September 11, 2001 - the day our country was hijacked and a permanent war was launched that will not end in our lifetime unless we the 99% stop it.
Ten years later the War on Terrorism has diverted trillions of dollars from more important uses and sunken our country into debt.
Corbett Report Radio features Ted Walter of OccupyBuilding7.org, the latest idea from the Remember Building 7 campaign for raising awareness about WTC7, the third skyscraper to fall on 9/11/2001. ( Only covers Occupy Building 7 section. For full radio report: http://www.corbettreport.com/corbett-report-radio-011-occupy-building-7-with-ted-walter/ )
The Occupy Wall Street movement is a much needed response to decades of growing inequality, financial deregulation, and zero accountability for the crimes that brought about our current economic crisis. Millions throughout the nation and across globe who feel they have no voice in our political system have come to embrace “Occupy” as an expression of their anger, frustration and hope.
Wednesday, November 16 update from RememberBuilding7.org, formerly known as BuildingWhat.org: (Click here for a blog post demonstrating that responses from a prominent "debunker" to the evidence pages at RememberBuilding7 are very misleading and false.)
Stand with OWS Tomorrow, Occupy Building 7 This Weekend
Occupy Building 7 Will Go Ahead As Planned
Stand in Solidarity with OWS on Thursday, November 17
Stand in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street following their eviction from Liberty Plaza and join the explosion of Occupy energy this weekend by occupying Building 7 and demanding once and for all a real investigation into the events of 9/11.
Thursday, 7:00am (or anytime) until late: Show your support for Occupy Wall Street on the two-month anniversary of this historic movement’s beginning by marching from Liberty Plaza to the New York Stock Exchange. At 5pm assemble at Foley Square and march to the Brooklyn Bridge. Distribute Occupy Building 7 fliers to thousands of occupiers and other New Yorkers, and let them know we the 99% stand in solidarity with them. Click to download the Occupy Building 7 fliers.
11:00am Saturday: Begin assembling by the tall red sculpture at the southeast corner of Liberty Plaza (the corner of Broadway and Cedar St.). Hand out thousands of Occupy Building 7 fliers to occupiers and passers by, and invite them to occupy Building 7 with us.
Noon Saturday: Depart for the rebuilt World Trade Center Building 7, just four blocks away.
12:15-12:30pm Saturday: Occupy the park in front of Building 7 and remain there until nightfall.
2:00pm Saturday: Join the Occupy Building 7 General Assembly and be a part of shaping the future of Occupy Building 7.
Sunday: same schedule. Start assembling at the tall red sculpture at 11:00am. Depart for Building 7 at noon. Occupy until nightfall. General Assembly at 2:00pm.
If you are coming from out of town and looking for free lodging on Friday or Saturday night, email us at info@OccupyBuilding7.org.
This weekend will mark the beginning of something extraordinary. Inspired and in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement, what we build will seriously threaten to bring the public’s full attention to the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 and put the official account of 9/11 on its last legs. And in so doing we will contribute immensely to the Occupy movement’s push for economic and social justice. Let’s go make history.
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My Hopes For The Occupy Movement - 911 Truth News
The One Percent - "This 80-minute documentary focuses on the growing 'wealth gap' in America, as seen through the eyes of filmmaker Jamie Johnson, a 27-year-old heir to the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical fortune." - Source
The Tea Party Is Wrong on Occupy Wall Street by David Franke - Franke was one of the founders of the conservative movement in the 1950s and 1960s.
Why OWS needs Michael Bloomberg - Countdown with Keith Olbermann on Current TV - In a Special Comment, Keith contextualizes Mayor Bloomberg's actions against Occupy Wall Street at Zuccotti Park and how they have - unintentionally - vaulted the movement from a local nuisance to a global platform for the disenfranchised.