Sent time:   Thursday, October 13, 2011 3:40:56 PM
Subject:   Re: Re: [september17discuss] Re: Operation #wallstcleanup

In addition to the plans already put forward, the more reasonable we sound to the world the better our case will be.  A message approved by the GA that, "We welcome the cleaning crew and would cooperate with them to let them do their maintenance, if not accompanied by the police," and widely disseminated, would help the world see he difference between cleaning the park and clearing the park.  I cannot be there tonight to put this forth at the GA, so if anyone lies the idea please put it to the assembly if you can.

Also please have a backup plan in case the %$#@% hits the fan.

On 10/13/11, Tarak Kauff<> wrote:
Has this been approved by the GA yet? I like it but it needs to be
carefully thought through and people need to be 100% nonviolent. Of
course there will be provocateurs.
On Oct 13, 2011, at 5:10 PM, LaurenD wrote:

Great idea and great message! Thanks Justin!

Liberty Square is way cleaner than most of the streets in New York. It
is really pathetic that he would use cleaning as an excuse when most
of the streets of New York are filthy and disgustingly cluttered with
garbage bags that seem to never be picked up.

Make lots of creative signs that point out the irony in this!


On Oct 12, 7:49 pm, Justin Wedes <> wrote:
> Here's my proposed idea to respond to Bloomberg/NYPD's proposed
> "cleanup" of the park:
> Operation #wallstcleanup
> Tonight, and all day tomorrow, all campers/supporters should reach
> out to friends/family/anyone to donate or purchase brooms, mops,
> squeegees, dust pans, garbage bags, and any other cleaning supplies
> to be collected at sanitation. The sanitation committee should move
> full-speed ahead on purchase of bins allocated by consensus at GA.
> After General Assembly on Thursday, we'll have a full-camp cleanup
> session. Sanitation can coordinate, and anyone who is available will
> help with the massive community effort!
> Then, Thursday morning, we'll awake and position ourselves with our
> brooms and mops in a human chain around the park, linked at the
> arms. If NYPD attempts to enter, we'll peacefully/non-violently
> stand our ground and those who are willing will get arrested.
> Afterwards, we'll march with brooms and mops to Wall Street to do a
> massive #wallstcleanup march, where the real mess is!
> What do we think??
> -justin