To my fellow OCCUPY BOWEL MOVEMENT protesters: I think its great that occupiers lay the problems and issues of "taxation without representation" and in your face protests at the establishment, Indians occupied Alcatraz, the BIA in DC and Wounded Knee decades ago. We all know that Indians have always been the first and easiest targets for persecution all over America, and still today, but, I think this movement is a little too late, too far passed anyones care to make real changes. The only weapon Americans hold is to boycott consumer products, pharmecueticals, hold taxation accountable and keep the elite in check through public exposure and scrutiny, but that is too much work for your average, apathetic, fear driven and drugged American. If the occupiers were all Indians, nobody would care to the point of denying the killing fields, but since the "occupiers" are from all walks of life, it appears noble and "we understand" hype type? Americans were sidetracked with the wars and hatred for the "evildoers" that the real, "evildoers" were laughing and walking all the way away from the banks? This makes the "occupy movement" look staged because the original "source" of the movement is, like the direction of the protests, nowhere to be found?
Sunday, December 25, 2011 - 14:21