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PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2011 1:11 am    Post subject: Sat15Oct - CITY OF LONDON - Occupy the Stock Exchange Reply with quote

Occupy the London Stock Exchange this October 15th - http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2011/09/485237.html

Beginning on October 31, we want to see at least over 20,000 people flood into lower St Pauls, set up tents, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy the London Stock Exchangefor a few months. Once there, we shall incessantly repeat one simple demand in a plurality of voices.


Alright you peaceful redeemers, rebels, anarchists, truthers, students radicals and utopian dreamers out there...

A worldwide shift in revolutionary tactics is underway right now that bodes well for the future. The spirit of this fresh tactic, a fusion of Tahrir with the acampadas of Spain, is captured in this quote:

The antiglobalization movement was the first step on the road. Back then our model was to attack the system like a pack of wolves. There was an alpha male, a wolf who led the pack, and those who followed behind. Now the model has evolved. Today we are one big swarm of people.
— Raimundo Viejo, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain

The beauty of this new formula, and what makes this novel tactic exciting, is its pragmatic simplicity: we talk to each other in various physical gatherings and virtual people's assemblies … we zero in on what our one demand will be, a demand that awakens the imagination and, if achieved, would propel us toward the radical democracy of the future … and then we go out and seize a square of singular symbolic significance and put our asses on the line to make it happen.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2011 11:44 am    Post subject: SATURDAY 15/10/11 CLASHES WITH DEEP POLITICS CONFERENCE. Reply with quote

Sorry I cannot make occupy stock exchange 15/10/11 as I have already booked to go to deep politics conference at 255 commercial road.

It would have been better to organise rhe occupy the stock exchange on another saturday say 22/10/11 or 29/10/11 so as to avoid clashing with deep politics conference
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 04, 2011 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Kevin , some are doing both, but I'm personally likely too broke to get to London myself. Have a good day what ever you get upto Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 4:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

But there is something sinister about this 'no forgiveness' trope.
You can only forgive if an injustice is acknowledged.
The first step is for the fraudsters to acknowledge whay they have done.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://occupylondon.org.uk/

Stock exchange occupation blocked
(UKPA) – 49 minutes ago
Anti-capitalist protests that started with the Occupy Wall Street movement on Saturday spread to London and other cities.
Thousands of people descended on the area around the London Stock Exchange in a bid to replicate the huge demonstrations which have been taking place in New York.
A spokesman for the protesters said: "We are doing this to challenge the bankers and the financial institutions which recklessly gambled our economy. This occupation and 20 other occupations all around the UK have been directly inspired by what's happening all across America and especially Wall Street."
Activists had planned to take over Paternoster Square, where the Stock Exchange is located, but police cordoned off the area. Instead, protesters returned to their previous position in front of St Paul's Cathedral.
As night fell, they announced their intention to set up a campsite in St Paul's Churchyard, putting up tents and portaloos on one side of the square. However, Scotland Yard made it clear police would not allow the campsite in front of the cathedral, saying such a move would be "illegal and disrespectful".
The force said they had made efforts to ensure the protest was largely peaceful. Three arrests were made - two for assault on police and one for a public order offence.
Well-known activists including Julian Assange and Peter Tatchell were among the protesters. Mr Assange, creator of the Wikileaks website, addressed the crowds on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral.
Protests also took place on the streets of Edinburgh and Dublin, which passed off peacefully. More than 100 demonstrators turned out to protest in St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, while hundreds also took to the streets of Dublin.
Anna Jones, a supporter of Occupy London Stock Exchange said: "So far, we have already seen a disproportionate amount of force by the police against protesters who are occupying the area outside St Paul's... The only crime that the police can pin on people is one of having a conversation about real democracy and the unfair and unequal economic system that favours the rich and powerful."
In Italy, however, police fired tear gas and water cannons as protesters turned the demonstration against corporate greed into a riot, smashing shop and bank windows, torching cars and hurling bottles.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 10:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

No surprises I guess, how dare people try attack the head of the snake Wink

More video of Occupy London protest scuffles, arrests

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Police in London thwarted protesters' efforts to set up camp outside the Stock Exchange. Several hundred activists heckled officers for preventing more people from joining the rally. Thousands of protesters nicknamed "the indignant" marched in major European cities on Saturday as demonstrations against corruption, capitalism and austerity measures went global. Demonstrations that began in New York linked up with long-running rallies against government cost-cutting and failed financial policies in Europe.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 16, 2011 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Church services as demo continues
(UKPA) – 34 minutes ago
Church services at St Paul's Cathedral have taken place as normal despite a makeshift camp set up by anti-capitalist protesters in London's financial district.
Thousands of people descended on the area around the London Stock Exchange on Saturday as the movement that began in New York with Occupy Wall Street spread worldwide.
Protesters then pitched their tents at the foot of the steps of St Paul's for the night after police cordoned off Paternoster Square, where the stock exchange itself is located.
Clergymen told protesters on Sunday morning that they had no problem with their presence as services took place.
Ben Doran, 21, a music student from the Midlands, said: "The reverend came out and asked the police to leave the steps of the cathedral and said he didn't mind protesters being here, that he supported the democratic right to protest.
"He said there was no issue and that people were treating the site respectfully and he was happy for it to carry on.
"He was asked if the services would still be carrying on and he said yes, they would carry on as if there was no problem happening."
One protester, a pensioner from London who gave her name as Ruth, said: "The vicar said he had no problem with us being here, he could see we weren't here against the church, we were here against the stock exchange."
Worshippers at the cathedral also expressed their support for the protesters.
John Maguire and his wife Gail, from Haslemere, Surrey, attended the service to celebrate their twelfth wedding anniversary. He said: "I think the protesters have got a valid point to make and obviously they want to make it in the most visible sense, so I'm pleased for them."

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