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Occupy Wall Street – Chris Hedges shuts down CBC Kevin O’Leary

** Please SUBSCRIBE and share this video with friends! THANK YOU ** ——————— UPDATE — CBC issues apology on 2011-10-18 CBC: “The watchdog says hundreds of complaints were filed after Mr. O’Leary called the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist “a nutbar” during CBC News Network’s The Lang & O’Leary Exchange on Oct. 6. The remark came during a seven-minute segment about the Occupy Wall Street protests unfolding in the United States.” ——————— Youtuber “D20312″ has asked me to share this link: Occupy Wall Street – Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Chris Hedges shuts down CBC commentator Kevin O’Leary as they discuss Wall Street protests. Email the CBC directly and voice your opinion: Kirk Lapointe MUST WATCH: Bank of Canada & NWO – Dr. Andrew Moulden (United We Fall) Canadian Banking System Fraud Exposed – Bill Abram MORE Chris Hedges: Why I Will Be There Chris Hedges – bio Kevin O’Leary – bio



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What We Saw at the Occupy Wall Street Protest

Down with banks, student-loan debt, and expensive elections! Up with barter…capitalism…and…Mitt Romney?!?! On October 4, 2011, visited the Occupy Wall Street protests at Liberty Square in Lower Manhattan, on Day 18 of the ongoing demonstration. The crowd was relatively small at about 300, and included educated but unemployed workers, college students and recent graduates, homeless drifters, performance artists, 9/11 truthers, and a not-insignificant number of journalists. The “leaderless” movement is made up of more than a dozen smaller groups, such as the “Information” group with Macbooks hooked up to generators who maintain the “OccupyWallStreet” Twitter feeds and liveblogs, a “People’s Library” consisting mostly of donated leftist literature, and a well-stocked kitchen where organic vegetables are sliced for communal salads. Student loan debt, campaign finance reform, and general anger with the sluggish economy were the more frequent grievances aired, but the demonstrators are hardly monolithic in their passions or opinions. Among the boilerplate anti-capitalist rhetoric included a lifelong Democrat professing his support for Mitt Romney, an unemployed aviation mechanic declaring his continued support of capitalism and disgust at corporate welfare, and a homeless man expressing skepticism that any of the protestors would remain in the park if just “one bad wind” rolled through the area. Also in the crowd was Republican New York City Councilman Daniel J
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Raw Video: Wall Street Protest Spreads to DC

Several groups were demonstrating in Washington DC Saturday, including Occupy DC, a group modeled on the Occupy Wall Street movement. The National Air and Space Museum closed after demonstrators swarmed the building to protest a drone exhibit. (Oct. 8)
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Peep and the BWW – Current Events

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Raw Video: Seeger Joins Wall Street Protest

Folk music legend Pete Seeger joined Occupy Wall Street demonstrators in their campaign against corporate greed Friday night. The 92-year-old Seeger shouted out the verses of protest anthems as a crowd of about 1000 people sang and chanted. (Oct. 23)
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NYPD Cop Punches Protester at Occupy Wall Street, 10/14/11

Journalist and Reason contributor Michael Tracey is covering New York’s Occupy Wall Street as it’s happening. Above is footage he shot as the protesters marched through the street of Manhattan and had various stand-offs with the New York Police Department. Tracey himself reports being punched in the shoulder while filming. In the above video, around the 1.40 mark, a white-shirted NYPD officer decks a protester in a green shirt (how the incident started is unclear).’s Meredith Bragg edited the video above from about 20 minutes of footage. Follow Tracey at And read his October 7 story, “Occupy Wall Street: Beyond the Caricatures,” at His website is Reason’s coverage of the Occupy movement can be found at http

Naomi Klein @ Occupy Wall Street 10-06-2011

Author of the Shock Doctrine joins thousands In NYC to shift the economic conversation towards the 99% of the Nation in one of the richest zip codes in the country…Via WBAI, Pacifica Radio and Digital Warrior Media….
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Michael Moore on support of Occupy Wall Street protest

Michael Moore, filmmaker, activist and author of “Here Comes Trouble,” calls on people all over the country to bring the Occupy Wall Street movement to their communities. Later, Moore denounces the state of Georgia for executing Troy Davis. Tune in Weeknights at 8:00/7:00c on Current TV Go to Countdown with Keith Olbermann on Current TV for more:

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