Thursday, September 08, 2011

Video: 9 Detained In Occupy Wall Street Test Run - Financial Districts Around US On High Alert For Major Protests 9/17


"A video story of a peaceful protest test on Wall Street last Thursday Sept.1st, showing that we are living in a police state. Each of us who were detained will return there again, bringing friends. We carry our beliefs and no fears. Many more people, perhaps thousands, will be coming to Wall Street on September 17th. Meaningless nonsense charges against us will be dismissed in court, as it was with one of us, the person who was kept in jail that night and brought to the court the next day. We believe in our constitutional rights for freedom of speech and peaceful demonstrations."
FEAR AND POLICE REPRESSION WILL NOT STOP US 

 US Day Of Rage #Occupywallstreet #sept17 Simple Demand:  

One Citizen - One Dollar - One Vote
 
"Free and fair elections produce the kind of stewardship our nation desperately needs, because they ensure that citizens can influence their destiny, and make genuine contributions to society.
Free and fair elections remedy the myriad ills and abuses of a corrupt and illegitimate government, which preys on the resources and spirits of citizens. These abuses and ills are listed on the official US Day of Rage twitter hash tag #usdor.

For these reasons, we come together now to organize state and national non-violent protests and assemblies of people The Framers created a method for escaping from captured government—an Article V Constitutional Convention. If 34 states pass resolutions calling for convention all sides have the op to argue for changes they believe will restore democracy. Any amendment proposed must then be ratified by 38 states to become law We demand that Citizens United versus FEC which deems corporations to be people when it come to political contributions be overturned.

We demand state and federal election and campaign finance laws be reformed."

Only individual citizens should make campaign contributions.

Campaign contributions by citizens should not exceed $1 to any political candidate or party.



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