Thursday, October 27, 2011

Roosevelt, Wall Street Occupiers and Tyranny of Wealth


Deluded, parasitic rich believe world is theirs - Bilderburg Group, (Gates, Kissinger, Hillary Clinton, Richard Branson, et. al) believe they can survive a mass depopulation by eating money; want to depopulate Earth of "useless eaters" (Kissinger quote)

World News
By Dallas Darling
10/26/2011

By the time Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed that, "Of all forms of tyranny the least attractive and the most vulgar is the tyranny of mere wealth," it was too late for the corporate-backed and monopolist-controlled Republican Party. It was too late in the sense that for most Republicans and their special moneyed-interest groups, who had earlier tried to block a Roosevelt presidency, their worst nightmare had come true. Not only did Roosevelt become president after the turn of the 20th century, but he understood how the tyranny of wealth had led to enormous economic disparities and working-class sacrifices. A major political and social revolution was knocking at the door.

Theodore Roosevelt
Roosevelt himself had observed within his own party how the once progressive minded Radical Republicans, who sought freedom and civil rights protection for the America's slave populations during the Civil War, had been compromised by a corporate coup in 1877. A North-South reunification of industrialists and financiers quickly brought an end to any protection granted the newly freed slaves. The tyranny of the wealthy help bring an end to African American emancipation. It also trapped many of the nation's working classes and poor farmers, including whites, in economic and political circumstances beyond their control. Populism and Progressivism would soon demand economic equality.

    Prior to Roosevelt's presidency, corporate corruption and banking institutions, ones that manipulated the money supply and monopolized goods and transportation, had caused repeated cycles of economic panics. Most Americans were in a state of shock and disbelief. Due to such corporate corruption in government and economic disparity, two presidents had been assassinated. One of them, President William McKinley, had chosen Roosevelt as a running mate. Still, Republican leaders used Roosevelt's charisma and heroic war record to win votes. They had hoped the relatively powerless position of vice president would quiet Roosevelt's reform-minded spirit.

U.S. child coal miners
Roosevelt's presidency was immediately faced with tightening markets, ones that were opened by the Spanish-American War and that had enriched wealthy monopolists. He recognized how a lack of government intervention and regulation in labor disputes and corporate mergers were leading to thousands of violent strikes and tens of thousands of workplace deaths each year. When Roosevelt sued J.P. Morgan's tyranny of wealth, railroad trust, and sided with Anthracite coal workers, he was merely echoing William Jennings Bryan warning: "You shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns, you shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold."

    Tyranny, or a cruel and unjust act committed by a person with great power, and wealth, or an abundance and great quantity of money and possession, had actually been addressed centuries earlier by the Spanish Moralist Tomas de Mercado. He believed that a major principal for the prosperity and happiness of a nation was to hold within itself a great quantity of money and an abundance of gold and silver. Most European governments, and then the U.S., believed this principle. They attempted to amass huge sums of wealth and possessions while also guarding against the export of money. But the belief that countries were to grow rich and to sell more than they buy caused adverse consequences.

Spanish Moralist Tomas de Mercado
European nations and the U.S., more specifically their wealthy elites, tried to evade impoverishment by hording money and regulating prices and markets and controlling imports and exports. They sought to establish empires in order to create controllable markets for goods and cheap resources and labor. Prosperity and happiness meant imperial conquests that killed millions, and that benefited only the very wealthy industrialists and capitalists. Those who adhered to this kind of tyrannical thinking and extreme wealth have yet to realize that the prosperity and happiness of a nation is based more upon if "everyone" shares and participates in a great quantity of money and abundance.

    Tyranny of wealth also discounted the value of "all" life, or the lives of those who were economically disadvantaged or existing on meager wages. It placed a price only on gold and silver and the accumulation of money and material possessions. As money became more of an asset than other human beings, and as material possessions became overly personalized, even relational, workers and laborers became mere commodities. A class struggle for dignity, human rights, the value of labor and production, and a redistribution of wealth and power, had to occur. The Occupy Wall Street Movement is another class struggle. It is a reminder that the wealth of a nation resides in its people.

Occupy Wall Street protesters
The Wall Street Occupiers have also brought attention to the wealthy elites war against the working classes. They embody the best of Theodore Roosevelt and the millions of Populists and Progressives that attempted to regulate corrupt corporations and the tyranny of wealth. They embody the millions of workers that have improved working-class conditions, and that have demanded more of an equal economic and political redistribution of wealth and power. Wall Street Occupiers also bring attention to how gold and silver and the amassing of possessions can be overvalued at the expense of educational and social services, infrastructural and communal needs, and liberty and self-actualization.

