Support Tidal #3 / S17

by The North Star on August 14, 2012

Year two of Occupy Wall Street is quickly approaching.  And to coincide with this first anniversary, we are pleased to announce the imminent release of the third issue of the magazine Tidal: Occupy Theory, Occupy Strategy.

In both its intellectual rigor and its large-scale distribution, Tidal has been recognized as a force to be reckoned with not only by allies on the Left, but also by outlets of the powerful Right-Wing media establishment such as Andrew Breitbart’s talk show The Blaze (  In order to ensure that Tidal can play this role in pushing the movement forward, we would like to ask for your financial assistance for printing costs.  Printing will be done by Tristate, a unionized printer.  This link has a short letter detailing the state of the movement, its future direction, and a very easy way to make a monetary contribution.

We thank you in advance for your generosity, and hope you can join us for the Tidal 3 release party at 16 Beaver Space in Lower Manhattan, tentatively scheduled for the evening of Friday September 7. This will be a festive opportunity to meet with Tidal contributors, view OWS film projects, and generally to get acquainted with the movement as September 17 approaches.

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Really August 15, 2012 at 12:03 am

Occupy is dead. How can there be an occupy movement if nothing is being occupied? Most people have realized that it was a dead end and let it die. Simply put, it is dead. It is dead. It is dead. Let it rest, IT IS DEAD.

I love the pretentious label of “Class War Camp” (which is a mirage if I’ve ever seen one) from a certain user of this site which puts no priorities on writing about unions or the working class in the US. Instead, he and others would rather write about their allegiance with the Muslim Brotherhood, Israel, Uncle Sam, NATO, and the imaginary “revolutionary” force made up of the Syrian working class.

I guess Pham Binh is interested in Class War…. class war on the side of the ruling class.

What a miserable joke this all is.


Pham Binh of Occupy Wall Street, Class War Camp August 16, 2012 at 12:03 pm

Come down to occupied Trinity Church on Wall Street and Broadway. Let’s talk. :)


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