Adventure Cat To Occupy Bilderberg 2012!

A video short by Wiki World Order for Occupy Bilderberg. http://OccupyBilderberg.org

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ADVENTURE CAT: What’re you guys doin’ this weekend?

SIBLING CATS: Sleeping, DUH!

ADVENTURE CAT: Well did you hear what’s happening? May 31st through June 3rd?

SIBLING CATS: Meh, we are impressively comfortable.

ADVENTURE CAT: It’s Bilderberg 2012!

SIBLING CATS: Build-A-Bear?

ADVENTURE CAT: No

SIBLING CATS: Bild-err-What?

ADVENTURE CAT: The Bilderberg Group is an annual, unofficial, invitation-only conference of approximately 150 guests from North America and Western Europe, most of whom are people of influence. About one-third are from government and politics, and two-thirds from finance, industry, labour, education and communications. Meetings are closed to the public. (source: Wikipedia)

SIBLING CATS: Where’s the conference this year?

ADVENTURE CAT: It’s at the Westfields Marriot by Dulles Airport in Chantilly, Virginia. If my friend Morgan still lived in Washington DC, he would be there in half a heartbeat — half an hour actually — and beg everyone he knows in the area to PLEASE check it out.

SIBLING CATS: Sooo, why does this matter?..powerful people meet all the time.

ADVENTURE CAT: They sure do, but usually meetings this big are much more public and universally covered for at least a few news cycles. Think about how much media attention NATO summits get…or the Oscars, or NFL Drafts.

SIBLING CATS: OH yea! Who won the Oscars?

ADVENTURE CAT: WHO CARES?! But guess who attended the Bilderberg Conference last year?… (show list of attendees)

SIBLING CATS: WOW! What a collection of some of the biggest public players in the world.

ADVENTURE CAT: No joke! Talk about the 1%…Bilderberg is the 0.00000002%.

SIBLING CATS: Why haven’t we heard of this before?!

ADVENTURE CAT: Participants agree to keep details spoken at the meetings from the public, so these world leaders can speak more frankly. So the mainstream media has hardly ever mentioned it until the past few years with knowledge spreading across the internet.

SIBLING CATS: So if these meetings are behind closed doors, and invite-only, why are you going?

ADVENTURE CAT: TO PROTEST!

SIBLING CATS: Huh?

ADVENTURE CAT: Top politicians and businessmen are discussing plans for our world without transparency and therefore accountability. If they have our collective best interest in mind, what do they have to hide?…or why can’t they speak honestly to us like adults?

SIBLING CATS: Good points.

MOMMA CAT: That’s just a silly conspiracy theory.

ADVENTURE CAT: You’re a conspiracy theory.
Actually, the phrase “conspiracy theory” is mostly just used to get most people to disregard the alternative narrative being discussed. Where conspire is defined as ‘to act in harmony toward a common end,’ this is more conspiracy fact.

SIBLING CATS: Yea! And the Bilderberg Group seems to be the world’s most public steering committee. The attendees can both help manifest the plans toward their common ends, as well as take advantage of knowing what this powerful crowd hopes will happen in the next year.

ADVENTURE CAT: That sure does seems to be the case, and other organizations like the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission spend more of the year hashing out more concrete policy details, plans, and drafting legislation.

MOMMA CAT: What if you’re put on some terrorist watch list or NDAA-ed out of your relative freedom.

ADVENTURE CAT: This is no time to let such fears beat us, mom. If we don’t have at least a voice, we don’t have anything. And there is WAY too much going on ‘in our name’ to be passive. Anyone with half a whisker of my curiousity should seriously check it out.
Occupy Bilderberg!

SIBLING CATS: Occupy Bilderberg!

ADVENTURE CAT: Occupy Bilderberg!

SIBLING CATS: Occupy Bilderberg!

ADVENTURE CAT: Occupy Bilderberg!

SIBLING CATS: Occupy Bilderberg!

OK, LET’S GO!..

