TAMPA - On Tuesday, during a Breitbart.com freelancer's exclusive tour of "Romneyville" the protester welcoming camp in Tampa, Florida, residents spoke about dissension within the occupy movement. Resident's said Romneyville, however, was not an Occupy camp, but rather a "poor peoples camp," and camp for homeless people who have been kicked out of Occupy Tampa due to their homeless status. They also emphasized their belief that the "young white anarchists" have a tinge of subliminal racism. Via Brietbart.com.
In the meantime, Occupy Wall Street organizers prepare to celebrate their movement's one-year anniversary in New York, pitted on their 1% enemy on Wall Street:
September 17, 2012 (#S17) marks the beginning of year two of Occupy Wall Street (OWS) and four years since Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy, helping catapult our global economy into a new phase of disrepair and dragging millions of ordinary people down with it. No complaints from the rich 1% - they’re still rich. They’re insatiable unless we push back.
On September 15-17, Occupy Wall Street is planning three days of education, celebration and resistance to economic injustice with convergences and assemblies, concerts, and some of the famous OWS direct action. Much of our organizing happens behind-the-scenes, but you'll see Occupy pop into view soon; and as we are sure you already know, we are bigger than the sum of our mass demonstrations (they just tend to get the most attention).
And they're thrown the homeless and needy out of Occupy Tampa's camp. Interesting.