From:   Lorenzo Serna <lorenzo.serna@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Saturday, October 29, 2011 1:53:37 PM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Principles of Solidarity?!! WINTER is here and you are all full of shit
 

Dear all,

If you'd like to hear my opinion of this, please find me and ask. I don't plan on sharing much on this list, for various reasons.

I think I've let a few people know my opinion and I hope that's traveled around a little, if not.

I'm either at camp or in the global rev studio.

All Love,
Lorenzo

On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 3:39 PM, Marisa Holmes <marisaholmes@gmail.com> wrote:
I am at home in front of my computer.
Earlier this morning I talked to Adash and Daniel,
who told me they were going to the army and navy store
for supplies and that they were well prepared for the snow. 
I offered up my home to anyone who needed a place to stay. 
If there's something I can do I'm glad to do it. 

Marisa

On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 10:33 PM, shaista husain <shaistahusain@gmail.com> wrote:
Please, don't assume everyone on the computer is not working hard
--some of us have mobile devices--and also some of us have to keep our
jobs while being committed to the work here as well---

On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 3:29 PM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna
Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote:
> It is deeply disturbing to me to see people discussing principles of
> solidarity from the confort of your computers when our greatest enemy,
> WINTER, knocked on our door. Tarps are not holding the snow, tents are
> soaked inside and freezing, people here at camp are feeling the punch, and
> people keep fighting for stupid details of something that is absent in their
> very actions and attitudes: Solidarity. The conversation needs to be
> shifted, our only concern right now should be the simple statement: we are
> freezing, we need help, we must have the infrastructure in place to survive
> winter. In response to this, please dont just throw your personal opinions -
> first listen to the OCCUPIERS  holding our ground bravely, let their voice
> be heard above all else: they are the ones directly affected. Not only in
> NYC, but across the other occupations.
>
> Robert, freezing cold day one occupier.
>
> --
> Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH
> 2009 Reynolds Fellow
> mobile +1 914 563 4209
> home +1 914 633 0415
> www.nyu.edu/reynolds
>


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