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Forum Post: Fu#k "Occupy" Wall St!

Posted 6 years ago on Sept. 29, 2011, 7:03 p.m. EST by disruptwallstreet (7)
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It's time to "DISRUPT" Wall St.!!



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[-] 4 points by Epaminondas (5) 6 years ago

RESPECT DIVERSITY OF TACTICS! THAT GOES BOTH FOR PACIFISTS AND TENANTS OF DIRECT ACTION! It's actually been voted by the general assembly I think. Just consider that your actions can have repercussions on the whole group and don't impose anything on anyone. We need to stand united, pacifists and "radicals". Keep faith, stay united, be strong. The 1 % is shittin' their pants right now wheter or not they'll admit it.

[-] 3 points by leftleaninglibertarian (7) 6 years ago

If enough people show up it will be a disruption - no need for violence. I wish I had some vacation time..maybe this will still be going on after the New Year...if everyone in the country used just one week's vacation to go occupy Wall St..can you just picture it? : )

[-] 1 points by JenEvolve (5) 6 years ago

Oh, if we could only get people on board with this idea! Love it!!

[-] 2 points by disruptwallstreet (7) 6 years ago

Ahhh yes, as those guys walk by in their $1,000 suits laughing at guys with greasy hair banging on drums. They'll still be stealing from your grandmas long after you move on to your next outdoor stinky arm pit party. Doing nothing resolves nothing. Keep chanting and smoking dope......OR.....make these douchebags miss the opening bell and late for martinis after work!

[-] 2 points by Chromer (124) 6 years ago


Find out who that guy was that walked all over the signs. I would like to see his face plasterd all over the country.

[-] 1 points by HenkVeen (46) from Utrecht, UT 6 years ago

You are missing the point, inciting like an agitator posing as an activist. This sort of thing brings down the whole thing; damaging others property will provoke violence. It all actualy is about respecting property, which wall street is not doing, by gambling away pensions and money needed for the public cause. Violence is disempowering, a show of impotence. Bad move!

[-] 1 points by formul8 (16) from Ixelles, Brussels 6 years ago

totally agreed; and its hypocrisy. At the same time I can see why people want to act like this after being shat on for so long. Despite this, actions like this do not seem like an appropriate way to start a movement to make the world a better, happy place!

[-] 1 points by Billings09 (5) 6 years ago

Read this brothers and sisters http://arlife.weebly.com/1/category/press/1.html

No violence. That must never be forgotten.

[-] 1 points by Billings09 (5) 6 years ago

Don't give them a reason to arrest. With enough people things will be disrupted well enough. The Battle for Seattle (1999) suffered when instigators got violent and it helped to discredit the whole demonstration. If anything keep vigilance on those that look to cause trouble, it will do no good brother.

[-] 3 points by disruptwallstreet (7) 6 years ago

they will infiltrate and "cause trouble" anyway. grow up kids

[-] 1 points by DanRose (33) 6 years ago

"Don't give them a reason to arrest." They don't need a reason to arrest!

"With enough people things will be disrupted well enough." 10000 people sitting in a park isn't going to magically change the world. They have to do something! Even if just block the traffic...

[-] 0 points by gawdoftruth (3698) from Santa Barbara, CA 6 years ago

if you think its time to do something rash, its actually just time for you to leave.

[-] 2 points by disruptwallstreet (7) 6 years ago

I guess that depends on your definition of "rash"

[-] 1 points by gawdoftruth (3698) from Santa Barbara, CA 6 years ago

anything that could even be construed as "violent". on the other hand simply out running pigs with bullhorns and getting away from the cages and being fenced in is a great idea. i mean. theres always room to break the obvious stupid evil rules in ways that are non violent; thats where the real game is. they give you 50 control freak rules. well. don't be obliged to always follow them. But don't break them in a violent way. and don't attack property. just don't always follow the fake control domination head game rules.

[-] 2 points by Unagodd (9) from Sacramento, CA 6 years ago

I am on board with this sentiment.

[-] 2 points by revg33k (429) from Woodstock, IL 6 years ago