Sunday, November 13, 2011

#OccupyWallStreet, #OccupyMunich

next demo in munich ... btw, there is every saturday a demo in munich organized / promoted by folllowing facebook group called 'real democracy now' and this FB group is also the source of all pictures posted in this blog:

wanna join the movement in YOUR city / area? well, we claim we are the 99% but to be honest we are less than 1% by now ... of course, there are for sure 90+ per cent who are fu**ed or at least cheated by the fraudulent fiat money system and our corrupt politicians who transfer the nations wealth from the main street to the wall street, but there are still not enough folks who are willing to stand up, unite, fight against that fraudulent system ... but our number is growing, worldwide :-)

#occupyWallStreet, #occupyYourStreet, #occupyEverywhere:

music of the movement? well, there were many talented folks singing out there and even one famous german balladeer (konstantin wecker). anyway, i liked most this bob marley's 'movement' song performed by philip wienand:

what abt the text?

text part 1:

text part 2:

... and on top here u have my pictures from that great event / afternoon :-) ... and for those of you who already forgot the 1st worldwide action #united for #globalchange on october, 15th here comes the link to my former blog post ♥ Я Ξ √ Ω L U T ↑ ☼ N ♥

wanna learn more abt the #occupywallstreet movement (taken from one of its corresponding facebook groups):
The movement created by the occupation of Wall Street isn't about a park in New York city, it is about all of us. For too long we've allowed our rights to be stepped on. Our futures and financial freedoms have been sold to predatory companies that profit from our hardship and strangle our economy. We've allowed our government to be bought while the ceaseless turning of war machines in foreign lands ravage resources and destroy the environment. We cannot allow this system to stand anymore.

Occupy Wall Street has initiated a dialog which has, in just two months, raised awareness across the globe. Individuals are unplugging themselves from junk media and are getting plugged into a conversation that is of vital importance. Some are taking to the streets, possibly for the first time in their lives, to stand up for their rights and exercise their freedom.

Mayor Bloomberg and the NYPD can evict, brutalize and oppress the citizens of New York City but they cannot stop this movement. It is bigger than New York and it isn't going anywhere.

Stand up for your rights. Stand with the 99%!

btw, here is the link to the video of the performed song 'empört euch' by the star guest of the afternoon konstantin wecker :-)

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