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Friday, October 7, 2011

Occupy Wall Street - Media Attention or Not

Occupy Wall Street Has No 'Message', But It Has A Reason 
By PhD candidate in Theatre and English at Columbia University
As reported in the Huffington Post

One of the most well-rehearsed axioms of the Occupy Wall Street event is that "the media does not know how to talk about it," and, as a result, is talking about it to as minimal an extent as is possible. Fortunately for the occupation's supporters, their presence is getting harder and harder to ignore. And so the media's problem is slowly but steadily becoming the nation's problem.

When I joined in the Solidarity March today along with fellow students from Columbia, NYU, CUNY, and SUNY, not to mention an impressive number of labor organizations, I was approached by two different broadcast journalists for interviews.
The first identified himself as "Kuwaiti television," and the second identified herself as "from CUNY." Each newscaster thrust a microphone in my face and asked the same question, "Why are you here?" I could not escape the feeling that they were speaking for the entire country, maybe the world, and that somehow, if the answer to the question could be "discovered," all the cameras would pack up and go home, relieved not to have to be in downtown Manhattan anymore.

We must begin by acknowledging that the first fundamental fact of Occupy Wall Street is that it has no message. It is not a localized policy march, like a march for same-sex marriage equality or for a university living wage or for a political candidate. Occupy Wall Street is unlike any of these protest-type gatherings for the simple reason that it cannot be talked about in familiar terms.

The "meaning" of the occupation will emerge over time, both by the intellectuals and journalists
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Abigfail said...

People know who this guy the about blind eye and deaf ear!

Cain to Wall Street protesters: ‘Blame yourself’ for joblessness

“I don’t have facts to back this
up, but I happen to believe that these protests are planned an
orchestrated to distract from the failed policies of the Obama
administration,” he said.

Pressed on whether major banks had
anything to do with the current economic recession, Cain conceded that
they did, but described their role as historical. “They did have
something to do with the crisis that we went into in 2008, but we’re not
in 2008, we’re in 2011,” Cain added.

Itsacrisis said...

Schools Barack-Loving Progressive: "Obama Works For Goldman Sachs &
Wall Street, Get Over Your Nonsense That Democrats Are Any Better
Than Republicans!"

Clip has not been posted before.  This is another must see.  Start
watching precisely at the 4:30 mark - Runs 2 minutes from there.

Ratigan nails the Republican and Democratic factions of the
one-party Kleptocracy known as Wall Street. If you still believe in
left-right puppet show, get to the nearest mirror and shout "KNAVE!"
until the mythical recovery arrives.

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