[lbo-talk] Occupy as Media Surplus Value

Nicholas Roberts nicholas at themediasociety.org
Wed Dec 28 21:20:56 PST 2011


On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 8:22 PM, Nicholas Roberts < nicholas at themediasociety.org> wrote:

> its nice to see the UK Occupy crew using their imagination, intelligence
> as well as their courage.. its important to take on the City of London, its
> the biggest financial centre, bigger than Wall Street and really the centre
> of the international financial system. All the big financial meltdowns
> lately have come out of the London offices aka that little bank called
> Barrings
> The UK activist scene seems to be a lot more media savvy than the US wing
> which seems to be content to playing the domestic radical extremist card
> pretty much on cue to the Defence Authorization Act
> I watched a snippet of the politics of emergency on Fox News this morning
> and they where absolutely stoked that the Occupy Wall Street crew "had big
> plans for the NRC"
> Nixon would be loving it
>> Occupy Together
>> ?Occupy the London Stock Exchange liberated an abandoned court and
>> will be putting the 1% on trial.
>> http://occupylsx.org/?p=2602
>> "These will not be show trials, but public airings of wrongdoing
>> perpetuated by those in positions of authority."
>> Occupy London liberates abandoned East End magistrate?s court to put
>> the one per cent on trial | Occ
>> occupyLSX.org
>> As the Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) occupation prepares to
>> present its case at the High Court today, members of Occupy London
>> alongside a group of military veterans ? Occupy Veterans ? have
>> liberated a disused court house in London?s Est End. The opening of
>> Occupy London?s fourth occupa...

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