GAME OVER AT OCCUPY WALL STREET? ~~ (PHOTO ESSAY BELOW)

I DON’T THINK SO!!
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has struggled with how to respond. He repeatedly made clear that he does not support the demonstrators’ arguments or their tactics, but he has also defended their right to protest and in recent days and weeks has sounded increasingly exasperated, especially in the wake of growing complaints from neighbors about how the protest has disrupted the neighborhood and hurt local businesses.

The mayor met daily with several deputies and commissioners, as more business owners complaining and editorials lampooning him as gutless, the mayor’s patience wore thin.

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I can predict, without doubt, that he (the mayor) hasn’t seen anything yet 😉

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Police Begin Clearing Zuccotti Park of Protesters

By COLIN MOYNIHAN and COREY KILGANNON
Hundreds of New York City police officers began clearing Zuccotti Park of the Occupy Wall Street protesters early Tuesday, telling the people there that the nearly two-month-old camp would be “cleared and restored” before the morning and that any demonstrator who did not leave would be arrested.

The protesters, about 200 of whom have been staying in the park overnight, resisted with chants of “Whose park? Our park!” as officers began moving in and tearing down tents. The protesters rallied around an area known as “the kitchen” near the middle of the park and began building barricades with tables and pieces of scrap wood.

The officers, who had gathered between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges and then rode in vans along Broadway, moved into the one-square-block park shortly after 1 a.m.

As they did, dozens of protesters linked arms and shouted “No retreat, no surrender,” “This is our home” and “Barricade!” There were no immediate reports of arrests.

The police move came as organizers put out word on their Web site that they planned to “shut down Wall Street” with a demonstration on Thursday to commemorate the completion of two months of the beginning of the encampment, which has spurred similar demonstrations across the country.

The move also came hours after a small demonstration at City Hall on Monday by opponents of the protest, including local residents and merchants, some of whom urged the mayor to clear out the park.

Police and mayoral officials did not immediately return calls requesting comments. The mayor’s office sent out a message on Twitter at 1:34 a.m. saying: “Occupants of Zuccotti should temporarily leave and remove tents and tarps. Protestors can return after the park is cleared.”

Before the police moved in, they set up a battery of klieg lights and aimed them into the park. A police captain, wearing a helmet, walked down Liberty Street and announced: “The city has determined that the continued occupation Zuccotti Park poses an increasing health and fire safety hazard.”

The captain ordered the protesters to “to immediately remove all private property” and said that if they interfered with the police operation, they would be arrested. Property that was not removed would be sent to a dump, the police said.

Some of the protesters grabbed their possessions. “They’re not getting our tents down,” one man shouted. People milled around, and some headed to the edges of the park.

The action came as other cities’ police forces have begun evacuating similar protest camps.

A handful of protestors first unrolled sleeping bags and blankets in Zuccotti Park on the night of Sept. 17, but in the weeks that followed, the park became densely packed with tents and small tarp villages.

The protest spawned others and attracted celebrities and well-known performers. It became a tourist attraction, inspired more than $500,000 in donations and gained the support of labor unions and elected officials while creating division within City Hall and the Police Department

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has struggled with how to respond. He repeatedly made clear that he does not support the demonstrators’ arguments or their tactics, but he has also defended their right to protest and in recent days and weeks has sounded increasingly exasperated, especially in the wake of growing complaints from neighbors about how the protest has disrupted the neighborhood and hurt local businesses.

The mayor met daily with several deputies and commissioners, as more business owners complaining and editorials lampooning him as gutless, the mayor’s patience wore thin.

Source 

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Meanwhile, in preparation for the long winter ahead, free flu shots were given to the participants of the encampment by volunteer doctors and health care workers….

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Photos © by Bud Korotzer
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And Jewish Groups stand up for Free Speech at Wall Street… (Bloomberg does not speak for them!)
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13 Comments

  1. Abouttime said,

    November 15, 2011 at 14:56

    What the hell are you people doing??????
    Don’t take those flu shots. You are giving money to the very Pharma big corporations you are protesting so they can inject you with mercury poison.
    Google “flu shot scam” and quit allowing them to poison you.

  2. Elizabethrose said,

    November 15, 2011 at 15:13

    i presume you know what was in those shots?
    Unbelievable and gullible springs to mind!

  3. t brown said,

    November 15, 2011 at 15:38

    Bloomberg “does not support the demonstrators’ arguments or their tactics”

    To what specific “tactics” does the mayor object? Their self-organizing of a community that works well and that does not need his government’s interference and police ‘protection’? Those kind of “tactics”?

    And ditto on the flu shots – those nurses, unfortunately, have been brainwashed by their allopathic medical training. They should, instead, be handing out herbal and natural remedies. And lots of cinnamon, anyone?

