Occupy Everywhere: D15

 

 

Occupy Everywhere on December 15th. Get creative!

We are everywhere — and we need YOU! Occupy spaces in your own communities, and come play with us if you can on December 15th . . . playing in the streets is serious business.

Make yourselves visible, start your own actions! Occupy your street corners, libraries, schools, and offices. Host general assemblies in backyards or community centers. This is how we grow and go forward. Occupy everywhere.

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We want to help you Occupy Everywhere. We have some carefully produced guidance for you below. This is how we have been Occupying throughout the UK. There will be more to come. Join us.

Occupy London hereby present A Toolkit with which you may proceed to Occupy Everywhere on 15 December 2011

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7 Responses to “Occupy Everywhere: D15”

  1. How do it feel that you’re no longer the flavour of the month?
    Are all the sudden occupy this, occupy that just being thrown out because your acting childish desperate for attention? Seems to me that your group shouldn’t care what the “Big bad media” says about you but fact is you’re going out of your way to get attention in the media.

    Is that why your ::Ahem:: “Legal Observers” have let the leashes of the anrchists and let them get to doing what they do worst, cause misery and pain to whoever and whatever is in sight? Admit it your movement is losing influence, people are going home for christmas and continuing consumerism and filling the pockets of the big bad yet you keep whining about everything, just shut this site down and get back to work or find work, no doubt when you finish this pathetic movement I’ll be seeing half of you on TV at some BNP/EDL rally claiming “they took all our jobs” your at fault for your own situation and how do any of you think not going to work, school, college will make anything better?

    I swear to God if half your members weren’t uneducated morons they would have wised up by now and realised that you movement is little more than a few charismatic speeches and ideas that appeal to the common person thrown together to try and make a movement from them, I bet I could spout some rubbish and hld some colourfull pictures up at one of your occupy camps and have people start believing in what ever I tell them, truth is they are not following your movement because they generally believe in it, they’re doing it because it’s an excuse and because you’ve brainwashed them.

     
    • Well said! I think the funniest thing is the idea these people have that they are the victims of some media conspiracy of silence. They don’t seem to be able to understand the concept that they are doing nothing newsworthy and that that their mere existence does not entitle them to media coverage. This is presumably while they are hopeful of a violent eviction….

       
    • There’s no need to be afraid: come and see us and join in the conversation.

       
  2. Jesus! LG, how much anger! You can keep it for yourself. Nice try despising, offending and insulting people. But you know what, people here is too busy looking for justice and changing the world. And I will hope we can see it happen even in spite of the ones like you.

     
  3. Jesus! LG, how much anger! You can keep it for yourself. Nice try despising, offending and insulting people. But you know what, people here is too busy looking for justice and changing the world. And I hope we will see it happen even in spite of the ones like you.

     
  4. Dear LG: It seems to me that what you are angry about is that the Occupation does not have all 99% on the streets. No, we don’t. And people are, as you point out, going home for Christmas and engaging in consumerism and giving money to big corporations. We are not worried about not being flavour of the month anymore, though, because we are the flavour of the decade, and of the future, and of justice. This may be the work of twenty years, LG, but this was our big bang, and we will continue. I urge you to get down there and talk to the people at the camp. These ideas are big and important and possible, not just made up for “appeal to the common man” so that some tent lovers could “throw a movement together”. These are ideas like justice and liberty, like freedom and democracy, ideas that honorable people have died for throughout history. These ideas are possible. I know that in this consumerist world we are too bloated and cynical to believe that. But it is true. Justice is possible. And we discuss justice and all those ideas in earnest now and welcome all comers who would do so too, not for the power of any leader but for the good of the earth.

    I think Trolls like you, LG, are agitated because part of you wants this to work as much as we do. Thank you for your subliminal support!

     
    • “We are not worried about not being flavour of the month anymore, though, because we are the flavour of the decade, and of the future, and of justice”

      I think you are being somewhat presumptuous.

      It saddens me that the movement has failed to maintain any real support. And, I speak as a supporter. #occupylsx has turned in on itself, and seems to have degenerated into a series of meetings about meetings about meeting, and factionalism.

      We create more and more rules, some women do not not feeling safe, and we even have our own police force. We are creating a mirror image of the sociality we protest against.

      We fight wars with the media, break into a lawfully owned building, and generally attack anyone who fails to accept the party line.

      I have become ashamed of some of our actions. And, if I feel like that, image how others who are less sympathetic to us feel.

      The occupation needs radical change. We need to cause change to happen, instead of just demanding change. But, I doubt we, as a collective, are willing to make it happen.

      Very sad.

       

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