BREAKING: Police threaten another OccupySF raid


After moving yesterday from the sidewalk in front of the Federal Reserve into nearby Justin Herman Plaza, the OccupySF encampment is again being threatened by the San Francisco Police Department, which is telling the group the city will enforce the nighttime curfew on the park and protesters must disperse. Sup. John Avalos is trying to mediate the conflict and Guardian news intern Yael Chanoff is covering the situation from the scene. Check back in the morning for a full report on this and other developments in the Occupy movement and its many manifestations around the world.

UPDATE: During an impromptu General Assembly, OccupySF votes to peacefully defy the police and not take down the camp as ordered. You can follow live video of the action here.


Bet cops/FBI/DHS are watching too,

Hope this goes on and on. Remember how fast the Soviet Union fell? This could be the end of capitalism as we know it.

Gary Brown should be Giants center fielder in 2012


Posted by h. brown on Oct. 17, 2011 @ 9:14 am

h. brown, it's always uncomfortable as an US/ SF lefty to have you sticking up for the those of us trying to progress society when in the same day you publish absolute misogynistic trash on you're own blog. please cease and desist from aligning yourself from the left of our city or country - you are a true embarrassment.

Posted by Skip on Oct. 17, 2011 @ 11:27 pm


Hang out with this Carl T. Hall story ...

Subject: 10,000 people invisible to Hellman and Chronicle
From: "h. brown"
Date: Mon, October 17, 2011 11:19 am
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boys and girls,

Luke Thomas photos of Saturday's Occupy
San Francisco demonstration with story from
former Chron science writer Carl T. Hall whom
I believe was fired for participating in a
similar demonstration a few years back.

Note the crowds that the Hellman Bay City
online publication and the Hearst Chron are
pretending don't exist. The Chron instead
covered an Oakland demonstration which they
estimated at 700 people.

Bottom line is that you can no longer believe
anything these publications print.

Dig it ...

Delete & Prev | Delete & Next

Posted by h. brown on Oct. 17, 2011 @ 10:32 am
Posted by Patrick Monk RN on Oct. 17, 2011 @ 11:11 am

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