Occupy Wall Street Newslinks 2-4 October 2011

4 October 2011 — williambowles.info

4 October 2011
Obama Machine Prepares To Hijack ‘Occupy Wall Street’
GlobalResearch.ca Today at 22:51
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

‘Sarah’s Key’: Enforcing Injustice
Consortiumnews.com Today at 14:37
As the Occupy Wall Street and other populist protests grow, the role of police – in either allowing dissent or crushing it – will be at center stage. In that regard, Gary G. Kohls sees valuable lessons from the Holocaust drama, ‘Sarah’s Key.’ By Gary G. Kohls  Recently I saw ‘Sarah’s Key,’ a powerful movie that was made from the novel by the same name, written by French novelist Tatiana de Rosnay. My opinion is that it deserves an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Film of 2011.

How to fight Wall Street
World Socialist Web Site Today at 14:05
The demonstrations on Wall Street are beginning to attract broader popular support. They are part of the growing opposition in the United States and internationally to the policies of the banks and their political representatives.

Mayor Bloomberg backs mass arrests of Wall Street protesters
World Socialist Web Site Today at 14:05
New York City’s billionaire mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has endorsed the police operation in which some 700 peaceful protesters were arrested Saturday on the Brooklyn Bridge.

In pictures: Occupy Wall Street protests
BBC News Today at 08:28
Hundreds of people camp out in New York’s financial district

Views in brief
Recent articles from SocialistWorker.org Today at 06:00
In the wake of Troy’s execution | Beaten by Eugene police | From Occupy Wall Street to Tacoma | No excuses for Obama | Boycott Georgia for Troy

See you on October 5
Recent articles from SocialistWorker.org Today at 06:00 Sherry Wolf
Some of New York’s biggest unions are on board for a rally and march in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protests.

Koch Entertained Justice Thomas At His Private Club
The Greanville PostToday at 04:42 shorty
Supreme Court Scandal Widens

On Imperfection, Or, How Do You Choose A New Bank?
The Wild Wild Left – Front Page Today at 03:53 fake consultant
Like a lot of people these days, we have come to the conclusion that it’s time to change our lousy bank.

From a Young Marxist to the Wall Street Occupation – About Tahrir Square and Capital by Konstantin Kaminskiy
Dandelion Salad Today at 02:28
by Konstantin Kaminskiy Guest Writer Dandelion Salad Questions of Political Economy in Modernity Oct. 1, 2011 I am a student lucky enough to not have to work. I study economics at Baruch College. I began my education in economics by reading Marx and every day surrounded by the people who hope to operate the financial […]

3 October 2011

‘Occupy Wall Street’ Tax Proposal Is Backed By Wall Street Itself
GlobalResearch.ca Yesterday at 23:14

Occupy Wall Street: A Globalist Op?
GlobalResearch.ca Yesterday at 23:08
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

Occupy Wall Street Protesters suckered into a trap
GlobalResearch.ca Yesterday at 22:49

Occupy Wall Street: “Revolution and “Counter-Revolution”
GlobalResearch.ca Yesterday at 22:24

Open-ended Wall Street occupation
Russiatoday.ru Yesterday at 22:13
The group of protesters on the streets of New York continues to grow, and now war veterans are joining in to show their support. The brutal showdown on Brooklyn Bridge, where over 700 people were arrested, spawned..

Occupy Wall Street – is mass civil disobedience the only way?
Russiatoday.ru Yesterday at 21:48
Hundreds of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators were arrested over the weekend in New York.

New CNN Host a Rush Limbaugh Favorite
Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting Yesterday at 21:40 Peter Hart
A full-page ad in USA Today reminded me that today is the debut of Erin Burnett’s CNN show OutFront.  Burnett gained a following at CNBC, and came to the attention of many conservatives with a report on the Today show (7/17/07) that managed to touch on almost every conservative myth about the economy, earning praise from Rush Limbaugh in the process.

Soros’ sympathy for bank protests
BBC News Yesterday at 21:34
Billionaire investor George Soros says he can sympathise with the Wall Street protests, which show no sign of fading as they enter their third week.

Against the Institution: A Warning for #OccupyWallStreet by Andrew Gavin Marshall
Dandelion Salad Yesterday at 21:32
by Andrew Gavin Marshall Featured Writer Dandelion Salad http://andrewgavinmarshall.com October 3, 2011 While I fully endorse the efforts and actions of the Occupy Wall Street protests, now emerging internationally, there are concerns which need to be addressed and kept in mind as the movement moves forward. The process through which a potentially powerful movement may […]

‘US protests might turn explosive’
Russiatoday.ru Yesterday at 20:37
The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement is gaining force across the United States, and the situation in the country has the potential to become explosive, anti-war activist and journalist Don Debar told RT.

