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Forum Post: #OWS: #D10 Global Virtual Assembly. ‘Human Rights Day’ Alternative Day of Action. Soros now funding ‘flash mobs’?

Posted 11 years ago on Nov. 19, 2011, 6:21 p.m. EST by joejoe11 (0)
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Take the Square, the same fine folks who brought you the September 17 U.S. Day of Rage, aka Occupy Wall Street, are incrementally advancing their agenda on Saturday, December 10 with an Alternative Day of Action on Human Rights Day.

You can follow their progress with Twitter hashtags #D10 and #10D, which link to the call to action for “alternative forms of protest which will be found after a debate between all of us.”

The “debate” will use the participatory democracy format employed by Students for a Democratic Society in the 1960s and revived by Occupy Wall Street. A massive global Mic Check begins on December 10, 2011.

The announcement calls for participation “in proposing new forms of action with a creative spirit: we can organize public forums and workshops, flash-mobs, we can promote the movement in local schools and neighborhoods or get in contact with humanitarian organizations working with the same goals.”

Previously, flash mobs launched for many good causes globally. More recently flash mobs have spontaneously gathered for less than honorable reasons: mob violence.

Most certainly, the George Soros-funded Occupy Wall Street and its global brethren meet the definition of a flash mob as defined on the website violentflashmobs.com:

A large group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse.

The only problem is that OWS does not quickly disperse unless assisted by members of law enforcement. They do not go quietly or without strong urging, to put it lightly.

read more: http://kleinonline.wnd.com/2011/11/19/blog-ows-d10-global-virtual-assembly-human-rights-day-alternative-day-of-action-soros-now-funding-flash-mobs/



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