From the Seattle MayDay ‘disturbance’… When the Anarchist silly string attack failed to produce the intended result of a complete and total surrender by the SPD, they respond with Tear Gas and Flash Bang Grenades. Demonstrators throw all kinds of shit.(That news report compiled from real time tweets and other sources. It MAY NOT represent any event real or imagined… “Believe 50% of what you read and NOTHING that you see" ~~Abbie Hoffman)ragemovement:

Police attack May Day demonstrators in Seattle.

From the Seattle MayDay ‘disturbance’… When the Anarchist silly string attack failed to produce the intended result of a complete and total surrender by the SPD, they respond with Tear Gas and Flash Bang Grenades. Demonstrators throw all kinds of shit.

(That news report compiled from real time tweets and other sources. It MAY NOT represent any event real or imagined… “Believe 50% of what you read and NOTHING that you see" ~~Abbie Hoffman)

ragemovement:

Police attack May Day demonstrators in Seattle.

"CNN: “Seattle May Day protests turn violent”

XxxANONYMOUSxxX: “Officers now moving crowd east on Pine from 8th Ave. Group continues to throw rocks and bottles at officers #Seamayday”

AnonyÓðinn: Seattle police, previously seemingly ok, have just gone totally out of control, lots of explosions http://www.livestream.com/globalrevolution @YourAnonNews

Realtime #SeaMayday Twitter Search"

— MayDay! Police Riot in Seattle

Seattle May Day protests turn violent By Amanda Watts, CNN

It’s MayDay! This is my only post for the day. I’m going to raise hell and hang with the local functional community of anarchists at the Santa Cruz Drum Circle.

Fascist Government Haymarket Memorial Vandalism/Clarification Photo Reblogged From Rage Movement

Trigger Warning: Facebook Links!Honorable mention to Occupy Los Angeles’ #Mayday [Ø5.Ø1.2Ø13] but this is the event I’m supporting due to a rationale described here  regarding Occupy, and it’s aftermath. (In short, Occupy is dead! Long Live Occupy!)Wednesday, May 1, 2013 

Anywhere EXCEPT your place of employment!


What if you had just one day to make a difference? One voice, one people, engaging in one action, to send one powerful message….


We will not be silenced, the time for economic justice is now. 


The action is simple. Stay at home. Do not go into work, or school. Call in sick, take vacation time, or whatever you have to do to not be there. Keep your kids home. It can be difficult to take a risk during these trying times, but change will not happen unless we do something about it together. 


ONE DAY can change reality! Here’s how…. [More at the Facebook Event Page for One Day: National Strike]

Trigger Warning: Facebook Links!

Honorable mention to Occupy Los Angeles’ #Mayday [Ø5.Ø1.2Ø13] but this is the event I’m supporting due to a rationale described here regarding Occupy, and it’s aftermath. (In short, Occupy is dead! Long Live Occupy!)

Wednesday, May 1, 2013 

Anywhere EXCEPT your place of employment!

What if you had just one day to make a difference? One voice, one people, engaging in one action, to send one powerful message….

We will not be silenced, the time for economic justice is now.

The action is simple. Stay at home. Do not go into work, or school. Call in sick, take vacation time, or whatever you have to do to not be there. Keep your kids home. It can be difficult to take a risk during these trying times, but change will not happen unless we do something about it together.

ONE DAY can change reality! Here’s how….

[More at the Facebook Event Page for One Day: National Strike]
Also see this Cabale News Services posting: March 20 2012 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: #AmericanSpring… All It Takes Is 20 Dedicated Citizens Out Of 100 To Make History Take the day off America and enjoy some leisure time… After all, Americans don’t get as much leisure time as citizens of… …almost ANY of the other industrialized nations[Chart courtesy of NationMaster.com]With a hat tip to NotYourAverageSpatula who notes:FYI, people with a job who can call in sick don’t actually work, they sit at a computer for 8 hours a day, doing about 2 hours of actual work and about 6 hours of facebook. people who actually work cant afford take a day off. because this is ‘MERICA, where everything sucks.

Also see this Cabale News Services posting: March 20 2012 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: #AmericanSpring… All It Takes Is 20 Dedicated Citizens Out Of 100 To Make History

Take the day off America and enjoy some leisure time… After all, Americans don’t get as much leisure time as citizens of… …almost ANY of the other industrialized nations


[Chart courtesy of NationMaster.com]


With a hat tip to NotYourAverageSpatula who notes:
FYI, people with a job who can call in sick don’t actually work, they sit at a computer for 8 hours a day, doing about 2 hours of actual work and about 6 hours of facebook. people who actually work cant afford take a day off. because this is ‘MERICA, where everything sucks.
"And we suffer from a broken political system where moneyed interests are represented, but the People and communities are not. We, the People, are fed up with this unwarranted suffering."


From the “Declaration from Occupy San Francisco General Assembly, Consensed on 5 April 2012

Clicking this photo links to the URL:http://www.occupymay1st.org/2012/03/11/flyer-what-is-m1gs/
youranonnews:

Join us to stand in solidarity with Occupy movements worldwide! May 1, 2012 will be a day WITHOUT the 99%.
On May Day, wherever you are, we are calling for: No Work ✩ No School ✩ No Housework ✩ No Shopping ✩ No Banking - Instead, take to the streets and protest with us!
Remember, the 1% need us … We don’t need them.
Flier with additional information: here
Facebook Event: here
Web Site of MayDay Strike: here
For constant updates on Twitter, follow the hashtags: #M1GS and #MayDay



"All The News You Never Knew You Needed To Know …Until Now."

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youranonnews:

Join us to stand in solidarity with Occupy movements worldwide! May 1, 2012 will be a day WITHOUT the 99%.

On May Day, wherever you are, we are calling for: No Work ✩ No School ✩ No Housework ✩ No Shopping ✩ No Banking - Instead, take to the streets and protest with us!

Remember, the 1% need us … We don’t need them.

Flier with additional information: here

Facebook Event: here

Web Site of MayDay Strike: here

For constant updates on Twitter, follow the hashtags: #M1GS and #MayDay

"All The News You Never Knew You Needed To Know …Until Now."

Cabale News ServiceMarch 20 2012 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: #AmericanSpring… All It Takes Is 20 Dedicated Citizens Out Of 100 To Make History


[Pop Out Player? Click Here]
Prefer An MP3 Playlist?
It’s Here: [128Kbps MP3 12:23 Minutes]
Other Audio Formats Available [ Here ]

(Source: youranonnews, via anonymissexpress)

soulbymax:

CHICAGO SPRING


You can be SURE Chicago welcomes you!

soulbymax:

CHICAGO SPRING

You can be SURE Chicago welcomes you!

DemoDogs Pictures, Images and Photos

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May 01 2012… Take #99PercentOFF - #OccupyWallStreet Calls For May Day General Strike

Occupy Wall Street Calls for May Day General Strike

At the General Assembly meeting last night, Occupy Wall Street’s dreamer contingent got a very special valentine: the GA endorsed the Direct Action Working Group’s proposal to call for a general strike on May Day—May 1, 2012.

Occupiers celebrated with cheers and Valentine’s Day balloons.

The text approved by the GA is as follows:

May Day 2012 Occupy Wall Street stands in solidarity with the calls for a day without the 99%, a general strike and more!! On May Day, wherever you are, we are calling for: *No Work *No School *No Housework *No Shopping *No Banking TAKE THE STREETS!!!!!
[In Full @ Alternet]

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