An American Spring Is Possible

Occupy Wall StreetAaron Cynic writes at Diatribe Media:

While major media may treat the Occupy Wall Street movement tepidly, if paying attention at all, a different feeling hangs in the air in America. In homes and workplaces across the nation, transmitted via technology and through the hearts, minds and voices of the dispossessed – onto the plazas, town squares and streets – thousands are waking up each minute. Today marks a week that an autonomous, leaderless movement gathered together in New York to shout to the world that they have had enough of sitting on the sidelines, watching the world slide off oblivion. All together, we say “no more.”

Here in Chicago, today marks the second day of solidarity with our brothers and sisters in arms in New York, and our compatriots and friends are making preparations to or already gathering across the nation. We can do this, we will do this, we must do this. This is more than angst and anger, more that outrage, more than a mere class war. This is a fight for our future – the future of every living being across this magnificent planet.

Read the full post at Diatribe Media

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  • Okarin

    when someone sticks out socially the rest of mainstream wants to cut of association because they don’t want their image to be damaged, but when there is no benefit to socially keep your head low and follow the rest, that’s when revolution will start

  • Okarin

    when someone sticks out socially the rest of mainstream wants to cut of association because they don’t want their image to be damaged, but when there is no benefit to socially keep your head low and follow the rest, that’s when revolution will start

  • Irving Greenfield

    There won’t be an “American Spring,” unless it’s stage-managed by the fed. Not enough people to pull it off.

  • Irving Greenfield

    There won’t be an “American Spring,” unless it’s stage-managed by the fed. Not enough people to pull it off.

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