11-10-01 Occupy Wall Street, days 13-15 (September 29 – October 1) – US-UK media split!

  • UK media – BBC and the Guardian – report on the Wall Street unrest, growing numbers of participants, additional locations, protestors amass on the NYPD headquarters…
  • US media focus on unrest in “democracies everywhere,” but fail to mention the unrest in the United States… Fear of US information repression spurs efforts for establishing alternative internet communications…
  • In Israel, tenuous relationship between media and tycoons (bankers and others) has been repeatedly documented in recent decades as well… 
  • Authenticated People’s communications would be discussed in the upcoming Jerusalem 2012 celebration, as essential tool in monitoring government conduct.

One should recall the New York Times editorial on Christmas day, 2010, where it disclosed that it intended to be biased in reporting on the US banking system, out of intimidation. [1]

That NYT editorial was particularly pathetic, coming in the wake of the federal 2010 “Freedom of the Press Act”… [2]


Occupy Wall Street protests grow amid Radiohead rumour

Occupy Wall Street demonstrators in Zuccotti Park, New York 

An estimated 2,000 people have gathered in Lower Manhattan, New York, for the largest protest yet under the banner Occupy Wall Street.

Walking out on the system ; In troubled times, faith in the ballot box fades and people take to streets
Article from: International Herald Tribune | September 29, 2011 |

People in domocracies everywhere are rejecting traditional political solutions and taking their displeasure to the streets. 

The Chronicle of Higher Education 

Fear of Repression Spurs Scholars and Activists to Build Alternate Internets

College 2.0: Fear of Repression Spurs Scholars and Activists to 
Yana Paskova for The Chronicle
Eben Moglen, a law professor at Columbia U., is developing the Freedom Box, a personal server that makes data harder to intercept. “The Net we have is increasingly monitored, measured, and surveilled everywhere by everybody all the time,” he says. “Our Net has been turned against us.”

By Jeffrey R. Young
Computer networks proved their organizing power during the recent uprisings in the Middle East, in which Facebook pages amplified street protests that toppled dictators. But those same networks showed their weaknesses as well, such as when the Egyptian government walled off most of its citizens from the Internet in an attempt to silence protesters.
That has led scholars and activists increasingly to consider the Internet’s wiring as a disputed political frontier.


Jerusalem Al-Quds 2012 Love, Peace and Justice (dance/music/art/study/pray) Summer Celebration [8,9]


[1] 10-12-25 Banks and WikiLeaks – NYTimes
[2] Freedom of the Press Act (2010)

[3] 11-10-01 BBC: Occupy Wall Street – Day 15 (October 1, 2011) – Protesters Mass Outside NYPD _ News24_ World_ News
[4] 11-10-01 Interesting News From Around the World s
[5] 11-09-29 Herald Tribune: Occupy Wall Street – Day 13 (September 29, 2011) Taking to the Streets

[6] 11-09-23 Fear of Repression of Internet Communications in the United States…
[7] 11-09-29 Google, Abu Ghraib, And Dead Sea Scrolls…
[8] 11-08-26 Joseph’s Dream 2012 // Hazon Yosef 2012 // Tajaliyyat Yusuf 2012 // El sueño de José 2012 // ???? 2012 – Jerusalem Al-Quds 2012 Love, Peace and Justice (dance/music/art/study/pray) Summer Celebration
[9]  josephsdream2012


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