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  • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 13, 2011 2:59 AM Flag

    VERY on topic - about Occupy Wall Street

    This is a long article by a MIT computer science grad, and a must-read if you want to be prepared for the predicted outcome of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

    A little further than halfway down the article is a section titled "Days of Rage / Kill the Rich" . . . and that section details the origin of the present 'Days of Rage'. The leading man of BOTH 'Days of Rage' movements is Bill Ayers, Obama's friend who, in the 1960s and 1970s, bombed the Pentagon and other public buildings. If you have never heard of Bill Ayers, you can read about him at Wikipedia.

    The author (writing under a pseudonym) has included several videos. If you don't read a word of this article, just watching its first video will provide sufficient warning.

    http://www.asianweek.com/2011/10/10/occupy-wall-street-fatwa-threatens-terror-against-ivy-league-tech-workers/

    http://www.
    asianweek.com/2011/10/10/
    occupy-wall-street-fatwa-threatens
    -terror-against-ivy-league-tech-workers/

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    • >>The author (writing under a pseudonym) has included several videos. If you don't read a word of this article, just watching its first video will provide sufficient warning [about Occupy Wall Street].<<

      Yes, I've been calling it Obamaturf from the beginning. You read their list of demands and it's pretty much Marxism with a trace of the revolution and of course Obama was a Marxist revolutionary and remains at least a Marxist.

      • 2 Replies to pecuniary_emulator
      • gclark121@pacbell.net gclark121 Oct 19, 2011 4:28 PM Flag

        Don't be ridiculous!

      • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 13, 2011 1:58 PM Flag

        >>Yes, I've been calling it Obamaturf from the beginning. You read their list of demands and it's pretty much Marxism with a trace of the revolution and of course Obama was a Marxist revolutionary and remains at least a Marxist.<<

        Does Marxism include this brutality (emphasis mine)?

        <. . . During an interview with Chicago Mag, Ayers, with no regrets, summed up his [1969 Chicago "Days of Rage"] riot’s intended purpose, stating, ”KILL ALL THE RICH PEOPLE. BREAK UP THEIR CARS AND APARTMENTS. BRING THE REVOLUTION HOME, KILL YOUR PARENTS—that‘s where it’s really at.”>

        Right after that, the author has a video of a segment of Dave Wooten's radio show, and then he quotes Wooten. Except where noted, the emphasis is mine:

        <Talk show host Dave Wooten Radio notes that the “Days of Rage” organizers met with President Obama FOUR [emphasis author's] times in White House, and linked Weathermen co -founder BILL AYERS and Steven Lerner of the SEIU International Leader and Acorn Founder Wade Rathke to this “leaderless” movement. He believes they want Obama to DECLARE MARSHALL LAW and onto “Fundamentally Transforming” America so that “Socialists, communists, Islamists, Unions and the Radical Left in America” can “Fundamentally Change” Western Culture to create “The One World Order” that Alynsky & Karl Marx would be proud of.>

        http://www.asianweek.com/2011/10/10/occupy-wall-street-fatwa-threatens-terror-against-ivy-league-tech-workers/

        http://www.
        asianweek.com/2011/10/10/
        occupy-wall-street-fatwa-threatens
        -terror-against-ivy-league-tech-workers/

        PE, I can't urge you strongly enough to watch/listen to that video. You cannot imagine what the Occupy Wall Street ORGANIZERS have in store — and it is spreading FAST — and if you aren't prepared, you will imperil yourself more than you already are.

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avcJq8jDSUY

        http://www.
        youtube.com/watch?v=avcJq8jDSUY

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 15, 2011 12:27 PM Flag

      >>He is probably right but those hardcore activists form a very tiny minority of the OWS people.They depend on the useful idiots to do their revolting for them but that only works until it stops being fun for the useful idiots. If the hardcore are really trying to push it look for some sort of bombing or sabotage that a few people can set up with the hope of getting a large reaction and then channeling it. My prediction is that the first winter storm will break this thing up. It's really probably only a dress rehearsal for next year.<<

      A winter storm would send you home and send me home, but do you know those OWS marchers said in a statement that Bloomberg "should support the installation of portopans and dumpsters"? What is a portopan? a mini portapotty? They will get bolder in their demands. And did you read this Big Government exposé?

