Tag Archives: Occupy Oakland

A Look from the Other Side – Occupy Oakland Murders

On Tuesday July 31st, two steadfast Occupy comrades were violently murdered, Tsega Tsegay and Alex Mahan. Tsega was beaten to death by her husband, and Alex Mahan, a Stockton comrade, was killed in a driveby shooting. We know that these … Continue reading

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Pro-Palestinian Activists, Occupy Oakland and Incompetent Local Government

According to the book “Megatrends”, California is a bellwether state for the entire country. If this is still true, the events in Oakland foreshadow the successful implementation of the Cloward-Piven strategy for the United States. The Occupy Oakland movement is … Continue reading

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Just Like George Soros Predicted (and Manipulated)

Just as George Soros predicted last week, the occupy movement is becoming violent and civil unrest will spread across the country. David DeGerolamo More than 100 Occupy activists arrested in Oakland after clashing with police Occupy activists tossed pipes, bottles, … Continue reading

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Is This the Trigger?

Will this video become the event that will unite the occupation against the police? Whether the event that will be used to start violence across the country is contrived, an accident or the actions of a few, it is only … Continue reading

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Occupy Arrests: Oakland, Atlanta and Asheville

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The following video contains footage directly from Oakland, CA and Atlanta, GA concerning the civil unrest and arrests associated with the occupation: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOAQh7snP4Q Eight people were arrested last night in Asheville, NC bringing the total to fifteen arrests. The organizers … Continue reading

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