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Occupy Movements Can Proceed Without Encampments

Karen Anne

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There are ongoing police raids on public camps that have been set in different areas by the members of the Occupy movement and this increasing havoc has raised a question among the members whether their movement will not proceed without these camps.

Some members have also raised their voice to spread their message, that instead of police attacks on their encampments, the government should concentrate on reforming the economic condition of the nation which will also avoid the foreclosure of so many properties of homeowners across the country.

Jasper Gregory is a supporter of the Occupy Oakland group, who said, “I'm hoping it's not necessary to put down tents again. I hope that people can organize and come together for a meeting without having to have people down there all the time. If we have to have that encampment, then this can be stopped. ”

Another middle-aged Occupy San Francisco supporter, Scott Rossi also said the same thing, “We can't rely on the camps to always be a permanent fixture. So I think it's time to start thinking of the camps as the dot at the bottom of an exclamation point, and the rest of the movement as the upstroke. It's time to draw that line. ”

In the previous month, the media has frequently placed their focus on the conflict between the police force and the members of the Occupy Wall Street movement to show how the government is trying to stop this movement against foreclosure and the economic downturn.

The police removed encampments from Occupy Cal, Occupy San Jose and Occupy Oakland forcibly, and in those actions, many members of those Occupy groups complained about police cruelty and brutality. Federal officials in San Francisco have warned the movement group in the city a number of times to discontinue their protests.

Rossi said, “So we're carrying two torches right now: social economic justice and the First Amendment stuff. It's diluted the message. ” A participant of Occupy San Jose, Henry Gage Jr. said, “If battles with occupiers and the police fall to the background, more of the real story will come out. I think people will be pleasantly surprised. ”

However, most of the members of the Occupy movement said that they are completely within their rights to keep protesting against the economic downturn in the nation. They really don’t need these encampments, because the purpose of their movement can also be carried out through the internet which might be a stronger instrument for their movement.

Karen Anne, has been working on studying the foreclosures market, helping buyers on the finer points of foreclosures for sale . Try to visit and search foreclosed homes .


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