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Life at Liberty Plaza

Posted 3 years ago on Sept. 22, 2011, 2:20 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt

So far, all that many of you from across the world have seen are the big events like arrests, marches, general assemblies, etc. One thing people don't often get a chance to see is what everyday life is like in the square. This video does an excellent job of showing what it feels like, occupying wall street:

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[-] 5 points by RedDread (57) from Bethel, CT 3 years ago

Excellent, I can't wait to rejoin my brothers and sisters on Saturday!

[-] 4 points by ibero72 (5) 3 years ago

All my support from Valencia (Spain). The world is watching you...People of America rise up !!

[-] 3 points by mimi4five (5) 3 years ago

I am a grandmother who wants a better world for those 5 little people that call me Mimi....For them, I THANK YOU!!!!!!!

[-] 4 points by lainnj (4) 3 years ago

mimi4five: they are very lucky to have you. I'm in this for my kids too! I thank all the young people who are there. They are carrying on for those of us too old to sleep in a park, and those who are too young to even know what's been stolen from them.

[-] 2 points by themissinformed (9) 3 years ago

the guy at the end of video pretty much sums all of you up.

[-] 1 points by Lookatmema (21) 3 years ago

You guys suck! You don't even know what you are mad at. You keep saying you're growing, yet the rest of us can hardly see you. LMFAO! Take a bath and shave, maybe you can get a job and buy a home, loosers!

[-] 1 points by TTTTT (66) 3 years ago

The gargoyles are leaving the balcony and flying around the web I see.

[-] 1 points by MadDog22 (1) 3 years ago

Every demonstrator throw four quarters in the air as functionaries come pouring out of their currency lairs at the end of the day. Photograph the scramble.

[-] 1 points by TTTTT (66) 3 years ago

People forget music was a very big part of the protests back in the 60's The draw back is there isn't alot of political music anymore,( I think the recording industry saw to that) But anyways there is still alot of music from the 60's - 70's that would apply to the problems of today. "People lets stop the war",

' I come tumblin" (Grand funk railroad) "Beds are burning" ( Midnight oil) etc. I agree with the one poster on here, play music and play it loud, let those grinning jackasses on the balcony know your there and your not amused.

[-] 1 points by TTTTT (66) 3 years ago

Maximum profit can no longer be the bottom line to everything. Humanity has to figure into the equation too.

[-] 1 points by greg (2) 3 years ago

Way to go see you tonight

[-] 1 points by greg (2) 3 years ago

Way to go see you tonight

[-] 1 points by stealth (28) from Jersey City, NJ 3 years ago

Action #1)

Guys each of you get a radio and blast the song

"They Don't Care About Us" by Michael , If you blast it LOUD , it will get media attention and post it on youtube. This could be very viral and contagion.

The key to protest is LOUDNESS not violence !!!! and look smart , intelligent during interview

Action#2) Get a portable speaker phone, have each person deliver a speech why they are there

Action#3) Sing a protest song !!!! Like Obama NO you can't

[-] 1 points by jezz68 (9) 3 years ago

This is an excellent idea. Love that song. So powerful...and true!!!

[-] 1 points by YELLE (1) from Brooklyn, NY 3 years ago

I'm extremely proud to be a part of this revolution. I started Wednesday, and have stayed through the nights. I started without knowing anyone. I am here now, standing with a new family.

[-] 1 points by lyh31555 (11) 3 years ago

THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR DEVOTION!!!!!!!!!!

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[-] 1 points by humptvivacqua (6) 3 years ago

I'm from Brazil...Power from the people to the people. Peace, love and global revolution now! #occupywallstreet

[-] 1 points by cchobanian (2) 3 years ago

Hey Guys, I'm going to play some music (guitar) for your heroism it's the very least I could do- wish I could protest with ya'll but need to make $$ to support myself. Hope the music brings you happiness in this crazy world, as it does for me

[-] 1 points by cchobanian (2) 3 years ago

Hey Guys, I'm going to play some music (guitar) for your heroism it's the very least I could do- wish I could protest with ya'll but need to make $$ to support myself. Hope the music brings you happiness in this crazy world, as it does for me

[-] 1 points by nodalmonad (15) 3 years ago

lose the American flags!!! Lets look beyond borders folks. Transcend the nationalism!

[-] 1 points by GrishlyAdams (1) 3 years ago

Thank you all so very much for dealing with the corporate fascists on such an awesome level. I hope to join you soon, though I may bring not too much more than myself, a sleeping bag and a few days worth of food. The American Main Stream Media is not discussing your peaceful protest or the brutality you are enduring, and I don't care how they twist it when it gets big enough that they have to report on it, I support you with every bit of love and admiration I can muster. Stand strong!

[-] 1 points by nicholashh (8) from Hamburg, HH 3 years ago

Big thanks from germany to everybody there, I wish I could be there too now. We will win so don't give up!

RT @iW33ZY: #OCCUPYWALLSTREET REMEMBER, EGYPT WAITED ALMOST 2 WEEKS 4 RESULTS! DONT FORGET TAHRIR! #anonymous #USDOR

[-] 1 points by nodalmonad (15) 3 years ago

ya'll gotta watch our for the leftists and authoritarian socialists looking to recuperate and recruit. reject representation of any kind. fight capitalism and the state but live your own communism, with a little "c" not theirs. I'll see y'all soon. Cheers!

[-] 2 points by nostranoah (5) 3 years ago

totally agree, we don't need their program and "benevolent" leadership.... direct democracy all the way