Marcellus Protest Endorses Occupy Pittsburgh

occupy pittsburgh imageMarcellus Protest joins with the thousands of people and groups that stand in solidarity with Occupy Pittsburgh and all "Occupy" actions in the US and the world. Marcellus Protest, a grassroots group working to stop fracking in SWPA, unites in the struggle against corporate greed and for economic justice for all people.

Occupy Pgh Plans to Protest Natural Gas Conference 11-15-11

Standing with Occupy

You do realize that your big money donations, come from people with money earned by corporations right? That your spokespersons dress in suits made by corporations, and worked for corporations as "pawns of the man"

You can be against a product, and choose to heat your homes by wood solar and wind, but be sure to give up your cars, and stop asking the government to help you when your bills get to expensive. I hope you would also realize that everything that the occupiers are asking for is made by corporations right?

HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES

Portable heaters such as Mr. Heater CORPORATE OWNED
Propane for heaters-NOT NATURAL GAS-YOURE PROTESTING NATURAL GAS
First aid kits/supplies-MADE BY CORPORATE GREED
Space saver bags (rolling)
Space blankets
Battery-operated lanterns MADE BY CORPORATIONS
Hipowered LED battery powered lights (for media)
Medical Supplies-MADE BY CORPORATIONS

reflective survival blankets
gloves, Gloves, GLOVES, ppe masks, sterile dressings, sunscreen, hand sanitizer
biohazard bags, regular trash cans

storage bin(s) to hold supplies
Cases of WATER!-SOLD BY CORPORATIONS

Peptobismal-BUT A CORPORATION MAKES THAT

sternos-OH NO CORPORATE GREED
Large Propane Tank (Blue Rhino suggested) OH NO NOT GAS
3 portable gas burners _BUT IT KILLS THE ENVIRONMENT

People camping should bring:

Cold weather camping clothing and gear:

Hand/feet warmers-TOXIC CHEMICALS
(*can make one from a trash bag)-WHICH USES OIL
Rain boots/snow boots-WHICH USE OIL
Portable heaters/heat lamps- OIL, BATTERIES, NATURAL GAS
Flashlight- MADE BY CORPORATE MONGERS

REMEMBER

Dress in layers
Loose clothing will keep you warmer
Cotton is not good for cold or wet weather camping
Keep hydrated
Please update medical prescriptions and make sure you have access to an adequate supply for the duration of your occupation
Paper is a good insulator underneath clothing – Recycling!

Thanks for your time,

Dan