Occupy the World: Indians are targeting Coca-Cola to support #ows

17 comments on “Occupy the World: Indians are targeting Coca-Cola to support #ows
  1. Jayme says:

    Cool. The only way to address the issues is get out the information, suppressed by all the propaganda of the governments and corporations.

    “Democracy” by Leonard Cohen
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5tF3Xg7A8k

  2. Mike says:

    Hello Max & Stacy,

    Max, in one of your recent videos you predicte that as a result of Ben & Jerry’s attendance at Occupy Wall Street, that they would develop a new flavour. Ha ha ha… have a look at this, video, because the Ben & Jerry founder says that he is now considering developing a new flavour called “Occupy”. Ha ha ha… :-)

    http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000051388

  3. No, no, no, not again says:

    I believe there is an investigation against coca cola in Colombia for being involved in the murder of union activists.

  4. maria Meados says:

    This is NOT a protest against Capitalism…it’s a protest against Corporate oligarchy.

    Ben & Jerry flavors? Ben & Jerry is owned by a multi-national. It has nothing do do with it’s roots as a small, quality startup.

  5. Jayme says:

    Campaign to stop killer Coke
    http://killercoke.org/

  6. BB Rebozo says:

    RT!! Nice piece! I like Pia. Good looking woman and very good, articulate correspondent.
    Thanks Max and Stacy for the clip!

  7. The outrage at Monsanto’s “Frankifood Seeds” is growing exponentially! It is Global Genocide! and Monsanto know full well they are killing their victims/customers. The unequivocal evidence is not from wacky fringe science either! It is from Government Laboratories! yet Government know they can;t challenge a Corporate Giant like Monsanto!
    Quote{-
    “Teams of medical researchers in Parkville, Australia and in Albany, Ohio have identified specific proteins present in Monsanto GMO grains. These engineered proteins trigger gluten sensitivity and can instigate celiac disease. Internationally, we have been experiencing epidemic levels of gluten intolerance: over 40% – virtually half the US population – now cannot metabolize gluten. Celiac disease affects one in 133 Americans. If untreated, celiac is potentially fatal. According to CD support groups and information agencies, about 3 million Americans currently have CD, 97% of whom remain undiagnosed; moreover, 30% of the population has the genetic makeup predisposing towards CD. There is no drug which can treat CD. Meanwhile, we are seeing large numbers of infants already suffering from GERD. This breakdown of normal human digestion is directly attributable to the tampering with nature instigated Monsanto: this is clear from the studies mentioned below.

    The research team at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research in Australia identified three proteins present in grains patented by Monsanto as disruptive to metabolic pathways, and as interfering with nearly all systems of the human body, generating inflammation and immune dysfunction. What the genetically engineered proteins do is disrupt inter-cellular communication: they prevent cells communicating with each other intelligently, as nature intended. The scrambling of this natural communication causes inflammation and disease….”

  8. Bruce says:

    Same old story, as it always was.
    Gap between rich & poor.
    Environmental rape.
    Government corruption.
    The fight for freedom.

    Yet people still buy from their oppressors and bank with them.
    And newsreaders will always have annoying voices…

  9. SilverMarks says:

    WSJ METRO MONEY
    The Occupy Economy
    OCTOBER 15, 2011
    —Ms. Kadet

    Say what you want about the assorted professionals, philosophers, bums, radicals, students and wage slaves comprising Occupy Wall Street, but they’ve managed to pull off the impossible. In the center of one of the world’s most expensive cities, a place where the average tourist family of four spends roughly $3,500 per visit, they’ve accomplished something even the guidebooks wouldn’t dare promise: New York living on less than $10 a day.

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204002304576631084250433462.html

    :)

  10. Rockie32 says:

    Hey Alstair Carnegie, when you said “government knows you cain’t challenge a Corporate Giant like Monsanto” did you know that the American food Zare, who is head of the FDA is a former Monsanto lawyer? Leonard some thing or other. You know that group specially sellected that the President picks from to fill his cabinet? None are selected or voted on by the public. All bought and paid for, former Corporate CEOs etc. Banks, Corporations, Government are all one big happy family. I believe they call that charming little group “The Powers That Be”.

  11. susan says:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-15008682

    explain yourself Max – do you wear these clothes ironically?

  12. susan says:

    @Alastair:

    could you provide a link please? This is well worth sharing…

  13. vish says:

    Anna Hazare’s protest was not against the corporates but backed by corporates and NGOs and already becoming very political. She did not mention anything about the anti-nuclear protests that are happening down south in India. These are against the Russian’s could be a reason? Russia is building Nuclear Reactors when it has abandoned the plans of any new reactors in Russia.

    The protests against the Nuclear Reactors was not backed by any NGO. It was by people for people!

  14. Specky4eyes says:

    @ Silermarks, “urinating at the local McDonald’s, which has become the movement’s unofficial latrine.”

    Cool.

  15. SilverMarks says:

    Just Walking the streets of New York will get you beaten and arrested by the Police, I can’t imagine what would happen if caught pissing in Bloomberg’s garden.

    Since the mayor is more interested in keeping his girlfriend and Wall Street partners happy by not allowing better sanitation for the protesters…it’s the best solution for now.

    Occupy Wall Street

    Bloomberg News reported on October 10th that “[t]he ground is mostly free of litter” and committees had formed to handle sanitation and comfort issues.[64] As of October 11, the City had not received one complaint about sanitation at the park.[65]

    Many protesters have taken to utilizing the bathrooms of nearby business establishments.[66] Supporters in New York have also donated use of their bathrooms for showers and the sanitary needs of protesters.[64]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Occupy_Wall_Street#Sanitation

  16. aaah says:

    Octupi the Oceans!

  17. aaah says:

    Look up evil in the dictionary.
    There’s a photo of Monsanto Headquarters.

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