Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Wall Street 101: Cleaning a Clean Park and Making a Safe Park Safe

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In the early hours of Tuesday morning protesters at the Occupy Wall Street protesters were evicted by police so that  local authorities can clean a clean park and make a safe park safe.

It is just pathetic.

Taking a leaf from what happened in Tahrir Square in Egypt, the protesters obsess about keeping Zuccotti Park one of the cleanest places in all of New York.

First aids tents, security teams, and even a fire department of sorts help make the park a very safe place.

This crackdown won't stop the movement.  It will make it stronger.

The 1% is worried and the 1% are out of ideas.

Welcome to the revolution. Our elites have exposed their hand. They have nothing to offer. They can destroy but they cannot build. They can repress but they cannot lead. They can steal but they cannot share. They can talk but they cannot speak. They are as dead and useless to us as the water-soaked books, tents, sleeping bags, suitcases, food boxes and clothes that were tossed by sanitation workers Tuesday morning into garbage trucks in New York City. They have no ideas, no plans and no vision for the future. 

Chris Hedges

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