Movement encourages support, donations

Inspired by the genuine passion for change I extend an invitation to anyone who wants to be part of this largely positive movement.

To the editor:

Inspired by the genuine passion for change shown by those who have been lobbying in Kerry Park, I extend an invitation to anyone who wants to be part of this largely positive movement. (Occupy Movement Hits City Hall, Oct. 25 Capital News)

We all have energy to contribute and some of you may be staying away from Kerry Park because you don’t know what the fuss is about.

Briefly, most major cities all over the world have an Occupy Wall Street movement now, and this movement is asking for real change and for people to be entrusted with their rights to make decisions which benefit the whole of humanity.

We are for positive change and fairness and if you too are for this, then please come down to Kerry Park or contact me (only Fabling in the book) and I will take your donations or suggestions to the core group.

Donations and legal expertise are needed the most right now.

By logging into You Tube and then putting Occupy Wall Street you will be inspired, I’m sure, by this global call to action.

We would love to see you join us.





Victoria Fabling,





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