It's Time: Occupy Building 7 - November 19 and 20, 2011 In front of the rebuilt WTC Building 7

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Occupy Building 7

November 19 and 20

  • March from Liberty Plaza to WTC 7 at noon each day.  
  • Occupy the park in front of WTC 7 until nightfall.  
  • General Assemblies will be held at 2pm each day to discuss the direction and continuation of the Occupy Building 7 occupation after 11/20.

To all those who continue to fight for the truth about 9/11 to be revealed:

It is time for us to occupy.  

The Occupy Wall Street movement is a much needed response to decades of growing inequality, financial deregulation, and zero accountability for the crimes that brought about our current economic crisis. Millions throughout the nation and across globe who feel they have no voice in our political system have come to embrace “Occupy” as an expression of their anger, frustration and hope.  

Ten years later, it is time for us to give voice to our own growing frustration by aligning firmly with the Occupy movement and making 9/11 one of the key issues the Occupy movement stands for.  

On Saturday November 19 and Sunday November 20, we will march from Liberty Plaza to Building 7 and occupy the park in front of Building 7 until nightfall. We hope this will mark the beginning of a sustained Occupy Building 7 movement that will grow and finally bring meaningful attention to the obvious demolition of World Trade Center Building 7 and the dire need for a new 9/11 investigation. At 2pm each day we will hold a General Assembly to discuss the direction and continuation of the Occupy Building 7 occupation after November 20.  

Go to to learn more and to start following #OccupyBuilding7 on Twitter. On the website you will find fliers that you can print and hand out at Liberty Plaza as well as web banners that you can post on your website to help spread the word.  

We are attempting to get Occupy Building 7 on the official Occupy Wall Street calendar, and we anticipate being joined by hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters. Most of the protesters at Liberty Plaza are keenly aware of 9/11. A lot of them already knew about it; others have been educated over the last several weeks thanks to the 9/11 activists who have given their time and energy to be there. Let us hope that by the time November 19 rolls around, there will be hundreds, if not thousands of Occupy activists eager to help us make Occupy Building 7 a part of the broader Occupy movement.

If you can make it to New York on November 19, please meet us at Liberty Plaza at noon, and let’s make history.


What a GREAT idea!

I'll be there in spirit.

That weekend I'll be giving away the best evidence DVDs to
the researchers attending the annual JFK Lancer Convention.
Something we've done for the past couple of years.

Why is Consensus911 off limits at 911blogger?

The value of OWS

About 'making 9/11 one of the key issues the Occupy movement stands for,' I hope this happens; but even if it doesn't, I think it's important that we still appreciate the opportunities that it has presented for 9/11 truth, even if this doesn't become one of its key issues.

I have come to regard the Occupy Wall Street movement as not so much a nascent coalition of groups working on various causes, but more like a kind of gale force wind sweeping over the political landscape, uplifting a variety of groups and movements that had gotten stuck in the doldrums, and simulatenously drawing them closer together, so that coalitions among some or many of them MAY take place. It is promoting a climate in which the expression of dissent on many issues, and undertaking different kinds of actions, are more and more acceptable.

So I think the groups and causes that have been in need of what OWS has provided should appreciate that its capacity to keep doing this might diminish the more they try to stamp OWS with their own imprint. I say the same where 9/11 truth is concerned: Let's take advantage of the opportunities presented by these changes in the political landscape, but in our efforts to build support for 9/11 truth among the various activists who are involved in OWS, let's be careful not to come across as interested solely in the success of our cause to the exclusion of those others are most concerned with. Though we believe with good reason that the success of 9/11 truth is key to success on other fronts, that often isn't understood by activists focused on other issues.

Something to bear in mind that may be good to bring up: Remember that from 1999 to 2001, the protests against the WTO and G8 were spreading and gaining momentum, within the US and around the world. For the first time since the end of the Cold War, it was becoming possible to name the enemy--the elites of the world economy--and to find an increasingly receptive audience. Well, then what came along to derail that movement, and prevent any similar recurrence for another decade? You know it and I know it. And we know that, as fear of Muslim terrorism has worked so well for these elites before in reasserting control over the political agenda, they are still resorting to it. Resource wars, falsely premised on a 'war on terror,' continue, as does the attack on civil liberties, unaccountable government, etc. And the more anxious they get that they are losing control over that agenda, we can expect that they will try to ramp up such fears again. To the detriment of OWS and all movements that have benefited from its emergence.

Here's an interesting open letter

to OWS from an inmate who has been incarcerated for the last 30 years. It's about wholeness ethics:


"CEO Peter Schiff recently brought a camera out to confront protestors and his question to one woman was: Wouldn’t you like to be one of the 1%? If I gave you the money to make you one of the rich you’re protesting, are you telling me you wouldn’t take it? I’m paraphrasing, but this was the spirit of what he said. What he was really asking was: Are you protesting the system or just the fact that you’re losing right now? This is the question at the center of all revolutions: Do you really want to change the system or do you just want to be on top?"


