Category Archives: Occupy Wall St.

Reportback from the “End the Camping Ban” Rally and March

First, A quick run-down in the “tactical” developments within Occupy. Certainly the post – eviction period of Occupy changed the political climate towards a more radical perception of the Police as fundamentally agents against the Working Class in the interests … Continue reading

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Beneath the Pavement

Detailing the Historical Struggle of the Commons, and its relevancy in the light of the Occupy Wall St. Movement The struggle over public space has been a long one.  On the one hand, there are the forces of control.  There … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Port Struggle 2011 – 2012

Following the Roots… The upfront and in your face Class War that began in Wisconsin gave impetus to the Bourgeois on a national and international level to begin, continue and extend Economic and Social Austerity Measures. While economic austerity measures … Continue reading

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The Boom and Bust of Class Struggle

Perspectives on the Occupy Movement from September – F. 29 Boom and Bust. It’s Class Struggle on Crack. One minute you’re at the top. Next minute you’re passed out on the floor. The Occupy Wall Street movement had its origin … Continue reading

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White Privilege = the Black Bloc?

In light of petty property destruction, such as the Vancouver Stanley Cup riot of 2011, the Black Bloc (or rather the acts of Property Destruction associated with it) have been affiliated with perpetuating white male privilege through displays of petty aggression … Continue reading

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