Cops clash with Occupy Oakland while Occupy DC anticipating crackdown

Over the weekend Occupy Oakland protesters had a run in with the police. The Oakland branch of Occupy Wall Street was attempting to take a vacant building to make it the Occupy Oakland headquarters. Oakland police used rubber bullets and flash-grenades against unarmed protesters. Across the US, the Occupy DC movement has been the longest standing, but today the US Parks Police decided to start enforcing overnight camping ordinances.]


“How To Destroy The Environment, Steal Money, & Look Good Doing It”

Have we surpassed Orwell’s “1984”? We continue to see a level of fraud by corporations and the wealthiest people that would make Skeletor blush. And the most amazing part is that they’re able to look good doing it.

Is Nathan Kleinman The First “Occupy” Candidate For Congress ?

Meet Nathan Kleinman, an Occupy Philadelphia activist who has just announced that he is running for Congress in Pennsylvania against moderate Democrat Allyson Schwartz.

“Occupy Congress – Live Performance In The Belly Of The Beast”

Lee Camp performed live in our nation’s capital just last week, on the four-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. Immediately following this performance the thousands who were there stormed the steps of the Supreme Court and the White House.

Senseless Assault! – Cops attack and tase non-violent Occupy DC protester

U.S. Park Police officer used an electronic stun gun on an Occupy DC protester. Police say he was tearing down fliers warning protesters about the ban on camping in McPherson Square. Police also said the unidentified man was charged with disorderly conduct. The arrest took place shortly after noon Sunday. It is reported that after the incident the man had a seizure, and was then refused medical treatment. A park police spokesman said the man became “aggressive and confrontational” when officers tried to arrest him and that is why the stun gun was used.

Occupy London Attacked! – Bailiff plows car through non-violent protesters

Police in London have been accused of excessive force in their efforts to clear out Occupy demonstrators. Protesters stood together last night as officers broke down the doors to their camps.