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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 11:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

NYCCAN organises occupation in front of (new) Building 7 this weekend, and it is streamed by 99% Movement:

http://occupybuilding7.org/

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2011 2:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The live stream of the 99%:
http://www.ustream.tv/theother99

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http://twitter.com/#!/TheOther99

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 8:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

US 'intelligence war' triggers 'Occupy spy base' in UK

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Menwith Hill, the largest intelligence gathering and surveillance center outside the US, in the heart of the UK's Yorkshire Dales, is surrounded by protesters demonstrating against America's planned missile defense system. The local residents, often camping outside, have been joined by members of the global Occupy movement, supporting ongoing local efforts. To keep up with new types of warfare, billions of dollars has been invested in Menwith Hill over the last decade. It has enabled the base to remain a vital component of the global US surveillance network.

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PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2012 12:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Eleven arrested in Occupy London protest outside Bank of England


14 May 2012

Eleven people were arrested after a day of protest in London saw anti-capitalists from the Occupy movement pitch tents outside the Bank of England.

The arrests were made for public order offences linked to the demonstrations, which led to around 10 tents being set up outside the banking institution, City of London Police said.

The protest by around 300 demonstrators was part of a global day of action in which thousands of people staged rallies in cities including Moscow, New York, Athens and Madrid, organisers said.

Protesters gathered outside St Paul’s Cathedral for a rally before embarking on a “visiting the 1%” march which attempted to tour the offices of some of the largest banking institutions.

These included some of the largest firms in the financial heart of the capital, such as Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, RBS and Santander.

Occupy London supporter David Lincoln said: “The Bank of England stands right at the intersection of finance and government.

“In the light of Bank governor Mervyn King’s recent comments about ‘vested interests’ standing in the way of reform of the financial sector, it is clear that that balance in the UK is fundamentally skewed.

“Hundreds of people gathering by the Bank of England is a powerful symbol of how things have to change.”

The demonstrators were closely shadowed by City of London Police, who attempted to contain them on several occasions, leading to a number of minor skirmishes.

A police spokesman said protesters had been given a deadline of 5.45pm yesterday to leave the area outside the Bank of England. A handful remained in defiance of the order.

A force spokesman said: “We have a proportionate response in place.”

Occupy claimed some police officers used “unreasonable force, including batons being drawn”, as they marched around the City.

One protester at St Paul’s, who gave his name only as Jamie, said they were taking “informed action”.

He added the aim had been to “meet some of the institutions we have identified as the beneficiaries of crisis, as the instigators of crisis from which we are all as a people, and as communities, suffering”.

The new protest comes more than six months after members of campaign group Occupy London were prevented from occupying the square in heart of the City of London.

Instead, activists set up camp outside St Paul’s Cathedral just yards away from the Stock Exchange and remained there for four-and-a-half months.

At the start of May police arrested five people after between 50 and 100 anti-capitalist protesters set up a temporary camp outside the London Stock Exchange following May Day demonstrations.

They moved into Paternoster Square with tents and supplies on May 1, but were forced to leave by officers several hours later.

The Occupy protesters were joined by members of Spanish protest group Indignados and Take the Square.

Protesters in Spain are aiming to occupy Madrid’s central Puerta del Sol plaza for the next three days, despite the Government warning it will not allow any camping.

Occupy said they have planned another protest for this Tuesday, which will target the British Bankers’ Association.


http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/london/eleven-arrested-in-occupy-lo ndon-protest-outside-bank-of-england-7745370.html

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 12:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Protestor Offered Money to 'Disrupt Occupy'
http://indymedia.org.uk/en/2012/03/494028.html

Details of the arrest of Bryn Phillips, his interview with the British Security Services, and the involvement of The City of London Corporation in his arrest.

Bryn Phillips, who is a British political prisoner, writes the following:

"Next week I'll be sentenced in Wood Green Crown Court for my limited involvement in last summers riot in Hackney. I threw a Muller light yoghurt at a Police officer in full body armour and pushed over an empty milk trolley.

