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MIC CHECK! -- MIC CHECK!

Click through to open the complete web-version of the report.: http://copswiki.org/Occupy/OccupySanDiegoEmailBlast2012Jun21

2012-06-22 -- HIGHLIGHTS:

22 Jun 2012 - Fri

2012-06-22

UPCOMING EVENTS

But mark your calendars now for these!

NEXT 16 DAYS - including scheduled TPP actions/events

  • (This list is automatically generated from the topic Occupy.Occupy San Diego Events). Look at the Calendar for more events, not within the next 16 days. It covers the TPP events/actions scheduled thus far. Check back at the Stop TPP website: http://stoptpp.org/ and the Calendar here for TPP, as some plans are still in flux.

22 Jun 2012 - Fri

23 Jun 2012 - Sat

  • (6p) Defend Cuba, with special guest: Andres Gomez at CanvassForACause. The Party for Socialism and Liberation is honored to host respected elder Andres Gomez, founder of the Antonio Maceo Brigade in defense of Cuba. - Details - FB Event
  • (7p-9:30p) Movie: Black Power Mixtape Location TBD in City Heights. The film examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in the black community and Diaspora from 1967 to 1975. The film combines music, startling 16mm footage and contemporary audio interviews from leading African-American artists, activists, musicians and scholars. Check FB Event page for location and updates.
  • (1p-4p) Occupy Encinitas - 1 PM rally at the corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Coast Highway 101 followed by general assembly at 2:30 PM at Cottonwood Creek Park, corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Vulcan Ave. (GA meets at Leucadia Pizzeria if raining) More info: Facebook or Website
  • (12:30p) Labor Solidarity Committee meets at FreedomPlaza
  • (2p) GA at FreedomPlaza

25 Jun 2012 - Mon

26 Jun 2012 - Tue

  • (10a) San Diego City Council Meeting (includes Public Comment) at 202 "C" St (12th floor), San Diego, CA 92101
  • (10a) San Diego City Council Meeting (includes Public Comment) at 202 "C" St (12th floor), San Diego, CA 92101
  • (9a-5p) UPDATED (New date) Jury trial of Benjamin Gasper, a legitimate medical marijuana patient who is unjustly being prosecuted by San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. Today jury selection should take all day; supporters should come tomorrow (June 27) to see the proceedings at Dept. 50 of the SanDiegoSuperiorCourt. FB Event
  • (7p-9p)

27 Jun 2012 - Wed

  • (9a-5p) Jury trial of Benjamin Gasper continues. Jury selection likely will have been finished by today; supporters should come today to see the proceedings at Dept. 50 of the SanDiegoSuperiorCourt. FB Event
  • (4p) Oceanside City Council Meeting RE: San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station - We are going to voice our dissent about San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Public comments, 3 minutes each. Please be there, you don't have to speak, your presence alone speaks volumes. (although if you want to then that's just awesome! We have a support system to help you if you need it) We are powerful because we are many, we will not let the nuclear industry risk everything we love for 12 % of our power supply. We don't need it, we have many other options available to us. Look at http://SanOnofreSafety.org for fact sheets. See you there.
  • (6:30p) TPP Planning Meeting at CanvassForACause. No GA tonight.
  • (4p) OB Farmers Market on Newport Avenue in Ocean Beach.

28 Jun 2012 - Thu

  • (9a) Attend the San Diego Planning Commission at SanDiegoCityHall, and Say No to re-zoning open space bordering Mission Trails Regional Park to industrial for a SDGE natural gas power plant siting. CPUC says So. Cal. has excess energy, even with SONGS permanent closure. Support local clean energy. Wear orange in solidarity with SaveMissionTrails.org. We're hoping for 100 people in orange! more details

