Podcast: Why Occupy? A government, history teacher explains

James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, to walk Americans through the central arguments of Occupy:

  • The 1% “leadership” in politics, banking, and corporate media commit crimes centering in war and money, and then lie about them.
  • These crimes annually kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions of the 99%’s dollars. The appropriate response is arrest of those committing the most egregious crimes a nation can commit.
  • The arrest of the war-murdering, looting, and lying criminals opens unprecedented opportunity for policies to uplift all Earth’s inhabitants.

The article with documentation is here.

Jim Fetzer has published more than 100 articles and reviews, and is author to 20 books in the philosophy of science, the theoretical foundations of computer science, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science. He is a leading international expert in discovery and analysis of evidence to prove President Kennedy was assassinated with criminal complicity of elements within the highest levels of US government. His research is documented at Assassination Science.

The 2-hour podcast is here (you can fast-forward past the Beatles music covering the local advertisements).

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  • joe

    The U.S. government is one step closer to making protests illegal.

    The New “trespass bill” makes it a federal offense to protest government business or functions, or against people or places under Secret Service protection.

    The U.S. congress is pushing a bill into law under the innocent pretense of making protests at the White House illegal.

    The new legislation just passed by the house H.R. 347, informally known as the “Trespass Bill”, goes far beyond the White House and will outlaw peaceful protests in an almost endless possible combinations of situations.

    The bill begins by making it illegal to enter or remain in any restricted building or grounds, which are defined as any location where the Secret Service or any person under protection of the secret service is located or at any place designated as a special event of national significance.

    Hence, the it will be illegal to protest at not only the White House but at any location where the The President, Former President’s, their families, Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates, Foreign Heads of States, U.S. Officials performing certain tasks, or any one else under protection of the secret service is located.

    That would means it would be illegal for protestors to hold a rally outside an Obama speech or even at an event hosted by Rick Sanatorium or Mitt Romney. It doesn’t stop there either.

    The bill goes on to make it a federal offense “to impede or disrupt the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions, engages in disorderly or disruptive conduct in, or within such proximity to, any restricted building or grounds when, or so that, such conduct, in fact, impedes or disrupts the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions”

    http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/02/29/house-passes-trespass-bill-protests-illegal-87532/

  • Ed Jewett

    I am listening to the podcast now and have a question. What do you make of the apparently-documentable links between Gyorgi Soros (clearly well inside the 1%) funding parts of the Occupy movement as well as numerous other NGO’s, the Otpor movement, and many if not all of the “color” revolutions in other countries?