I was arrested primarily due to the efforts of the City of London Police, which to anyone familiar with the Metropolitan Police's Operation Withern will strike them as odd. Not so odd perhaps if you know of my work, as you'll be aware I'm a notable critic of the City of London Corporation and have been asking them to publish their accounts so that the public can see their total expenditure as lobbyists for the banks. To date, they still refuse. I had clearly become a problem for them. My initial statement which called for democratisation of the city was read by over a billion people worldwide, republished in almost every newspaper on earth and was front page of google news for over thirty-six hours.

When I was arrested it was with the collaboration of the City Police. In court, the prosecutor said that I had come to the City's attention when I 'took the Iraqi bank on Leadenhall Street' - referring to the public repossession of an empty bank in the city which I had planned and executed within the Occupy movement. The bank was later unlawfully evicted. The City of London called in a favour from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in order to get us out, falsely claiming that we were on Iraqi diplomatic soil. What were they so afraid of that they had to bend the law to this extent just to evict some squatters? In any case, I had come to their attention much earlier than that - in about November, so this was a false claim. There was almost nothing mentioned in my trial about my role in the riots, other than to read out the charges.

Crucially though, what relevance did this squatting case have to an issue like social unrest, which was being investigated solely by the Met, and which had begun six months ago? Could it be that I had begun to be more than a slight irritation to those with unaccountable power, and was actually succeeding in shaking confidence in the undemocratic City? The answer is most probably: yes.

The bungling Metropolitan Police knocked down the door of my old flat at 4 in the morning with a battering ram, screaming at the tops of their voices, only to find I hadn't lived there for a year and that they were in someone else's home. A little bit of forward intelligence might have helped them get this right. Consequently they had to phone me and ask me to hand myself in, which I did.

What's most important to state though, is that whilst I was in Police custody I was signed out by the Intelligence Services and subjected to an interview without tape recorders or a solicitor present. During this interview I was told that I would receive a prison sentence of five years. At this point I was made an offer: If I told them everything I knew abut Occupy's plans for the St. Paul's eviction then I would receive only a month in prison. In addition, I was offered money to go back into the movement on my release to spy on what has always been a peaceful, lawful protest - and to disrupt it. I told them exactly where I thought they should go.

After I was released on bail the Intelligence Services contacted me twice, asking me to meet them on the south bank of the River Thames - and I declined. After all, this is not what democracy looks like.

But some unanswered questions remain:

Why did the City of London Police go to Stoke Newington Police station three days before my arrest? If the Met were so desperate to catch up with me, why hadn't they done it sooner? After all, I was on record using my own name in many news reports around the world during the riots, attempting to explain how they had started and how they had spread. I had always been very open about my presence there.

Next, why did the Police Federation Conference threaten the Home Secretary, Theresa May, with potential social unrest three months before Mark Duggan was murdered? They played her a video of violent steeet clashes on a massive screen, accompanied by the Kaiser Chiefs' song 'I Predict A Riot'? This was part of a protest over cuts to their numbers and pay. Of interest, when the riot did happen, the Police were widely seen by members of the public standing back and allowing shops to be looted and letting the violence spread across London without intervention. They then deployed on the streets the same number of officers as were being cut from the force nationally: 16,000 officers. Perhaps you'd call this 'making a point'? If so, it was a cynical and wicked way in which to do it.

I do not support violence. I attended the riots in order to research them for a book I had been writing, which has been seized as evidence against me. I was merely caught up in events and did very little to contribute to the escalating violence. Indeed, at times I did my best to diffuse it having won the confidence of some of the gang members fighting there.

One thing is for sure, my arrest will become about a lot more than a charge of violent disorder. In due course we will expose the Police force as having exacerbated the riots for their own gain and we will also seek to expose the way that the City of London and the Security Services attempt to undermine lawful, peaceful protest in order to stifle debate and inhibit democracy. It's this assault on our democratic freedoms that most likely led to the riots in the first place."

Bryn Phillips will be sentenced in the week beginning 26th of March at Wood Green Crown Court

anon@indymedia.org (Bryn Phillips and Laura May)
Original article on IMC London: http://london.indymedia.org/articles/11936

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 2:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote


small version of a massive map - too big for here
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Occupy Movement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTM-J99oWGQ

This is a very thought-provoking video - basically I agree with the guy's take on 'Occupy' and 'Climate Camp' movements.

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