30 Jun 2012 - Sat

  • (10a-2p) 10,000 March Against Wal-Mart in L.A. in what may well be the largest anti-Wal-Mart demonstration ever held in the U.S., to keep Wal-Mart out of L.A, and send the message that L.A. will not be bought off by Wal-Mart and the way it does business. Event Details - FB Event page.
  • (1p-4p) Occupy Encinitas - 1 PM rally at the corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Coast Highway 101 followed by general assembly at 2:30 PM at Cottonwood Creek Park, corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Vulcan Ave. (GA meets at Leucadia Pizzeria if raining) More info: Facebook or Website
  • (12:30p) Labor Solidarity Committee meets at FreedomPlaza
  • (2p) GA at FreedomPlaza

01 Jul 2012 - Sun

02 Jul 2012 - Mon

  • (11a-2p) (Registered stakeholders: arrive at 10 AM) at the park beside the Hilton) TPP Direct Stakeholder Engagement at the BayfrontHilton.
  • (11:30a) Resource Based Economy Journal Distribution at Stop TPP Protest. Meet at People 4 Social Sustainability (P.S.S.) table; we'll be setting about at about 11:30am and will be there till approx. 4pm. Let us know (619-500-4761, or at sdsustainable@facebook.com\) if you'd like to volunteer for a shift to help distribute the journal. At the Bayfront Hilton.
  • (12p) There will be a press conference, protest and rally by San Diego Labor Council and community groups to welcome the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) to the BayfrontHilton, in a park close by beyond the southwest end of the Convention Center. Details and map - FB Event page
  • (6:30-8:30p) People’s Conference: A Better World Is Possible! - Workers Rights/Outsourcing/WalMart & Gentrification at the Logan Heights Public Library
  • (6p-8p) Ocupemos el Barrio - Occupy the 'Hood meets Mondays at Sherman Heights Community Center

03 Jul 2012 - Tue

  • (6p-9p) People’s Conference: A Better World Is Possible! - Intellectual Property, GMOs, Healthcare, Women and the TPP - at CentroCulturalDeLaRaza.
  • (8p) San Diego Remembers Mollie Judith Olgin & Mary Christine Chapa, at the John Wear Hate Crimes Memorial Plaque near 10th and University Avenue in Hillcrest. Details

04 Jul 2012 - Wed

  • (4p) OB Farmers Market on Newport Avenue in Ocean Beach.

05 Jul 2012 - Thu

  • OYC flyering at lunch time at and near the Bayfront Hilton
  • (6p-9p) People’s Conference: A Better World Is Possible! - Geopolitics and Empire; Indigenous Rights: Decolonization or the TPP at CentroCulturalDeLaRaza UPDATED >>> Details
  • (6p-9p) People’s Conference: A Better World Is Possible! - Local Economies and Sustainability, Biodiversity & Global Climate Change at the WorldBeatCenter - Details

06 Jul 2012 - Fri

  • OYC flyering at lunch time at and near the Bayfront Hilton
  • (5p-7p) Growing Food, Healing Lives: Food Security and Survivors of Violence, a workshop highlighting the power of food justice and security when implemented in social service agencies, facilitated by Cathy Mendonca, Resident Specialist and DV Advocate of Becky's House of the YWCA of San Diego County. FB Event
  • (6:30-8:30p) People’s Conference: A Better World Is Possible! - Food Freedom or NAFTA on Steroids - at the PeaceResourceCenter - Come and Meet Ben Burkett, President of the National Family Farm Coalition discuss the Significance of Food Sovereignty - Video:Food Sovereignty

07 Jul 2012 - Sat

  • (10a) Resource Based Economy Journal Distribution before the Pots and Pans march.
  • (10:30a) A nine-month anniversary OSD "Pots and Pans" march from CivicCenterPlaza to the BayfrontHilton.
  • (time TBD) Golden Hill Park Really Really Free Market! Details are on the OSD Website
  • (3p-5p) Ms. Chieko Shiina, a tireless activist and organizer from the Kawamata village of Fukushima will speak at the PeaceResourceCenter. For more info see FB Event page, or email Carol Jahnkow at mailto:caroljahnkow@gmail.com.
  • (1p-4p) Occupy Encinitas - 1 PM rally at the corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Coast Highway 101 followed by general assembly at 2:30 PM at Cottonwood Creek Park, corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Vulcan Ave. (GA meets at Leucadia Pizzeria if raining) More info: Facebook or Website
  • (12:30p) Labor Solidarity Committee meets at FreedomPlaza
  • (2p) GA at FreedomPlaza

LOOKING AHEAD


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  • This includes a section on the upcoming TPP meeting in San Diego

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NEWS

10,000 March against WalMart in Los Angeles - June 30th - Bus trip and other details - SIGN UP FOR THE BUS BY JUNE 27th!

