Roberto Dobbisano wrote:i got dibbs on burning cleveland.
ygmir wrote:I think at times what hurts "the cause" is a certain number of folks, within said crowd, who just want to "stir it up", become confrontational and create the "scene"......which then escalates.
BBadger wrote:Such an irony that the OP would call upon people participating in an arts festival that is practically an altar of consumerism to join up in this hippie-esque protest against day-traders.
jkisha wrote:This movement will grow--the timing is right.
But, they also need to get a whole lot more organized and settle on one or two demands that can be easily captured by the press in a sound bite. The manifesto they finally released includes everything but the kitchen sink. They are trying too hard to appease every perceived oppressed group whether real or imagined. They need to keep it focused more to the grievances of the middle class by emphasizing the effects of corporate and wall street greed and how this is effecting their standard of living and the well being of their families.
MOOP_Nazi wrote:ygmir wrote:I think at times what hurts "the cause" is a certain number of folks, within said crowd, who just want to "stir it up", become confrontational and create the "scene"......which then escalates.
Did you watch the video Yg?
I was looking for that exact thing. I am usually the first in line to look at the crowd before LEO response because there is a tendency to blame authority without accepting responsibility.. I didnt see it here. To have a LEO walk up, unholster pepper spray, let loose and then simply walk away id very disturbing and is indicative of "police action" moreso than "police response"
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