Carisa Torres of Label GMOs Shasta, CA

https://sites.google.com/site/labelgmosshasta/
http://LabelGMOs.org

Download Quality Video File: http://wikiworldorder.org/video/Occupy/Mar16Monsanto-LabelGMOs.org.divx

Filmed at the 2012 Millions Against Monsanto protest/occupation in Davis, CA.
MONSANTO, 1910 5th Street, Davis, CA

Friday, March 16, 2012 at 6:30am until Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 7:00pm

JUSTICE FOR CONSUMERS!! JUSTICE FOR WORKERS!! JUSTICE FOR OUR MOTHER EARTH !!

Millions Against Monsanto – Davis, CA Protest/Occupation

First short version video of morning of March 16, the biggest highlights for my eye…

55 minute mix tape with footage from throughout the day…

General Assembly held during the afternoon at the protest/occupation…

MONSANTO, 1910 5th Street, Davis, CA

Friday, March 16, 2012 at 6:30am until Saturday, March 17, 2012 at 7:00pm

JUSTICE FOR CONSUMERS!! JUSTICE FOR WORKERS!! JUSTICE FOR OUR MOTHER EARTH !!

Demands To Monsanto:
STOP COMPLETELY !
STOP POLLUTING THE ENVIRONMENT !
STOP POISING OUR DRINKING WATER !
STOP CHOPPING DOWN RAIN FORESTS !
GET OUT OF OUR GOVERNMENT !!

http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_24800.cfm

The Objective: To bring local awareness to the corporation Monsanto’s control and involvement with the toxins in our food and water supplies and the ties they have in the government. We must start acting locally and thinking globally to bring down this tyrant of the food industry. We are in worldwide solidarity with the Millions Against Monsanto (www.MillionsAgainstMonsanto.org) and several other groups, organizations, foundations, and individuals who feel that something must be done to stop the evil practices of the Monsanto Corporation.

“Corporations are Not People and Money Is not free speech”

The Goal: To unite local communities, as consumers, voters and organizers to continue the push to remove Monsanto and other Corrupt Corporations from our government. Along with other campaigns all over the globe to create a world governed for, of, and by the people, not the corporations. One tactic is to strategize and take action utilizing the power of the Boycott to send a strong message we will not do business with Corrupt Corporations. We are urging for monthly and biweekly protests; Workshops, teach-ins, film showings; Canvassing, flyering, training organizers, and recruiting more people to the peaceful fight.

Jeff Kravitz and Gary Blenner announce their candidacies for Sacramento Board of Supervisor 2012

First ‘Pro-Occupy/99%’ candidates officially announce campaigns for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors

SACRAMENTO — Occupy Sacramento attorney Jeff Kravitz and high school government teacher Gary Blenner officially announced Wednesday that they are running for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors — as the first “pro-Occupy/99%” candidates in the area, and possibly the state of California.

Kravitz, who is a volunteer attorney for Occupy activists arrested at Cesar Chavez Park, is a civil rights lawyer and former constitutional law professor. He is running in District 3.

Blenner is a government teacher at Rio Americano High School, and a former school board member in the Center Unified School District. He is running in District 4.

Both said they will be running “for the 99%,” not corporations, promising to hold a series of “99% community forums” over the next few months to find out what the 99% want them to do if they are elected.

In a joint statement released Wednesday, they said:

“The 99 percent are under-represented in Sacramento. The 1 percent, corporations and the wealthy, are over-represented. We are going to ask the people — the 99 percenters — in our districts what they want. We will hold a series of 99 percent town halls to listen to the people, the 99 percent who are working men and women often ignored and exploited by the very politicians they elect.

“We will not support cuts in our county that harm those already under-represented and who need the safety net that has been shredded in recent years. We will not support cuts in our county that hurt those in need, whether they be the homeless, taxpayers caught in a bind or others, such as the sick and elderly, who must rely upon county funded services.

“We will not support a sell-off of public property to pay for millionaire and billionaire arenas.”

Values, Visions & Priorities Discussion #4 (Occupy Sacramento 60s Style Teach-In Feb 25)

Given by occupier, Dave.