Side 1 of 2 - by Nicholas Paget-Clarke

Side 2 of 2 - by Nicholas Paget-Clarke

Download PDF

Preserve Balboa Park (SOHO page) and the World Beat Center! Occupy non-agenda items at City Council meetings Tuesdays at 10 AM to preserve Balboa Park! Vote on the Irwin Jacobs plan will be on either July 9th or 10th.

Occupy Walk
  • Adam and Mikey have had all charges dropped against them, and are in Chicago in support of the NATO protesters who still sit in jail. The other walkers have gone up to Philadelphia for the Occupy National Gathering which runs June 30 - July 4
Shut Down San Onofre
  • NEW Please vote in the L.A. Times opinion poll on shutting down the plant permantly. Unions have been encouraging votes to get it back on line; thus the votes for shutting SONGS down are under 40%.
  • Project landing web site: http://ShutDownSanOnofre.org
  • 30-sec TV Spot Catch it on MSNBC. Thank you Friends of the Earth!
  • On April 18th, Southern California Edison (SEC) admitted that Unit 2 had the same unusual wear as Unit 3 (the one the blew a tube) meaning it will be very difficult to turn on Unit 3 before understanding the problem, as had been suggested as one option by NRC Secretary Gregory Jaczko at the press conference.
  • Regarding the press conference -- 20/20 hindsight says our action would have been better not at the San Onofre plant, but in the street outside the Doubletree Hotel where Chairman Jaczko already had all the media, and people could easily see, park, etc.
  • NEW New Facebook page: http://www.Facebook.com/ShutSongs <-- Please like it!
  • Cities of Irvine and Solana Beach voted to shut down San Onofre. This needs to be on the agenda of all local cities.

Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Please note, several of the TPP-related events in the blast and calendar are still in the planning stages; some of the details may change over time.
  • TPP is a free trade agreement between Brunei, Chile, New Zealand, Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, Peru, United States, Vietnam, Mexico, and Canada. The next and possibly final meeting will be here in San Diego from July 2 - July 10.
  • Each organization below stands in solidarity with the disenfranchised both here and abroad in condemning these talks as destructive to the workers of the world, and have endorsed a Call to Action
    • Occupy San Diego - CP
    • Occupy City Heights
    • Occupy Your Corner
    • Women Occupy San Diego (WOSD)
    • The San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice (SDCPJ)
    • Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch
    • The International Socialist Organization (ISO) - San Diego
    • OSD Labor Solidarity Committee
    • Canvass for a Cause
    • In Motion Magazine
    • Occupy Santa Rosa
    • Bayan USA
    • International League of Peoples' Struggle
  • TPP Links:

  • From Noam Chomsky (Contribution to Occupy San Diego on Free Trade Agreements when approached to being part of OSD Free Education Collective Counter-TPP Conference):
The words “free trade agreement” should bring to mind the response attributed to Gandhi when he was asked what he thought about western civilization: “it might be a good idea.” Same with “free trade agreements.” Maybe they would be a good idea, maybe not, but the question scarcely arises in the real world. What are called “free trade agreements” have only a limited relation to free trade, or even trade at all, and are certainly not agreements, at least if the people of a country are regarded as its citizens.

The FTAs are investor rights agreements, negotiated mostly in secret by representatives of transnational corporations and the few powerful states that cater to their interests. The public is largely excluded, and often opposed. The agreements include highly protectionist elements, such as the monopoly pricing rights that impose enormous costs on consumers and have no legitimate justification. They interpret “trade” to include actions internal to command economies, as when a giant corporation produces parts in Indiana, ships them to a subsidiary in Mexico for assembly, then sells the product in California, with each border crossing called “trade” — a very large component of world “trade.”

