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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1020 on: December 17, 2011, 08:33:13 pm »
http://www.portlandoccupier.org/2011/12/15/occupy-portland-outsmarts-police-creating-blueprint-for-other-occupations/

Some very interesting tactical analysis of the PDX Occupy faction. I think Net may have hinted at this earlier.

That's a good article. I'm curious what military tards think about it.

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In summary: when the cops come to clear the park, don’t resist. As they are preparing for their military maneuver and use of force that the Occupiers cannot reasonably be expected to resist, the occupiers should be packing up their tents and baggage and loading them into wagons, bicycles, backpacks, etc.

Force the cops to clear the park inch by inch, but try to avoid arrest in so doing. Once they have cleared the park, rouse the crowd through loud amplification announcing that you intend to march (any destination will do). Get the music blaring and then march aimlessly, blocking traffic the whole way, for hours. The crowd will be energized and willing to march for a long time, being spurred on by energetic music and chants.

The police will eventually trim down their entourage because they realize that they are helpless. Eventually, work your way back to the park. Or, if the police have fenced off the park, head to another park. If the police force you out, march again and they will be forced to follow. Eventually, they will inevitably come to the conclusion that they would rather have you in a park than disrupting traffic.

The police have no response to this tactic, other than resorting to brutality. And if they do that, we win whether they clear the park or not.
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1022 on: December 18, 2011, 03:16:49 am »
What happened to that lady who allegedly miscarried due to police brutality? I heard there were some doubts raised about her story but I never really saw any real real follow up.
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1023 on: December 18, 2011, 03:20:02 am »
http://www.portlandoccupier.org/2011/12/15/occupy-portland-outsmarts-police-creating-blueprint-for-other-occupations/

Some very interesting tactical analysis of the PDX Occupy faction. I think Net may have hinted at this earlier.

That's a good article. I'm curious what military tards think about it.

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In summary: when the cops come to clear the park, don’t resist. As they are preparing for their military maneuver and use of force that the Occupiers cannot reasonably be expected to resist, the occupiers should be packing up their tents and baggage and loading them into wagons, bicycles, backpacks, etc.

Force the cops to clear the park inch by inch, but try to avoid arrest in so doing. Once they have cleared the park, rouse the crowd through loud amplification announcing that you intend to march (any destination will do). Get the music blaring and then march aimlessly, blocking traffic the whole way, for hours. The crowd will be energized and willing to march for a long time, being spurred on by energetic music and chants.

The police will eventually trim down their entourage because they realize that they are helpless. Eventually, work your way back to the park. Or, if the police have fenced off the park, head to another park. If the police force you out, march again and they will be forced to follow. Eventually, they will inevitably come to the conclusion that they would rather have you in a park than disrupting traffic.

The police have no response to this tactic, other than resorting to brutality. And if they do that, we win whether they clear the park or not.

John Robb, the Global Guerrilas writer, who definitely counts as a military tard, although with different tactical thinking than most, mentioned this tactic and praised it rather emphatically.
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1024 on: December 18, 2011, 10:21:15 am »
Given that Global Guerillas hasn't been worth a shit since 2008 I'm not the least bit surprised that BH is a fan.
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1025 on: December 19, 2011, 02:31:15 pm »
GG has some interesting links fairly often.  i don't think i had seen it before 2008, but what's it lost?

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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1026 on: December 19, 2011, 02:39:04 pm »
He rarely ever actually talks about war, terrorism and insurgency any more.

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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1027 on: February 01, 2012, 07:02:36 pm »
http://www.thenation.com/blog/165883/occupy-effect

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I don’t know how Occupy Wall Street will impact the 2012 election, but one thing seems pretty clear: it’s changed the national conversation.

A few short months ago, the corporate media and inside-the-Beltway chatter was all debt and deficits, all the time.

Occupy changed that. It reset the media narrative so it’s more aligned with the true crises of our times—income inequality, downward mobility and economic fairness. It’s also renewed attention to corporate accountability and the corrosive role of corporate money in politics.

Just look at the media’s use of the words “inequality” and “greed” post-Occupy. As Peter Dreier notes, a Lexis/Nexis search shows that US newspapers published 409 stories with the word “inequality” in October 2010. Through September 2011, the number of stories about “inequality” remained roughly the same. But in October 2011, when OWS erupted across the country and overseas, the frequency skyrocketed to 1,269 stories.

