Wednesday, August 17, 2011

US Day of Rage -- Planned NATIONWIDE for September 17

US Day of Rage -- Planned NATIONWIDE for September 17

The US Day of Rage website touts non-violence, yet notice one partner:  European Revolution and also note the hashtags in the Twitter feed, left column.

Wall Street targeted for Britain-style riots. 'Day of rage' aims to 'bring down the stock market'
Posted: August 16, 2011
11:37 pm Eastern
By Aaron Klein
© 2011 WND

Firefighters douse a building destroyed in the initial rioting in Tottenham, North London In the wake of Britain's riots, a group of American radicals are planning a "Day of Rage" targeting Wall Street and U.S. capitalism.

The upcoming protests, replete with a planned tent city in downtown Manhattan, is closely tied to the founders of ACORN and leaders of major U.S. unions, including the Service Employees International Union, or SEIU.

There are indications the protesters are training to incite violence, resist arrest and disrupt the legal system. The protest aims to take root nationwide.

Activists are advertising on social network sites such as Facebook and Twitter for a "Day of Rage" on Sept. 17 to begin with the "occupation" of Wall Street and continue with protests across the nation.

Read about the "ballot box stuffers," "urban terrorists," "gangsters" and others who make up "Obama's favorite community organizing group," in "Subversion Inc."

Planners have their own website – – which tells protesters to "bring your own tent."

The website is not specific about the purpose of the "Day of Rage" other than calling for "integrity" to be "restored to our elections."

The site accuses corporations of using "money to act as the voices of millions, while individual citizens, the legitimate voters, are silenced and demoralized by the farce."

Advertisements claim the protests at Wall Street and nationwide will be "non-violent."

However, the official website provides resources, including videos and detailed written instructions, for protesters to engage in "civil disobedience."

The resources provided include instructions on how to resist police arrest and disrupt court hearings. Similar instructions are provided on the website of an affiliated organization, which calls itself "Occupy Wall Street" and is also involved in planning the Sept. 17 protests.


  1. Having this on Constitution Day, interesting!!

  2. Well, I went to Tea Party rallies in the beginning and was hopeful. But then they were co-opted by mainstream Republicans and steered in the wrong direction.

    This movement looks more promising, since they are targeting the real source of our economic problems: the private banking system of the Federal Reserve and their control over our monetary system.

    Wall Street is just one big Ponzi scheme and does not represent true capitalism. They just take full advantage of the policies of the Federal Reserve and create "wealth" out of nothing.

    Private banking should be abolished and only the government should have the power to create money and issue credit.