Download Higher Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Feb25-Visions-4.divx
Stream Video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ELdFcHviTE

Recorded with the help of Tayeh and edited by Morgan Lesko for Wiki World Order, We Are Change, and Occupations everywhere.

You should be here. COLLABORATE WITH US! Cesar Chavez Park, every day.

http://OccupySac.com – @OccupySacto – facebook.com/OccupySacramento

Why Ron Paul? (with Dennis Kucinich in 2012)

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Why Ron Paul?

Even though the puppet President position of the United Corporation of America, can do little alone to change the game.

Even though we ALSO need to VOTE OUT AT LEAST 95% OF CONGRESS with millions of simple steps (voting absentee in advance is relatively easy).

I’m registering Republican this election and voting for Ron Paul because he is the ONLY “electable” candidate talking about PEACE!

The ONLY candidate in either party talking about ending our current wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and others…and NOT starting new ones!

Even if Paul doesn’t get elected, we deserve a real challenge to Obama in the general election and NONE of the other candidates have a chance at beating the incumbent.

If nothing else, this Air Force veteran can bring a radical policy of PEACE to a wider audience than the republican “debates”.

Try listening to a Ron Paul highlights reel on YouTube for a debate on one of the Cartoon News Networks,

and even if you don’t agree with all his very consistent positions, SURPRISE!…you will hear rational discourse!

I know his vision of dramatically reduced government may scare many. But since the revolving doors surrounding most regulatory agencies allow them to be used more as a tools FOR the corporate-industrial complex to maintain hegemony…is less of THAT really worse?

Why Ron Paul?

Not just because he is the only mainstream candidate in both parties with any real empathy for the worldwide Occupation of the 99.99%.

Not just because the mainstream still insists that nobody predicted the “Great Recession.”

I’m voting for Ron Paul because he is the ONLY candidate in either party talking about the FEDERAL RESERVE.

Because he tried to prevent this extra radical consolidation of wealth and the “Great Recession”…at least ten years ago.

I don’t agree with him on every single issue, but he nails all the ones that matter most [urgently].

Not just because all the other “electable” candidates support the continued expansion of the war on drugs, war on terror, and cybersecurity.

I’m voting for Ron Paul because he was one of the few who voted AGAINST THE USA PATRIOT ACT and the recent treasonous National Defense Authorization Act!

I’m voting “Blue Republican” without expectations or HOPE for CHANGE by replacing one seat in corrupt government.

But if nothing else, it will send a message to the world that WE THE PEOPLE of America want PEACE!

Not because paperless electronic voting machines are intended to be rigged, and our votes don’t matter as much as they used to.

I’m voting for Ron Paul AND TELLING PEOPLE ABOUT IT, because he really could win as a Constitutionalist right now in this year of 1776 — I mean 2012.

Why Ron Paul?

I’m voting for Ron Paul because when he speaks, he almost always speaks from the heart…unlike most politicians.

You can feel him telling you what he truly believes, instead of just what his polls or handlers say.

So who should he choose for Vice President?

Who else speaks from principled and good positions?

I would LOVE to see him run with Dennis Kucinich

…or Cynthia McKinney, another of my few heroes in Congress.

…or maybe Buddy Roemer, who is running on the single issue of campaign finance reform and backs Occupy Wall Street.

I would trust most compromises found with such a team of “rivals” in the White House…

at least wildly more than any other “electable” options presented in any election in my lifetime.

I would LOVE to vote for such a team of allies for PEACE in 2012.

Even though we must also outgrow the octopus, and occupy the world.

Even though we must also apply critical thinking to more of our thoughts and daily dollar votes.

Even though we must also spread love and solidarity for our fellow humans around the world.

Not to immediately realize the world we want..

But to at least help shift the consciousness towards PEACE.

That’s Why Ron Paul.

Values, Visions & Priorities Discussion #3 (Occupy Sacramento 60s Style Teach-In Feb 18)

Given by occupier, Dave.

Download Higher Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Feb18-Visions-3.divx
Stream Video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itpeWqwfBPc

Recorded with the help of Tayeh and edited by Morgan Lesko for Wiki World Order, We Are Change, and Occupations everywhere.

