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Occupy Wall St. vs Fox News

Jesse LaGreca talks about his encounter with Fox News.

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UJelly

Wow, nicely done!

The interaction between our corrupt politicians (on both sides of the political isle), the federal reserve and investment banks is what you should be focusing on. NOT just Wall Street.

I suggest you all read "The Creature From Jekyll Island". It describes how billionaire bankers like JP Morgan convinced politicians to create the Federal Reserve. Through the Federal Reserve, banks are able to chase profits risk free, because we the tax payer are set up to cover their losses.

UJelly

Wow, nicely done!

The interaction between our corrupt politicians (on both sides of the political isle), the federal reserve and investment banks is what you should be focusing on. NOT just Wall Street.

I suggest you all read "The Creature From Jekyll Island". It describes how billionaire bankers like JP Morgan convinced politicians to create the Federal Reserve. Through the Federal Reserve, banks are able to chase profits risk free, because we the tax payer are set up to cover their losses.

Anonymous

This gentleman expresses, with controlled passion and concise eloquence, the essence of the fundamental disquiet that the " 99% " experiences daily. I remain perplexed at mainstream media's need to force the Occupy Movement to distill a singular message. Everyday life is multifaceted and the reach of current economic forces is equally multifaceted. If we speak of increased work demands with decreased resources or pitting one group against another group over fake fear issues or diminishing financial security, we keep coming back to this disquiet. My attempt at the singular message would be that the present day economic structure is fatally flawed and needs to be changed to service people and not markets. Thank you in advance for your efforts to bring about a peaceful change.

Anonymous

This gentleman expresses, with controlled passion and concise eloquence, the essence of the fundamental disquiet that the " 99% " experiences daily. I remain perplexed at mainstream media's need to force the Occupy Movement to distill a singular message. Everyday life is multifaceted and the reach of current economic forces is equally multifaceted. If we speak of increased work demands with decreased resources or pitting one group against another group over fake fear issues or diminishing financial security, we keep coming back to this disquiet. My attempt at the singular message would be that the present day economic structure is fatally flawed and needs to be changed to service people and not markets. Thank you in advance for your efforts to bring about a peaceful change.

jonber1

Dear Perplexed.

Media-mongers often repeat competitors headline-grabbing assertions. Next week it will be something about our collective birth-certificate.

And how smart of a talking-head can one be, to demand a singular message by a month-old global movement?

Justice and peace.

jonber1

Dear Perplexed.

Media-mongers often repeat competitors headline-grabbing assertions. Next week it will be something about our collective birth-certificate.

And how smart of a talking-head can one be, to demand a singular message by a month-old global movement?

Justice and peace.

Anonymous

It's exciting to see people standing up for the issues that are so important to the common people. I can only hope that these demonstrations lead to positive change. The great thing about this movement is it's versatility. Without a singular focus, it provides a more inclusive environment for people to voice there concerns. It's going to be really interesting to see what happens next.

Anonymous

It's exciting to see people standing up for the issues that are so important to the common people. I can only hope that these demonstrations lead to positive change. The great thing about this movement is it's versatility. Without a singular focus, it provides a more inclusive environment for people to voice there concerns. It's going to be really interesting to see what happens next.

Anonymous

Finally the common man is beginning to see the big picture. Hopefully we can work to make this country more humanisitic and more focused on children, future generations, the planet and the improvement of the human race instead of being so focused on financial fears fueled by a lopsided capitalist system that caters to the rich.

Waking up in Santa Cruz, CA

Anonymous

Finally the common man is beginning to see the big picture. Hopefully we can work to make this country more humanisitic and more focused on children, future generations, the planet and the improvement of the human race instead of being so focused on financial fears fueled by a lopsided capitalist system that caters to the rich.

Waking up in Santa Cruz, CA

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