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This paragraph suggests dwelling on what you not doing, while you doing something else. That not a very healthy way to go about life, IMO. You given a finite, unknown amount of time on this planet. In July 2011, the Adbusters Media Foundation blogged the famous line: “Are you ready for a Tahrir moment? On Sept 17, flood into lower Manhattan, set up tents, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street.” The protests following this call quickly became known as part of the Occupy movement. They generated world wide attention and initially enthusiastic reactions, even resulting in claimed parallels with the 1960s movements. In the course of the protests, however, Occupy was subjected to multitudes of analyses negotiating whether its actors were indeed following a coherent purpose and were having a chance to enforce their “one demand.”.
Today’s protest was the largest, with approximately 1,200 demonstrators, although Ukrainians in smaller numbers have been daily picketing the Embassy since Monday.With little sidewalk space available and only the tiny Francis Scott Key Park across from the Embassy building for crowd overflow, the police were finally forced to cordon off a side street next the Embassy, which the crowd quickly filled.Ukrainian Orthodox and Ukrainian Catholic clergy led the crowd in prayer and invoked the help of Archangel Michael, patron saint of Kyiv, among others.Although the demonstration was peaceful, it at times was heated and loud and drew dozens of police vehicles and patrolmen. The crowd especially roared when, emerging from the Embassy, several diplomatic staff emerged, several with orange apparel, to show the crowd their support for the Yushchenko campaign.The protesters continued their demonstration at the Russian embassy on Wisconsin Avenue. The majority of demonstrators marched the considerable distance on foot.This demonstration was a grassroots event the combined result of the work of several organizations and many individuals who donated time and resources..