The Professional Left grabs Occupy Wall St’s coattails
The Wild Wild Left – Front Page Yesterday at 18:59 Dusty
Coattails are an amazing thing. Usually it’s the other way around, but not this time. From Ezra Kleins WaPo column:

ARCHIVES: THE KINGDOM OF HEDGISTAN
The Greanville Post Yesterday at 17:25
ANNALS OF GREED UNBOUND—
Why hedge funds cluster in the world’s most expensive habitats. By Daniel Gross 

Video: Intermission: It Wasn’t Me!
The Wild Wild Left – Front PageYesterday at 16:57 Edger

The Occupy Wall Street Movement. Analysis of the Protest Movement
GlobalResearch.ca Yesterday at 16:4
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

Hundreds arrested, but Occupy Wall Street continues
Russiatoday.ru Yesterday at 16:42
As the Occupy Wall Street demonstration in New York City picks up steam, protests continued to spread across the country over the weekend.

Notes on the Battle of the Brooklyn Bridge
Dissident Voice Yesterday at 16:01 Billy Wharton
While crime rates in New York City soar the New York Police Department (NYPD) spent a good part of Saturday entrapping and arresting hundreds of protesters who were moving across the Brooklyn Bridge.  In the process, the police created an extremely dangerous situation for about 800 occupiers of the bridge who were effectively trapped – a police net on one side and the Hudson River on the other.  In the long run, the most dangerous thing the police may have created was opportunities for direct solidarity among hundreds of people who previously had only been united by a demand for an end to the rule of the rich.

New York City police arrest over 700 anti-Wall Street protesters
World Socialist Web Site Yesterday at 15:10
Over 700 anti-Wall Street protesters were arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge by the New York Police Department on Saturday afternoon.

Wall Street protesters: “The whole system is broken”
World Socialist Web Site Yesterday at 15:10
Participants in Friday’s march of over 3,000 to protest the over 80 arrests and pepper-spraying of unresisting demonstrators the week before spoke to the WSWS about why they were demonstrating.

700 Arrested on Brooklyn Bridge as Occupy Wall Street Enters Third Week, Protests Grows Nationwide
Democracy Now! Yesterday at 13:14
The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protests in the financial district took a dramatic turn on Saturday when protesters tried to march across the Brooklyn Bridge.”

Occupy Wall Street Protest Spreads to Los Angeles
Strategic Culture Foundation Yesterday at 09:36

Occupy Wall Street: Obama’s term is four more years of Bush:
Russiatoday.ru Yesterday at 07:12
A wave of public discontent in the US shows no sign of abating following weekend protests against corporate greed which saw hundreds of peaceful demonstrators arrested, sparking accusations of heavy-handed policing.

2 October 2011

Turning up the heat on Wall Street
Recent articles from SocialistWorker.org Yesterday at 06:00 Danny Lucia
Police arrested over 700 Occupy Wall Street protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge, but that didn’t stop the spreading enthusiasm for the movement.

Declaration of the Occupation of New York City
The Greanville PostYesterday at 04:09 shorty
Published on Sunday, October 2, 2011 by NYC General Assembly

The Stimulator: #OccupyWallStreet
Dandelion Salad 02/10/2011 at 23:03
Dandelion Salad stimulator on Sep 30, 2011 http://submedia.tv/ This Week: 1. Rick Roll 2. Troy Davis R.I.P. 3. Pelican Bay hunger strike 4. The Zeta Killers 5. Kidnapping to stop highways 6. 350?s Political theatre 7. Indigenous resistance to pipelines 8. Son of Nun and Rev1 9. Occupy Wall Street The Stimulator: Occupy Wall Street […]

In Solidary With Occupy Wall Street
The Wild Wild Left – Front Page02/10/2011 at 19:45 davidseth

Wall St. protesters: no backing down despite 700 arrests
Russiatoday.ru 02/10/2011 at 19:45
Most of the 700 protesters arrested in the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ march onto the Brooklyn Bridge in New York have been released. The unabashed demonstrators promise more marches on Sunday to slam ‘corporate domination’…

Wall Street protesters released
BBC News 02/10/2011 at 16:57
New York police free most of the 700 people arrested at a protest against corporate greed, as the Occupy Wall Street group vows to fight on.

VIDEO: Brooklyn Bridge: Police Arrest 700 Occupy Wall Street Protesters
GlobalResearch.ca 02/10/2011 at 16:53
For more details, please click on the link to read the article.

A Tale of Two Rallies
Dissident Voice 02/10/2011 at 16:00 Pham Binh
Spearheaded by the Granny Peace Brigade, 2,000 protestors marched from Liberty Plaza to join an anti-police brutality demonstration called in response to New York Police Department (NYPD) Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna’s world famous pepper spray rampage against peaceful Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protestors the Saturday prior.

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