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I visited the occupation of Wall Street late afternoon yesterday, after recording this Freak Storm sermon. What an unusual time we live in. Tropical storms and people storms sweep through the public squares. Climate change and national debt are Devils releasing deadly energy. Leaders in politics seem like ciphers, drained of energy. But Earth defenders are flying, Vendana Shiva, Wangari Maathai, Bill Mckibben - and those kids at Liberty Square.


Reverend Billy's Freakstorm #18
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  •  It's all about the hair, Rev Billy. (1+ / 0-)
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    Glen The Plumber

    Actually, the young on Wall Street gnat-batting their oppressors makes perfect common sense.  It is all the young have left to do lest they feel totally marginalized by a society that claims it cherishes its children when it's so patently clear that what they cherish in little children is that they are easy to market to.
    My respect and support for all the young on Wall Street who insist on their relevancy and who demand some modicum of penance from a financial system that has less dignity than four besotted guys shooting craps in an alley somewhere.

  •  The common sense of pizza, and the common sense (0+ / 0-)

    of Article 1 of the Bill of Rights... the police, when they steal the signs from the protestors, and steal their PAs (oh, because of noise ordinance) and then their megaphones (still noisy, but no longer amplified electronically) and next steal their native voice, and will finally steal their right to exist physically in space (oh, there will be property ordinances, or health requirements, or some such edict).

    It is common sense that we will all find ourselves in some civic park, with a megaphone, holding flowers up to guns, and holding men of greed accountable to actions.

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