What is the Cloward-Piven Strategy

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Frances Fox Piven Wants A Uprising From The Bottom

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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.

MSNBC Usual Bias Towards Occupy Wall Street and Glenn Beck

I mean really, is MSNBC really that desperate that they have to have the likes of Al Sharpton as a commentator? Not only does he have the religious pulpit, he has the biased and sometimes racially confused pulpit of MSNBC. I am wondering when people will be ripping on MSNBC for having one point of view, like Fox News does. Regardless of the ridiculousness of that News Organization, the commentary of Sharpton and Van Jones is disturbing. Their blatant support of this supposed “unplanned” protest. How do they want the banks, and wall street to pay? How is it that the people there who are mostly unemployed or just not working are complaining and whining that they got taken advantage of? How is the victim mentality so common? Give me yours, I don’t have mine. Who said life is fair?

There has always been rich and poor, and there always will be. There will never be a system where there is equality in everything, and there shouldn’t be. What will anyone have to look forward if there is nothing to strive for? What is success if it is given to you? Where is the work ethic if there is no drive to work hard and succeed? There are many people who have lost their job, lost their house, lost their families even. But, they don’t blame the banks, they don’t blame the corporations, they pick themselves up and start again. Its the American way.

How many of the rich failed before they became successful? To take a risk and run a business is how you make money in this world. Sometimes taking the risk hurts you. Real estate, owning a house, taking out a credit card, all are risks, and the responsibility is your own. If there are any protests needed its not on Wall Street, but should be on the nations capital regarding the massive spending and misappropriation of our tax money that we should be angry about. How easily led are these people, find the scapegoat, and point them to a more convenient target, banks, the rich, or wall street. Wake up America, you are protesting the wrong people. And why aren’t they protesting the government for giving them the bailout, sometimes by force? Don’t they realize that they forced some of these banks into compliance, even those who did not need it? Taking over a private company is not American nor has it been done in history as it has been done in this administration.

Occupy Wall Street Seattle Supporters Honking Horns Ticketed By Police

Recently Seattle police found a way to put pressure on the Occupy Wall Street movement in the Seattle area. They are ticketing the people….not the actual protesters, but people who are driving by and honking their horns in support. As much as I feel the Occupy Wall Street is a misguided farce inciting class warfare and potential violence, they do have the right to protest peacefully. This is from KOMO in Seattle:

“Starting at 11 p.m. Friday, police started pulling over and ticketing drivers who honked as they drove past protesters. When the first car – a taxicab – was pulled over, the protesters followed and shouted at police who then formed a blockade around the driver’s cab. The cab driver was then given a $144 ticket – and protesters ended up handing him money afterwards to help pay for his fine.”

The movement has been making themselves know by protesting their support in Westlake Park, which is in Emerald City. Its been going on for about a week now. The support for the redistribution of money and the take down of american corporate greed should be at least acknowledged for their commitment. But the fact is, they have the right to protest, no matter how misguided they may be. What the police are doing is harassment, and the people who are protesting have the right to be there as well.

The people who are honking their support have the right to do so too, and should not be issued tickets for doing so. Again, it will be the police that will put the protestors over the edge, in my opinion. They may be doing their jobs, and its a difficult one, but there will be those in authority that will go to far, and that will cause chaos. From some of the images out there already, it could happen at any time.

Lawrence O’Donnell and Herman Cain MSNBC Bias?

October 9, 2011 The Organizers No Comments

If there was a better example of bias by Mr O’Donnell, is by far one of the most openly hostile and biased commentators on MSNBC. The idea of class warfare, and brainwashing is so obvious, look at those who are blindly following the protesters in Occupying Wall Street and other protests. Taxing the rich more is not only ridiculous, is not the answer to the current economic problems. Tax cuts stimulate growth. But you will not see that on the Democrat side. The Tax the rich idea has been around for a long time, and will continue, but has now escalated to violence.


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