Category Archives: Occupy Movement
“It has been the rallying cry of the Occupy movement for the past two months – but is the US really split 99% v 1%? As poverty and inequality reach record levels, how much richer have the rich got? This … Continue reading
He was a little too hard on Batman, haha, but he’s very persuasive. See the video here.
See it here.
He. is. great.
Daily Cal: A crowd of about 3,500 [other estimates put it at 5,000] packed into Upper Sproul Plaza Tuesday evening, convening a general assembly where they voted overwhelmingly to re-establish an encampment, despite the police violence that marked encampment efforts … Continue reading
There is a strike planned for tomorrow at UC Berkeley. I think at some point, they’ll be a renewed attempt to set up an encampment. This attempted encampment was the official reason for the clashes last week. The university, as … Continue reading
See the video here.
Berkeley’s chancellor responds to the police brutality against the student protesters in a silly little letter. Look at this nonsense: “It is unfortunate that some protesters chose to obstruct the police by linking arms and forming a human chain to … Continue reading
Look at this footage (clip 1 and clip 2). It comes as no shock as police attack forces have been moving in on peaceful demonstrators all across the country. It really draws a contrast to the avowedly US “fight for … Continue reading
Go Bears! The campuswide day of action in support of affordable higher education and the Occupy movement has grown throughout the day to over a thousand students at its peak in the early afternoon, from teach-outs in the morning to … Continue reading
Look at the news coming out of Syria: Video. Qaddafi’s capture and execution will ultimately prove disastrous for the Assad regime as the Syrian revolt is now getting more and more attention and the revolutionaries have been emboldened with the fall of … Continue reading
This is amazing. The protesters have set up a live stream broadcasting live footage from protests and events in New York interspersed with political messages and clips from movies, which they’ve ingenuously used instead of commercials. Follow it here.
Keith Olbermann reads them aloud verbatim here.