BREAKING: Post S&P Downgrade, Chicagoans Take to Streets, Demand Arrest of Bankers

Immediately following the announcement of the S&P downgrade, defiant Chicagoans took the the streets and demanded the arrest of the Bankers and an the end of the Federal Reserve system. This was never covered on any news outlet.

On July 9, 2009 similar protests took place in Chicago:

PROTESTS IN DOWNTOWN CHICAGO (2009)

Today 2011 and we see that protests changed nothing.

This is imaginary democracy.
Protest peacefully.
They just ignore you.

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2 Responses to “BREAKING: Post S&P Downgrade, Chicagoans Take to Streets, Demand Arrest of Bankers”

  1. cecaria Says:

    bad protests don’t do crap.

    And imaginary democracy? You protested right? Did you get arrested? No.

    The fact that you CAN protest proves that democracy is working.

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