Forum Post: Listening to Radio Occupy Wall Street
Posted 11 years ago on Dec. 29, 2011, 3:25 p.m. EST by ShubeLMorgan2
from New York, NY
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I drive a taxi in New York City at night and I listen a lot to the radio. One program I caught yesterday was WBAI's Occupy Wall Street Radio. A young woman there made mention of a forbidden personage whose initials are AJ. Now I'm not a fan of AJ but he has some interesting guests on his program including Greg Palast and Noam Chomsky.
The young woman spoke of a grove in California where the many of the world's elite meet twice a year. they conduct a bizarre ceremony They call The Cremation of Kare. AJ had gotten inside at this convocation and recorded the festivities. I guess she wanted to point out the inhumanity of the one percent, and this ceremony that so many leaders of the one percent enjoy would point in that direction- they're not human in the true sense of the word. Lizards? I don't think so, but probably a few million people do think so.
I want OWS supporters to understand that people come to the movement with all sorts of opinions and beliefs, some held very strongly and sincerely, even if others find them odd or demonstrative of ignorance.
This young woman who praised AJ's effort and condemned fluoridation is one case in point. It is best don't you think, to let her have her beliefs, even if arrogant whiteboy/schoolboys sneer at them, and to welcome her into the movement. I am so glad the first person she met from OWS was not any moderator of this website.
The program is on at 6:30 pm New York Time on WBAI 99.5 FM or WBAI.org.
I clicked your link and am hearing it now .
There is no way for me to see if this is just a recording since there is nothing else to click on .
Is there a way to hear this channel or one in my area in real time ?
It isn't in real time. It's a recording. The program is on at 6:30 pm New York Time on WBAI 99.5 FM or WBAI.org. I really don't know how these things work.
Thanks for the info !
I didn't know O.W.S. had a radio program !
I'll look for one in my area !
Well, if there isn't one in your area check out WBAI.org.