  4. Solarbunny said,

    November 15, 2011 at 16:06

    And I presume you also know what was in those flu shots? Stupid and arrogant comes to mind!

  5. November 15, 2011 at 16:24

    The Shots Are Primarily About Conformity. No matter what you Political Belief and/or Religion it is a common denominator of compliance. If the shots were statistically effective I would understand. However if you blindly believe that they work because your government and corporations say so. Then really how much of a free thinking rebel are you? You are a conformist and always shall be; with fear and security as primary binding motivator.

    So whats in the Shot? It is Conformity (Blind Obedience)

  6. f8te said,

    November 15, 2011 at 16:44

    Free f*&^in flu shots!?!? What?!! Ah these protesters are idiots. Confirmed with this slap in the face. Come on people.

  7. November 15, 2011 at 16:58

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  8. Howard T. Lewis III said,

    November 15, 2011 at 17:05

    The same occupier of the executive branch a short while ago, who pushed deregulation of the stock market to enable this mess has another treat for the offshore interests of HMS Lizard. Weather futures.

    PLEASE study the HAARP facilities. Their original mission statement emphasized weather modification as the main focus of research and implementation. Dutchsinse.com has a stunning record of successful weather predictions based on chemtrial>HAARP circle>radical weather event sequences proving the etiology of these events. The initial chemtrails perform the act of creating an appropriate medium for propagation of the particular meteorological HAARP affect desired. Hurricanes, tornados, rain storms, etc., are all available with experience using the HAARP apparatus. Combine this with short selling agricultural success in a targetted market and that $100 million dollar investment turns into serious money, which is then used as an economic weapon against the U.S..

  9. Howard T. Lewis III said,

    November 15, 2011 at 17:17

    The same occupier of the executive branch a short while ago, who pushed deregulation of the stock market to enable this mess has another treat for the offshore interests of HMS Lizard. Weather futures.

    PLEASE study the HAARP facilities. Their original mission statement emphasized weather modification as the main focus of research and implementation. Dutchsinse.com has a stunning record of successful weather predictions based on chemtrial>HAARP circle>radical weather event sequences proving the etiology of these events. The initial chemtrails perform the act of creating an appropriate medium for propagation of the particular meteorological HAARP affect desired. Hurricanes, tornados, rain storms, etc., are all available with experience using the HAARP apparatus. Combine this with short selling agricultural success in a targetted market and that $100 million dollar investment turns into serious money, which is then used as an economic weapon against the U.S..
    The above is what the freemasonic police departments are runnig interference for as traitors to the United States and as punks for their ‘grand patron’ , the queen of England and the ‘royal family’. The skull and bones society likewise plays the leading role as government infiltrator and thief, just like they did selling German war bonds and funding Hitler after doing the paper work to relay $12 million to Hitler for queen Elizabeth in 1930. Old habits.

  10. November 15, 2011 at 17:36

    […] Occupy Wall Street is quickly becoming a world-wide movement to bring down the current system. The list of demands is evolving  into something that hopefully will be for the better good of the majority of us humans. Here you will find images that are representative of the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) global movement. For more on this read: http://mariokenny.wordpress.com/2011/10/15/occupy-wall-street-photos-oct-14-2011-day-28-to-the-tune-for-what-its-worth/ Also you can read this related blog page: http://zumaland.com/2011/10/21/occupy-wall-street-historical-deadline-asap/ Also you can check out this related blog post: http://thepathtotyranny.wordpress.com/2011/11/01/photos-of-occupy-wall-street-at-zuccotti-park-looks-like-a-third-world-tent-city-to-me/ Additionally you can look at this related post: https://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/game-over-at-occupy-wall-street-photo-essay-below/ […]

  11. Howard T. Lewis III said,

    November 15, 2011 at 17:54

    They go up against the traitorous machine which runs the FEMA camps, the vaccine fraud and all and they are accepting flu shots in the middle of an OWS demonstration? I detect infiltrators.

  12. November 15, 2011 at 21:03

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  13. November 16, 2011 at 04:01

    Great pics! It shows a different side other than what the mainstream media is reporting in order to stir chaos. They just want the fight to escalate…then they can push the “issues” and “rights.”

    But, I disagree with it being “Occupy’s Park.” It should be cleared so everyone, even those that disagree with their campaign, can enjoy it and so the businesses within the area can return to normal. They can meet in the day time and form better groups that way. The camp-outs probably draw in the criminals.

    And, those useless threats: We’ll shut down NYC, or shut down Wallstreet and the subway systems, they’ve destroyed our books (books that were already being destroyed by the weather anyway) in an attempt to make it look like they weren’t for education….bad deal. Makes ya want to hate them for that.

    It’s a fickle group from what I can tell so far.


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