Occupy The Vatican... like Occupy Wall Street
Updated August 12, 2012
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Updated December 8, 2011 Videos of 'Occupy the Vatican' - the oldest crime institution - and protests outside church in Vancourver
Updated October 16, 2011, From Tahrir Square to Times Square: Protests Erupt in Over 1,500 Cities Worldwide
October 15 International DAY of ACTION
The United States has started its own American Spring and American Awakening as inspired by the Arab Spring in Egypt and the Arab world in the Middle East and Africa. Without violence, without guns and without bombs, without invoking God's name but rather the words of justice and fairness, open book and accountability, make the rich and banks pay taxes too, stop the monopoly of multinational corporations, the young people of America have taken to the streets of Wall Street in New York which started since September 28, 2011, against multinational corporations and wealthy Americans who are exempt from paying taxes like Murdoch and it is spreading around the world especially today October 15 as the Global Change Day, read related links below.
These young Americans have been camping outside a privately owned park near Wall Street and also marched towards Upper Manhattan in front of Murdoch’s and other Wall Street tycoons multi-million dwellings. Today marks the first Global Day of Action and it is catching up in Canada, in India, in Europe and across the United States, see photos below. The time of oligarchs and monarchs are over and the 1.1 Billion Catholics should learn from these young people who will no longer be ruled by 'pay, pray, obey' the Pope or God and Kings and monarchs.
Occupy the Vatican
Women and SNAP victims of the JP2 Army of Pedophile Priests should occupy also go and occupy the Vatican, read our related article in February 11, 2011, when 1 million young Arab occupied Tahrir Square in Egypt and ousted their despot Mubarak from a lifetime of power and rule -- without the use of violence, read our related article, Holy Heist! John Paul II WYD had no role with Arab youths who liberated Egypt from Mubarak who stole then deposited billions into Vatican Swiss Banks http://jp2m.blogspot.com/2011/02/holy-heist-john-paul-ii-wyd-had-no-role.html .
Note that these young Americans of Occupy Wall Street are not holding crucifixes and chanting Rosaries in their hands and they are not praying to Blessed John Paul II chanting WYD slogan of 'JP 2, we love you' and they are not asking the blessing or prayer of Holy Father Pope Benedict to save them in any way at all. Actually the Vatican is their worst enemies, read our related articles below.
It is time to Occupy Wall Street and Occupy The Vatican as well so that the Pope will no longer have the secrecy and monopoly of the billions of dollars that Catholics give every week worldwide to Rome and the transfer of despots' ill-gotten wealth to the Vatican Swiss Banks , read our related article Benedict used Hitler as mask in German Parliament http://popecrimes.blogspot.com/2011/09/benedict-xvi-uses-hitler-to-divert.html.
It is time to occupy the Vatican because if it is to be recognized as a "country, women should be allowed to be priests, and children and women should be able to reside inside that country ... or it is not a country at all but an anicent medieval museum with a public square or park, read our related articles, Amnesty International names Vatican in 2011 report on human rights violations - it's time the UN end the Vatican status as a "secular" state http://pope-ratz.blogspot.com/2011/05/amnesty-international-names-vatican-in.html
Read The Vatican Billions. Holy Mass Tourism for Each Generation. Pay to be a Christian - Whether Alive or Dead.http://popecrimes.blogspot.com/2011/03/vatican-billions-holy-mass-tourism-for.html
Vatican Swiss Banks purposes are hiding and trading the proceeds of crimes 1934 to present day http://popecrimes.blogspot.com/2011/06/vatican-swiss-banks-purposes-are-hiding.html.
Women priests are a threat to the Secrecy of the Vatican Swiss Banks
There will never be women priests, not because they are holy enough, but because the Vatican Bank can only be guarded in total secrecy by homosexual GAYS priests and the GAY Pope, read why the Vatican should no longer be recognized as a "country because women and children and lay people are forbidden to live in there -- Amnesty International names Vatican in 2011 report on human rights violations - it's time the UN end the Vatican status as a "secular" state http://pope-ratz.blogspot.com/2011/05/amnesty-international-names-vatican-in.html
Why every country have two embassies in Italy, one for the Vatican and one for Italy
Why should every country have diplomatic ties with the Vatican when it is only one building and one public Square where the Pope holds a weekly 1-hour Angelus for pilgrims and tourists?
Contries spend millions of dollars to maintain these embassies with the Holy See are not for prayers and a one-time meeting with the Pope -- rather they have monetary interests with the Vatican in order to maintain the papal nuncions and Cardinals' diplomatic immunity transfers of illegal funds of millionaires and billionaires from each country to the Vatican Bank and to the Vatican Swiss Banks in utmost secrecy. They need the god-like status of the Pope so that the world will not question their illegal millions and billions in his HOLY hands and HOLY banks.
