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Forum Post: Police raided occupy as a whole, so now what? You can't arrest an Idea.

Posted 2 years ago on Feb. 20, 2012, 5:05 p.m. EST by Ballard916 (7) from Cawker City, KS
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I remember a few months back there was an occupy in every major city in America. And then the police raided occupy in a coordinated attack.

So, now what? Is it over? Do we reoccupy?

I think it needs to be debated on what the next phase of occupy should be, and what to do about the current matter at hand, Police aggression, and how to deal with it. It should be an interchangeable idea that can be adapted and voted on again. A decoration that has wikipedia adaptability with a dig or like features they do on youtube. With a history of pass disliked and adaptations. With 100% transparency.

So it will be an interchangeable Idea, that can be written by anyone in the world and voted on as a whole. This idea could grow so big it could be our new transparent government even, for the people by the people.

I think the campaign should be called, you can't arrest an Idea, or what is the idea, or something down those lines. The idea it self can be voted on I don't see anyway we can lose. I think we should start talking.

I know this is a touchy topic, but the internet is full of people, and I believe in this day and age this is possible. I think we need to have a campaign of ideas and then vote on that idea. I know its kind of radical and so is the first idea just to get the ball rolling.

(you can't arrest an Idea)

The police are the aggressors, we peacefully occupied, and the police raided us multiple times, they bring there weapons to a peaceful protest, this aggression will not stand. Its an up hill battle, and I'm not sitting on my hands anymore. I'm against violence and vandalism, but I'm for standing up for my rights. I personally condone the tactics of the black bloc, if the police come to take our rights away, I say we stand up and fight back.

I'm for freedom, I'm for free speech, I'm for standing up for our rights.

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