fuck wall street.....ftp.... so fight back (1 Viewer)

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oct22.. 8up taggin crew of miami is going to wall street and not pro test but will burn flags and paint walls and will fight back.......to many people are getting hurt for nothing so we need to fight back the people need to take this in to there owen hand... dont be scared to fight back cause u can only do so much time before they let u out if ur down hit me up.....
 
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Brilliant, totally devalue the whole movement and play right into mainstream medias hands, good thinking on their part...stupid fucking people, I hope they get arrested before they get there.
 

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No, spike, you're dumb as fuck.
You.

But the good news is, you don't have to be! Read more books!
 

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ay man i know it's hard to resist fighting. trust me, i know. we've been circle jerked around up there and it feels like an endless battle, but only because it is. the best way to win is to do so with dignity and humility. the media projects our group like we're ravage animals, prove them wrong. the cops best us and spray us down and cuff us up thinking we will spit in their face and give them grounds for arrest, PROVE THEM WRONG.
it's touch to keep a cool head but now more than ever it's important to do that. it just takes one person to be short fused to make us all look like hot headed bastards.
 

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You're kidding right? You go from being all too down with this dumb ass idea to "I hope they get arrested" in less than 20 minutes? How do you switch sides so fast bud? You clearly thought violence was the answer, all excited to bring it to us first.. "this is what's goin down, we're not taking it! We have to unite and fight!" whatever the fuck you said, that's a close enough quote as far as I'm concerned, Now you're talkin about "there dumb as fuck and i told them there being dumb"? Really? gtfo kid you're whole style is counterfeit.

TL;DR? In other words, what cxr said.
 
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dude you are pretty dumb, by switching up so fast like them, i closed the report you posted to me on this thread. you opened the book on this your self.

now i do think we should fight back, and to tell you the truth fuck the 99% inless they will stand up and start fighting, you will not change anything holding a sign. but i support what is going down on the simple fact that i am pretty sure it will lead to direct action. that is my thought and i will not change them cuz a few people flame the fuck out of me.
 
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turn those flags you bought into clothes and wear em fuckin proudly. flags make awesome patches as well and is more productive than burning em, just sayin. wall street doesnt give a shit about you, its true
 

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i think we should fight back iv ben trying to keep up with whats going on i went to a occupy in san antonio and fuck just holding signs people need to start taking charge im all down for direct action lets take back what is ours
 

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Nah, to be quite honest Kat, you're right. Peaceful protest is a beautiful thing, nothing feels better than kill em with kindness when they're the aggressive ones but will peaceful work? Has it ever? Did Gandhi work? Not to take anything away from the guy, he had some raw ideas and shit but it wasn't all kumbaya songs and salt boycots that crushed British Raj. Over 800,000 british were killed, not exactly a peaceful protest victory. Sure maybe no blood on Gandhi's hands, but motherfuckers died and that's undeniable.
Nobody want's to see this thing get violent, but I highly doubt anything will change otherwise. Name one time ever in history where shit was as fucked up as things are here and now, and cite the peaceful protest that overcame that shit with victory.... can't do it.. cause it's never happened, ever. Hopefully it'll stay calm as long as possible and hopefully the amount lost will be minimal, but to hope 5000 people out of 300 million(Less than .002% of the nation) are going to make a change without violence at some point, well that's really optimistic I guess.
Also... hella funny this cat tried to have his thread deleted to save face. With a name like "spike" I really expected him to be a lot cooler.... (trying really hard to keep a straight face as I say that)
 
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ok you want direct action how's this for direct action, we get Homes Not Bombs to help us squat foreclosed mansions legally through adverse possession. after they legally evict us, we get new squatters to squat the mansions and keep all the banks most expensive foreclosed properties tied up in the court system. it could even cause people to start squatting their homes instead of paying mortgage.

so you is willing to squat malibu with me
 

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Name one time ever in history where shit was as fucked up as things are here and now, and cite the peaceful protest that overcame that shit with victory.... can't do it.. cause it's never happened, ever.
i agree with most of your post dog, but sometimes peaceful movements do work. MLK did a lot more for the civil rights movement than Malcom X did with his "by any means necessary" approach.
 

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I went down to Occupy Portland a couple days ago to people watch. I agree that holding signs is no way to make this huge change everyone is intending to make. Get in the way; cause a damn inconvenience - something, demand it. I have respect for their passion, but gathering in a park and sleeping and going on scheduled marches lets others know you want change, but as far as causing it... I do not see it as something that's going to happen, but I could very well be wrong. I don't think this is going to be said: "You know what? These abundance of people protesting have made me think twice - you win!" I think they should be gotten to the point where they feel "this has become out of hand, we have to do something."
 
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occupy austin was a bunch of hippies smoking ganja and doing hatha yoga and playing bongoes and shit, i guess they're changing the world so i dont have to...
 
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i agree with most of your post dog, but sometimes peaceful movements do work. MLK did a lot more for the civil rights movement than Malcom X did with his "by any means necessary" approach.
MLK did what he was able to go because of what Malcom X was doing.
 

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I went down to Occupy Portland a couple days ago to people watch. I agree that holding signs is no way to make this huge change everyone is intending to make. Get in the way; cause a damn inconvenience - something, demand it. I have respect for their passion, but gathering in a park and sleeping and going on scheduled marches lets others know you want change, but as far as causing it... I do not see it as something that's going to happen, but I could very well be wrong. I don't think this is going to be said: "You know what? These abundance of people protesting have made me think twice - you win!" I think they should be gotten to the point where they feel "this has become out of hand, we have to do something."
i agree with you, but i also think when there are enough people, it will seem out of hand. Just being all over the news and newspapers is change. i feel like people everywhere are starting to see things differently and thats change as well.
 

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