Bishop George Packard leads Occupy Wall Street into Trinity Church’s empty lot


At the #D17 #Sanctuary action at Duarte Square on Canal Street in New York City on December 17, 2011, Episcopal Bishop George Packard leads the charge over the fence surrounding an empty lot owned by Trinity Wall Street, an Episcopal church.
Read the full article by Nathan Schneider: http://wagingnonviolence.org/?p=14370

Why Occupy calls for “Sanctuary” From Waging Nonviolence December 17 2011

Why Occupy calls for “Sanctuary” From Waging Nonviolence (click here, read more)

 Everybody Knows: Leonard Cohen



The future is carved into the past, so deep that it will stay there for ever…

… When this present becomes  history: How will our present day carving look like in the future? Do any of our present day “leaders” even care about such things as honor, God, Country(s), PEOPLE?

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3 responses to “Bishop George Packard leads Occupy Wall Street into Trinity Church’s empty lot

  1. Pingback: Is this really America? – Occupy Bishop arrested, wife beaten… | Occupy Cyberspace – American Autumn

  2. sent it to twitter and reblogged it at http://wordpress.com/#!/read/

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    • Thank Frizz, it helps to know that there are others who care about these issues, for which humanity suffered so much in the past, from which it seems that no lessons were ever learned: People are to uninvolved in the future of their own lifes, and then it is another Great Depression al over again: Isn’t that dumb?
      Bishop George Packard led the people, where their political leaders shut them off and arrested them for being worried about their lives and their future!

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