You should be here. COLLABORATE WITH US! Cesar Chavez Park, every day.

http://OccupySac.com – @OccupySacto – facebook.com/OccupySacramento

Values, Visions & Priorities Discussion #2 (Occupy Sacramento 60s Style Teach-In Feb 11)

Given by occupier, Dave.

Download Higher Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Feb11-Visions-2.divx
Stream Video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlKSI7FSMnE

Recorded with the help of Tayeh and edited by Morgan Lesko for Wiki World Order, We Are Change, and Occupations everywhere.

You should be here. COLLABORATE WITH US! Cesar Chavez Park, every day.

http://OccupySac.com – @OccupySacto – facebook.com/OccupySacramento

Values, Visions & Priorities Discussion #1 (Occupy Sacramento 60s Style Teach-In Feb 4)

Given by occupier, Dave.

Download Higher Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Feb4-Visions-1.divx
Stream Video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GuOPBQrK0JI

Recorded with the help of Tayeh and edited by Morgan Lesko for Wiki World Order, We Are Change, and Occupations everywhere.

You should be here. COLLABORATE WITH US! Cesar Chavez Park, every day.

http://OccupySac.com – @OccupySacto – facebook.com/OccupySacramento

Support AJR 22, Get Corporate Money Out of Elections #CallingCA #CallingCongress

Download High Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/calls/Wiki_World_Order-Calling_CA-Jan25-AJR22.divx
Stream On YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80JSCUO6MLg

Tell the California Legislature to Get Corporate Money Out of Elections
http://action.citizen.org/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=9261

California Assembly Joint Resolution 22 (2012)

AJR 22, as introduced, Wieckowski. Campaign finance reform.
This measure would memorialize the Legislature’s disagreement with the decision of the United States Supreme Court in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, and would call upon the United States Congress to propose and send to the states for ratification a constitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and to restore constitutional rights and fair elections to the people. campaign finance reform is an absolutely vital step in restoring the people’s power to our governments, at all levels.

Full text: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/11-12/bill/asm/ab_0001-0050/ajr_22_bill_20120105_introduced.html

I just want to share that Senator Wolk’s support for Assembly Joint Resolution 22 is quite frankly one of the requirements for my vote in November. AJR 22 calls for Congress to propose a Constitutional Amendment to overturn the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling.

Radical campaign finance reform is an absolutely vital step in restoring the people’s power to our governments…at all levels. Our elections were bought and paid for long before Citizens United, and more work must be done beyond just overturning it, but a Constitutional Amendment would send the right message and garner appropriate support for this issue. So please support AJR 22 and any attempts to clean up elections within California as well.

Inside Occupy SF – Enter Weekend Warrior (by Flash Gordon)

“This occupy scene is the manifestation of the revolution of what’s going on in peoples’ minds.” -Flash Gordon

Thank you so much for this wonderful report from your experience with Occupy San Francisco, Chris! You might be giving me more credit than I’m due, wish I could spend more time in the park and will probably get there once we’re finally allowed to camp (occupy).

Chris and I worked together under the We Are Change umbrella in the bay area and have done many truth actions on the street together. You and Manny do ROCK at the bullhorn wit, so glad you are appropriately well received. I love you, you are an amazing citizen activist. Miss you brother, see you next time I’m in town.

Download m4a file (copy of original, WWO mirror)
Download mp3 file

Please check out more from Flash Gordon:

http://web.me.com/guitarman/FlashGordon/Wonder_Pod/Entries/2011/10/25_Inside_Occupy_SF-_Enter_Weekend_Warrior.html

Occupy Sacramento Addresses City Council

Some Of The First Occupiers To Address A Governing Body

On October 11th, at 6pm, Occupy Sacramento officially made it’s presence known to the City Council during its regularly scheduled meeting. First rallying outside, occupation supporters flooded the meeting, and many gave testimony to share their perspectives on the record. But even after opening this dialogue with our elected officials, we continue to be arrested for staying in the park after the extended hours (11pm on weekdays, midnight on weekends).

