Occupy Wellington: whiteboard, camera, outrage, action!

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15 Responses to “Occupy Wellington: whiteboard, camera, outrage, action!”

  1. Teller says:

    I know it’s tedious, but why go global misspelling your one big thought?

  2. DreamboatSkanky says:

    Those ents are out of control.  Take back the forest!

  3. flagler23 says:

    Simple typo…. doesn’t change the truth in it.  We’re all being ant-raped

  4. agthorn1981 says:

    Is that Harry Potter?

  5. Rey Carr says:

    Government is spelled differently in New Zealand. It’s not a typo or the result of the Americun education system.

  6. godfathersoul says:

    ENTRAPPED. there. Perhaps he is protesting the failing school systems…

  7. Richard Bartlett says:

    Thanks for the link love Xeni! I’m on the comms team at Occupy Wellington and we’ve made a big effort to get the positive angle out: we’re not a bunch of angry protesters, we’re an intelligent fluid group demonstrating how an equitable society can function.

    Or anyone in the region, come and visit! 

    We held the first of many ‘Occupy Your Mind’ events over the weekend: a dozen academics and community leaders giving open air lectures and workshops. This weekend we’re having a Real Free Trade Market where people can come to the Civic Square and exchange or give away stuff they don’t need, get some free food, and hear some talks about alternative economies like Timebanking.

    If anyone wants to know more we are beginning to get organised online,
    with all of our many channels falling into place under our umbrella
    website: http://www.occupywellington.org/

  8. ¿¡QUE!? says:

    what the hell is a kiwi rid?

  9. pjcamp says:

     Being raped by an ent sounds painful. Splinters! Pine cones!

  10. BijouxBoy says:

    Elijah? Statue, bro?

  11. claudette mccubbin says:

    How nice for these kids to have something to do.  I hated to have my son and his posse hanging out at the house in the backyard all day doing nothing until he finally decided to go to school.  Boredom is not a good advisor! 

  12. Bobsyeruncle says:

    Well, clearly his spelling ability isn’t going to get himself  freed the poverty cycle.  Maybe with a little government action…

    @_@

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