat Party. One year, it;’s a long time, so we need headlines so more mayhem. But the ever vigilant cops know the plan and are ready….

Due to their poor showing, who wants the modern day communists spiel anymore, we get it, Several Arrests at Occupy Wall Street MarchSo now they are marching around to appear bigger?

On the first of three days of events planned for the one-year anniversary of Occupy Street rched down Broadway from Washington Square toward Zuccotti Park, accompanied by a large number of police officers on foot, in marked and unmarked cars, and riding scooters.

It’s not hard to spot the media sympathies. And their ever popular chants…:

The marchers continued south, chanting “Banks got bailed out, we got sold out,” and “We are the 99 percent.”

Don’t you need money before you get an account at the bank….? just asking.

Here’s How Occupy Wall Street Came To A Sudden, Unexpected End Today

November 15, 2011

First, pressure on “Occupy” movements have been building for the last few days. Denver, Portland, and Oakland have all seen raids.

The police were very well prepared. EVERYONE, including media, was held several blocks away from the action.

Mayor Bloomberg has issued a statement explaining the need to balance the first amendment and public safety and health.

Send in the cop-cars — Roll the street sweepers:

NYC Street Cleaners

Hours after Zuccotti Park was cleared out, Mayor Bloomberg held a press conference to explain the city’s position.

In a nutshell, it’s this: Zuccotti Park protesters have the right to free speech, but they don’t have the right to limit the speech of others. In this case by “speech” he actually means actions or movement. Basically, the protesters were making it impossible for others to use the park, and that’s not fair.

He admitted that the majority of protesters were peaceful and orderly outside the park, but inside the park was a health hazard.

“I don’t feel bad,” said the Mayor. “We have to distinguish what we’re trying to do and what happened in other places…we’re letting them back into the park (without sleeping bags/tents)”…but he added that the city would not tolerate the park being blocked to others.

The Mayor took questions, and he gave the most telling answer when reporters asked him about the order protesters got from a Judge saying that they could return to the park with their gear.

Hizzoner said that officials had planned to let protesters back in at 8:00 AM, they even let about 50 people back in. But when they got wind of the Court order, they asked the people to leave and blocked off the park again.

“We haven’t seen the order,” he said … “if it even exists.”
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The Fun Got Cold — Life In The Occupied Snow And Ice

October 30, 2011

Urgent: Winter Donation Needs

life in the occupied snow

Saturday’s snow storm made life in Zuccotti Park miserable for Occupy Wall Street protesters.

Demonstrators were left drenched with rain and then snow as the storm moved through the region. Central Park set a record for both the date and the month of October with 2.9 inches of snow.

Those camping out in the park have been stockpiling donated blankets, scarves, coats and have been trying to get more tents, cots and tarps.

According to an “urgent” alert on their website, OWS is looking for a number of other donations, including waterproof boots, gloves, hats, hand and foot warmers and disposable foot covers among other things. The site says the protesters “are in need of emergency supplies crucial for cold weather survival (and occupation).”

The site says they also need cots to get protesters off the ground, adding that they don’t have any and “could really use these.”

Reportedly, some have been even getting winter weather survival tips from the homeless.

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