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Occupy Congress January 17th, 2012

Posted by Fredsvenn den januar 14, 2012



Anonymous Message to AMERICA

The State of Occupy Wall Street (Occupy Congress January 17th, 2012)

It’s time for the American People to send a message to Congress. Ordinary citizens are not being represented by their elected leaders. January 17th you ask? The U.S. House of Representatives convenes for the first time in 2012 on January 17th. We can change the conversation and we can make a difference. Be there or be square.

Occupy Congress January 17th, 2012

Occupy Congress January 17th 2012

Occupy DC: Occupy Congress on January 17th

Protesters file for permit to “Occupy Congress” Jan. 17

Occupy Congress January 17th, 2012 – Google+

Occupy Your Congress


Occupy Congress Bus Update

Occupy Congress Bus Update

Occupy Police – Operation Shield


We have ALL sat back for weeks and watched a good amount of police brutality occur. We have all sat back furious and frustrated, and with no outlet for our frustration.OcPo would like to introduce you to Operation SHIELD. Occupy Police has thought long and hard for week on our next move, and we’ve finally solidified our resolve to combat police brutality directly with Operation SHIELD.Police should expect SHIELD members to appear when police are on site, SHIELD members will act honorably, if you are an officer, you can expect, not to be attacked, cursed or yelled at, spit on, or harmed by a SHIELD member, there will be a contact number if this occurs.

You can also expect SHIELD members to be interlocked together creating a barrier which separates protestors from police.

Occupy Police.org

Numbers and reasons to support the Occupy movement –

(Download flyer here PDF)

  • 66% of American make less than $40,000 a year.
  • .05% of Americans make more than $1 million a year.
  • The top 20% of Americans control 93% of total financial wealth; 1% controls 43%, and the next 19% controls 50%.
    This leaves the bottom 80% controlling only 7% of total financial wealth.
  • 25 million people in this country can’t find a full-time job.
  • 50 million people in the U.S.A. live without health insurance.
  • 47 million people in this country need government help in order to feed themselves.
  • 15 million families owe more on their mortgage than the value of their home.
  • More than 8 Million people lost their homes in the foreclosure crisis so far.
  • The U.S. housing market has lost an estimated $4.9 trillion dollars, as 59 million homes have declined in value.


U.S.A approximate numbers (U.S. Census): population, 312.7 million; work force population, 153.8 million; number of households, 117.5 million.

Inequality and the Common Good, Institute for Policy Studies.

Wealth Income and Power, by G. William Domhoff, UC Santa Cruz.

The Rising Age Gap in Economic Well-Being; The Old Prosper Relative to the Young, By D’Vera Cohn, Gretchen Livingston, Paul Taylor, and Richard Fry.


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