Occupy Together: There Is A Message

Who says there’s no message?


From the Occupy Irvine website:

The grassroots organization Occupy Orange County CA, which was formed organically in solidarity with the ever-growing Occupy Wall Street protests, just completed four days of peaceful citizen marches in OC while gearing up for the world-wide Global Day of Revolution on Oct. 15 with a day of peaceful protests in Irvine’s financial district as well as an overnight occupation at Irvine’s Civic Center Plaza.

This week, hundreds of Orange County CA activists marched in protests in Orange, Huntington Beach, Anaheim and Fullerton. Occupy Orange County CA, along with Occupy Irvine, is now urging citizens to join OC’s biggest “occupy” protest yet on Saturday, Oct. 15 in Irvine.

“We urge all Orange County citizens to take to the streets on Oct. 15 to peacefully voice your dissatisfaction with corporations’ disproportionate influence in the political sphere. Those who profit off the suffering of others will be held accountable. We are the 99% and we are too big to fail.”

As with Occupy Wall Street, the Occupy Orange County organization is a leader-less movement with all “team members” working together without monetary compensation to communicate publicly their dissatisfaction with the current corruption in America’s financial and political spheres.

For the latest Occupy Orange County CA information, please become a fan of our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OccupyOrangeCountyCA

Saturday, October 15: Occupy Orange County CA in Irvine

9 a.m.: Starts at 1 Civic Center Plaza in Irvine with a march to Irvine’s Financial District (march map TBA) and an overnight occupation at Irvine’s Civic Center Plaza

RSVP to Occupy Orange County CA: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=124386474331209

  1 comment for “Occupy Together: There Is A Message

  1. cook
    October 15, 2011 at 5:46 am

    Irvine was a ranch.

    Now for your entertainment, Occupy whatever brings on form the past, a sheep run and cattle stamped.

    Why vote when you can “Moo” and “Baa”

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