I was looking at yahoo news about a secret society... I believe there are many secret societies...
the "occupy wall street " movement is obviously not secret
but the Stone Mason Society/ neoconservative/corporate think tank is!
and it's finally happening where the 99% are confronting the dominant 1% who side with the artificial insemination that some folks call "fair and balanced" news...
the tea party was created from this powerful secret society who helped create Faux(fox) News..
even funding the maniacal Glenn Beck to sponsor the Tea Party to march on Washington with their very white and wealthy members...
a lot has been happening. I wish that I could hear MSNBC instead of Faux News and CNN (christian news network)... when we go to Oz, I will hear more factual less right wing biased information.
well, I often go to Huffpost to see what is really happening without the facts being twisted by the corporate controlled media ...
and unfortunately the right wing fascist police are making a peaceful revolution violent!
WASHINGTON -- The Oakland Police Department fired tear gas on Occupy Oakland demonstrators Tuesday night as they marched through downtown, determined to reclaim the camp that officers destroyed that morning. As the marchers zigged and zagged in search of safe ground, authorities bombarded and barricaded the activists into a drawn-out stalemate that resulted in further arrests.
The local police's use of force seriously injured an Occupy activist and Iraq War veteran.
Scott Olsen, 24, remains sedated on a respirator, in stable but critical condition at Oakland’s Highland Hospital after being hit in the head with a police projectile.
Olsen's roommate, Keith Shannon, 24, told The Huffington Post that Olsen is still in the emergency room.
"Right now, he's under sedation," Shannon said. "He walked into the hospital." But soon after his arrival, Shannon said, doctors found that there was swelling in Olsen's brain and put him under. He did not get a chance to talk to his friend. "They are waiting for a neurosurgeon to examine him to see if he needs surgery or not," Shannon said. If he doesn't need an operation, he'll be moved to the intensive care unit."