While our occupation continued to grow, organize, and evolve over the next week, Occupy Sacramento continues to have the extra daily tasks of setting up and breaking down our entire infrastructure, and taking turns spending nights in the jail three blocks away from Cesar Chavez Park. Activist hero Cindy Sheehan, of nearby Vacaville, has also joined Occupy Sacramento and was arrested alongside fellow occupiers last Saturday night (Oct 15-16, night 10).

Occupier Testimonies:

You can watch entire city council meetings, as published by the city, via their web site:

http://sacramento.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=22

October 18th, 6pm: With around 250 Occupy Sacramento participants present for the meeting, 40 citizen speakers shared their perspective with the Sacramento City Council. Here are just a few minutes worth of highlights:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA2mgDoyk7I
Download High Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Oct18-Day13-Part1-Short.divx

And in the spirit of our new experiments in direct democracy, here are highlights from every single occupier who gave testimony on the 18th:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgpxfhA3RBo
Download High Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Oct18-Day13-Part1-Long.divx

Responses By Elected Officials:

Here is the uncut, unsatisfactory response given by our elected representatives. These representatives may face tough re-elections should they continue on the wrong side of history, and continue to arrest us during our nonviolent assemblies in OUR public park.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdTv2MrNjh0
Download High Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Oct18-Day13-Part2.divx

Oct 18th Arrests After Second City Council Meeting

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe20BFavH5o
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On October 18th, Occupy Sacramento spent it’s second Tuesday night in another very disappointing Sacramento City Council meeting. During this meeting dozens of occupiers thoughtfully presented our shared positions, but this seemed to fall on largely deaf ears. Mayor Kevin Johnson did offer to expand our level of discussion, and possibly work with us on a resolution he could take to Washington DC in November.

Representatives Steve Cohn and Angelique Ashby came closest to supporting us, maybe leaning towards a compromise allowing us to keep only our primary infrastructure tents and key volunteers overnight. While this pledge for enhanced collaboration could be positive, no one on the council defended our right to fully occupy Cesar Chavez Park and camp there 24/7. Citizens who remain at the park past its hours will continue to be arrested for being at a place of riot.

This limit and persecution on our right to assembly during this time of potential revolution is completely unacceptable…so we the people will continue to be peacefully arrested in OUR park.

In our current corporatocracy, you too, are likely part of the 99%. Please join us in this experiment in 21st century democracy!

Corbett Report Interview 393 – Morgan Lesko

My alternative media hero, James Corbett, interviews me!..

Corbett Report: “Morgan Lesko of WikiWorldOrder joins us to discuss his attendance at Occupy Sacramento and the significance of the greater Occupy movement.”

http://www.corbettreport.com/interview-393-morgan-lesko/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXU7xYSDrpM

Download High Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/Corbett_Interview_393-Morgan_Lesko.divx

Occupy Sacramento, Days 2-5: Participating In The First Weekend And My Arrest

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzKJBkMMgNk
Download High Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/Occupy/WWO-OccSac-Oct7-10-Days2-5.mp4

On October 3rd, when I first heard about the plans to Occupy Sacramento, I had also been thinking about going from Davis to San Francisco to participate in the Occupy The FED to focus on ending (or nationalizing) the privately-owned Federal Reserve. I knew I wanted to participate heavily in one of these two local occupations, and decided to go with Sacramento so I could spend more time there and simultaneously focus on local and other issues.

The first day, Thursday, October 6th, I mostly just participated in marches, enjoyed the self-chosen speakers, had some individual discussions, and did my best to record the event as a citizen journalist. But this weekend, I took less video footage and got more involved.

I didn’t get to Cesar Chavez Park until around 7pm after I finishing my day’s work, but it sounds like it was another great day, with a bit less attendence than Thursday. Our standard formula continued, with regular general assemblies to decide the nature of our occupation, open forums where anyone can share their views over a bullhorn, workshops, and periodic mid-town marches.

Friday night, when the park closed at midnight, many people began to occupy the public park after hours but most left after the first warning to disperse. This left one brave soul, Patrick Riordan, to hold down the occupation for the night. He was arrested alone that night, and although he is fine, he faced a rougher night in jail than any of the rest of us have had. Thank you so much Patrick, we love you!

