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“銀行脫離困境,但我們被出賣了” - 在華爾街憤怒的抗議(有片)

Activist Post

As corporate media continues to ignore the building presence in Manhattan to protest against the corrupt banking system, activists have gathered to document this Tahrir-square style gathering. Below are videos that illustrate the growing unrest, as well as a link to the current livestream of the area. The nature of the protests also has laid bare the absolute police state that has become entrenched in America. In the first video we hear the reporter conclude by saying, "As of now it's still unclear if the police will allow protesters to stay here..." As if that is a normal response to peaceful assembly for a redress of grievances in a free society.

Madison Ruppert has detailed this oppression in his intro article to the Day of Rage entitled: No right to protest in America: Occupation of Wall Street thwarted thanks to ignorant police. Additionally, we have received comments about social networks and e-mail programs blocking discussions centered on the term "Occupy Wall Street." If you are encountering this type of censorship, please drop us a note in the comments section.

One of the first signs of unrest began back in April, 2010 as RT states: As the big banks such as Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase come under even more scrutiny, even allegedly breaking laws, they continue to conduct business as usual.

The citizens of America have had enough, say the thousands who marched in New York protesting the banks and their greed. Will the lobbyists the banks hired persuade Washington to do nothing? Or will the people be heard?

From Global Revolution, Day #2: Banks Got Bailed Out, We Got Sold Out! A Call For All Americans: Unity in NYC, Let Your Voice Be Heard! Speak Loud, Speak Without Fear! Silence will get us nowhere!

"Occupy Wall Street, All Day All Week" protest led by Anonymous

Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change was recently at the Occupy Wall Street event and noticed Lupe Fiasco hanging out with the crowd of protesters.