We did not call it “trade” when parts were produced in Leningrad, assembled in Poland, and sold in Moscow, all within the Soviet command economy. The concept of “trade” is further illuminated by events taking place right now. The World Bank has just ruled that the Canadian mining corporation Pacific Rim can proceed with its case against El Salvador for trying to preserve lands and communities from highly destructive gold mining. Under the investor rights agreements, the crime of imposing environmental constraints can be punished on the grounds that it harms potential profits.

Predatory corporations must be guaranteed the right to destroy for profit, whatever the human cost. That is only a tiny sample of what is called “trade,” a category designed, not surprisingly, to enhance the power and privilege of the designers. The public should be concerned, informed, and engaged.”

  • Unfortunately for the over 7,000,000,000 "stakeholders" affected by TPP, the meat of the negotiations will occur behind closed doors, which mirrors the manner in which the corporations which aim to benefit the most from the negotiations do their business every day. It's what they know; it's what keeps them unaccountable to the rest of society. These 7,000,000,000 "stakeholders" world-wide will be affected by these negotiations, environmentally, economically, agriculturally, and politically. But negotiators will be beholden to the 1%; thus it will be to their benefit to make the most of this by rolling back workers rights, Internet freedom, environmental regulations, financial safeguards, limits to pharmaceutical patents, and the list goes on. Hundreds of corporate lobbyists will enjoy the advantage of having access to the negotiating documents that will simply not be available to the public. Recently a memorandum of understanding signed by parties which banned the release of the documents for four years after the agreement is reached was leaked.
  • A comprehensive web page covering the dangers of TPP: the TPP page of the Public Citizen web site. A good salon.com web page on TPP: http://www.salon.com/2012/06/14/trans_pacific_partnership_larger_than_nafta/
  • Please sign a petition demanding that US Trade Representative Ron Kirk release all Trans-Pacific Free Trade Agreement proposals now: http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/1034/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=9842

Media


Occupy Walk

Occupy Walk has adopted a more practical walking schedule based on walking an average of 15 miles per day, 5 days per week. The additional 2 days off dedicated to outreach activities. FROM: Needles, CA TO:

City Miles Est Time Est. Arrival Actual
San Diego, CA       18 Feb 2012
29 Palms       19 Mar 2012
Jason Brock at 29 Palms
Needles, CA       20 Mar 2012
Crossed into AZ       22 Mar 2012
Lake Havasu       25 Mar 2012
Lake Havasu
Oatman, AZ       27 Mar 2012
Oatman Video
        Oatman to Golden Valley
Kingman, AZ       30 Mar 2012 - 01 Apr 2012
Video: Occupy Walk in Kingman, AZ
Seligman, AZ       09 Apr 2012
Photos to the tune of Kid Rock "Born Free"
Flagstaff, AZ       12 Apr 2012 - 15 Apr 2012
DJ, who joined the walk in L.A., playing in the snow
Albuquerque, NM 331 mi 4.5 wks heading northeast to Santa Fe  
We will try to have an updated itinerary for the O-Walkers soon. They will be coming back to Santa Fe after the national Occupy gathering in Philadelphia concludes on July 4th.

TAKE ACTION

Things YOU can do right now to help.


From Barb Dunsmore:
I was working at RSF [Rancho Santa Fe] Farmer's Market today [Sunday, June 17th] and this band, The Yes Team, was playing. Really beautiful voices and nice music. I got the sense that they supported Occupy so I went up and talked to them. They played this Occupy song for me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swxTULI9-J8 Recorded on my phone so recording doesn't really do them justice, but they are really good. I asked them if they would ever be interested in playing for an Occupy fundraiser in the future and they all said an astounding YES! So please keep them in mind for any future events or fundraisers.

