#Occupylsx day 2 – we're here to stay at St Paul's, join us!

 

#occupylsx has woken up to a beautiful, sunny morning. The Canon Chancellor of St Paul’s came out to welcome us – he said we could stay, but told the police to leave. Amen to that!

There will be a people’s assembly at midday today, where we’ll discuss the future of #occupylsx – this is what real democracy looks like. Come down and make your voice heard.

#occupylsx needs food, shelter, anything warm and more people with positive energy. If you’ve got any of those things, please make yourselves known via:

Email: general@occupylsx.org
Twitter: twitter.com/OccupyLSX
Facebook: www.facebook.com/occupylondon

Or better still, just turn up!

 

15 Responses to “#Occupylsx day 2 – we're here to stay at St Paul's, join us!”

  1. Note that OLSX is expecting to have electricity

    Smaller items:
    blankets, tarps, rope (thick and thin), hot water bottles, pillows, cushions,
    cardboard, sleeping mats, food/drinks, cutlery, butayne canisters & stoves,
    sauce pans, washing up (buckets, soap, bowls), electric kettle, gaffer tape,
    cups, waterproof clothes/parkas, stationary, hammer and nails, screws

    Bigger Items:
    mops, brooms, etc, tents, generators + petrol, bags of sand,
    tent pole type things

     
    • Items Needed Down at St. Pauls
  2. Congrats it’s events like these that cheers me up no end. People aren’t apathetic or contented just needs hope and this movement is that hope.

     
  3. well done people keep going you have my support.will be there soon

     
  4. occupy lodond guys should really be up outside number 10 !!!

     
  5. Best wishes to the OLSX folks! From the US, with love.

     
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  8. One or two visable figureheads are needed and some initial, well thought out set of demands.

     
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  11. Well done to all of you and thank you for standing in peaceful protest for change and equality for all. You represent many more who cannot be with you − stay strong and stay peaceful.

     
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  14. I still don’t understand why this protest is being held at a place of worship? Why is the protest not outside banks? Instead it;s outside St. Paul’s with all the problems its now causing for people who want to visit that area. I don’t agree with siting this protest where it is in London. Move somewhere else.

     
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