1. Why Occupy Canada? Vancouver Oct 22 2011

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    from Kim Hunter / Added

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    Our leaders make campaign promises never kept. The problem goes beyond the parties and politicians, it's the system. All our politicians are in the pocket of a few elite who own, lobby, litigate, bully and bribe their way into every element of our lives. From what banks have done to the people of the US, to Monsanto's destruction and making us ill with no labeling required, to the big oil companies with private profits and public liability. 20 years of litigation was the answer to First Nations dieing downstream from the tar-sands. Average earner salary has dropped while the 1% has made 300% profits in the last 10 years. Our public servants serve these Corps. with bias data, subsidies and bias media. It's profit for very few, to the huge detriment of every aspects of all our lives. After 9 "secret meetings", presently our Harper Gov. wants to sell our water, energy, education, health, food, public services etc... with "CETA". Our current monetary systems are broken with virtual bank money being paid back with real money and real interest by real people. Over 1500 cities worldwide are in "Occupation" to bring to light these issues and demand better of the "system" and "leaders". From what I gather. ;^) David Suzuki speaks at Occupy Vancouver with Details to substantiate the atrocities subjected by the 99% by the 1%. The description won't allow for all the links to support documents, so I added them to the end of this video as well as my blog: http://kim-hunter.blogspot.com/ Equality, Justice, Peace

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    • Occupy San Diego

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      This is a video compilation made of Occupy San Diego on the evening of Friday, October 28, 2011. Local labor unions came out to show their support for the movement and to give voice to many of the Occupy Wall Street concerns. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this video are the opinions of the speakers. While I agree with much of what is being said, I do not personally agree with making personal insults to individual 1%-ers in our community. I believe that through respectful dialogue we can get our message across in a way that most people, especially those in the 1%, can understand.

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      • The People of Zuccotti Park

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        Filmed back in October, the voices and people of Zuccotti Park. Shot on the Canon 5D.

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        • Occupy Wall Street: Day 30 "Remind people, the 99% have the power".

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          A young protestor says "it's empowering to see people and remind people, you have the power to standup and make change when it is necessary, when you feel the laws are not serving the people." The 99% are coming together one person at a time, join OWS.

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          • occupy wall street didn't leave

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            from peter franklin / Added

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            our mayor bloomberg has been predicting that the wall street demonstrators would leave as soon as the weather got cold. well, it did. it was a freak of nature for there to be snow on october 30. it was freezing cold and my hands and face became numb. the demonstrators didn't go anywhere. they stood their ground and in a sense it was somewhat heroic. the noises that you hear on the soundtrack are the snow, the rain and the wind.

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            • Occupy Eugene - Long Road Ahead

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              Hear what members of Occupy Eugene have to say about their local occupation done in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street.

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              • Occupy Online: The Growth of OWS on Facebook

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                How did Occupy Wall Street grow online? This video charts the spread of OWS Facebook pages from September 16th to October 27th. On Facebook, more than 200,000 people have contributed over 1.5 million posts or comments on more than 400 pages. For more information, you can read our paper: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1943168 or contact us (neal.caren@unc.edu).

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                • TARIQ ALI / Revolution in the Air: On the Arab Spring and a World in Motion

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                  Thursday, October 27, 2011 @ Victory Gardens Biograph Theater An evening with world-renowned political thinker and activist Tariq Ali, brought to you by Haymarket Books with generous support from the Lannan Foundation. From the revolts that have shaken the Middle East, to the Occupy Wall Street sentiment sweeping the U.S., mass movements have been born across the globe. Join us as we discuss this new resistance to the status quo, it's challenge to empire and the dictates of capital, and radical notions of democracy and liberation born anew.

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                  • Baseline Principles for Structuring Directly Democratic Organizations

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                    Brooke Lehman, of the Institute Social Ecology, shares tips for structuring directly democratic organizations, focusing on the importance of equalizing inequalities, transparency and balancing rights and responsibilities. Open Forum presented at Occupy Wall Street, organized by the Education & Empowerment group and the Brecht Forum.

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                    • Occupy Wall Street braces for winter

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                      Protesters in New York City's Zuccotti Park prepare themselves for freezing temperatures and the increased health hazards that come with living outdoors in the winter. On Friday, tents and metallic space blankets were given out to demonstrators. Overnight stays have dwindled due to cold.

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