Coward Oakland pigs shoot unarmed Marine Scott Olson
Still, Wall Street Occupiers are exposing demonic and destructive institutions, along with fatal practices imposed by America's wealthy tyrants. In Oakland, Wall Street Occupiers were brutally beaten, tear gassed, and then shot with rubber bullets. Several demonstrators were injured and falsely arrested. One U.S.-Iraq War veteran, Scott Olsen, was rushed to a hospital and is in serious condition after a police projectile was fired and crushed his skull. The tyranny of wealth always distorts and reverses democratic societies. Instead of protecting innocent people, some police attack and beat them. Instead of serving the majority of people, government officials and politicians submit to a few wealthy tyrants.

    Can Wall Street Occupiers solve an old paradox, as Roosevelt and the Populists and Progressives attempted to do, in that, the reason why there is no money, gold, or silver is that there is too much, and the U.S. is poor because she is rich.(1) A solution might be a leveling of enormous economic disparity, or confronting the tyranny of wealth, the tyranny of Wall Street, and the tyranny of the wealthy. Another answer is to understand that true liberty is not only freedom from physical slavery, but also economic and political slavery and that compromise is usually futile. Remember what William Lloyd Garrison, an advocate for the abolition of slavery, wrote: "So perish all compromises with tyranny!"

    Does this not include compromises with the tyranny of wealth?

    Dallas Darling (darling@wn.com)

    Dallas Darling is the author of Politics 501: An A-Z Reading on Conscientious Political Thought and Action, Some Nations Above God: 52 Weekly Reflections On Modern-Day Imperialism, Militarism, And Consumerism in the Context of John's Apocalyptic Vision, and The Other Side Of Christianity: Reflections on Faith, Politics, Spirituality, History, and Peace. He is a correspondent for World News.


(1) This quote is from economist Martin de Azpilcueta Navarro of Spain.
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California Law on the use of deadly force; when and how you can defend yourself


Take note, Oakland protesters


The 5th Estate
By Robert S. Finnegan
10/26/2011

Coward Oakland pigs beat the shit out of protester
Here it is, Oakland protesters being beaten and illegally gassed may refer to this law:  Be sure to also read the statutes in the original.

 Also, consult an attorney before taking any action - just to cover yourself.

This writer used to live in Oakland and is a California native.

While San Francisco cops are usually laid back and do not seek confrontation, Oakland pigs go looking for it and every day break the laws they are charged with enforcing.  They are corrupt, steroid and amphetamine addled and of low IQ and substandard education.  This is what the Mayor and City of Oakland wants:  Dumb pigs that can't or won't think rationally and are prone to beating the shit out of people.

    I would rather deal with a San Francisco police officer any day of the week.  They are also much more educated than Oakland pigs.  They are laid back and openly support protests, and once allowed a SEIU protest to shut down downtown San Francisco.

The California law on The application of Deadly Force:

http://www.shouselaw.com/self-defense.html

http://www.ehow.com/about_4682545_selfdefense-laws-california.html

http://www.nononsenseselfdefense.com/lethalforce.html

California Penal Code 197 states; Homicide is also justifiable when committed by any person in any of the following cases: 1. When resisting any attempt to murder any person, or to commit a felony, or to do some great bodily injury upon any person; or, 2. When committed in defense of habitation, property, or person, against one who manifestly intends or endeavors, by violence or surprise, to commit a felony, or against one who manifestly intends and endeavors, in a violent, riotous or tumultuous manner, to enter the habitation of another for the purpose of offering violence to any person therein; or, 3. When committed in the lawful defense of such person, or of a wife or husband, parent, child, master, mistress, or servant of such person, when there is reasonable ground to apprehend a design to commit a felony or to do some great bodily injury, and imminent danger of such design being accomplished; but such person, or the person in whose behalf the defense was made, if he was the assailant or engaged in mutual combat, must really and in good faith have endeavored to decline any further struggle before the homicide was committed; or, 4. When necessarily committed in attempting, by lawful ways and means, to apprehend any person for any felony committed, or in lawfully suppressing any riot, or in lawfully keeping and preserving the peace.

