Saturday, January 28, 2012

Occupy Atlanta Protestors Rally against Chase Bank Foreclosure Actions.

Notice the headline of the story is actually put much nicer than my headline. The original headline reads Angry Occupy Atlanta protestors rally at bank...

lol, which bank, what about, the headline does not say. Check out the story and congrats to Occupy Atlanta. In case you missed it, a Chase Bank executive admitted that Chase Bank gave out bonuses SEVEN TIMES LARGER for each sub prime ballon mortgage loan versus a more conventional and safer fixed rate loan, and target minorities for these loans.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Wells Fargo Occupies and Forecloses on a homeowner by simply not accepting their mortgage payment. Sign the Petition at Change dot org to rescind this action.

HSI Trust has a very short article on how Rachel Kendall's home was occupied (my word, not theirs) and foreclosed upon by Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo just didn't accept her mortgage payment and then soon after had foreclosed and sold her home!

Please consider signing the change dot org petition to rescind this Wells Fargo Unfair Foreclosure action. If you don't want to leave your real address or city, I don't blame you, just make one up. However you should probably use your real name and email, I assume that is safe to do?

Monday, January 9, 2012

Occupy enters the mainstream's bloodstream and help get a 99%r their 10,000 dollar prize.

Yeah, his toe may have been over the line, but the rest of his foot was behind the line, and Vincent Swope's 10,000 dollar halftime shot from midcourt should have counted from the get go.  

Be proud occupiers, for you've given people a way to protest when the 1% acts stupidly against the 99%, and Kroger did the right thing once they were spotlighted by the Occupy Kroger movement.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Occupy Wall Street's Livestream Operators Arrested

It may be too early to assume the arrest of Occupy Wall Street's Livestream Operators was completely political in nature. According to an article in the Monthly Atlantic, there first was a skirmish with the landlord, which was then followed by the police showing up to arrest some of the livestream crew.

I find it unfortunate that such an important nerve center of the occupy movement, the livestream network, did not have a more stable environment from which to do their groundbreaking work. I recall that LiveStream viewers were steadily donating money, which I am guessing was probably going towards equipment purchase and replacement, plus food.

Hopefully this is a temporary set back and everyone can agree that a stable location would be a huge priority for the occupy movement and live stream. This article is all speculation until we hear more details as to whether or not the arrest of some of the livestream crew was politically motivated or not.


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