Saturday, September 17, 2011

Hippies Invade Wall Street For "Day Of Rage"

A bunch of hippies, communists, anarchists and other assorted misfits are "occupying" Wall Street today for another 1960s rehash called "Days of Rage" (Nice Deb at Moonbattracker.com).


Look for the union label?
Watch the confusion livestream, at “Global Revolution” – (Language warning, these are leftists, after all.) I’ve been noticing that the screen goes black every time someone or some group gets too weird. That of course, could be a coincidence since the whole thing is pretty weird. One women stated, they are trying to “transform the culture” through the occupation…

Michelle Malkin notes, they’re not even sure what they’re there for.

What do they want? They’re not really sure.


When do they want it? For a couple of months, or until the weather gets too cold, anyway.


A bunch of adrift Alinskyites and disorganized organizers from a group called “Adbusters” are converging in New York City for some reason or other. They’re bringing tents, sleeping bags, yoga instructors, face paint — and at some point, they’ll get around to deciding what their “one demand” is:


On Saturday thousands of us will occupy Wall Street. We will wave our signs, unfurl our banners, beat our drums, chant our slogans … and then we’ll get down to business and hold several people’s assemblies to decide what our “one demand” will be.


Shall we demand that President Obama reinstate the Glass-Steagall Act; outlaw flash trading; impose a 1% tax on all financial transactions?


These are good ideas but not very energizing.


How about we demand the revocation of corporate personhood?


Feels a bit too abstract. Many Americans don’t fully grasp what’s at stake with this one. And besides, even if he wants to, President Obama cannot deliver this immediately. In the wake of the recent Supreme Court ruling, a reform project like this requires a constitutional amendment that would take a few years and a whole movement to achieve.

I noticed the video feed went out when this one confrontation got heated.



The video feed is here.

These's protests, like the supposed "anti-war" protests, are usually a bunch of children of upper-middle class families who convince those who've never made anything of themselves that capitalism is to blame for their sorry condition.

Yeah right! Just another excuse to find drugs and maybe a hook up for tonight.

Dumb hippies!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

yo obviously have no idea what you are talking about

Anonymous said...

These's protests, like the supposed "anti-war" protests, are usually a bunch of children of upper-middle class families who convince those who've never made anything of themselves that capitalism is to blame for their sorry condition.

Yeah right! Just another excuse to find drugs and maybe a hook up for tonight.

Dumb hippies!

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I love your post and comments such as these on your blog. They are totally spot on. I have been approached by these children of upper middle class families before. They are extremely delusional and out of touch with reality. I feel sorry for the poor suckers that get caught up with the self entitled children of the middle class. They do more damage than what it is worth.