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"I Am Not Moving" (Or, Why the Occupy Movement is Going Global)
A short film by British Columbia activist film maker Corey Ogilvie
(youtube user CoreyOgilvie)
Corey's website is OgilvieFilm.com. His site has been having problems all day (for some unknown reason).
In his youtube post of this Corey asks that:
If mirroring, please do not change video in any way for its whole duration. Please credit the original filmmaker, musicians and music labels as some people have posted it claiming they made the video, which breaches the ethics of a creative commons.
This said, please share with everyone, including your leaders. Mirroring is encouraged, but pls don't change video in any way. This video is meant to be a warning to our leaders.
Stunning music by: Hauschka, song "Stumm (Kein Wort)"
Music Label: Karaoke Kalk label based in Berlin http://www.karaokekalk.de/
Including amazing shots from Alex Mallis
AFP reports this morning that:
MADRID — “Indignant” activists, angered by a biting economic crisis they blame on politicians and bankers, vow to take to the streets worldwide on Saturday in a protest spanning 71 nations.
It is the first global show of power by the movement, born May 15 when a rally in Madrid’s central square of Puerta del Sol sparked a protest that spread nationwide, then to other countries.
As governments cut deep into welfare spending to try to trim huge sovereign debts, the protests have grown and this weekend’s demonstrations are being organised in Madrid, New York and around the world.
“United in one voice, we will let politicians, and the financial elites they serve, know it is up to us, the people, to decide our future,” organisers said in a statement on http://15october.net/.
“We are not goods in the hands of politicians and bankers who do not represent us.”