The movement descends into litigation. “We can either go and beat him up or we can go to court.”
Infighting and backbiting that has crippled the movement plays out on Twitter, 140 characters at a time. Updated with comment from Justine Tunney
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After the fizzling-out of the Occupy Wall Street movement in America, protesters from New York arrive in Tunis and Istanbul. Familiar tent cities, different goals.
Marling’s latest and most provocative film, The East, takes on nothing less than American consumerism run rampant. It’s coming soon to a multiplex near you.
Members plan to take a stand against unpaid internships first in New York, then London and Paris.
Danske Bank’s shameless new ad campaign is tagged, ” A New Normal.”
Not forever, at least. “I think that it’s a pretty natural complement to the type of work that Occupy has always done.”
A fading crusade is finally working: “guerrilla volunteering” for Occupy Sandy.
Their main theme is putting up fake “Pull in Case of Fire” boxes. They are not fans of Mayor Bloomberg.
Or trying to. Vladimir Jaffe is “brave enough” to take on Occupy Protesters, says Judge Napolitano.
They are, however, planning to protest the “fascist dictator,” movement activist says.
The movement has fizzled to the ground, but it’s a perfect foil. “A very large movement and a very well-organized movement,” says Breitbart’s Bannon.
There were plenty of police (and barricades) around Foley Square on September 16, the anniversary of the Occupy movement, but nothing like when a politician or other political operative appears in the city.
The Occupy movement camping out in Charlotte is no fan of President Obama or the Democrats, as proved by these protest signs (and a couple puppets).
They support Obama — but paid for buses that brought protesters to both conventions. Labor official says they didn’t mean to. “Arrest Barack!”
A racially charged moment outside the convention. Protesters camped out on a street corner, closer than they ever made it in Tampa.
Why you should support Twitter’s rage against the machine.
The most hardcore protesters took the bus down from New York City’s core Occupy movement. Monday’s chant: “Let us use the bathroom!”
Tampa activists say reports of possible violence are overblown. “They’re afraid of anything that moves.”
Perhaps the wrong priorities while reporting on this tragedy.
An office that is not Limbaugh’s office finds itself surrounded by protesters.
A picture log of the May 1st, 2012 protest that was loud, impressive, and mostly sent a lot mixed signals. See for yourself!
Reuters attracted quite a bit of blowback for its video calling May Day a “dud” yesterday. “A diverse set of views,” social media editor de Rosa says.
On display in New York, a peaceful protest march with liberal groups, and an anarchist “black bloc.
Occupy Wall Street held a May Day protest in Union Square NYC, and BuzzFeed went. But only for the free haircuts. BuzzFeed’s own Ryan Broderick decided to check it out.
Protesters attacked photographers, and sought to seize their cameras, during May Day protests, journalists say. “One girl walks up to one of the photogs and nailed him right in the face,” says Village Voice’s Muncy.