CINCINNATI, OH – As an activist I have been pushing for the rights of others as well as myself since the early 80s. I got wind of the occupy movement coming to my city and started contacting those individuals associated with that movement in my city. We were protesting in a park…the police ordered us to leave or be arrested….some stayed others left. I left and began collaborating with others in an attempt to bring litigation. In turn, people associated with the occupy movement in my city gave my email to an attorney who in turned filed a complaint against me for unlawful practice of law. Here I am fighting for civil rights and have been for decades well before the majority of the occupiers in my city were even born and they turn around and attack me based on misinformation. They use their attorney to do so. They profess 1st amendment rights yet attack others who are exercising it. They even attack a person (me) who is a plaintiff in a lawsuit in which THEY are as well! Go Figure! So, the occupy movement in my city is a similac movement alienating itself from people with experience or people trying to help by acting like snitches running to their protector because they didn’t understand what I was saying and just ran with what they thought (you have to remember that the occupy folks in my city didn’t even know what Food Not Bombs was).
You try to talk to them but in my city the occupy movement is a fashion/friend statement: how many likes can I get on facebook with my occupy page? Let’s be secretive and not mention important things that the people of the city should know…or lets march on the weekends when no one is around. So, I left the similac movement….stupid to think a bunch of children had a clue…stupid to think a person with experience could help in comparison to the help of two-faced individuals who purport this yet do that.
That’s my story. I hope to expose the occupy movement in my city so all know what type of fools it is comprised of and maybe those serious will start weeding out the fakes, grow up, and join the rest of us in collaboration, collectively, so we can stand united.
-John Q Public-