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Program Information
 Thought Crimes 
 OWS Memos 11-11
 Noam Chomsky, Bill O’Reilly, Mark Fiore productions, MSNBC the Ed Show, Kristine Frazao, Josh Steams, Lyn Gerry
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 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
Some may consider looking at a non-MSM supported event a thought crime.
Being able to do so may soon become illegal if the new digital copyright bill is passed.
A look at the OWS movement in Nov.2011, watching the MSM spin while
alternative media struggles for access and some clarity as fresh musicians express their
views. Classic vr montage of social-economic events expressed via word and song with
a little satire too. Begins with a seemingly apropos quote from The Art of War
by Sun Tzu and then Chomsky warning that change will not happen over night
see program notes
One naughty word (shit) at 2:57 within the first song played (See you Running)

Most MSM comments and music were found on Utube.
Stop the bogus new digital copyright bill NOW!

Commentary by:
On knowing the enemy and yourself - the Art of War by Sun Tzu
Central Powers and Public Opinion - Noam Chomsky from the ST of Psywar
Harping on the OWS - Bill O’Reilly
Numbers & Stuff - Mark Fiore
Fox Bogus Comparison of OWS to Teaparty - The Ed Show (MSNBC)
No press freedom for OWS coverage - RT by Kristine Frazao & Josh Steams
Chomsky Comments on OWS - Noam Chomsky
Note of Appreciation From the Rich - unknown found within UG #25
Alternatives to Capitalism - Noam Chomsky
ContagionX - Mark Fiore
Slackards Coffee House Commercial – unknown borrowed from a Radiola program
Shopping & the Slave Society – Lyn Gerry of Unwelcome Guests – UG # 502-2

Music (complete or excerpts):
See you Running - Nate G
I Love My Country But Fear the Corporations - unknown borrowed from Radio Free Kansas
The Rich Man's Blues – mikeesage
Police State - By Nate G

FX or short supportive segments:
Thought Crime FX

URLs of note:
Psywar -
See you Running by Nate G -
Mark Fiore -
Radio Free Kansas -
RT - No press freedom for OWS coverage -
Chomsky on OWS -
Rich Mans Blues -
Alternatives to Capitalism -
Radiola -
UG #502 -
Police State -

Comments, questions or suggestions? Please include - OWS Memos 11-11- in the subject line.

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