Turn the World Upside Down: From Occupation to Revolution By John Spritzler

5 November 2011 — Turn the World Upside Down

If OWS decides explicitly that its goal is revolution, it would transform the OWS movement. It would be a qualitative leap and set the agenda for the coming years: a national and international conversation about how to make a revolution and what a post-revolutionary society can be like. If OWS does this, then folding the tents in the heart of winter (or losing them to a police raid) won’t matter because the revolutionary strategy can be carried out even without them. What OWS will gain is what does matter: a whole new level of consciousness, determination, and ties to the community and each other internationally.

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 5 November 2011: India/Pakistan / Russia / Anti-Globalism / Asia Occupy Wall Street

5 November 2011 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Paradigm Shift in India-Pakistan Relations
05.11.2011 | 00:00 | Aurobinda MAHAPATRA (India)
Pakistan on 2 November 2011 decided to accord most favoured nation (MFN) status to India… the new arrangement will help both the countries to meet many of their economic necessities in a complementary framework. It may give a push to larger plans like Iran-Pakistan-India and Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipelines, and bring other countries of South Asia towards larger economic integration under the rubric South Asian Free Trade Area…

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A Chill Descends On Occupy Wall Street; "The Leaders of the allegedly Leaderless Movement" By Fritz Tucker

4 November 2011 — Global ResearchFritz Tucker

On Sunday, October 23, a meeting was held at 60 Wall Street. Six leaders discussed what to do with the half-million dollars that had been donated to their organization, since, in their estimation, the organization was incapable of making sound financial decisions. The proposed solution was not to spend the money educating their co-workers or stimulating more active participation by improving the organization’s structures and tactics. Instead, those present discussed how they could commandeer the $500,000 for their new, more exclusive organization. No, this was not the meeting of any traditional influence on Wall Street. These were six of the leaders of Occupy Wall Street (OWS).

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: November 5, 2011

5 November 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Israeli President Speaks Of Military Strikes Against Iran
  • Belarus: NATO’s Murder Of Gaddafi Worse Than The Nazis
  • NATO Action In Libya 21st Vandalism: Belarusian President
  • Afghanistan: Deputy U.S.-NATO Commander Sacked
  • Lithuania: NATO Trains Response Force For ‘Anywhere In The World’
  • Belarus Fears Regime Change Plans As NATO Advances
  • NATO Contracts For Interceptor Missile System Upgrades
  • U.S. Military ‘Institutionalizes’ Past Decade’s Irregular Warfare Lessons
  • American Patriot Award: National Defense University Honors McCain, Lieberman
  • AFRICOM: 850 Sierra Leone Troops To Be Deployed In Somalia

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