Here is their website: http://www.yesteamgo.com where you can see list of their scheduled events. They will be playing at The Wave House this Friday June 22nd and will be playing at Ocean Beach Street Fair next Saturday June 23rd so stop by and check them out if you have time.

RECENT GA MINUTES


ANNOUNCEMENTS

See All Occupy San Diego Announcements to read all previous announcements about
  • Where we meet, how to recover confiscated property from the San Diego Police Department, information for people were arrested, etc.
  • Social Network Moderator Guidelines - OSD guidelines for moderating social network discussions


POLICE COMPLAINTS

Have you been mistreated by the Police? Have your First Amendment rights been violated? Have you been arrested for nothing, only to have the charges "unfiled" but held over your head for up to a year?
  • First read this document: http://www.2momslaw.com/police_misconduct.pdf
  • Make a Complaint: How to Make a Police Complaint
    • Use this form: Complaint Form
    • Forms also available in the lobby of City Hall.
    • Citizen's Review Board member says we do NOT need names & badge numbers. File the complaint & it's up to SDPD to determine who the officer was (But it is better if we have them, of course).
  • ALSO: By telephone or in writing to
    • SDPD Internal Affairs Unit, 1401 Broadway, MS 709, San Diego CA 92101, (619) 531-2801
    • Complaints made to the Citizens Review Board do not necessarily make it into the officers' personnel files
    • Read this: Making Police Complaints That Stick
  • Also, consider making a CLAIM against the city for your BOND money if charges were never filed. They have 45 days to reject the claim, then you file a lawsuit. It costs $400 to file unless you can claim low income.

  • TELL POLICE HOW THEY ARE DOING: Police host monthly meetings in the community to get feedback from community members.

Lutz suing Civic Center Plaza building owners and operators Project Details
  • More on this project... Including collected media, documents, photos, videos, etc.
  • This is a VERY IMPORTANT project because we will directly engage wall street firms who own and operate the Civic Center Plaza office building.

Legal Resources
  • The National Lawyers Guild resources to protesters who have been arrested 619-500-4486 occupylegalsd@gmail.com
  • 1st Circuit Rules Public Has Right to Videotape Police
  • What to say to cops if you're busted. What you say and do can hurt you in court -- This is what I advise my clients to say when confronted by a law enforcement officer: "Officer, please understand I refuse to talk with you until I consult with my attorney. I also refuse to consent to any search of these premises or any other premises under my control, or in which I have a possessory, proprietary, or privacy interest, including my car, my body, or effects. I hereby demand to immediately be allowed the reasonable opportunity to obtain the advice of my attorney by telephone. from: http://layon.net/busted.php
  • To check if someone is in jail check this website: http://apps.sdsheriff.net/wij/wij.aspx
    • It usually takes about 6 hours for someone who has been arrested to pop up here. This site will tell you their charges, bail, etc. Jail's number is (619) 615-2700. The jail won't tell you much if anything that is not on the website. Please check this website before saying someone is in or out of jail to avoid confusion.
  • FYI -- Penal Code 849.5. In any case in which a person is arrested and released and no accusatory pleading is filed charging him with an offense, any record of arrest of the person shall include a record of release. Thereafter, the arrest shall not be deemed an arrest, but a detention only.
  • http://www.constitution.org/uslaw/defunlaw.htm -- Your rights when you are being arrested falsely.


Occupy San Diego Links

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NOTICE TO MEDIA / DISCLAIMER
Occupy San Diego is comprised of many people with diverse opinions. This email does not provide the official position of Occupy San Diego, but is compiled for the use of supporters and occupiers by a number of volunteers. News Media that may subscribe to this email blast should confirm all information from other sources.

THANK YOU FOR BEING INVOLVED.

Edited by Email Blast Team:
  • Chris West (Editor/Events)
  • Jason Packman (Education Events)
  • Ray Lutz (Mentor/Editor/Infrastructure)


  • Occupy San Diego project page in "Common" web: Occupy San Diego
  • New Occupy Project (new web): Occupy Web -- we will be migrating to this new web.

Topic revision: r18 - 2018-03-19, RaymondLutz
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