‘Global Day of Revolution’ Sees Wall Street Protests Spread Across the World
The power of darkness
“…but this is your hour, and the power of darkness.” Luke 22:53b
This is NOT ‘legimate protest’, and it is NOT ‘democracy’. This is ANARCHY fomented by the FAR LEFT RADICALS that are destroying this country and the world. What you are watching is the coming true of the long-held dream of Bill Ayers, Saul Alinsky, George Soros and Barack Obama that the free world would be reduced to a smoldering pile of ash and remade as a despotic, Socialist regime. These people are the ENEMY of freedom and of freedom-loving people.
“Demonstrators worldwide shouted their rage on Saturday against bankers and politicians they accuse of ruining economies and condemning millions to hardship through greed and bad government.
Galvanized by the Occupy Wall Street movement, the protests began in New Zealand, rippled round the world to Europe and were expected to return to their starting point in New York. Organizers hope to see non-violent demonstrations in 951 cities in Asia, Europe, South America and Africa in addition to every state in the United States.
Most rallies were however small and barely held up traffic. The biggest anticipated was in Rome, where organizers said they believed 100,000 would take part.
‘At the global level, we can’t carry on any more with public debt that wasn’t created by us but by thieving governments, corrupt banks and speculators who don’t give a damn about us,’ said Nicla Crippa, 49, who wore a T-shirt saying ‘enough’ as she arrived at the Rome protest.
‘They caused this international crisis and are still profiting from it, they should pay for it.’
The Rome protesters, including the unemployed, students and pensioners, planned to march through the centre, past the Colosseum and finish in Piazza San Giovanni. Some 2,000 police were on hand to keep the Rome demonstrators, who call themselves ‘the indignant ones’, peaceful and to avoid a repeat of the violence last year when students protesting over education policy clashed with police. As some 750 buses bearing protesters converged on the capital, students at Rome university warmed up with their own mini-demo on Saturday morning. source – Daily Mail UK
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