Zuccotti Park was the scene of a rally on Saturday, June 22, in solidarity with the protests in Turkey, Greece and Brazil. There have been ongoing rallies in support of the Turkish uprising at Zuccotti Park or Union Square every day for the past few weeks. About two weeks ago the Greek contingent joined their Turk comrades. Now, the Brazilian community has come out to join them. Around the world more and more people are rising up. There are mass protests in a growing number of countries, from Italy to El Salvador, from France to Ecuador, from Bulgaria to Mexico people are no longer remaining silent. Now is the time, yo. Stop watching TV, get off your couch, get into the streets and take control of your future before it is too late. Fight back against the people destroying the ecology of the world because they are eradicating everyone’s abundance, health and happiness.
Remember, this is supposed to be the land of the free and home of the brave — act like it, yo. Zuccotti Park is filling up with protestors from around the world . . . where are you, and why? It is all well and good to rally in support of the people rising up around the world, but when are you going to rise up?
Occupy Wall Street, the hard-grounder version, has been in the park every day since June 1st. The (re)Occupation continues even as the fair-weather activists continue to meet at the local bar, fueling their denial of the principles of OWS with alcohol. Don’t be fooled — the real Occupiers are in the park at the Info Station, the Screen-printing Station, the People’s Library, the Medic station and more. The real Occupy Wall Street can be seen dumpstering supper in the evening and making cardboard beds in the night all around Wall Street — the center of the occupation. The real Occupy Wall Street can be seen wakingOccupy Wall Street is home in the park expressing their solidarity with the peoples of the world who are rising up. We are still here! Just sayin’.
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