The ultimate frontier of Occupy Wall Street is in reality the OPUS DEI and their monopoly of the Vatican Bank, the Vatican Swiss Banks that hoard these despots billions of dollars. That is why rulers like the recent German visits of Benedict XVI in Germany allow him to have a diplomatic status because he ultimately is the only one who can travel with “diplomatic immunity” and transfer the despots and multinationals ill-gotten wealth into the tax-haven of the Vatican Bank and Vatican Swiss Banks, read our related articles It is time for the French Revolution at the Vatican: Benedict XVI must resign, Cardinal Bernard Law et al must resign …Shut-down the Vatican. Napoleon said, "“Religion is what keeps the poor man from murdering the rich. Religion is excellent stuff for keeping common people quiet” http://pope-ratz.blogspot.com/2010/03/it-is-time-for-french-revolution-at.html
Read our related article The French Revolution at the Vatican might start in England with the arrest of Benedict XVI led by the British Dawkins and Hitchens n http://pope-ratz.blogspot.com/2010/04/french-revolution-at-vatican-might.html
And the US-MSM Main Stream Media's strategy is to ridicule and ignore these protests, only AlJezeera and RT have carried these protests heavily in their evening daily news. It is no surprise because ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX and other American television networks are owned by tycoons like Murdoch and his cronies and Opus Dei has a big hand and control in all these US television networks. Likewise, the Vatican Pied Pipers also ridicule or ignore the protests against Benedict XVI and his Crimes against Humanity at The Hague.
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9/11 victims 3,000. JP2 Army 100,000s. May Day: both Hitler and bin Laden Announced Dead on May 1 on John Paul II Beatification Day B-Day http://jp2m.blogspot.com/2011/05/911-victims-5000-jp2-army-100000s-may.html
The 9/11 Decade and the JP2 Millstone 9th anniversary of Paris Arrow's vision of the death of John Paul II at the World Youth Day http://jp2m.blogspot.com/2011/09/911-decade-and-jp2-millstones-9th.html
Vatican Pope Benedict Calls for 'Central World Bank' (NWO) to Be Set Up and Other Govt's Support it
Occupy the Vatican Serves Eviction Notice Against Child Raping Church, As Canadian Media Distorts the Event
Native people assaulted by Catholics as Vancouver cops stand by and watch:
Occupy the Vatican serves Eviction Notice against child raping church, as Canadian media distorts the event
Vancouver, Squamish sovereign territory
October 31, 2011:
Two dozen men and women from Occupy Vancouver and the Occupy the Vatican movement, most of them aboriginal, faced assaults and a human blockade from members of the Catholic Knights of Columbus yesterday outside Holy Rosary Cathedral, while trying to peacefully occupy it and enforce a legal eviction order against the Roman Catholic church for its murder of thousands of residential school children.
“I kept yelling to the police to help us but they just stood there at the church entrance and did nothing, even when the Knights of Columbus were shoving one man and making him fall right off the church steps” described a female member of Occupy Vancouver.
“It’s like the cops were being private security for the church, and the Knights of Columbus were acting like police”.
The planned occupation was called last week to bring attention to the Catholic church’s illegal occupation of Squamish land, and their genocide of native children.
Protecting the Child Rapists: Vancouver Cop expels parishioner at Holy Rosary Cathedral for supporting aboriginal protesters
Aboriginal woman and member of Occupy Vancouver declares Chief Kiapilano’s March, 2008 Banning and Eviction order against the Catholic church
On Saturday, the action was temporarily postponed after two undercover operatives were exposed as attempting to incite violence at the church.
Nevertheless, a group of native elders went to the church later and read the eviction notice to the police and catholics barring the church entrance.
The Vancouver media distorted the Sunday action to make it seem that Occupy Vancouver disavowed the action, which is not true.
No media reported the exposure of the undercover operatives or the fact that over a hundred Occupy Vancouver members have merely postponed their protest to next Sunday.
One of the protest organizers and a legal agent for Squamish elder Kiapilano, Kevin Annett (Eagle Strong Voice), commented today,
“There’s a mayoral election on in Vancouver these days, and every politician is trying to win votes by calling for the Occupy camp to be shut down.
What better scare tactic to inflame the citizenry than claiming that a bunch of wild Indians from the camp are storming a church?” commented Kevin Annett today.
Annett has been authorized by Kiapilano to enforce his 2008 Eviction Order against the Catholic church in Vancouver.
