Vol: 121 Issue: 19 Wednesday, October 19, 2011
“The most important thing we can do right now is those of us in leadership letting people know that we understand their struggles and we are on their side, and that we want to set up a system in which hard work, responsibility, doing what you’re supposed to do, is rewarded.” – Barack Hussein Obama on “Occupy Wall Street”
One of those parental injunctions that seems to be absorbed by all parents through some mysterious process of osmosis is the adage, “Show me your friends and I will show you your future.”
Apparently, that saying isn’t as common in Indonesia or Stanley Ann Dunham might have shared it with young Barry.
President Obama openly mocked the Tea Party, which he regularly referred to by the disgusting double-entendre of “Tea Baggers,” but has decided to throw his support behind the “Occupy Wall Street” movement.
I’ve never actually defined ‘teabagging’ in this column because even the definition is disgusting. But here goes, so you may want to skip over this next paragraph. . .
About as close as I can get to defining it without defiling myself is to say that refers to a primarily-gay sexual act that involves part of the male genitalia and the mouth of another person.
THIS is the nickname President Obama uses to describe about a third of the American electorate and two thirds of the GOP. Could he be more disrespectful?
According to a CNN poll from earlier this month, thirty-three percent of all American voters identify with the Tea Party.
CNN’s intended focus was about how Tea Party support was “slipping” but the fact is that there are more Americans that see the Democrats in an unfavorable light (48%) than there are Americans who have a similar view of the Tea Party (47%).
Despite the fact that the Occupy Wall Street movement really is shot through with anti-Semitism, racism, and enjoys the support of the American Nazi Party, the American Communist Party, a growing number of international trade unions, socialist groups and far-left Marxist organizations, they are Obama’s people.
The Daily Caller did a little digging into the movement that President Obama has embraced as kindred spirits and discovered that the Occupy Wall Street Movement was actually planned by the White House:
The trend has some analysts very concerned — particularly after reports claimed union bosses tied to the Obama administration were plotting to bring about chaos. And while the protests which began on September 17 may be small now, supporters and critics alike say this may be only the beginning of something much bigger.
In just the last week several large labor groups have officially announced their support for the occupation. The NYC Transit Workers Union, with nearly 40,000 members, voted to back the protesters on September 28. And the SEIU’s massive 32BJ union, which claims to represent over 120,000 property service workers, recently decided to use an upcoming rally to show “solidarity” with the Wall Street occupiers.
“The call went out over a month ago, before actually the occupancy of Wall Street took place,” 32BJ spokesman Kwame Patterson told the Huffington Post. But now “we’re all coming under one cause, even though we have our different initiatives.”
The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) union, with over 10,000 members, also endorsed the demonstrations this week. “This occupation on Wall Street calls into question the very foundation in which the capitalist system is based,” it said in a statement, claiming the protests were aiming to hold accountable the “oppressors.”
The IWW (“Workers of the World” or, “Wobblies”) was founded in June 1905 by a collection of 200 socialists, archarchists and radical trade unionists.
It is a socialist movement with historical ties to the Communist Party, and is joined by the “Socialist Party USA” and by Professor Cornel West, honorary chairman of the “Democratic Socialists of America.”
The Occupy Wall Street movement enjoys the full and admiring support of the “People’s World” the online newspaper of the American Communist Party. The New American also noted the prominent role being played by ACORN and Wade Rathke:
Two of the most prominent individuals alleged to be pulling the strings behind the scenes are disgraced ACORN founder and union boss Wade Rathke, and regular White House visitor Stephen Lerner of the SEIU. Both were caught earlier this year calling for massive protests, with a video surfacing earlier this year of Lerner scheming to bring down the stock market and destabilize the nation. Numerous analysts called the plots “economic terrorism.”
Yesterday, a lady who identified herself Patricia McAllister, that claimed to work for the Los Angeles Unified School District told news reporters at the LA demonstration site that the;
“Zionist Jews who are running these big bans and our Federal Reserve, which is not run by the Federal government, they need to be run out of this country.”
