Who We Are
Occupy Your Local Media is an idea that was born from the frustration of being bombarded by those deceitful political advertisements which sprang up after the Citizens United v. FEC decision by the United States Supreme Court. That decision opened the door for the final act of the corporate take over of America.
“As Mankind becomes more liberal, they will be more apt to allow that all those who conduct themselves as worthy members of the community are equally entitled to the protections of civil government. I hope ever to see America among the foremost nations of justice and liberality.” – George Washington
This blog, the Facebook page, Twitter profile, YouTube and the Flickr accounts are independent of the Occupy Wall St. movement. We are in no way a part of any other movement. This is purely a collective of like minded individuals who have come together to fight back against the global fascist takeover by focusing on the media.
We need each person who is willing and determined to join us in this fight for the very survival of liberality, our nation, indeed our world.
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Wow, this manages to never say what it claims it is going to tell.
Mr. Mitton, what information are you seeking?
Who We Are: a collective of like minded individuals who have come together to fight back against the global fascist takeover by focusing on the media.
That’s a wonderful goal – is there a bias to your focus? Is there any particular outside parties funding your fight and if so against any particular parties?
Goodness I wish. No this is totally a small individual group of contributors who basically cover liberal issues and how the media is or is not covering them. The actual issues vary by individual and since most things are now covered extensively online in social media, our need for adding information to the conversation has been increasingly reduced, thankfully. When the need arises, we hope to be there.
Since your blog DOES state this is independent of the Occupy Movement, I was curious if your motivations were to the same political purpose – a truly egalitarian society based not upon class-structure but on a fair system.