Occupy Protesters Stage ‘Day of Disruption’, Hundreds Arrested
The Occupy movement has today vowed a ‘day of disruption’ in lieu of having been evicted from Zucotti Park in New York.
Thousands of protesters flooded the New York Stock Exchange vowing to shut it down. Massive sit-ins were also staged throughout New York’s subway system in order to prevent transit to Wall Street.
The Occupy ‘day of disruption’ was not just a New York event however. Throughout the nation, Occupy protesters have vowed solidarity to the cause and have up-stepped their efforts against the global corporatocracy. Police have arrested hundreds and will continue to do so as a mere sign of state authority.
Some Occupy protesters have been reported as having flung urine and feces at police officers. As disgusting as this act may seem, it isn’t without justification. Police have been beating, macing, and even shooting Occupy protesters. Police officers must consider the karmic recourse for their dastardly deeds.
In the battle for good jobs, a liveable wage, and a total redesign of our culture, the Occupy protesters are on the cusp of achieving true change in our society. It must be largely understood however that if and when the protests turn violent, a door will be opened for the state to enact martial law. It will be impossible then- save for a coup of the United States government- to reclaim any semblance of freedom thereafter.
In a recent video, I speculate that the Occupy movement could spark a police-state crack down on the American people. This is why it becomes extremely important for the Occupy protesters to consider more constructive ways in which to dismantle the machine that each of us have vowed to destroy.
One way to effectively bring about change is to quit working, refuse to pay taxes, and refuse as well to purchase gasoline or any other non-essential goods and services. Since the entire system is predicated upon the cyclical consumption which drives the global market-place, refusing outright to participate therein would do much to cripple the ‘empire’.