2011 the year of OWS

The year of 2011 has been the year of uprising worldwide. In September the US began its version of the Arab Spring and the epicenter for the movement was New York City. From there it spread nationwide, and countless chapters protested in their respective areas. Lucy Kafanov covered the protests coast to coast and she recaps the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Original Youtube video here.

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mkue27
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Thank you RT for you true and honest coverage.You have quckly become the only news media I turn to.

blackiron60
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The American empire is being challenged from within, from the very cellars of its pyramid, because the people, the grunts of the system, are taking no more bullshit.

Brett __
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@Friedstuffsable LOL u got that right

cornMFbrownie
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Bring on the bottle neck.

Don Arrington
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GET TO THE PARK NOW! any everyone

onemindonespirit
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May 2012 be the year OWS people get a job.

onemindonespirit
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@khorn1994 ha ha ha ha you youtube people are great. Rage on my young activist. Your views of the world will change as you get older. I work two jobs so I have enough money to of course pay the bills and also to invest so I won't have to work forever like people too dumb to learn how to do this. Oh and,.. … … get a job. The only thing holding you back is YOU, not "the man".

onemindonespirit
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@khorn1994 you obviously give many a fuck about my comments otherwise you wouldn't keep replying. rage on, my teenage revolutionary! Oh and, get a job! You can't live at your parents forever!

Lurie2010
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You're surprised, Lucy? Gerald Celente is on your channel; he predicted this.

onemindonespirit
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@khorn1994 no you're probably going to stay at home and play world of war craft in your mom's basement all day and then rage on the internet about how unfair life is. Guess what–banks pay ME money. Wallstreet doesn't get a dime of what i invest in. I don't participate in the fake two party political system. Which one of us is really doing more?

onemindonespirit
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@johnnyforz what will really roast your noodle later on is to realize just how much a part of the establishment OWS really is. Ever heard of controlled opposition? That's what you are a part of.

onemindonespirit
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Firstly let me remind you that you started this with your childish comments towards me. I'm just playing along because you entertain me with your juvenile antics. As for OWS you are simply a member of the controlled opposition. It's the same thing that happens with anygrassroots movement. You protest because you think it will change something but I strike at the core of the system. Because of your protesting the establishment has passed NDAA. Because you played right into their hands.

JAYFROMHARLEM
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Everyone thinks OWS is die, but guess what its not. OWS is like a bedbug, when you think were gone. That's when you start scratching and looking around to see what bit your ass. Remember when you see one, they're many that you don't see.

We are legion.
We do not forget.
We do not forgive.
Expect Us!!

98bigbutt
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The corporations could have all the $ and the power to send the cops to crush the OWS Demonstrators but the demonstrators aren't giving up.

onemindonespirit
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@khorn1994 "i dare you i dare you i dare you" wow you truly must be a 14 year old. at least politically. No, people like you who actually believe you are a "we" are serving a great purpose for the globalists. They are not afraid of you at all, as you actually are working for them, you just don't realize how you are being directed and used.

onemindonespirit
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@khorn1994 like i said, your views will change as you get older. right now is a fun moment in your life where you don't have any financial responsibilities or any real responsibilities for that matter…AND YET you believe that you understand how real life works and thus you make a great activist. the world has uses for such people who are so naive. go get a job, stop protesting capitalism while living off the work of others.

Corey Ogilvie
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@ocf1fan1 could not agree more.

wojovox
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imagine a system where everyone earned equal. you simply did what you wanted and collected your share. We cap the individual so there are no multi billionaires in the system living a life of luxury while others struggle.

Imnobodyxxxx
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@Wojovox No that would be communism.

JamesEzSecretChannel
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awesome commentary
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zelemont
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@wojovox Yeah that sounds dumb.

wojovox
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@zelemont

Great argument as to why.

zelemont
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@wojovox Well it should be common knowledge now that it historically has never worked. It is just common sense that with no incentive, progress will slow. The technological boom that is defining our world today would not be at the same level if countries like the USA and Japan were communist as there would be no competition. In a nutshell, communism is fucking dumb.

wojovox
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@zelemont

Historically we note that everything is better on paper. What we saw played out wasn't the theory of communism as Marx proposed. I would like to see if there is scientific backing that we have alternative incentives besides money. There are many people who take low-paying jobs because it's the work they wish to do. Could we argue that these individuals had another incentive?

wojovox
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@SgtCrom

Greed seems to be ingrained into us. So, perhaps just a cap or regulation to control the "runaway effect" of capitalism (I quote that because it's my own bullshit). There could be a state of continued existence of richer folk, but is it just and easy to defend that one makes billions while another struggles for sustenance?