“The occupation of these churches will continue, peacefully, and with increasing support from many people. The eyes of the world or on us. We will return next Sunday” announced Annett.
Occupy the Vatican groups across Canada and the world have declared their plans to take over Catholic churches in their communities.
A Press Statement and Ultimatum addressed to the Pope and the Vancouver Catholic Archdiocese will be issued later today.
Issued by Occupy the Vatican (Vancouver) and The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (Brussels office) 12:00 pm PST 31 October 2011
NYC Live Updates
•12:35 p.m. March from Liberty Square to Washington Square Park passes Church and Chambers - numbers more than a thousand.
•12:54 p.m. Bronx Police hold entrance to subway open for Bronx General Assembly - march heads downtown for free, filling two entire cars.
•1:05 p.m. Poetry cipher broke out during the Bronx General Assembly on the 4 train.
•1:16 p.m. March from Liberty Square to Washington Square Park passes 6th and Broome.
•1:23 p.m. At least twenty NYPD vehicles heading to Washington Square Park.
•1:29 p.m.. Two thousand are gathered for General Assembly in Washington Square Park. Thousands more are marching to meet them.
•1:49 p.m. March from Liberty Square passes Waverly Place, nears Washington Square Park.
•1:57 p.m. March from Liberty Square reaches Washington Square Park. Thousands in the General Assembly meet them chanting, "Wall Street, no thanks - we don't need your greedy banks."
•2:19 p.m. Citibank action 555 La Guardia Place. Occupiers are inside and currently being arrested.
•2:23 p.m. At least 22 arrested in Citibank.
•2:28 p.m. Police at 555 La Guardia Place are arresting occupiers in Citibank who are attempting to close their accounts.
•2:43 p.m. Around four thousand in Washington Square Park. Around three thousand in Liberty Square.
•3:19 p.m. Zombie group arriving in Washington Square Park. Hundreds march from Liberty Square to Citibank at 555 La Guardia Place in solidarity with arrested occupiers.
•3:26 p.m. General Assembly of Washington Square Park marches on Times Square. 8th st and 6th ave.
•3:36 p.m. It appears that Twitter is censoring our updates.
Live New York
Washington Sqaure Park
11AM - MARCH ON THE BANKS
From Liberty Square to Chase
We will then march to student meet up at Wash. Sq. Park
11AM - OCCUPY THE BRONX MEET-UP
12PM - ANTI-WAR MARCH AND TEACH-IN
Wall Street And Broadway
12PM - MASS STUDENT GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Washington Square Park -
Student meet up and student loan lender bank action
1PM - #SankofaDay
Sponsered by the Malcolm X Grass Roots Movement
Liberty Plaza/Zuccotti Park
3:30PM - ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION AGAINST MOUNTAIN TOP REMOVAL
New York Public Library Main Entrance
42 and 5th avenue
4PM - OCCU-PIE TIMES SQUARE RECRUITMENT CENTER
5PM - TAKE TIME SQUARE CONVERGENCE/ OCCUPATION PARTY
The Occupation Party & Facebook
October 15th Call to Action
Publié oct. 14, 2011, 11:08 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
Over the last 30 years, the 1% have created a global economic system - neoliberalism - that attacks our human rights and destroys our environment. Neoliberalism is worldwide - it is the reason you no longer have a job, it is the reason you cannot afford healthcare, education, food, your mortgage.
Neoliberalism is your future stolen.
Neoliberalism is everywhere, gutting labor standards, living wages, social contracts, and environmental protections. It is "a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money." It is a system that ravages the global south and creates global financial crisis - crisis in Spain, in Greece, in the United States. It is a system built on greed and thrives on destablizing shocks.
It allows the 1% to enrich themselves by impoverishing humanity.
This has to stop!
We must usher in an era of democratic and economic justice.
We must change, we must evolve.
On October 15th the world will rise up as one and say, "We have had enough! We are a new beginning, a global fight on on all fronts that will usher in an era of shared prosperity, respect, mutual aid, and dignity."
Actions in NYC
Parents bring Children to #ows tonight
Publié oct. 14, 2011, 6:29 matin EST par OccupyWallSt
EMERGENCY CALL TO ACTION: Keep Bloomberg and Kelly From Evicting #OWS
Publié oct. 13, 2011, 2:14 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
How To Hold Your Ground
Publié oct. 13, 2011, 2:12 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
GOOD NEIGHBOR POLICY
Publié oct. 13, 2011, 2:10 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
Mr. Auctioneer! New Yorkers Call for Moratorium on Foreclosures. Organizing for Occupation and Occupy Wall Street visit the courts!
