the police are here to preserve disorder

the police are here to preserve disorder


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    ian356094

    redundant title is redundant.

    GreedyDrunk

    The length that this has dragged out has only discredited the movement.

    Puulaahi

    The length that this has dragged out has only proven the movement needs grow even more.

    Luke Magnifico

    The movement has spread worldwide and still accomplished nothing. They’re a fly buzzing at the ear of a deaf giant and their impotence is a growing embarrassment to us all.

    Luke Magnifico

    And by all of us, I mean all of you, because I’ve got nothing to do with this shit.

    fracked again

    Nothing has happened within my attention span, so this is clearly not working. /derp

    Luke Magnifico

    When two months pass without even the slightest sign of progress towards your goal you need to revise your methods.

    GreedyDrunk

    The fact that the sentiment has lasted this long means the movement needs to grow however this whole camping out forever thing is discrediting the movement.

    rebelyell2006

    Unfortunately the only way for it to grow would be to hang a couple of bankers. And that seems to be unlikely at the moment.

    Carnito

    I’m sure all the rich Americans will hand over all their cash to the poor now because some people are camping and tagging some buildings.

    AlphariusOmegon

    Personally the movement needs more “SHE’S A WITCH! SHE’S A WITCH! BUUUUUURRRRRRN HEERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!”

    Jim

    That line is from a 1968 statement made by Mayor Daley concerning the Dem. convention
    riots in Lincoln Park. These people are to damn lazy to even think up something new.

    Zetar

    I just came here to say that the original quote, from Mayor Daley was, “the police are not here to create disorder, they are here to preserve disorder.”

    And, I think OWS is using this as an homage to the Vietnam War protest movement.

    And, as long as OWS continues they are winning. When they stop the bankers win.