Occupy Wall Street Moves to Times Square

October 17, 2011 Revolution, The Organizers 1 Comment

The Occupy Wall Street protests with its incoherent students, union leaders, marxists, leftists, socialists,anarcists, and occasional gawkers, have pushed the protest to Times Square. There were around 70 arrests, but compared to some of the world wide protests, it was pretty tame(Do the police really feel tough on scooters? I understand the use of them, but its got to eat into their tough guy mentality somewhat).

There were no key note speakers, no Michael Moore, or Frances Fox Piven, no plans for the future, just the same loud anger towards the rich, the corporations, and America in general. In Italy, the support protest was much different. Violence, burning cars, and mob mentality littered the streets of Rome as they protest their support to bringing down the rich and capitalism.

The question is, when will it get to this point in America. Right now, its relatively calm, if not on the side of ridiculously trendy at times. But, it won’t take much to make the mobs of protesters to become as violent as what we saw in Italy.

Where is the media in their anger and horror at the demonstrations going on here. When the Tea Party started protesting, there were calls for the military to take them down. I am amazed at the pass the media gives the protesters in Occupy, but the media outcry with the Tea Party protests was deafening.

You do have to give the Wall Street employees credit, they didn’t seem to concerned watching the protests, drinking expensive wine, and chatting it up with beautiful women.

October 15th Occupy Wall Street Support is Going Global

October 15, 2011 Occupy Wallstreet No Comments

The Occupy Wall Street movement, which has been orchestrated and supported by people such as Stephen Lerner, Code Pink, Van Jones, Michael Moore to name a few, is now trying get global support. With names going around for the movement such as the American Spring, which one commentator pointed out it was actually the fall. The protest has been by definition a vast example of the term, “useful idiots”. The more people involved, the more dangerous for everyone it will be. The police, doing what they do against people rising against authority are pushing back, and in some cases, pushing hard.

This is an all out war against capitalism, and the rich. An all out war on what makes this country America. This is all out war on the Republic. This is all out war on the fabric of our society. It is class warfare, and the media in some cases are sanctioning it. Take what MSNBC commentator Al Sharpton has to say about redistribution of wealth.

Then there are the movie stars and pop stars showing up in their thousand dollar wardrobe, throwing in their support for those who are fighting against them…..the filthy rich! Even our government seems to be sanctioning it and even had some involvement and support to the protests. Redistribution of wealth is so anti-capitalist, so anti-american, it is mind boggling. The whole idea of America is to start a business, work hard, struggle, even fail, and if you are lucky, succeed. When has it become a country of hand-outs, people demanding money from those who have worked hard for theirs. It is despicable.

Oct 14th



This will only get worse…

Communists and Socialists Anti-Capitalist Agenda Occupy Wall Street

If you think this is just a peaceful protest, spur of the moment and not planned by the far left, then you are sorely mistaken. The movement has spread all over the U.S., Occupy L.A. has recently been supported by Danny Glover.

Protestors in Philadelphia, and Boston arrested. This will continue, and the end result will be chaos. They are in an all out war on Capitalism, and it is Class Warfare.This is orchestrated and organized by the people like Soros, Stephen Lerner, Van Jones, and SEIU among others. This is all out war on anyone who doesn’t agree with them. It is not a peaceful protest, it will be violent.

Occupy Wall Street Newspaper Funded By Soros, Code Pink, Michael Moore

October 11, 2011 Revolution, The Organizers 1 Comment

So adding fuel to the fire, there is now an official newspaper for those protesting Wall Street, its called the “Occupied Wall Street Journal” Quippy, if not unoriginal, its still funded by far left groups and indiviuals such as George Soros’ Tides Foundation, Code Pink(Bernadine Dorn Weather Underground), and my own personal favorite the always overweight, anti-capitalist hypocrite Michael Moore. The newspaper is basically supporting the movement, and spouting off anti-capitalist rhetoric.

I really am curious what their answer is to the protest? What will be the end result? Not only that, I also wonder how they can compare Egypt protests to Occupying Wall Street. Is the idea to overthrow wall street and all corporations? Whats the function of the government if that happens? Egypt was overthrowing a dictator, although I have my own issues with the current president, he is not a dictator that needs to be overthrown. He can still be voted out. The protesters are angry, understandably, but why blame the rich or successful? I lost my house, I lost my job, I am not blaming the rich, I am not blaming the corporations, and I am not blaming Wall Street, or the banks. I am taking responsibility for my own actions, and hopefully will be able to rebuild my life again. Personal Responsibility. Can we give me a Hey, HO, everybody now! Lets hear it!!! Personal Responsibility! What a concept.


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