Publié oct. 13, 2011, 2:13 matin EST par
October 15th Global Day Of Action
Publié oct. 12, 2011, 3:57 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
#OWS Stands In Solidarity With 100 Arrested At Occupy Boston
Publié oct. 11, 2011, 11:52 matin EST par OccupyWallSt
Publié oct. 9, 2011, 10:38 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
Today Liberty Plaza had a visit from Slavoj Zizek
Publié oct. 9, 2011, 6:04 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
#ows Second General Assembly Of Manhattan Meets At 3PM In Washington Square Park - Anti-Flag To Play Set In Solidarity at Liberty Square
Take Back Boston!
Publié sep. 30, 2011, 12:20 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
Greetings from Occupied Wall Street,
Publié sep. 30, 2011, 5:06 matin EST par OccupyWallSt
Publié sep. 29, 2011, 10:26 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
A Message From Occupied Wall Street (Day Eleven)
Publié sep. 28, 2011, 9:53 matin EST par OccupyWallSt
Cornel West, Philosopher and Activist, to Speak at Occupy Wall Street Tonight At Seven
Publié sep. 27, 2011, 5:28 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
A Message From Occupied Wall Street (Day Ten)Publié sep. 27, 2011, 2:31 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
Publié sep. 27, 2011, 4:20 matin EST par OccupyWallSt
Noam Chomsky Announces Solidarity With #occupywallstreet
Publié sep. 26, 2011, 6:57 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
Block By Block, City By City
Publié sep. 25, 2011, 5:56 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
Publié sep. 25, 2011, 12:23 après-midi EST par OccupyWallSt
A Message From Occupied Wall Street (Day Eight)
Publié sep. 25, 2011, 5:09 matin EST par OccupyWallSt
Soutien à Occupy Wall Street
Les indignés de Montréal au Square Victoria
15/10/2011 10h16 - Mise à jour 15/10/2011 14h14
Les sympathisants au mouvement Occupy Wall Street envahissent près de 1500 villes à travers le monde aujourd'hui. Montréal n’échappe pas à la vague d’indignation qui balaie la planète. Un demi millier de personnes ont dénoncé les dérives du capitalisme et prôné une meilleure redistribution de la richesse.
Samedi au petit matin, plusieurs occupants travaillaient déjà à établir le campement sous l’œil attentif des policiers qui restaient en retrait.
Entassées dans le sous-bois, des tentes ont été érigées en prévision d’un siège de plusieurs jours et donne au square les allures d'un squat géant.
Un peu partout, de gros sacs de voyage remplis de victuailles et de vaisselle jonchent le sol. Des comptoirs de distribution de nourriture ont été installés.
Les organisateurs ont choisi de s’établir entre la Tour de la bourse de Montréal et le Centre de commerce mondial, un lieu hautement symbolique pour qui veut se dresser contre l’élite financière.
Les occupants souhaitent d’ailleurs lancer un message aux plus puissants de la société.
« Ceux qui ont le pouvoir, ce sont eux à qui le système bénéficient. La population, dans ce contexte, n’a pas vraiment le droit de parole », tonne Frédéric Carmel, un travailleur bien implanté dans Occupons Montréal.
« On est tous des citoyens du Québec, des citoyens du Canada et du monde, alors travaillons pour que nos société bénéficient à tous les êtres humains », complète-t-il.
Dans la cohue chantent et dansent les occupants tout en discutant politique.
« Il y a une volonté d’en finir avec le contrôle de la société par le haut. Les gens voient qu’il y a un problème au niveau du fonctionnement. Les ‘’occupants’’ et les anarchistes que nous sommes partagent la même quête », décrit Gérôme Charaui, de l'Union populiste libertaire.
Réseau sociaux, l’outil
Sur la toile, les réseaux sociaux ne dérougissent pas.
« Il y a tellement un grand engouement que dès que les gens écrivaient quelque chose, le message disparaissait dans le flux d’information en quelques minutes », s’étonne M.Carmel.
La foule participera à une assemblée générale sur la rue McGill, vers 15h.
Des représentants d’une communauté amérindienne doivent aussi venir léguer symboliquement le segment de terre du square aux manifestants.
