Finally, this effort is feeling conclusive, which I hoped for from the outset 2+ yrs ago. With the discovery of the socialist emergence from the "Jewish settlements in the Pale," the pure negativity of academic oligarchy the possibility of scientific rehabilitation in an aboriginal context. Cultural "fleshing" will continue with reprints of currently-relevant recently-historical experiences, often gangster, while "the Pale" experience is solidified upto present revolutionary efforts. The hope is to create a hinge with which to restore revolution as evolution after the excessively long period of oligarchic occupation -since 500BC.

Then, probably, the entire blog will be consolidated and "put to rest" with the first wikified writing about the occupy dialectic two years ago.

Occupy Scott Olsen and Tim Pool--supposed "black bloc victims"

I originally started to understand Occupy when John Penley described his displeasure with Chris Hedges -- that Hedges (a self-described liberal economist) had organized a conspiracy to drive out demonstrators he (and his faction) associated with the name "black bloc." The image created by Hedges was that the Black Bloc is a terroristic mob that is identified by the masks it wears. I then "chatted" (on FaceBook) with an apparent Hedges supporter (who is in this group) to get a better view from the Hedges perspective. She described the "bean bag" shooting for former marine and present pacifist, Scott Olsen by an Oakland police officer (that resulted in brain damage for Olsen) as the result of cowardice by the "Black Bloc," which used him as a human shield as they threw locks and bottles at the police. She also described the "black bloc" assault of the "geek" journalist Tim Pool who fashioned his cell phone into an upstream to the big press (making him rich in the process). Pool's phone was knocked out of his hand by a masked individual and the Hedges faction screamed anti-press repression by the "Black Bloc" when it appears that the individual was actually infiltrating on behalf of the police.

There is no mention of the "black bloc" in relation to Scott Olsen's shooting by Olsen or any others in the press or blogosphere and appears to be a FaceBook fabrication. Pool confirms he is not an occupier but self-describes as some sort of super-geek. He has angered many by filming their faces at events (including acts of minor mischief) so that they can be identified by the police, but no one has taken direct action against him. In my day (Tomkins Square Everywhere!), he would have been beaten silly his first day out with his police-informing toys to go home and lick his wounds and whine about his rights! (As a film photographer, I always photo those who may be shy from behind.)

Ex-marine Olsen is a true hero (in my view) committed enough to serve his country for two tours, and brave enough to protest, nearly be killed, and protest again after partial recovery. Pool is standing proof of what I may have put on my headstone: "never trust a geek." A Wikileaks administrator turned-in whistle-blowing soldier Bradly Manning as soon as Manning gave his name saying Manning had "signed his own death warrant."

(The Internet-based "rebellion" seems to have surfaced as a fraud, or, perhaps, its self-documenting nature has revealed all rebellion as fraud, which is the theme of this group, that a "copy" of the problem is necessarily written in the solution.)

According to the anti-Hedges faction (consisting of old-school demonstrators), there is no Black Bloc, but b lack bloc is rather a process of hiding identity when the going gets tough to come back and protest another day rather than be sheep for the slaughter as the police are the only violent players in the occupy arena. Those identified as "Black Bloc" have shown remarkable restraint for what they represent in the face of oligarchic violence. Fully leveraging the violence of Plato's "guardians" (who, since 500 BC, have been elevated to executive level) are liberal Chris Hedges and geek Tim Pool who have both committed to informing on those who are not "strange" the ways they are and too normal to follow them. Hedges and Pool genuinely represent the 1% of alternate-type humans that threaten the human race and are said to be the foci of the occupy protests.

(Note: this writing appears to be the first critical view of Pool and streaming continues to be a popular activity.)

Link to conversation with Chris Hedges supporter that guided this inquiry.

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