Skip to comments.Measuring Occupy Wall Streetís impact, 5 years later
Posted on 09/18/2016 6:29:35 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
NEW YORK For a time, Occupy Wall Street was everywhere with its grass-roots encampments first in New York City, then globally and the refrain, We are the 99 percent!
And then it was gone. Its most famous camp in lower Manhattan was cleared out in an overnight police raid two months after it started, and other Occupy locations fizzled soon thereafter.
But five years later, demonstrators gathered once again in New Yorks Zuccotti Park on Saturday to commemorate the movement and what they said has been its lasting impact.....
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Hahahahaha. Morphed into BLM.
What’s the difference between an occuoy wall street chick and a muslim chick?
OWS chick gets stoned BEFORE she gets raped
SO it appears Soros has changed it over from Occupany to BLM and NeverTrump and of course, BDS
all Nazi agiprop
all the time
I credit conservative media and the internet for its demise. If the internet were around in the 60s, the hippie and antiwar movement would have fizzled too.
Yup. They’re mostly BLACK people which scares the hell out of lily white libtards. 99% my ass. It was Soros creation right from the get go.
I think the only impact they had was the litter they left all over the park.
Impact that small takes a micro seismometer to measure
I was walking past Zuccoti Park one day during the height of OWS when one obviously high middle aged woman told me I had a lovely tie.
“Grass roots” my left clavicle. Was clearly astroturf.
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