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Police Arrest More Than 700 Protesters

In a move that was inevitable, the police did what they do best, they imprisoned, oppressed, and subjected others to what they wanted to do.

For those of you that may not have been watching Television lately due to the fat that most of the time you cannot get “real” news anyway, what we have seen happening in Greece could be coming to a neighborhood near you soon.  The problem is that most of these protesters are voting age 20 to 35 years of age and they are angry and upset with some of the policies of the White House.

The one thing that the police under the alleged orders of the embattled Mayor and billionaire Bloomberg, are not considering is that what will they do when they have no more room to arrest and detain protesters.

What will happen when the day comes when 150,000 protesters show up.

When there are so many protesters that they cannot possibly arrest them all, what will they do then.

Will they shoot them, will they do as we have seen in the past, bring in tanks and begin to run over them in the streets.

If this sounds impossible consider that this is not the first time this has happened.

There is a method of dealing with protesters and this was not it, the fact here is that for every one police officer there are thousands of citizens.  That is where Mayor Bloomberg has made his mistake, consider what will happen next, what if there are 2000 protesters arrested next time.

How long will it take to process them, how many man hours will be needed, how much  money will be spent on this?

What about the court system already at the breaking point, what happens when cases begin to pile up higher and higher…

There is a way to handle this issue, setup a time and a place and let them protest, it would save the city millions of dollars.

However, that is not likely something that will happen simply because this mayor is not a real person, this mayor is a rich man who cannot understand what
It is like to find yourself working 60 hours and after you pay the bills you have barely enough to buy food or to keep your home warm in the winter.

Now that is what bloomberg does not understand about these protesters.

It is a bad thing to watch as we see people in the process of tearing their lives apart while the city makes plans to arrest them and to put them in jail.
Imagine how this is really a bad thing but even worse imagine that we have seen it all before and we failed to learn from our mistakes.

That is what is really interesting, is that we have seen this happen in the past but all our leaders did was to make larger jails, hire more police officers, and buy more guns.
They did nothing to prepare for this day and that is what a lot of these protesters are upset about, the real problem is not the protesters but the fact that many of the mayors and the
governors of this land have forgotten that there are more protesters than they can put in jail.

I hope someone in government pays attention before this gets out of hand, because really what they want is someone to pay attention and offer up a real solution to the problems that
these youth see as impossible to overcome, this is why they are taking to the streets because they see nothing has changed.

They see that the hope that was promised was not real, they see that the change that was promised never came.

Corruption was what they received, while only a small number of people get Union Jobs, most are working for the lowest wage.

While the rich pay no bank fees the poor are forced to pay for debit card fees.

Perhaps that sounds petty, but when you make only a few dollars a day, and some bank tells you sorry but were going to have to
start charging you for all our services, even if you dont need them, because your poor.

Now that can really be an insult if you a person that has so very little and the only alternative is to close your bank account, it is
like taking away the little hope that they have.

The youth are seeing that things are getting worse not better, they are beginning to see that this is not hope and there is no change.

But this does not have to be the way things go.

This does not have to be the way the biased news media has depicted it.

If you spend a little time listening to them, give them a venue to talk, give them a place where they can communicate what they feel, perhaps that would be
better than arresting them at every turn and forcing them in to what is really slavery.