Unions Join NWO-Orchestrated Revolu-Zion, 8-12,000 March In New York; Live Stream

Anti-Wall Street march shakes up New York

NEW YORK — Thousands of anti-corporate demonstrators backed for the first time in large numbers by trade unions poured into New York's financial district Wednesday, raising the stakes in a more than two-weeks long street revolt.

More than 5,000 people crammed into Foley Square in lower Manhattan, where the city's courts and government buildings are located, before marching toward Wall Street. Union officials estimated the number at 8,000 to 12,000 and it was clearly the biggest protest yet for the fledgling movement.

"This is a revolution. This is not going to go away. It's only going to get bigger."

The march was backed by members of the United Federation of Teachers, which represents most of New York's public school teachers, as well as the Workers United and Transport Workers, which represents many of the city's bus drivers.

The Professional Staff Congress-CUNY (PSC-CUNY), which represents more than 20,000 professors and staff at the City University of New York, also gave its support.

The movement has had widening support, with franchises cropping up in towns and major cities across the United States, in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and elsewhere.
live stream from New York:

"street revolt" to quote the author of the above story..."This is a revolution...and it's not going away" to quote a participant.

It is both, and it is not going away...in fact it is coming soon to an area near you

"Revolution" in the streets of America...exactly as the NWO 'architects of chaos' have designed...destabilize and communitarianize...and ready for this...understand it or not...the end goal...zion-ize.

The final deconstruction of the 'old order' in the USA - and transition to world government - is now full speed ahead... Rev. 18:4
Exactly the same as Greece: Strike closes down most of Greece 10-5-11 Thousands of Greek workers shut down schools, hospitals and museums Wednesday to protest spending cuts that the government says are needed to prevent a bankruptcy that could roil global financial markets.

see all: occupy 'revolu-zion'

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