Thank God you are young. Thank God you are here!

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Si esto pasará en Iran, Cuba, Venezuela, etc. el gobierno de los Estados Unidos de America diría que es una represión del gobierno en contra de su gente y que los presidentes de Iran (Mahmoud Ahmadinejad), Cuba (Raul Castro) o Venezuela (Hugo Chavez) deben de respetar los derechos de los ciudadanos. ¿Será que en algún momento, Obama, Hilary o alguién más pedirá a los alcaldes de las diferentes ciudades en America que dejen de atacar a los manifestantes pacificos?

El Movimiento Ocupa Wall Street celebró el aniversario del tercer mes de su nacimiento. Vean los videos/fotos. Esto es algo de lo que paso en la ciudad de Nueva York.

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Listen to the lady at the end of the video.
“This is the beginning of something really bad when the police behave this way. It’s very important WHAT YOU’RE DOING otherwise they wouldn’t try to stop you.”
“We’ve seen it all before. We saw them in the 30s, we saw them in the 60s, and now they’re back. Anybody who raises up their hands to this shit system gets it KNOCKED OFF. Thank God you are young. Thank God you’re here!”
D17: Spontaneous March on Times Square | Occupy Wall Street Video

“December 17, 2011: On the three month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, after the arrest of 49 protesters in Duarte Square, occupiers take their message into the streets. The peaceful march on Times Square is met with cheers from bus passengers, limo drivers and other working new yorkers and with violent arrests by the NYPD.”_Occupy TVNY

More videos of D17: 3rd month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, 24th birthday of Bradley Manning and the 1 year anniversary of the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi.
Photos of D17 in NYC.

#D17 Occupation 2.0: Protesters Take NYC Streets, NYPD Arrests.

#D17 Police Violence – 7th Ave and 34th St – Occupy Wall St

“Watch carefully! You’ll see NYPD tackling, shoving, muffling, and harassing!
December 17, 2011. 7pm or so. 7th Ave and 34th St.”

Occupy Wall Street #D17 | Police Violate Constitution and Lose | 12/17/11

“NYPD once again overplays their hand, “kettling” peaceful protesters on a public sidewalk behind nets, only to withdraw. A pointless and violent exercise of mindless state power.”

“When I think about the tents as an expression of the First Amendment here, I compare it to Tahrir Square in Egypt. Our government is outraged when military forces and those governments come down on the demonstrators. But they won’t extend the same rights in this country. They praise that as a fight for democracy, the values we treasure. It comes here and these people are riffraff.”_Carol Sobel, co-chairwoman of the National Lawyers Guild’s Mass Defense Committee.

MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” host Lawrence O’Donnell said:

“Every day in America, police are too tough. Every day in America, police cross the line and abuse citizens.

Every day in America, police get away with that. White America was shocked at what they saw police doing to Rodney King. Black America would have loved to have been shocked by what they saw police do to Rodney King. But black America only could have been shocked if what the police did to Rodney King was something completely alien to their community experience, was something they couldn`t imagine the police doing in their community.

There`s a Rodney King every day in this country. And black America has always known that. Everything those cops did this weekend to those protesters they`ve done to someone else when there were no video cameras rolling. They`ve done it and they`ve gotten away with it. They know just how much assault and battery their department will let them commit.

They know just how many false arrests their department will let them do. They know just how much latitude their department gives them on abusing citizens. They do it because they know they can. They do it because they know — they know they will get away with it.”

Occupy Wall Street is leaderless resistance movement with people of many colors, genders and political persuasions. The one thing we all have in common is that We Are The 99% that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%. We are using the revolutionary Arab Spring tactic to achieve our ends and encourage the use of nonviolence to maximize the safety of all participants. READ MORE.