OWS Movement and the War on Libya

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Michel Chossudovsky
October 26, 2011


OWS Movement and the War on Libya
by grtv

An analysis of the Occupy Wall Street movement, its roots and development over the last several months, and the dangers of infiltration of the movement by "shadow leaders" who may be connected with organizations looking to co-opt and redirect the movement based on the model of previous "color revolutions".

Also includes an examination of the NATO war against Libya, the destruction of the country by Western powers, and the media disinformation which has continually plagued these assaults.

Watch Part 2: http://youtu.be/gtgM7eLdRRI
Watch Part 3: http://youtu.be/z63jeEusOsU


2011 / 10 / 28
Mike Corbeil says:

"You cannot challenge Wall Street and then ask Wall Street to cover your travel expenses"?

True, but also a funny phrasing of this truth. And then it's no longer funny at all, when realising that it's true and what that means. That realisation might possibly cause whiplash and then you spend the rest of your life walking around with a crooked neck and tilted head.

And I don't mean Wall Street not paying my traveling expenses. Wall Street can keep its money, or maybe it's our or your money ; but, whatever. Let WS keep the money, and may the general public challenge WS. That's the path to follow. I'm not counting on Robin Hood showing up, so people need to challenge WS. Everyone does, and in concrete terms, as much as possible ; although, without violence, which couldn't be of any benefit to any of us. It could only be harmful to the needs of the general population.

Personal satisfaction should not override the needs of the general population.

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