You can see a similar pattern with stories on “greed.” Between October 2010 and September 2011, “greed” stories fluctuated between 452 and 728. But in October of that year newspapers stories on greed jumped to 2,285.

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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1028 on: February 04, 2012, 06:27:52 pm »
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KMFDM Bitch-Slaps Plutocracy With A Drug Against Wall Street

The whole #OccupyWallStreet thing is cool and all, but it's not a real party until some heavyweights of radical music start throwing their weight behind it. Fans of industrial metal will be pleased to know that KMFDM has done just that, releasing a new version of their classic track (which the more angsty of us rocked in our angsty bedrooms over a decade ago), A Drug Against War, but have altered their own lyrics to spotlight the recent rebellion against evil psycho-clown corporations.

The vocals in the track are now all about defeating our shady bankster-GMO-Annunaki overlords with the new title A Drug Against Wall Street! Calling upon the 99% to "march to the drum of the ultra heavy beat," the vocals warn against remaining passive to the ravages of class warfare, warning us rather succinctly that "make no mistake, our children's future is at stake."

Shortly after the release of this slammer in its new incarnation, KMFDM's founder and front-man, Sascha K, stated, "On Oct 15, I suddenly had this idea of doing a new version... using alternate lyrics voicing support of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Working quickly I was able to get it done and posted so it could be made available for free to everyone during the Global Day Of Action."

Download/listen/stream the track via here:

http://www.kmfdm.net/adrugagainstwallstreet/

I just did, and it's rather awesome. (of course the original is pretty sweet as well)
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1029 on: February 05, 2012, 10:24:58 am »
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KMFDM Bitch-Slaps Plutocracy With A Drug Against Wall Street

The whole #OccupyWallStreet thing is cool and all, but it's not a real party until some heavyweights of radical music start throwing their weight behind it. Fans of industrial metal will be pleased to know that KMFDM has done just that, releasing a new version of their classic track (which the more angsty of us rocked in our angsty bedrooms over a decade ago), A Drug Against War, but have altered their own lyrics to spotlight the recent rebellion against evil psycho-clown corporations.

The vocals in the track are now all about defeating our shady bankster-GMO-Annunaki overlords with the new title A Drug Against Wall Street! Calling upon the 99% to "march to the drum of the ultra heavy beat," the vocals warn against remaining passive to the ravages of class warfare, warning us rather succinctly that "make no mistake, our children's future is at stake."

Shortly after the release of this slammer in its new incarnation, KMFDM's founder and front-man, Sascha K, stated, "On Oct 15, I suddenly had this idea of doing a new version... using alternate lyrics voicing support of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Working quickly I was able to get it done and posted so it could be made available for free to everyone during the Global Day Of Action."

Download/listen/stream the track via here:

http://www.kmfdm.net/adrugagainstwallstreet/

I just did, and it's rather awesome. (of course the original is pretty sweet as well)

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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1030 on: February 05, 2012, 01:21:43 pm »
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1031 on: February 07, 2012, 07:43:33 pm »
http://www.nashvillescene.com/pitw/archives/2012/02/07/lawmakers-add-jail-time-to-anti-occupy-nashville-bill

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The bill to evict Occupy Nashville kept rolling through the legislature today, winning easy approval in the House Judiciary Committee. But first, lawmakers rubbed it in by jacking up the penalty for violations. Now if you’re caught in a tent on the Legislative Plaza or under a bridge or anywhere else on public property where camping isn’t permitted in Tennessee, you could go to jail for 11 months and 29 days and pay a $2,500 fine.
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1032 on: February 07, 2012, 07:57:57 pm »
Gonna be some full jails.
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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1033 on: February 07, 2012, 07:58:51 pm »
You can't just use public property in any way you like, after all.  There are rules.

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Re: Occupy
« Reply #1034 on: February 07, 2012, 08:00:31 pm »
You can't just use public property in any way you like, after all.  There are rules.

And God forbid we LISTEN to the protesters.  We can't encourage that sort.  If they want to be heard, they can make a big fat campaign contribution, like everyone else.
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