Chris Hedges: #OWS was a Tactic; It’s Not Over

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with Chris Hedges

wearechange on Sep 17, 2013

Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary of occupy Wall Street.


[237] Occupy Anniversary Special: Highlights, Pitfalls & the Shifting of Public Consciousness

breakingtheset on Sep 17, 2013

EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin remarks on the tragic mass shooting that took place in Washington, DC, posing the question of how many more mass shootings will it take to finally have a debate fueled by reality and not politics. Abby then remarks on the second anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, highlighting a recent Reuters poll showing that only 15% of Americans are satisfied with the government’s effort to prosecute Wall Street bankers, and speaks with former Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis about why he chose to protest in-uniform at Occupy. Abby then looks back at the successes and shortcomings of the Occupy movement featuring a panel discussion between RT correspondents Anastasia Churkina, Ramon Galindo and BTS Producer, Manuel Rapalo. BTS wraps up the show with a personal tribute to Occupy, remarking on how the movement isn’t dead, because shifting the public consciousness is not something that ever goes away.


Occupiers reflect on 2-year-anniversary of OWS

RTAmerica on Sep 17, 2013

Tuesday marked the two year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. Two years ago protesters hit the street in mass numbers to show their disdain for the economic state of the country and their anger towards the US government for bailing out the big banks. So what has changed in the last couple years? Occupy activists Sam Jewler, Mike Perlman and Ilana Alazzeh join us to give us an update on the movement.


OWS Anniversary – 99 percent vs. 1 percent fight continues

with Chris Hedges

RTAmerica on Sep 17, 2013

As the Occupy Wall Street movement marks it’s 2nd anniversary on Sept. 17th 2013, RT’s Anastasia Churkina catches up with occupiers, acitivists and independent journalists who’ve been covering the movement to discuss what it has meant for the U.S., and where Occupy stands two years on.


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6 thoughts on “Chris Hedges: #OWS was a Tactic; It’s Not Over

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  3. Yes, MMPI would show aggressiveness, etc, as well as ability for empathy, but, aren’t PD’s actually using them to find more aggressive persons? It would seems so, with the militarization…I know that some diagnoses are welcomed for the military (its true—or used to be–I fear it is worse now)

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