      <The Email Archive of the #OccupyWallStreet Movement: Anarchists, Socialists, Unions, Democrats and Their Plans>

      http://biggovernment.com/thomasryan/2011/10/14/the-email-archive-of-the-occupywallstreet-movement-anarchists-socialists-jihadists-unions-democrats/

      http://
      biggovernment.com/thomasryan/
      2011/10/14/the-email-archive-of-the
      -occupywallstreet-movement-anarchists
      -socialists-jihadists-unions-democrats/

      >>And they [unions] were, getting the word out at the OWS protest.<<

      More evidence that WHI's forecasts should not be discounted.

    • >>A winter storm would send you home and send me home, but do you know those OWS marchers said in a statement that Bloomberg "should support the installation of portopans and dumpsters"? What is a portopan? a mini portapotty? . . .<<

      LOL, I have no idea but it sounds horrible . . . a cross between a bedpan and a portapotty?

      >><The Email Archive of the #OccupyWallStreet Movement: Anarchists, Socialists, Unions, Democrats and Their Plans><<

      Yes that sounds about right. They're the organizers and planners but I bet not one in five of the actual protestors are in one of those groups.

      >>More evidence that WHI's forecasts should not be discounted.<<

      The unions are desperate and so more willing to be violent.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 16, 2011 12:27 PM Flag

      >>LOL, I have no idea but it sounds horrible . . . a cross between a bedpan and a portapotty?<<

      :-D That's the picture that entered my mind. I can't think of anything else a portopan could be. Pots and pans are naturally portable, no such designation needed.

      >>Yes that sounds about right. They're the organizers and planners but I bet not one in five of the actual protestors are in one of those groups.<<

      Maybe because so far it's still a novelty with the masses? An article I read at a NY Times affiliate's news site said that some of the demonstrators in the SC city were from the local chapter of MoveOn.org. One demonstrator said she represented Code Pink, about which the MIT writer said:

      <Code Pink: “works with terr0rist groups and anti-American governments to undermine America, free Iraq, lsraeI, Egypt and other governments allied against Code Pink’s Marxist, jih__ist friends.”>

      Obviously a single rep from Code Pink does not the organization make. But check out this Gateway Pundit page. There's more there than the URL suggests.

      http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2011/10/figures-nazi-party-throws-support-behind-occupy-wall-street-movement/

      http://www.
      thegatewaypundit.com/2011/10/
      figures-nazi-party-throws-support
      -behind-occupy-wall-street-movement/

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 16, 2011 1:10 PM Flag

      >>Yes I certainly do remember that manifesto, but I reiterate that this could not happen to a people with moral character and pride of self-sufficiency.<<

      That's why I said that some lost their moral compass but some had it expropriated from them. Those Communist techniques were abrasive. They were implemented to the degree that they wore down many people's moral fiber. A person had to have very, very strong morals to withstand the lures that the Communists repeatedly pushed into people's faces. Surely you remember that high schoolers and college coeds were adjudged societal losers if they didn't sleep with someone(s), and marrieds were informed that infidelity was doing what comes naturally.

