The 20th-century French novelist and philosopher Albert Camus once wrote: “At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face.” For the unfortunate few deprived of the experience, a few megaphone-wielding British agitators took to the streets of London to make things clear.
“Everything you read in the mainstream media is 100 percent true,” “Please, go back to your jobs. If you have not got a job you are a worthless human being” and “Consume, consume, consume until we have no planet left to consume” are the first words out of the mouth of a man determined to expose the insanity of his increasingly commercialized society. And the Metropolitan police, whom he brands as a band of corporate gangsters that “go around fining people for saying words,” seem powerless to stop him. —ARK
When Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker gave a speech at Chicago's Union League Club the morning of Nov 3rd, he had some unexpected guests:
Stand Up! Chicago.....well they did stand up. Fighting for UNIONS.
While protesters were being abused, beaten, maced, tased and intimidated by the New York Police Department, this is Wall Street’s reaction:
If this video doesn’t piss you the hell off, then you’re part of the problem. Let them laugh now, because this movement is spreading across America. Soon, they will have no choice but to listen. It’s time to wipe that smile off their faces by not giving up – we are America.
While you’re out having brunch today, a reported 80 people protesting against the greed and callousness of Wall Street have been arrested — many of them for no clear reason. The reported abuse by police officers will only create anger, thus bringing more people into the fold to protest against the Corporations which thrive on the Middle Class.