On Saturday morning, I asked one of our amazing Resource coordinators, Laura, how I could help. And so I began the creation of an official information booth for Occupy Sacramento, so the Media team could focus their energy on all their publication and online presence. This was a great deal of fun and aside from the general information and daily schedules we post there to inform attendees, we had a tarp — and now a real table — for informative materials free for the taking.

About half of the table is dedicated to more “official” materials generated by the group like the Occupy Sacramento Newsletter, flyers, and the first official statement from Occupy Wall Street. The other half of the table is reserved for ANYONE to leave ANY materials they wish to share. I like to call it, “Need some info? Take some info. Have some info? Leave some info.” And¬†given our big tent of 99%, you can find anything from Tea Party magazines, to socialist flyers.

Throughout the day, Occupy Sacramento continued to hold general assemblies, open forums, workshops, art and music sessions, and marches. At midnight, around 30 of us sat down just inside one corner of Cesar Chavez park to remain after it closed. We performed this civil disobedience in defense of our rights to freely assemble in this public park and freely speek with one another. After some private discussion and planning by the handful of Sacramento police officers already on the scene, a couple dozen police vehicles all rolled in together. Soon after arriving, the lead officer on the scene ordered us to disperse, and the occupiers who did not want to risk arrest crossed the invisible line of the park’s borders to join the rest of our observers on the sidewalk.

This left 14 citizens sitting with signs and most of our hands clearly visible, continuing to chant things including “Police are the 99%.” After one or two more warnings by the police for us to disperse, a few dozen police officers surrounded the sit-in. They wore helmets and held clubs and at least one pepper spray paintball gun which I remember seeing. But my 13 brothers and sisters and I all successfully remained completely non-violent and our respect to the police was once again reciprocated. None of us were harmed during our arrests and the hardest part tended to just be the discomfort, fatigue, and bordem of sitting in jail all night.
{* Videos of LIVE video stream during Saturday night’s arrests: ¬†*}

Arrest document with charges, and police Polaroid taken during initial processing

Although some of us were released from jail earlier, I was released around noon the next day after almost 12 hours in police custody, but safe and sound. I was charged with two misdemeanors:

  • PC 409 – Remaining at place of riot post order to [disperse]
  • SCC 12.72.090 – Loitering in parks during certain hours

The media team and citizen journalists who are actively participating in this citizen occupation have been doing an amazing job of getting the words, images, and videos out to all of our brothers and sisters across the world online. As far as local mainstream media goes, Natalie Sentz of Sacramento’s local ABC, channel 10, has been doing a relatively great job of reporting on Occupy Sacramento:

And Derek Shore of CBS Sacramento, channel 13, has also been doing a better job than most (including an interview of me):

On Sunday and Monday nights, all occupiers staying past the park’s curfew voluntarily removed themselves from the park upon the first order to disperse by the police, then marched around the perimeter of the park for a while. My understanding of this action is that after making our point very clearly the past three nights, we wanted to help save city resources while still making our continued presence known. With each day that passes, our general assemblies and open discussions are making Occupy Sacramento more organized, connected, and ever closer to concrete lists of grievances and demands.

As the Occupy Together movement continues to extend and expand the principles and actions of Occupy Wall Street, we grow ever closer to reclaiming our world. Just in case these really are the beginning seeds of a true American revolution, the rest of the 99% needs to join us and help direct it in the ways we can all agree upon. Let us communicate and collaboratively organize in discussions where our elected representatives fail. This is as much about education as anything else, as we continue to learn and teach one another through open forums and unlimited face-to-face human interaction.

This is the most exciting time to be alive in centuries, so please stay off the couch and join us. Let’s keep it peaceful, positive, equal, and open-minded to create something remarkable during this once in a lifetime opportunity.¬†I love you all!¬†We are the 99%!

Credits:

Raw footage from arrest nights largely taken by Occupy Sacramento Media team Ustream account “dummey”
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/dummey