    So the use of deadly force may be justifiable when necessary to resist the attempt to commit a forcible and life-threatening crime, provided that a reasonable person in the same or similar situation would believe that -

(a) the person killed intended to commit a forcible and life-threatening crime;

(b) there was imminent danger of such crime being accomplished; and

(c) the person acted under the belief that such force was necessary to save himself or herself or another from death or a forcible and life-threatening crime.

    Be safe Oakland protesters, we and the world are watching you.  Good luck, and  please send us any images or copy you have - we will publish it.
 
editor.5th.estate@gmail.com



Police crack down on Oakland protesters


Coward Oakland cops continue to fuck with protesters; Marines COMPLETELY pissed off, vow revenge; pigs use military strength CS, not regular tear gas in violation of International Chemical Warfare Treaties; serious injuries reported from gas, being hit with gas canisters*

Al Jazeera
10/26/2011

Police in riot gear have used non-lethal weapons on a crowd of more than 1,000 people attempting to march on to Oakland's city hall to condemn arrests made at an "Occupy Wall Street" camp.

    Police dispersed the crowd with what appeared to be stun grenades and set off tear gas to drive the demonstrators away from a plaza in Oakland's business district that had been at the centre of Tuesday's conflict.

Coward Oakland pigs directly targeting protesters
Ali Winston, a journalist at the scene, described to Al Jazeera the police's tactics.

 "There have been two incidents of tear gas, flash-bang grenades and less-than-lethal projectiles beanbags being fired at the crowd," he said.

"In one instance, they used CS gas - which is a stronger version of tear gas that affects your respiratory system as well as your eyes, as well as burning your skin. So that's happened twice since then."

    While police accuse protesters of throwing large fire crackers at officers, Winston said that had only occurred earlier in the day when police raided and dismantled the protesters' encampment.

    "That refers to an incident earlier this morning when the initial camp, when the initial occupation camp, was dismantled by police. Two fire works were set off. I was down there. They were M1000, M80 calibre fireworks.

    "Since then, there have been flash-bang grenades lobbed from behind police lines at demonstrators ... anything that's been lobbed after 5:00 am has been a police flash-bang grenade. It happened at least four times."

Leaders say protesters now identifying pigs for later prosecution
Witnesses reported seeing several people taken into custody, but an Oakland police spokeswoman said the department would not confirm any arrests until Wednesday.

"It's really, really tense and I think the cops are trying to walk a fine line, but I don't think they are going to back down and neither are the demonstrators," said Cat Brooks, an organiser.

    Protest leaders said their march was aimed at reclaiming Frank Ogawa Plaza, which had served as a camp location for two weeks of protests against economic inequality in the city until police cleared it by firing beanbags and tear gas at camp residents.

   Demonstrators living in the camp claim to be the Oakland version of the Occupy Wall Street movement launched more than a month ago in New York.


Encampment raided


    Oakland police arrested 85 "occupy" protesters sleeping in the Frank Ogawa Plaza encampment on Tuesday morning.

    Most of the people arrested were taken into custody on suspicion of illegal lodging, a misdemeanour.

Steroid and amphetamine crazed coward pigs beating protesters
Karen Boyd, the Oakland police spokesperson, told Reuters news agency that "those arrested now face charges for camping or assembling without a permit".

Boyd said the Oakland police began to clear the plaza before dawn and had "contained" the area within an hour.

    About 350 people were in the plaza when police began to clear the area by deploying beanbags and spraying tear gas at the protesters.

    Boyd said that there were no reports of injuries. However, protesters and witnesses claim otherwise.

    A female demonstrator described her version of the police clearing to a local news agency.

    "They were like you, we have a few minutes and then even before the minutes passed they started shooting off. And then, even the fact that everybody left, they kept shooting," the unidentified woman said.

Protesters did not start violence, and coward cops will be prosecuted
Jean Quan, the mayor of Oakland, said in a statement that she told protesters to cease overnight camping and cooking at the plaza.

"Over the last week it was apparent that neither the demonstrators nor the city could maintain safe or sanitary conditions, or control the ongoing vandalism," Quan said.

    The mayor's office said conditions at the plaza had begun to deteriorate by the second week of the protests with police, fire and medical care reporting they were denied access to the plaza to respond to service calls.

    Officials also said that the plaza was damaged by graffiti, litter and vandalism.

