Posts tagged capitalism
Posts tagged capitalism
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Hillary Clinton, criticizing how Russian authorities have reacted to protesters.
How very appropriate, Mrs. Clinton. How about you redirect your words to the administration you serve?
A wild hypocrite appears!
The graduate class of 2011, facing a more problematic and uncertain jobs market than at any time since the start of the current recession, will also enjoy the distinction of being the most in-debt ever. As those revered prophets Beavis and Butthead once said .. “I have seen the future and it sucks”
When NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly stopped by Columbia to answer questions for a class taught by former New York Mayor David Dinkins, an Occupy Wall Street sympathizer whipped out a projector and started displaying images of police brutality.
New York City: Occupy 4 Jobs demonstration and direct action at Citigroup and Chase banks, Nov. 23, 2011.
Photos by John Catalinotto
Nov. 28 - Last night Seattle and Vancouver joined 5 other west coast cities in planning to shud down ports all along the West Coast on December 12. With this addition it means that every west coast occupation in a city with a port is now participating in the port blockade. Together we are unstoppable.
UC Davis Campus. If you pepper spray one of us, you better pepper spray all of us.
Today, Occupy Princeton wore green in solidarity with the UC Davis occupiers. I had a green scarf and a raised fist all day.
“Tear Gas: The most effective agent used by employers to persuade their employees that the interests of capital and labour are identical.” — T-Bone Slim, humourist, poet, songwriter, hobo and labor activist in the Industrial Workers of the World.
New York City: Tens of thousands of people marched from Foley Square across the Brooklyn Bridge in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street and against corporate / government-imposed austerity, unemployment and poverty, November 17, 2011.
About 100 people were arrested blocking bridge traffic in a coordinated civil disobedience action, including union leaders and a city council member.
New York City: Tens of thousands march from Foley Square across the Brooklyn Bridge in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, November 17, 2011.
Photos by Brenda Sandburg
A few of the many acts of police brutality during Occupy Wall Street’s National Day of Action: in Portland, Los Angeles and New York City, November 17, 2011.
New York City: Occupy Wall street demonstrators flood the streets of lower Manhattan near the New York Stock Exchange during a National Day of Action, November 17, 2011.
New York City: Protesters march on Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, November 17, 2011.