smok'em ...if ya got'em............occupy philly

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UploadedOctober 28, 2011
TakenOctober 28, 2011
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D3100
Exposure1/400 sec at f/6.3
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length28 mm
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  • Donna Mullins

    Donna Mullins gave props (29 Oct 2011):

    awesome find and photo! Your work is something else K.R.!

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner gave props (5 Nov 2011):

    The ‘Rights Of Life’ Movement - is a massive grass roots movement of ordinary people that have joined in common voice across the United States...gathering together in friendship on the streets of their communities to demonstrate the rights of public dissent - determined in just cause to take back their country from the 1% minority of tyrants that have usurped the democratic institutions responsible for the welfare and pursuit of happiness of the 99% majority. The phenomenal rise of the ‘Rights Of Life’ Movement to restore jurisprudence and financial health to their democracy is focused by mutual dissent through a series of public demonstrations to re-Occupy the streets of American cities - Wall Street in New York City, City Hall in all the major cities and towns across the nation - small communities held hostage under the nepotism and corrupt grip of the local Chamber of Commerce - whose national loyalty is not to the people - but the hidden regime in control of the financial empire that controls the media and government deliberately destroying the economy of nations by conducting war with mercenary armies of conquest - reducing The American People to a mediaeval state of indentured servitude and servility in a conquered and occupied Police State. The ‘Rights Of Life’ Movement represents a kinship of humanity (The Family of Man) that believes in Peace and Freedom for all the people, based on the consent of rule in a Democracy of honest and free elections by the people as endowed in the United States Constitution - powerful articles that ensure freedom of speech and the pursuit of happiness... before the US Constitution was gutted by way of deceit and The ‘Rites Of Conquest’. The message on the placard in this documentary image of a woman demonstrator sitting on the sidewalk, says: 'There Is No Way To Peace - Peace Is The Way' and ‘You Shouldn’t Have Taken More Than You Gave’! So the right answer to those that have taken the future by that you have all the power...give it back peacefully - with great deeds and lead humanity to redeem rather than revenge.:

  • J.L. Sofka

    J.L. Sofka (Deleted) said (6 Nov 2011):

    Fine art photo!

  • Bailey Cooper

    Bailey Cooper   gave props (29 Nov 2011):

    Great statement. Amazing shot.

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner said (15 Jan 2012):


    Martin Luther King Monument - Monday, January 16, 2012

    RIGHTS OF LIFE - OCCUPY! Take Back America! CivilRightsCoalition in national support of CIVIL RIGHTS DAY being concurrent with Dr.King's Birthday - a Mass Rally for Peace, Justice, Freedom of Speech, the Right Of Privacy - and demonstrate opposition to the Denial Of Access (DOA) Conspiracy by the 1% minority to deny the Rights Of Life to the 99% Majority of The American People.

    (I was prevented from sending you this message at Jpgmag - evidently, the DOA censors do not want people to know about the event - especially documentary photographers.

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