Here is the contact list for the city of Oakland:


1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza
3rd Floor
Oakland, CA 94612
Contact Form
phone: (510) 238-3141
fax: (510) 238-4731
TTY: (510) 238-3254


Contact the City Administrator’s Office


1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza
3rd Floor
Oakland, CA 94612
cityadministrator@oaklandnet.com
phone: (510) 238-3301
fax: (510) 238-2223
TTY: (510) 238-3724
  
To schedule an appointment with Mayor Quan or extend an invitation: mayors-schedule@oaklandnet.com 

    To request a proclamation from the Mayor's Office: mayors-proclamation@oaklandnet.com

Staff

Lewis Cohen
Deputy Mayor for Policy & Program
Email: LCohen@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-7577

Sharon Cornu
Deputy Mayor for Community & Governmental Relations
Email: SharonCornu@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-7413

Hatzune Aguilar
Special Assistant to the Mayor
Email: haguilar@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-7072

Richard Cowan
Special Assistant to the Mayor
Community Services ManagerEmail: RCowan@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-3990

Ellen Dillard
Special Assistant to the Mayor
Email: EDillard@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-6514

Maisha EverhartSenior Policy Advisor for Intergovermental Affairs
Email: MEverhart@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-4991

Reygan Harmon
Senior Policy Advisor for Public Safety
Email:RHarmon@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-6291

Sabrina Landreth
Budget Director
Email:SLandreth@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-4936
Drew Lisac
Senior Policy Advisor for Economic Development
Email: dlisac@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510)238-7167

Sue PiperSpecial Assistant to the Mayor
Mayor Communications ManagerEmail: SPiper@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-7439

Arturo Sanchez
Special Advisor on Public Safety from the Office of the City Administrator
Email: ASanchez@oaklandnet.com
Phone: (510) 238-7542

* The publisher has been gassed with CS in the Marine corps, it is at least 20 times stronger than regular tear gas, is completely incapacitating and damages lung tissue permanently besides being listed as a forbidden chemical warfare agent.


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Marine veteran fighting for life after being shot in the face with gas canister by coward pigs during Occupy Oakland clashes


It's high time we (Marines) handed these coward cops their asses

Daily Mail Online
By Hannah Roberts and Mark Duell
10/26/2011
  • Occupy Oakland activists trying to reclaim camp they were in for 15 days - until police evicted them early on Tuesday
  • Trouble started last night at 5pm when 400 people marched towards Frank Ogawa Plaza, which police had surrounded
  • Conditions in the Oakland camp were thought to have become unsavoury as tented town became semi-permanent
  • Some protesters threw turquoise and red paint at riot police officers last night and others reportedly threw rocks
  • Meanwhile today in Atlanta, Georgia, dozens of protesters were evicted from a park and 53 were arrested by police
A U.S. Marine veteran is today in a critical condition in hospital after being injured by a police gas canister during last night's Occupy Oakland protests, which saw running battles break out between authorities and protesters as a crowd tried to reclaim an encampment.

Marine Veteran shot by coward pigs:  You will be avenged Brother
Scott Olsen, 24, of Daly City, California, an Iraq veteran and member of Veterans for Peace, suffered a skull fracture and brain swelling after being hit in the head during the riots. Officers had cleared the site of demonstrators around 12 hours earlier in a dawn raid where at least 85 people were arrested.

Police gave repeated warnings to demonstrators to disperse from the entrance to Frank Ogawa Plaza in the Californian city before firing tear gas canisters into the crowd at 7:45pm on Tuesday evening. There were reports from officers that some protesters had been throwing rocks.

    'It's terrible to go over to Iraq twice and come back injured, and then get injured by the police that are supposed to be protecting us,' Mr Olsen's roommate Keith Shannon told The Guardian, adding that he served in Iraq in 2006 and 2007 before leaving the military last year.

Marine Scott Olson
The scene was reportedly calm but tense early this morning as a crowd of hundreds of protesters from last night dwindled to just a few dozen.

 Police had announced on Tuesday night over a loudspeaker that those who refused to leave could be targeted by 'chemical agents'. One woman in a wheelchair, who was struggling to breathe, had to be helped away by friends while another woman, hit by a canister, was carried off.

    Jerry Smith, 35, said a tear gas canister had rolled to his feet and sprayed him directly in the face. Mr Smith said: 'I got the feeling they meant business, but people were not going to be intimidated. We can do this peacefully, but still not back down.'

    The protesters were trying to make good on a vow to retake an encampment that Occupy Oakland activists had remained in for 15 days, until police evicted them early on Tuesday.

    The evening demonstration started around 5pm, when about 400 people began marching from a public library toward the plaza which police had surrounded. Trouble began about an hour into the protest, with officers in riot gear blocking in protesters.

