Skip to comments.Occupy Wall Street chief organizer unravels, ponders calling it quits
Posted on 09/19/2012 8:51:46 PM PDT by Radio Free Tuscaloosa
NEW YORK During the final moments of what was meant to be a weekend of rejuvenation for the Occupy Wall Street movement, a key organizer looked to call it quits.
Aaron Black is a protester who emerged in recent months to take up the mantle of leadership within a movement that prides itself on being leaderless. He expressed his own frustration with Occupy Wall Street in a tone of defeat.
The movement celebrated its first anniversary Monday at Zuccotti Park, right on Wall Streets doorstep. Black was among hundreds of protesters arrested during the weekend. Without going into details about his time in custody, he said he was not treated well.
When the Daily Caller asked Black what was next for the movement, however, he personalized his answer.
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Notice his t-shirt in the picture!
He looks like Rob Zombie.
“Notice his t-shirt in the picture”
Hehehehe, the picture of Black wearing that Ron Paul t-shirt is priceless. Snort, snort.
I guess he had to get back to work at some point.
He looks just like “The Dude”.....Hey, careful, man, there’s a beverage here!
What’s “Occupy Wall Street”?
Haha. The shirt! This is exactly what the Ronulans usually look like.
To his credit, if I wound up in charge of Occupy Wall Street, I also would call it quits and tell everyone to go home and do something more productive. Scrapbooking, perhaps. Learning to whistle. Advanced daydreaming. Pretty much anything would qualify.
Was he a Paulite Delegate?
Pray for America
Does this mean the Occupy Egypt and Libya movement is over to ?
Guess he sees no fawning administration support in his very near future.
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