Sunday, October 30, 2011

Anonymous Targets Fox News

Citizens of the world and the Internet :


We are Anonymous. Fox News is now the target of Anonymous because of their continued propaganda against the Occupations. Those such as Sean Hannity are attacking the credentials as well as the character of the Occupiers at Wall Street, and this can no longer be allowed. Anonymous introduces Operation Fox Hunt. Anonymous intends on destroying the Fox News website because their continued right-wing conservative propaganda can no longer be tolerated. They use words such as filthy, disgusting and dirty to describe the protesters. Since they will not stop belittling the Occupiers, we will shut them down. On November 5th, we ask those who are able to commence attacks on Fox News. Anonymous will not only shut down Fox News, we will also engage in a propaganda campaign of our own to show them how it feels to be chastized. Fox News, your time has come. Operation Fox Hunt: November 5th, may the hunt begin.
Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Updates Occupy Wall St. Staying...Read NY Pensions Bloomberg Murdoch Hatchet Job

http://suzannahbtroy.blogspot.com/2011/10/suzannah-b-troy-blizzard-update.html



Occupy Wall Streeters did not get evicted tonight despite having their generators removed to makes this blizzard even harder to endure but Rupert Murdoch not an official ruler oops NYC gov official along with recently deposed king of New York Mike Bloomberg did evict John Liu from any power and control....the death blows were prepared with attacks from The NY Times 1st on campaign laws allegedly broken by John Liu rumored to be done in Rudy style and than came the double hatchet Bloomberg Murdoch death blows payback for Liu exposing Mike Bloomberg as the most corrupt inept mayor shutting down The Tax Payer’s Titanic CityTime and ECTP aka CityTime 2 but Rupert Murdoch wanted to shut Liu out because of Liu controlled 95 million dollars in stock of the NY Pensions in News Corp and demanded Murdoch’s ouster because of the phone hacking scandals which I found in Gawker article. You do have to click on all my links like a cracker jack boxes until you get to the Gawker article and The NY Times article on Liu shutting Murdoch out of a 27 million dollar deal with NYC gov board of ed schools and Rupe’s Wireless Generation.....


so instead of pension reform in the 1st term we get it now to keep the 1 percenters in charge of pensions so they can exploit rob raid the NY Pensions worth mega billions -- oops I meant to say manage them.


Is Steve Rattner going to advise Mike on the pensions or is being banned by the SEC for pay to play NY Pensions enough of a message it is a conflict of interest? How about Goldman Sachs who did an awful job handling the FDNY and NYPD’s pensions. Mayor Mike Bloomberg more than bungled CityTime, pushed SAIC like cocaine at a Hollywood party and allowed ECTP to balloon over 2 Billion dollars and it is still a mess, he did a lousy job two terms with pensions but now cutting out John Liu the only comptroller to shut down massive white collar crime fraud and tax payer abuse out is going to some how help when they combine all the pensions or even a big revolving door for abuse?

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Occupy Wall Street March Join’s St. Vincent Protestors Photo by Suzannah Troy

Occupy Wall St. March to St. Vincent's Dr. Kaufman Rousing Speech!

Occupy Wall Street Marching On St Vincents

Occupy Wall Street Katie Robbins Speech St Vincent Health Care For All!

Occupy Wall Street Joins Protest Yetta Kurland St Vincents!

Occupy Wall Street joins St. Vincent's Protest! Hear that Rudin Family? We Need a Hospital

Occupy Wall Street waiting Nurse Dunn pre-OWS Arriving St. Vincent's

Occupy Wall Street Protesting WellCare


Health Care for All -- This wonderful group waiting for OWS to march from downtown to Empire Blue Cross to WellCare and than they joined us at St. Vincent’s!

Occupy Wall Street Health Insurance St Vincents Protest Press Release

New York, NY – Oct 26 – Activists from and allies of Occupy Wall Street will be marching to St. Vincent’s Hospital today to highlight the greed and corruption that lead to the hospital’s devastating closure in 2010. St. Vincent’s was a Catholic-run hospital, which had a charity mission to serve the under-insured and uninsured. St. Vincent’s lacked the corporate clout to negotiate fair reimbursement rates from profit-driven insurance companies, leading to financial instability. Moreover, the short-term focus of the highly-paid executives and consultants pushed St. Vincent’s into bankruptcy – leading to a public health emergency: there is now no hospital on the Westside below 57th Street. Two months ago, The New York Post reported that the Manhattan District Attorney was investigating whether hospital executives intentionally let St. Vincent’s fail, so that the Rudin Management Company could buy the hospital’s real estate as part of a controversial luxury condominium development project. (1) Rudin paid pennies on the dollar to buy the hospital’s real estate, and Rudin now stands to sell luxury condominiums and townhouses, once constructed, that are expected to have a combined fair-market value of over $1 billion.


