Occupy Falmouth does Halloween

The "Occupy Falmouth" movement had a Halloween Party last night

The scene in front of the Bank of America last night on Main Street, Falmouth- All photos by Paul Rifkin.

Falmouth used to have the reputation as being one of the more conventional town on Cape Cod. After all, it was one of the earliest to be settled, and it's sort of at a cul de sac, and many Cape Codders never venture there except to hop on a ferry to Martha's Vineyard.

That all may be changing because of "Occupy Wall Street" and the growing disparity between the rich and the poor in America.

Falmouth is today the very epicenter of political unrest and protest after the criminal conduct of the Wall Street investments houses which caused the worse recession in U.S. history, and for which, no one has as yet been punished except America workers who have lost their jobs.

Among the merry protestors last night were Paul Rifkin, Greed Merchant of Falmouth and Prez Obomber impersonating Senate candidate Peter White of Mashpee. Peter Waasdorp of Falmouth who is seen this way by some---but for me is one together dude. photo by paul rifkin. Bruce Fryer of Falmouth with an arm and a leg. Joyce & Charles Johnson, the very foundation of Falmouth's Compassion and Decency. Bon Cox, Barnstable Village bringing the activist movement on Cape Cod into social networking and Tahrir Square.


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