Occupy Wall Street movement reviving


This video from the USA says about itself:

Tom Morello, guitarist for Rage Against the Machine, joined Occupy LA protesters on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall on Saturday, October 8. He performed a song from his 2011 solo album.

Spring Preview: Protesters Nationwide Occupy Corporations, Education. Allison Kilkenny, In These Times in the USA: “The past week has proven to be something of a resurgence for Occupy Wall Street with two major protests featuring thousands of activists unfolding in states across the country”: here.

During the #OccupyWallStreet protests, some police officers used excessive force against peaceful protesters: here.

NYPD Under Fire for Surveillance of Occupy Protesters: here.

Yana Kunichoff, Truthout in the USA: “Documents obtained by Truthout through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request show a lack of clarity about DHS’s role in the surveillance and eviction of Occupy movements – within the agency itself…. The question of whether the Occupy movements are considered security threats and can therefore be surveilled by the agency is detailed in internal memos that show the developing strategy toward the Occupy movement, which DHS employees affirm is ‘constitutionally protected activity'”: here.

NYPD Infiltrated Liberal Political Groups, According To New Documents: here.

Occupy London not over: here.

The central squares of the great cities are alternately filled with protesters of one kind or another these days, from the Indignados of Madrid to the giant-killers of Tahrir Square: here.