    Some threw turquoise and red paint at the riot police officers' faces and helmets while others pleaded for a peaceful protest. Protesters who tried to fight with police and were clubbed and kicked in return.

BIG, BAD Oakland pigs afraid of grandma, gas her in wheelchair
Authorities were denying reports that they used flash bang canisters to help break up the crowd, saying the loud noises came from firecrackers thrown at police by protesters.

About 200 remained after the final conflict around 11:15pm on Tuesday night - mostly young adults, some riding bicycles, protecting themselves from the noxious fumes with bandanas and scarves wrapped around their faces.

    'This movement is more than just the people versus the police,' Mario Fernandez said on Tuesday night. 'It's about the people trying to have their rights to basic services. This crowd isn't going anywhere anytime soon.'

    City officials said that two officers were injured. At least five protesters were arrested and several others injured in the evening clashes. But city officials said 97 people were arrested in the Tuesday morning raid on the camp.

Scumbag Oakland cops indiscriminately beat protesters/onlookers
City staff last week warned that they might have to shut down the site, where camping and cooking is exacerbating an existing rat problem in the centre.

The problem is normally under control, but has been aggravated by the extra food and people in the area according to Oakland officials.

    While protesters at the New York site have been treated to gourmet restaurant meals and organic take-away food, conditions in the Oakland camp are thought to have become unsavoury as the tented town became semi-permanent.

    'Over the last week it was apparent that neither the demonstrators nor the city could maintain safe or sanitary conditions, or control the ongoing vandalism,' Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said in a statement.

    Once cleaned, it is expected to be reopened and protesters will be free to use it for daytime demonstrations.

Fascist storm trooper cowards:  Oakland cops
Yesterday morning police officers began to clear the plaza before dawn and had 'contained' the area in about an hour. About 350 people were in the plaza at the time. Police deployed beanbags and sprayed gas at protesters but there were no reports of injuries.

The protest was the Oakland branch of a movement launched more than a month ago as Occupy Wall Street in New York.

    The demonstrators are angry at government bailouts of big banks, high unemployment, and economic inequality in the U.S. Demonstrations have spread across the nation and overseas, although crowds remain relatively small in most cities.

Really tough guys:  pigs destroy personal gear, slice upholstery
The city claimed conditions at the Oakland plaza had begun to deteriorate by the second week of the protests with police, fire and medical care reporting they were denied access to the plaza to respond to service calls. The city also said it had received reports of a sexual assault and a severe beating.

Officials also said the plaza was damaged by graffiti, litter and vandalism. Hundreds of demonstrators have been arrested in New York since the protests began. There have also been numerous arrests in other cities.

   
Pigs did a great job tearing up encampment when not beating grandmothers and veterans


See video here:



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Indonesia an Important Part of ASEAN, says the US


The only time the United States says anything nice about or to Indonesia is when it is about to do something that goes against the best interests of Indonesia and Indonesians

Tempo
10/25/2011

Nusa Dua -

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono met with the US Defense Minister Leon Panetta at Ayodya Resort, Nusa Dua, Bali, to discuss enhanced collaboration yesterday.

"The meeting stressed that Indonesia and ASEAN were important to the US’ global strategy,” said the Coordinating Minister for Political, Justice and Security Affairs Djoko Suyanto after accompanying President SBY.

Djoko said that both countries discussed maritime security, terrorism, disaster victim recovery management and education. President staffer Teuku Faizasyah, said the meeting also touched on bilateral relations, particularly in the defense sector.
Faizasyah added that President Barack Obama would visit Indonesia in November, which showed the US’ strong commitment to Southeast Asia and Eastern Asia. Regarding recent tensions in Papua, Faizasyah said that both leaders did not discuss the issue at length and mostly spoke about military cooperation.
In Nusa Dua on Sunday, Panetta met with Defense Minister Purnomo Yusgiantoro and stated his commitment to providing main weaponry systems for Indonesia.
 
Indonesia's Prambanan
During the ASEAN Defense Ministers’ meeting, Purnomo discussed the development of the Indonesian military. “We tried to modernize the military after the 1998 reforms. The military has also left businesses and politics,” he said.

Concerning the weaponry system, however, he said Indonesia had tried to develop it as the economic situation had improved.

    The US, said Purnomo, welcomed this and offered assistance. “They said they will exist in the Asia-Pacific despite budget cuts in the defense sector,” said Purnomo. The US also supported the establishment of the ASEAN Security Community in 2015.

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