Police Reaction to OWS Protestors: It is Geeting Ugly
Unbelievable scene, isn’t it?
For years I have been ranting against the unethical behavior of big banks and Wall Street interests. I have been warning about the impending pitch-forks and torches on the main street. This prediction has manifested in the form of Occupy Wall Street exactly two months ago. On September 29th I wrote: And so it Began: the Revolt on the Financiers. There are no signs of the movement losing steam. In fact, pepper-spray incidents like the one at UC Davis are fueling more steam into the movement.
Police pepper spraying and arresting students at UC Davis
There are signs that bankster cartel is getting concerned. In a memo intended for the American Banking Association, a lobbying firm outlines the strategy to defeat OWS at next elections.
The secret proposal has been revealed in a memo obtained by the MSNBC program ‘Up with Chris Hayes’.
The proposal was written on the letterhead of the lobbying firm Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford (CLGC) and addressed to one of its clients, the American Bankers Association (ABA), reports MSNBC.
The memo indicates that CLGC would research who has contributed financial backing to OWS, noting that, ‘Media reports have speculated about associations with George Soros and others.’
‘It will be vital,’ the memo says, ‘to understand who is funding it and what their backgrounds and motives are. If we can show that they have the same cynical motivation as a political opponent it will undermine their credibility in a profound way.’Read more
The lobbying firm is welcome to use TeluGlobe as one of the many internet platforms providing ‘intellectual capital’ for OWS. Not only that, the next time we have a protest on our campus, I plan to join the students in solidarity.
here is an article on this from a professor at UCD on this.