“People can’t get the healthcare they need when they need it, precisely because of the corporate desire for making profits by denying healthcare coverage and access to sick patients,” states Dr. Elizabeth Rosenthal of Physicians for a National Health Program. “I have a health insurance plan with a $15,000 deductible. My family rations care all the time because we can’t afford the out-of-pockets costs,” explains Katie Robbins, supporter of Occupy Wall Street and member of Healthcare-NOW! NYC. “We have to get Wall Street out of our healthcare system.” Anger towards the Wall Street-controlled healthcare system inspired today’s march, which is set to also target Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield and WellCare. The march was initiated by a working group of Occupy Wall Street called Healthcare for the 99%, which is composed of healthcare workers and people who seek to end inequality in our healthcare system and our society. ### (1) http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/da_eyes_st_vinny_go_for_broke_plan_fvDtudcbAWyxqqiQnhbzaI WHEN: Wednesday, October 26, 3pm - 7pm WHERE: Starting at Liberty Square (Zuccotti Park), Broadway and Cedar MARCH DETAILS: http://owshealthcare.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/march-route-map.pdf Assemble 3pm at Liberty Square (corner of Bway and Cedar), Speak-out at 4pm 4:15pm – Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield / One Liberty Plaza ARRIVE 5:30pm - WellCare / 110 5th Ave 6pm – St Vincent’s Community Hospital / 12th St & 7th Ave

Saturday, October 22, 2011

OWS NYPD Police Brutality Protest at Union Square

YouTube video of #OWS protest against NYPD police brutality and use of excessive force, plus an invitation to the three-year anniversary of the term limits extension rammed through the City Council in 2008 by Speaker Christine Quinn.

Term Limits Extension Protest

Protest to mark the Third Anniversary of the Term Limits Extension

2011-10-23 Term Limits Protest - Third Anniversary

Bloomberg and Quinn sold the lie that they would save the economy. Have they helped you with the economy ?

Taxpayers and voters are gathering at City Hall Park on Sunday, Oct. 23, at 2 p.m., to commemorate the three-year anniversary of “The Day That Democracy Died” : when Speaker Christine Quinn strong-armed the City Council to extend term limits, allowing herself, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and others to run for a third term in office.

“Since they changed term limits, more people are living in poverty in New York City. Meanwhile, Mayor Bloomberg’s wealth has grown over three-fold while has been in office,” said Louis Flores. “With Christine Quinn’s help, Mayor Bloomberg has been laying off police, firefighters, and teachers ; closing senior citizen centers ; cutting childcare ; and closing hospitals – just basically shredding the social safety net. Also, how is Mayor Bloomberg allowed to make money from inside information through his new company called Bloomberg Government ?”

Protesters will hold a rally, make speeches, and distribute voter registration applications, so that Speaker Christine Quinn and other City Council Members, who passed the term limits extension, can be voted out of office in 2013.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Mayor Bloomberg Cover-Up E. Village Water Main Breaks Sewage Infrastruct...

St. Vincent's Trauma Exercise

A Mass Civilian Trauma Exercise was held outside St. Vincent’s Hospital.

One of the participants at last night's "mass civilian trauma exercise" at St. Vincent' Hospital asked, "Where is Christine Quinn ?"


As part of the "mass civilian trauma exercise," many participants wore surgical masks and paper signs around their neck. The signs indicated what accidents, diseases, or emergencies they "have." Then, the "sick" participants "waited" for emergency medical treatment on the sidewalks outside St. Vincent's. No emergency help ever came, precisely because there is no longer a hospital in the Lower West Side. Some participants did not "make it." After the "mass civilian trauma exercise" came to an end, team of "survivors" marched to Grace Church, 86 Fourth Avenue, Tuttle Hall, to ask for help from Jason Mansfield, the chair of CB2's Environmental, Public Safety & Public Health Committee.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Jason Mansfield #OccupyCB2

You are invited to participate in the enactment of a mass civilian trauma exercise on the sidewalk outside St. Vincent's Hospital.

Watch this YouTube documentary for background information about the controversial Rudin condo conversion plan for St. Vincent's Hospital :


Join community members as they plan to organise a field hospital on the sidewalks, form into make-shift blood donation lines, visualise what it would look like to set up alternative decontamination showers, help each other to tie on surgical masks to protect each other from air-bourne particles, and finally to think through what steps would need to be taken to request provisional mass casualty tents.

Some of the participants will ''not make it,'' because there is no Level 1 Trauma Center below 14th Street. And it probably takes ambulances over 30 minutes to respond to the Lower West Side of Manhattan, and then it would probably take another 30 minutes for ambulances to drive through busy cross-town traffic to any of the hospitals on the East Side. The ''survivors'' will have to figure out what to do with the “injured” participants.

Then, a team of survivors will walk over to Grace Church, 86 Fourth Ave., Tuttle Hall, to ask for help from Jason Mansfield, the chair of Manhattan Community Board 2's Environment, Public Safety & Public Health Committee. Community Board 2 is about to approve the rezoning of St. Vincent's to allow the billionaire Rudin Family to convert the hospital into luxury condos. Community residents hope that this civilian trauma exercise will educate and mobilise the public to stop CB2 from approving the dangerous Rudin condo conversion plan for St. Vincent's Hospital.

The community's goal is to keep the real estate zoning intact, to attract new hospital investors to restore a full-service hospital at the former site of St. Vincent's.

2011 10 17 RE ACT OccupyCB2 Flyer
2011-10-17 Stop the Rezoning of St. Vincent's Hospital Flyer #OccupyCB2

Monday, October 3, 2011

Bloomberg Tech Deal Waste Continues

The New York Times exposes another failed tech deal under the Bloomberg administration's mismanagement of large taxpayer-financed tech deals.

The New York Times reporter David Halbfinger spoke with Brian Lehrer from WNYC about Mr. Halbfinger's recent article about the New York City Automated Personnel System (NYCAPS) and the problems with the Bloomberg administration's wildly over-budget personnel tracking system. Nine years after work began, the Bloomberg administration has spent $363 million on the NYCAPS tech deal — and the work is far from done.