Greetings to all members of the Occupy Movement!
Lady Liberty needs our help now more than ever in 2012.
Will you answer the call?
Or will you sit back, sip the Starbucks, and watch Dances With the Stars on the television, while our freedoms are eroded?
Will you wait until your pension is stolen by greedy bankers to speak up?
What will you do?
Post your woes as a status update on Facebook?
By that time, it will be too late.
“Now is the time for all good people to come to the aid of their country”
A typing exercise, but better words were never written for where we find ourselves in history today.
There was not a word in the mainstream media this morning regarding the treasonous signing of NDAA by the president, nor was there anything about the “occupy” protesters showing up to re-take Zuccotti Park, only to be met by squads of the SS armed with pepper spray.
Imagine if Nixon had the NDAA power when he was in office?
I wish that I could say “Happy New Year” to all of you, but with the signing of NDAA by the President, I fear that it will be a very difficult time for all people that love freedom in the world.
By signing NDAA into law, Obama made it clear to all but the blind and stupid that he’s nothing more than a puppet sitting in a sham White House giving us the illusion that he is the one who actually holds the reigns of power.
So, what must be done? First, we must each start with ourselves because the truth is, to change your life and America along with it, the revolution begins individually in our own minds.
What sacrifices is each of us willing to make?
@kidakita on Twitter saw this message:
“Who would you bring to #DinnerWithBarack? Just a few hours left to toss your name in the hat!”
“I would bring Benedict Arnold to the dinner so that he and Obama can talk about what they have in common #NDAA”
By signing the NDAA, Obama effectively committed treason, as did every member of Congress that voted for the bill.
I don’t believe that we will see immediate mass-arrests and stifling of passive dissent, although we’ve already seen over 4,000 people arrested for exercising their 1st amendment rights.
No, I think there will be quiet “knocks on the door in the middle of the night.”
Slowly but surely, people will begin to disappear, all unnoticed by us, and unreported in the mainstream media.
Protesters will get increasingly harsher penalties for speaking up, and there will be a few show trials for “ringleaders” who will be tried on trumped-up charges and then sent away to club Gitmo for “reeducation.”
We are now at a crossroad in history and we each have to decide for ourselves where we stand, and how far we are willing to go for our freedom.
With that in mind……
How will the 99% be remembered in history?
What will history read like in 2024?
Let’s hope it will be like this:
“Out of the darkness of the capitulation of Obama to Wall Street when he signed The NDAA, rose one of the greatest mass-resistance movements in history. Thousands of OWS patriots rose up, by themselves and in groups, and defied authority. There were many political factions involved, with people from all walks of life.”
”The Police tried again and again to crush the occupiers. Corporate spies infiltrated the movement, betraying whole groups of people, many of whom were deported to camps.”
“For every fallen hero, though, there was another patriot ready to fight.”
“For every destroyed encampment, another rose up to fill the gap in the network of occupiers who opposed the Wall Street bought government.”
“The story of the Occupy Movement is the story of these commonplace people who, under circumstances that none had foreseen, began to do things they never would have imagined possible.”
“They were not consciously trying to save the honor of America, although that is what they did. They simply refused, at risk of their lives, to accept dishonor and degradation of human values.”
“Although they themselves talk of networks and movements, although they did function through such structures . . .
“the real story is one of individual actions often taken impulsively, to the astonishment of the actors themselves. . .
“These men and women of the Occupy Movement were quite ordinary men and women.”
“They never planned to be heroes, did not yearn for greatness . . . They were average people, ordinary people, who did extraordinary things.”
A member of the “occupy movement” recalled in 2024:
“We lived in the shadows as soldiers of the night, but our lives were not dark and martial. There were arrests, torture, and death for so many of our friends and comrades, and tragedy awaited all of us just around the corner.”
“But we did not live in or with tragedy. We were exhilarated by the challenge and rightness of our cause.”
“It was in many ways the worst of times and in just as many ways the best of times, and the best is what we remember today.”
So, where do we go from here?
Now might be the time for many members of the movement to “go to ground.” To lay low and to get your information from us bloggers and those of us who are still willing to protest and risk arrest.
Educate the masses. Get your information from the internet, until it is shut down or effectively censored.
That way, you will be able to see how the “armies of darkness” will be operating with their new powers that Congress and Obama have so graciously supplied them with.
Lay low and allow time to see if following the teachings of Ghandi and Martin Luther King have any positive effect on our condition.
You will be able to assess the tactics of the 1% and their forces and identify their corporate spy infiltrators. You will be better informed for when you plan the counterattack to take back our country.
Invent codes and signals and use them to expose infiltrators.
Form small groups. Now is the time, before it is too late.
Identify your allies and crush your opponents.
You might be the only light in the wilderness that we have left when the 1% completes their plan of total domination of the world’s population.
The masses will, by then, be more sheep-like than they are now, the Ghandi and King followers will be in prison, and you will be our last and only hope.
Our last chance for freedom.
Maybe the only way to defeat 1984 is to 1776?
Whatever happens, the flame of resistance must not and shall not die.
OCCUPY WALL STREET
Soldiers of freedom, wherever you may be, arise!
Don’t forget about Officer Pike of the UC Davis PD. Let’s never forget how he and other police officers have treated peaceful protesters. He should be arrested and tried for assaulting the public.
We are the 99%