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I came to Zuccotti Park on a crisp October day, 714 days ago. My camera was an eyewitness to history, while I... fell in love.
But the movement has grown less visible and seemingly more diffuse over the last several months, as city after city has moved
Political paranoia is always driven by what could happen, not, necessarily, what is happening. Can we learn from this destructive history of acrimony and sectarianism or are we doomed to repeat it?
The OWS story is a story about modern media in all of its messy glory. Adbusters has raised the art of lampooning to a level that Mad Magazine or even Saturday Night Live never imagined.
"And if they don't listen," the briefing continues," if they ignore us and put our demands on the back burner like they've
It's a bit of a stretch to make Mark Gitenstein, U.S. Ambassador to Romania, a poster child for technology-fueled activism, but I'm going to take a whack at it.
Adbusters and their fellow Occupiers see Americans -- or, in their own lingo, 'the 99%' -- as gluttonous, obese pigs. What a joyful holiday message.
"We're trying to show that even if we don't have a park that we're staying in, we certainly have the ability to do a lot
Meanwhile, scattered Occupy events continue to take place in New York City. Protesters gathered near Mayor Bloomberg's home
Although Moreno-Cabullud was involved since the first day, he goes so far as to say that “we didn't really organize it." Instead
What the Occupy Wall Street movement fails to understand is that 99% of the workers in the area are simply attempting to make a living wage -- the same people that the protesters claim they represent.
I'm also disappointed with Obama. It's almost as if there's two of him: a nerdy political scientist and a raging populist monster. You don't suppose... ? Nah, that only happens in comic books.
I don't think the organizers or supporters will be satisfied with Occupy Wall Street unless it bears results, though it alone is an accomplishment: thousands have marched with OWS, and occupations have sprung up throughout the U.S.
These days, everyone wants a piece of Occupy Wall Street, the anti-capitalist camp-out now in Zuccotti Park, just around the way from the New York Stock Exchange. As the organizers have stated -- repeatedly -- no one group or person gets the credit for sparking the movement. However, one instigator is clear: the initial idea came from Adbusters magazine, which put out the call via its listserv in mid-July and fomented the #OccupyWallStreet hashtag on Twitter.
The demonstration and protests show no signs of slowing down, and if Micah White's passion is any indication, the Occupy Wall Street movement is far from over.
* July 13, 2011: The media organization Adbusters-an anti-consumerist, pro-environment organization-published a call to action
The Huffington Post went down to Zuccotti Park in downtown New York City to talk to people about the 'Occupy Wall St' protest. (10/2011)
The Comfort committee, which handles bedding and clothing, needed donations. A woman from the Food committee said that her