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Forum Post: Protest In Shifts--NO Camping Required!

Posted 12 years ago on Nov. 15, 2011, 6:31 p.m. EST by yesyes (1)
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SUGGESTION--If the protesters cannot camp out at the park any longer what about protesting in shifts? The people moving in an out of their shifts can carry signs to and from their shift kind of expanding the occupation in a way.

Shifts might never ware out the protesters!

THANKS to all of your who are demonstrating your sincere concern for all the non-corporate citizens of the U.S.A. by protesting what are deeply disturbing and criminal trends in our government that only benefit very few in this country of ours.



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[-] 1 points by Builder (4202) 12 years ago

I'm thinking that a lot of the occupiers are not local residents?

Some maybe have no place to call home?

[-] 1 points by yesyes (1) 12 years ago

It is in the news--the court ruled that the protesters could return but not camp at the park.

A typo--not Campbing but Camping.

[-] 0 points by OWSCityHall (12) 12 years ago

I tihnk it might be because it isn't our park, it's owned by Brookfield Properties I think. The nerve of them not allowing camping on their property. What is this world coming to? We should protest this selfish act by Brookfield.

[-] 0 points by nikka (228) 12 years ago

Who says they can't camp any longer there?

[-] 0 points by owstag2 (10) 12 years ago

What's campbing?