Executive Club: Occupy Wall Street still alive in Oregon

welsh-jimKeynote :Councilor Jim Welsh on Occupy Wall Street
Oregon Executive Club
Wed. Aug. 6th, 7:00pm
Portland Airport Shilo Inn – 11707 Northeast Airport Way
Bring a friend! ~~ $20 buffet option ~~ no host bar

Jim is a grocery store owner, a Nehalem city councilman, retired military communications analyst assigned to the NSA, family man with his wife,8 children and 16 grandchildren.

It was as a councilman that he first learned of the quiet Occupy Wall Street immigration to Nehalem. So he studied them. Then he talked to them.

And now he’s raising the alarm on Occupy Wall Street. That’s why he’s our speaker this month.

The Occupy Wall Street anarchist planners (isn’t that an oxymoron?) are in Nehalem.

And the word is out: “Don’t give interviews!”

It’s time these Occupy Wall Street folks get some sunlight, isn’t it?
You really shouldn’t miss this Executive Club.

Join us Wednesday night.

  • Priscilla Grim

    That is some interesting fiction that you are spinning, Sir. I would very much like to be a part of this conversation, since I have not heard of you until now, much less spoken to you.

  • Bob Clark

    I hear the topic has changed to Climate Change and presenter is Gordon Folks (spelling off maybe on last name). A recent article in the Daily Caller reveals a secret memo among Senate Democrats which espouses Senators and staff to stress calamities, even if just that of conjecture. One of the calamities suggested is food shortages. Boy, there’s one that flies in the face of facts on the ground. Global food production is soaring, and even in the U.S the production of grains is hitting new high production marks.

    One new aspect of Climate Change is the acidification of the Ocean supposedly caused by the Carbon absorption in Oceans. This issue needs a lot more discussion and research. Because carbon releases only very slowly from the Oceans (supposedly), it could take generations to even make a dent in altering Ocean acidification. But here again, should we do anything but let advancing technology clean man’s impact. Probably not. Government is more a problem than a solution in this regard. Don’t feed the animals as they say, especially if its gotten to the size of a monster guerrilla (as in federal government).

    • Eric Blair

      Sadly, private industry’s record is even worse and the actions of too many companies pose a greater threat than government.

  • Priscilla Grim

    Instead of paying $20 to see this presentation based on lies and conjecture, I will hold a google hangout for free with anyone interested tonight at the same time this is happening. Reply to this post if you are interested and I will post details.

  • Dan Clore

    My Facebook group SMYGO has real info on anarchism, the occupy movement, etc.

  • lies and conjecture. get the facts at https://grist.org/politics/an-occupy-founder-says-the-next-revolution-will-be-rural/ and micahmwhite.com