Everything we are is a reflection of our values. This is why I’ve spent my time here articulating new ones for myself and for anyone else who wants them. The result is wholeness ethics, a value system built around doing “only what increases wholeness in yourself and in the world,” and treating all reality with reverence, goodwill and justice.

Tremendously important this, I would say.

Revealing QUESTION

The question that was asked reveals just how unaware (I'm being kind) Mr. Schiff is.

Could you elaborate a bit?

Because I think it's a legit question that was asked.

It's important that all people who participate in OWS are on the same page. It's not enough to be against the system and showing that in public. Me myself is struggling somewhat also about what to do besides informing myself & others and showing up at certain demonstrations. How to prepare oneself for what might be ahead?

I think capitalism by itself is not really bad, it's the mentality of people and certain incorporated rules (especially the profitmaximizing rule) that are the problem, as is the fact that people tend to follow the majority and/or assume the majority will act in a certain way (inaction).

Without that mentality and those rules

...would it still be capitalism?

'I think capitalism by itself is not really bad, it's the mentality of people and certain incorporated rules (especially the profitmaximizing rule)'

Aren't rules such as profit maximization intrinsic to the nature of capitalism? Do you know of any time or place where capitalism did not operate according to the rule of profit maximization? Would it even be accurate to call it capitalism if that rule were not in effect? And as for 'the mentality of the people,' might not capitalism be more of a cause of this mentality rather than a victim of it? Isn't it a system that, by its very nature, rewards a mentality of ruthless disregard of everything but one's own bottom line, while punishing mentalities that give priority to, or merely even recognize, other values?


Peter Schiff asks a defferent and more important question:

"I'm already taxed 50% of my income, how much more do you think they should have."

And where are those taxes going, is my question. I find myself at odds with many @ OWS, frankly, in many ways.

Eliminating legitimate regulation

is what has caused the instability and created the economic problems we have today.

Legitimately regulated capitalism, to eliminate conflicts of interest and fraud, is probably the best and most productive financial system ever devised in this world. It is actually utilitarian in nature as it has the capacity to provide a reasonable means of existence for everybody while allowing rewards for merit and hard work.

We had a very robust system of regulations, checks, and balances in our capitalist system in the United States, which had evolved over a hundred and fifty year period. Unfortunately, the one area that was never properly regulated, campaign contributions, was its undoing, and it enabled those who would to eliminate legitimate regulations like the Glass-Steagall Banking laws from 1933 and create the Enron loophole in 2000 to water down the Futures Commodity Act from 1922 and allow non-value added speculation by insiders.

It is the unethical elimination of these legitimate regulations and unwarranted changes in the tax code that have caused the problems and give OWS moral legitimacy.

Peter Schiff should know that rules were changed that shouldn't have been and that there were repercussions which were mainly born by those in society least able to handle them, while on the whole those who caused the problems have been fabulously enriched and have not had to pay any price. We used to call these types of things cheating and heaped scorn on those willing to cheat.

NYC DA & NY AG Offices A 1/4 Mile From WTC

Hopefully, those attending the Occupy WTC 7 events will make some time to pay a visit to the authorities who have the power to investigate the evidence strongly suggesting 9/11 WTC foul play, that caused the deaths of thousands.

A decade later, 9/11 is not old news. There is no statute of limitations for mass murder. If jurisdictions nationwide can prosecute cold cases involving much smaller crimes, NY authorities can pursue evidence of 9/11 foul play. If not, they should be compelled to explain why and refute the evidence.

The following offices are a few minutes walk from Ground Zero and the WTC:

NYC District Attorney's Office
One Hogan Place
New York, NY 10013

NY State Attorney General's Office
120 Broadway
New York City, NY


This is the type of event (at least I hope) that I have been waiting for for what seems to be years. I cannot imagine a greater cause than to expose the crimes of 9/11 to the true light of justice.

I can't wait.


I pray it will not turn violent but my guts tell me it probably will. Agent provoctateurs, etc.. etc. . .

As far as

appealing the the OWS movement, I believe the possibility an element the 9/11 event was a financial
coup d' etat will open doors to further discussion.

9/11/01=shock and awe=disaster capitalism

The four most important OWS demands might be;

1. Every U.S. citizen 18 years of age or older who wishes to vote, gets to vote. Period. Those votes, on hand-marked paper ballots, will be counted publicly, by hand, on Election Night, at the precinct, in front of all observers and video cameras.

2.Publicly financed campaigns

3. An independent forensic investigation int 9/11/01.

4. End of corporate personhood.