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Thank you for the invite... Looking forward to learning from and with this community...
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I am like the ideal of being one.  We are all the world we live in.
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Why in a world of billions, does less than 10 percent of people on earth have all the riches and power?

What would it take for the masses to take claim on their rightful share?

Why has this way of living been allowed to go on for over 2000 years?
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+Buyer Brown I acknowledged those folks, but stating that yes, there are some lazy folks. But the point that I was making is that the people are lazy claim does not represent enough folks so that it can be spoken of as the problem. If we have a million people, and 100 of them are lazy, that still leaves a significant amount of folks who we have to have a different measurement mechanism by which to use.  Also in my ranting, I usually am not so much defending anyone, as I more or less give information. 

It is the very norm of a society to blame the bottom of said society for being there. Instead of looking at the society's design as to what could be the issue.

+Yin Huang And others.
Rightful Share: I am generally speaking of what we could call the basics of living for a human being to exist and have the possibility for advancement. 

So to list some of these, I think we can agree that all humans need shelter, clothing, food. And to go along with that, in today's society, humans probably will not get very far without education.

So those are just some very basics so that for humans to advance, we all must have. That would be anyone who would self identify as human, has a right claim to those things and is due their share.
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Hey, if everyone can go and voice your opinion on this forum... I am sure they would love to hear about why they are so awesome... For those of you not able to tell, I'm totally using that Midwestern sarcasm right now...

But totally go and share your opinions and have everyone you know share their opinions too.
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Now there's really no more excuse... Everyone should be able to learn what they are able to do to help. This is awesome!!!

Share this with friends, family, neighbors, and especially the dumb. Please yall... make sure that the dumb get to see this. #imjussayintho
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We are the 99%

@sai Thanks for sharing this....
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Dear everyone at Occupy events:

These are the 10 points about talking with the police that everyone in your group must know by heart. Make sure every single person knows and obeys these rules.

1. Shut up. Do not try to explain anything. The only words out of your mouth are from the points below. Don't try to convince them that they're wrong about the law. Don't start talking about your rights. Be prepared for this to be very uncomfortable; ignoring someone is not pleasant. Many cops are perfectly nice people who should be joining your ranks — but you are not interacting with them socially, you're interacting with them as a suspect. If you're "left alone" in/near a cop car or jail, you are being recorded. Even if you think it makes you look good, or you feel like an asshole for not responding to the nice cop just doing his job: just shut the fuck up. Seriously. Dont Talk to Police

If you get asked any questions, especially if you're in cuffs, there is exactly one phrase you ever say: "I'm going to remain silent and I want to talk to a lawyer." Keep repeating it if they continue. That'll help make them stop asking you.

2. Don't snitch. Trust your buddies not to snitch. Snitching will not help you. They will play you against each other, including showing you a fake confession from your friends; don't believe it. Don't speak on anyone else's behalf, don't say anything about what someone else did or didn't do, even if you think it makes them look innocent.

3. Don't lie. Cops can and will lie to you (so don't trust 'em), but not vice versa. Lying alone will land your ass in jail.

4. Don't resist or be rude. Don't even passively resist, like by going limp. Never, ever, ever, ever physically resist the cops. At least in the US, you're not at risk of being randomly shot unless you resist. You will get better treatment if you cooperate.

5. Don't insist on Miranda warning. You don't have any right to it unless you're about to be interrogated anyway. By the time you're arrested they probably already have enough, so they don't need to ask you anything. Getting Mirandized is actually against your interest; if you aren't then they might fuck up. So again, shut up.

6. Don't agree to any search. Say explicitly, if they make any move whatsoever to pat you down, search your stuff, look in your pockets, etc: "I do not consent to a search." When asked why, just repeat yourself. Don't empty your pockets; that's a search too! However, do not resist; if they search you anyway, let them. It'll get thrown out in court if you were right; you'll go to jail if you resist no matter what.

7. Show ID when asked unless you're certain that you are in a state that doesn't require it. If in doubt, clearly tell the officer e.g. "I'm happy to comply with that if it is a lawful order and I am required to by law, but I will not do so voluntarily." If they say you have to, do. You'll get it thrown out later if they didn't have the right to insist.

8. Have your lawyer's phone number witten on your arm. All of your stuff will be taken away if you get booked, before you get your phone call. Find a criminal defense lawyer at https://www.martindale.com, call them to verify that they'll serve for your group if needed, and distribute the number.

9. Be patient. It'll take time; they might take you down for questioning (remember to *say nothing*); etc. Keep your cool.

10. Know your detainment status. The US police interactions you can have are: purely "voluntary" interaction (can walk away at any time; still get interviewed; might be seriously intimidating); Terry stop (patdown for weapons only); detainment ("reasonable suspicion", temporarily not free to go, no right to search, possible handcuffs for "officer safety"), and arrest ("probable cause", right to search everything on you and nearby, definite handcuffs, possible Miranda warning).

Ask the officer "am I being detained, or am I free to go?"; if they say you're being detained, don't pester them about whether you're under arrest, because they just told you what your status is. If they don't answer or say you're free to go or "just talking", tell them that as far as you know you're not being detained and start walking away. If they stop you, then they have de facto detained you, which you can use against them in court.


Finally, if at all possible:

11. Videotape everything. Have two people who are not involved tape it from opposite angles, at least a few feet away. They are not to interact with or interfere with you or the police in any way; their job is strictly documentation, in case you need it in court or for your media campaign.

They should try to get a good shot of the officer's badges, so you can ID them later, without interfering. If possible, try getting closer footage or asking names when they're not busy making the arrest, so they're calmer.

12. Coordinators must not participate in any action that could get them in trouble, even if it's the morally right thing to do. This includes documenters, liaisons, and lead organizers. Their job is not to protest; it's to help the protesters, and you can't do that if you're in handcuffs.



There is one and only one reason you should ever be talking to the police, in their professional capacity: if you are the designated police liaison.

If you are, again, don't say anything about what anyone did or didn't do. Stick exclusively to business matters. Figure out what the other side wants and how you could give it to them in a way that minimally inconveniences your group. If they want clear passage of the sidewalk, move. If they want to clean the park, help them! (You should be helping make the park better anyway.) Be reasonable; don't just be obstinate on principle. But likewise, don't be bullied; if you're certain that their request is unreasonable, tell them you'll get back to them, check with your lawyer, and then come back saying that no, that's not going to happen.


This text is released into the public domain. Please share widely (though I appreciate a linkback and a brief contact to let me know about its usage). The original post is at https://plus.google.com/u/0/103112149634414554669/posts/g1NsrPdZDCq?hl=en

Stay safe and SHUT UP.

Sincerely,
Sai
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A good citizen would stand up against what's listed below.  Yes or No? Why or Why Not?
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I believe to a certain extent I agree with +DonFphrnqTaub Persina by also agreeing with +Brandy White , after all what is right is a subjective concept.
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Since October 5, 2011; I have been involved with the Occupy Protest movement that has been happening globally and in particularly OccupyWallStreet. While the majority of my participation has been an a...
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If anyone is leaving NY and going across seas, by plane, boat, or otherwise and need me to go along... I'm ready.
Otherwise, if you feel compelled to help me get there; I've got a friend in need and I am poor as dirt and am not able to be there for her... :(

Well anyhow... here is my paypal: rdntmsn@gmail.com

@ Richard Coleman (parents) if yall wanna help or anything... hint hint

OH and btw

feel free to share this post with any rich or charitable folks any of you might know as well.

Please yes and thank you
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