By Eric W. Dolan
September 27, 2011
Public intellectual and Princeton professor Cornel West appeared at the “Occupy Wall Street” proteston Tuesday, the eleventh straight day of the demonstration.
He gave a speech during the General Assembly in Liberty Park applauding the “sweet spirit in this place” and denouncing “the greed of Wall Street oligarchs and corporate plutocrats who squeeze the democratic juices out of this country.”
“I am so blessed to be here,” West said. “You got me spiritually break-dancing on the way here. Because when you bring folk together, of all colors, of all cultures, of all genders, of all sexual orientations the elite will tremble in their boots. And we will send a message that this is the U.S. Autumn, responding to the Arab Spring.”
“Don’t be scared to say revolution,” he added.
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