      >>Too many people in the nest with loud-mouths agape waiting for mama (the producers) to deliver the worms. They have no concept of maintaining a republic for our children......nor do they care.<<

      I agree. And the Gimee! Gimee! zombies seem to have been completely unaware that the bribes lured them into a trap, like the rude wood-and-screen kind you see in the woods that fall down over the animal after it sniffs its way to the food lure.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 16, 2011 1:23 PM Flag

      >>Off the top of my head, the Cuban Missle Crisis was not in 1963. I imagine there are other errors, which possibly cast doubt on this scenario. It is disconcerting when you find historical errors in someone's ideas.<<

      Fantastic memory! You're correct, the Cuban missile crisis occurred in late 1962, although the repercussions extended into 1963.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_missile_crisis

      http://
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_missile_crisis

      At any rate, the writer's commentary below the list was not part of the list of "Current Communist Goals" which was excerpted from Cleon Skousen's book _The Naked Communist_.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 17, 2011 11:31 AM Flag

      I'm unable to reply to your reply, because your reply went to Y's catacomb. Even when I wrote the post, I held my breath. Y's cens0r software could've thought you were an AQ 0perative talking to a comrad(e)ical.

      HOWEVER, the OWS and DoR have unquestionably reached a point where virtually everyone's investments are nearing high risk. This morning's Politico Must Read at the very top of L points in that direction.

      http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview?m=tm&bn=700&tid=241169&mid=241447

      http://
      messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_
      %28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_A/threadview?m=tm
      &bn=700&tid=241169&mid=241447

    • Wrong. Hawks stealing worms and nests from the baby sparrows.

      It's a Wall Street government....allowing the big banks to steal from clients, then raping the little people AGAIN with TARP to pay their bonuses.

      I've been to a couple rally's, and was there in Time Square this past Saturday. The government needs to serve the 99% interests...not the 1% that pay the politicians.

      A shift in values and priorities is a cause worthy of unification to direct GLOBAL policies.

      GREED IS BAD.

    • pantone101naturalblondie pantone101naturalblondie Oct 17, 2011 1:15 PM Flag

      This is the opinion of Joe Duarte, financial newsletter writer and known nationally in the stock/financial arena.

      Please read what he wrote in this morning's newsletter. (And be aware that it won't be available to read tomorrow, but his full version will be free to read in his archive in a few days.)

      <Europe, the Election, and the Economy, the three E's that are driving the markets are once again exerting their influence. . . . the interaction between the three are becoming increasingly entwined and increasingly important. The U.S. election in 2012 is also moving toward a new level. The anti Wall Street protests are becoming global. But there seems to be infiltration from anarchists, at least in Europe, and there are now some reports that suggest that some in the media may be trying to organize the protests.

      To be sure, president Obama has made it clear that he support the protestors . . . . We suspect that there will be violence at some point.>

      Read more:

      http://www.joe-duarte.com/free/market_summary_weekday.asp

      http://www.
      joe-duarte.com/free/market_summary_weekday.asp

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      • >> . . . The anti Wall Street protests are becoming global. But there seems to be infiltration from anarchists, at least in Europe, and there are now some reports that suggest that some in the media may be trying to organize the protests. . . .<<

        Duarte has it right. These shapeless blobs of protest are being molded into agitators for Obama's socialist policies: spend money, soak the rich, spread the wealth, punish the banks, kill the corporations and grow the government. It won't succeed because these protestors don't really give a damn . . . many of them are from the wealthiest elements of our society. They're just spouting words put into their mouths by the organizers. They're having a good time pretending to be 60s radicals on a tear. They'll quit when it gets cold or someone gets hurt (which is likely to happen because the organizers know they need a Kent State moment to go on).

    • >>Maybe [not one in five of the occupiers is in one of those groups] because so far it's still a novelty with the masses? . . .<<

      Because those groups the Cs, the Ss, the As, the Is, the BOs and the Ns alphabetized because some seem to trigger oohaY's ire (I'm guessing only one of those I mentioned, the one time German national socialists, the Ns got oohaY's goat) are small in number and absolutely rely on the dumb masses to do their bidding. However they are experts at stirring those masses and I think that's what we see. In 1968 it worked really well because there was a draft and young men feared being drafted and sent to Vietnam to be shot up. It's working now because it's fun. It won't be fun when winter starts or if any violence happens.

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