Here we go again, smushing the edge between the police and the occupiers. See this and this and this. Rather than pimping as the foot soldiers of the 1%, whoever wrote this blogpost on what they are calling “OcPo” (no names are attached to this website), says this about what the police really want, and it brought tears to my eyes:
“Police are bound to this too, they want freedom for the people because it’ll leave them in the position they’ve dreamed of since childhood, and that is to be the heroic warrior protectors of their respective communities. Petty laws and horrible injust leadership will succome to our numbers alone, and you will see more officers take charge.”
The story about him falling off his chair in McDonald’s really rocks.
November 24, 2011
OcPo would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! This is the best time of the year. Thanksgiving means many different things to many different people. For most, thanksgiving is the three F’s family, food, and football, to others it means wild parties with friends, for one of our twitter followers it means to spend the day alone in a hotel, because he has the flu, and doesn’t wanna get his family getting sick, and we know his family is thankful for having a man like him around. No matter what you’re doing today, one thing is sure, the entire country is showing gratitude for the things that we are thankful for. OcPo is no different and we’d like to take a moment to tell you what we’re thankful for this year…
First off we are extremely grateful to our families who continue to support us as we spend countless hours working to organize OcPo, their patience with us while doing this has been both extraordinary and appreciated, we thank you. We also would like to thank our friends who understand how important trust and loyalty is both personally, and in regards to the movement, you have all been admirable allies and we thank you for your continuous support. With so many in the streets both camping and chanting our message to the masses, we find ourselves humbly thankful for the roofs over our heads. As the temps in the north drop we want you all to know that you have both, our unending moral, and actual support, and we thank you for your undying support of the movement. The daily growth, even as the temps drop is an incredible thing to watch.
I’d like to take a moment to reflect back on a moment for which I am incredibly grateful for. It was a day back in February of this year when I made a pitstop at a McDonalds in Tampa FL for a coffee and a newspaper. It was like any other boring morning. I sat down with my coffee and paper and stuffed a coupla bucks back into my pocket. …Now I remember what happened next, very clearly because I fell outta my chair.. I flipped the newspaper over and… “Egypt Revolts!” is staring me in the face, along with an image of thousands of people just standing there as a crowd somewhere in Egypt.
After managing myself back into the chair (and yes I actually fell outta the chair, I have a friend who can verify that) I remember thinking about Egypt’s proximity to an impovershed southern Europe. I remember feeling this incredibly liberating sensation creep up my spine while I sat there and read on. Somehow I knew that it wasn’t long before this came to America. After reeling, my wild imagination back in, I brushed off and left McDonalds in a very good mood. Somewhere deep inside I knew, ..the world would never be the same again.
Weeks and months went by and we sat together and watched liberation sweep through Tunisia and then Libya, and then we watched as this core emotion slowly crept into Europe. Like a fresh wind coming in off the mediteranian, freedom hit the shores of southern Europe, Greece Italy and Spain caught one whiff of this fresh and intoxicating breeze and they came together in solidarity, to breath it in like a diver coming up for air. They would never be the same again.
My heart knew (after that cold morning in February) that it wouldn’t be long before freedom hit the shores of America. On September 17th it did just that. Everything since then is history…
I want to let every American know that this movement is not about the police, it’s not about anger or hate. ….it’s about FREEDOM from the chains that bind us to the bloodsucking conglomerationalization that has become our world. Police are bound to this too, they want freedom for the people because it’ll leave them in the position they’ve dreamed of since childhood, and that is to be the heroic warrior protectors of their respective communities. Petty laws and horrible injust leadership will succome to our numbers alone, and you will see more officers take charge. As our side of the movement grows, we welcome you all to not only sit and watch but to liberate yourselves and join us. I’ve said this countless times, and I’ll say it again……WE are NOT going ANYWHERE, we’re in it for life, and my clock says “60 Years Left”
Happy Thanksgiving America – OcPo
Please Note: OcPo is not sure if conglomerationalization is an actual word but for the purpose of this article, we just couldn’t resist.