Here is another video example of the mindset that President Obama and the Far Left claim as their kindred thinkers. . . .some moron holding up a sign protesting “Wall Street Jews” as “Hitler’s Bankers” shouting out to an elderly Jew, “Freedom of speech! This is not Israel”.
And President Obama is proud to proclaim on behalf of his administration that he “understands their struggles” and that “he is on their side.”
Democratic pollster Doug Schoene, who worked for the campaigns of such Democratic icons as NY Mayor Ed Koch, President Bill Clinton and Senator Hillary Clinton, conducted a poll of the Occupy Wall Streeters, publishing his findings in the Wall Street Journal. His findings were stunning:
Our research shows clearly that the movement doesn’t represent unemployed America and is not ideologically diverse. Rather, it comprises an unrepresentative segment of the electorate that believes in radical redistribution of wealth, civil disobedience and, in some instances, violence. Half (52%) have participated in a political movement before, virtually all (98%) say they would support civil disobedience to achieve their goals, and nearly one-third (31%) would support violence to advance their agenda.
The vast majority of demonstrators are actually employed, and the proportion of protesters unemployed (15%) is within single digits of the national unemployment rate (9.1%).
An overwhelming majority of demonstrators supported Barack Obama in 2008. Now 51% disapprove of the president while 44% approve, and only 48% say they will vote to re-elect him in 2012, while at least a quarter won’t vote.
Fewer than one in three (32%) call themselves Democrats, while roughly the same proportion (33%) say they aren’t represented by any political party.
In other words, the entire movement is a fraud aimed at creating enough division within the electorate to give the Obama campaign a “wedge issue” for next year’s presidential elections.
The entire PURPOSE is to create domestic upheaval by using the identical tactics deployed by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Party during Germany’s 1932 national elections.
Blame the rich bankers, and in particular, the Jews.
It is interesting to me that Obama chose to describe the Occupy Wall Street movement as their “struggle” and said he could identify with it. Hitler outlined his plan in his book, “Mein Kampf” meaning, “My Struggle”
In 1932, Germany was in the throes of the Great Depression, and Hitler was able to convince a significant portion of the electorate that the reason for their economic woes was that the rich Jewish bankers were raping the German treasury.
In 1930, Hitler’s National Socialist Party held only 18% of the seats in the Reichstag. By rousing the rabble and blaming the Jews and the bankers, by 1932 the Nazis were able to capture 37% of Parliament and ultimately, the Chancellorship for Adolph Hitler.
Not by representing the majority, but by mobilizing the lunatic fringe, which is what Shoene’s poll data seems to indicate makes up the bulk of the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement.
Sixty-five percent say that government has a moral responsibility to guarantee all citizens access to affordable health care, a college education, and a secure retirement—no matter the cost. By a large margin (77%-22%), they support raising taxes on the wealthiest Americans, but 58% oppose raising taxes for everybody, with only 36% in favor. And by a close margin, protesters are divided on whether the bank bailouts were necessary (49%) or unnecessary (51%).
Thus Occupy Wall Street is a group of engaged progressives who are disillusioned with the capitalist system and have a distinct activist orientation. Among the general public, by contrast, 41% of Americans self-identify as conservative, 36% as moderate, and only 21% as liberal.
So the Occupy Wall Streeters are one third Democrats, one third anarchists and the rest are just there because they don’t have anything more important to do. It is this group that the President of the United States is betting America’s economic future.
By any measurable standard, the United States of America is the world’s most Christian country in the same sense that Israel is the world’s most Jewish country.
One can debate the truth of that contention all day long, but in the end, if America is not regarded by the rest of the world as the world’s most Christian country, then what country would be? And in any case, while the movement began in the United States, it has captured the hearts of anarchists the world over.
The Apostle Paul, writing to his disciple, Timothy, gave the following description of the social conditions in which the Church would find itself during last days. He referred to it as ‘perilous times.’
“This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come.” (2 Timothy 3:1)
What follows sounds like an eyewitness account of the character, aims and attitude of the Occupy Wall Street movement as endorsed by the American commander in Chief, who is openly “on their side.”
“For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof . . .”
Obama “understands their struggles” and wants them to know that he “is on their side.”
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