Message from Occupy Wall Street on the eve of eviction

Police are coming to evict us from the Liberty Plaza tonight - We don't know what's going to happen.

I know you guys are gathering in Auckland this Saturday, and that makes me very proud.
Since I don't know if I am going to be in jail at that time (who knows how this crackdown is
going to end), I would like to send a brief message to all my friends and comrades in Auckland.

In case you get to the mic or megafone or something, maybe read these words bellow?

"I just want to remind you all that you should be very proud of yourselves for being here.
We have been lied to, we have been manipulated and we have been patient. The time
has come for us to stand together for what is right. We don't want big business telling us
how to live, we don't want big business buying our politicians & we don't want big business
deciding on political discourse. We are all in this together. From Athens to New York, from
New York to Auckland. Stay strong, stand together and stay peaceful.

From Wall St to Queen St: Kia Kaha"

- Emir Hodzic


Jenoli said…
Kia kaha WallStreet! If they're trying to evict you, they they are fighting, which means you're winning!

First they Ignore you.
Then they Laugh at you.
Then they FIGHT you.
Hi! We are a spanish couple, we arrived to New Zealand
one week ago. We have been activists in the places of Spanish Revolution. We would like to put in touch or contact with your organisation. Have yo got some place in facebook to participate ?

Salud and revolution.

Alejandro Corpas y Mariajo.
- said…
Hi Alejandro, come see us in Aotea Square in Auckland city.

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