It’s the day Glenn has been warning about for the past six months - spring is here and “Occupy” is getting ready to make its big comeback in New York City. In 2011, there were arrests, protests, violence, feces, destruction, and more. California saw huge riots in the streets of Oakland. All the leftist propaganda promises their next phase to be bigger than ever - what can you expect when the radicals return?
"Tomorrow is May Day. This is going to be an interesting week in our country. This could be a lot like the beginning of Occupy Wall Street was when it first kicked off, if you remember. It kicked off and everybody was like, "That's ridiculous" and, of course, Jon Stewart was like, 'You know, it's just a bunch of, you know, people and if they get violent, then we'll be interested in it.' And I warned you, don't dismiss them. This week may or may not be a source of real riot and real trouble in the country," Glenn warned.
"This thing is so huge. They're now saying in Chicago in a couple of weeks, the Red Cross in, where is it, Milwaukee is saying they are setting up now shelters because they may have to evacuate portions of Chicago because they are expecting riots for the summit. This is serious. And nobody has been paying attention and this is the week," Glenn added.
"They've been setting plans in place and they're building a machine and you don't want to see them turn it on, and they are about to turn it on. And I believe they start to turn it on tomorrow."
Glenn said that OWS is using a website called Sukey to coordinate their protests and to avoid police.
"Sukey is a Web app that is designed to keep people safe, mobile and informed during demonstrations. We crowd source updates from Twitter and other online and off‑line sources in order to provide our users with timely overview of what's going on at a demonstration," Glenn read.
This video provides more information:
Occupy Wall Street demonstrators, whose anti-greed message spread worldwide during an eight-week encampment in Lower Manhattan last year, plan marches across the globe today calling attention to what they say are abuses of power and wealth.
Organizers say they hope the coordinated events will mark a spring resurgence of the movement after a quiet winter. Calls for a general strike with no work, no school, no banking and no shopping have sprung up on websites in Toronto, Barcelona, London, Kuala Lumpur and Sydney, among hundreds of cities in North America, Europe and Asia.
In New York, Occupy Wall Street will join scores of labor organizations observing May 1, traditionally recognized as International Workers’ Day. They plan marches from Union Square to Lower Manhattan and a “pop-up occupation” of Bryant Park on Sixth Avenue, across the street from Bank of America’s Corp.’s 55-story tower.