From Tahrir Square to Times Square: Protests Erupt in Over 1,500 Cities Worldwide
Publié oct. 16, 2011, 1:08 matin EST par OccupyWallSt
Tens of Thousands in Streets of Times Square, NY
Tens of Thousands Flood the Streets of Global Financial Centers, Capitol Cities and Small Towns to "Occupy Together" Against Wall Street Mid-Town Manhattan Jammed as Marches Converge in Times Square
New York, NY -- After triumphing in a standoff with the city over the continued protest of Wall Street at Liberty Square in Manhattan's financial district, the Occupy Wall Street movement has spread world wide today with demonstrations in over 1,500 cities globally and over 100 US cities from coast to coast. In New York, thousands marched in various protests by trade unions, students, environmentalists, and community groups. As occupiers flocked to Washington Square Park, two dozen participants were arrested at a nearby Citibank while attempting to withdraw their accounts from the global banking giant.
"I am occupying Wall Street because it is my future, my generations' future, that is at stake," said Linnea Palmer Paton, 23, a student at New York University. "Inspired by the peaceful occupation of Tahrir Square in Cairo, tonight we are are coming together in Times Square to show the world that the power of the people is an unstoppable force of global change. Today, we are fighting back against the dictators of our country - the Wall Street banks - and we are winning."
New Yorkers congregated in assemblies organized by borough, and then flooded the subway system en mass to join the movement in Manhattan. A group calling itself Todo Boricua Para Wall Street marched as a Puerto Rican contingent of several hundred playing traditional music and waving the Lares flag, a symbol of resistance to colonial Spain. "Puerto Ricans are the 99% and we will continue to join our brothers and sisters in occupying Wall Street," said David Galarza Santa, a trade unionist from Sunset Park, Brooklyn. "We are here to stand with all Latinos, who are being scapegoated by the 1%, while it is the bankers who have caused this crisis and the banks who are breaking the law."
While the spotlight is on New York, "occupy" actions are also happening all across the Midwestern and the Southern United States, from Ashland, Kentucky to Dallas, Texas to Ketchum, Idaho. Four hundred Iowans marched in Des Moines, Iowa Saturday as part of the day of action:
"People are suffering here in Iowa. Family farmers are struggling, students face mounting debt and fewer good jobs, and household incomes are plummeting," said Judy Lonning a 69-year-old retired public school teacher. "We're not willing to keep suffering for Wall Street's sins. People here are waking up and realizing that we can't just go to the ballot box. We're building a movement to make our leaders listen."
Protests filled streets of financial districts from Berlin, to Athens, Auckland to Mumbai, Tokyo to Seoul. In the UK over 3,000 people attempted to occupy the London Stock Exchange. "The financial system benefits a handful of banks at the expense of everyday people," said Spyro Van Leemnen, a 27-year old public relations agent in London and a core member of the demonstrators. "The same people who are responsible for the recession are getting away with massive bonuses. This is fundamentally unfair and undemocratic."
In South Africa, about 80 people gathered at the Johannesburg Securities Exchange, Talk Radio 702 reported. Protests continued despite police efforts to declare the gathering illegal. In Taiwan, organizers drew several hundred demonstrators, who mostly sat quietly outside the Taipei World Financial Center, known as Taipei 101.
600 people have begun an occupation of Confederation Park in Ottawa, Canada today to join the global day of action. "I am here today to stand with Indigenous Peoples around the world who are resisting this corrupt global banking system that puts profits before human rights," said Ben Powless, Mohawk citizen and indigenous youth leader. "Native Peoples are the 99%, and we've been resisting the 1% since 1492. We're marching today for self- determination and dignity against a system that has robbed our lands, poisoned our waters, and oppressed our people for generations. Today we join with those in New York and around the world to say, No More!"
In Australia, about 800 people gathered in Sydney's central business district, carrying cardboard banners and chanting "Human need, not corporate greed." Protesters will camp indefinitely "to organize, discuss and build a movement for a different world, not run by the super-rich 1%," according to a statement on the Occupy Sydney website.
The movement's success is due in part to the use of online technologies and international social networking. The rapid spread of the protests is a grassroots response to the overwhelming inequalities perpetuated by the global financial system and transnational banks. More actions are expected in the coming weeks, and the Occupation of Liberty Square in Manhattan will continue indefinitely.
Occupy Wall Street is a people powered movement that began on September 17, 2011 in Liberty Square in Manhattan’s Financial District, and has spread to over 100 cities in the United States and actions in over 1,500 cities globally. #OWS is fighting back against the corrosive power of major banks and multinational corporations over the democratic process, and the role of Wall Street in creating an economic collapse that has caused the greatest recession in generations.The movement is inspired by popular uprisings in Egypt, Tunisia, Spain, Greece, Italy and the UK, and aims to expose how the richest 1% of people who are writing the rules of the global economy are imposing an agenda of neoliberalism and economic inequality that is foreclosing our future.