Occupy New Orleans Begins

By Laughnmatter

This was actually not a bad turn-out for the first day organizing, given the fact that it was going on during a Saints game. At it’s height there were perhaps 100, give or take a few.

http://occupynola.org/

The plan is set to coordinate with the other October 6th protests taking place across the United States. We shall see if this isn’t just a Beta-test for the coming actions the Ruling Class plan on executing upon us or a truly organic revolution.

We’ll be occupying Lafayette Square, the same place in which I had the encounter with the DHLS agent over the 9/11 weekend. It’s not just the belly-of-the-Beast location, but his heart and head too.

Yours truly has volunteered for the Media & Marketing section, making signs, contacting media, generally getting the word out.

As things progress I will try the best I can to keep everyone informed. However transmission may be interrupted by little things such as incarceration.

But you can then keep-up by visiting the OccupyNOLA site.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OccupyNOLA

Twitter: @OccupyNOLA

Livestream: www.livestream.com/occupynola

Email: OccupyNOLA@gmail.com
Email List: http://groups.google.com/group/occupynola
Send an email to the group at occupynola@googlegroups.com

Find your city at Occupy Together.

2 responses to “Occupy New Orleans Begins

  1. Pingback: The Progressive Mind » Occupy New Orleans Begins | COTO Report

  2. “This was actually not a bad turn-out for the first day organizing, given the fact that it was going on during a Saints game. At it’s height there were perhaps 100, give or take a few.”

    But once the game was over, the crowd dwindled to about 14.

    Oops.

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