Skip to comments.Anonymous Threatens to Shut Down Wall Street (Leftists Gear up for October)
Posted on 10/04/2011 6:29:43 AM PDT by Beckett08
V for Vendetta...... However it does resemble Lenin.
til now they have been too much of a joke for this to be believable.
That is about to change. Union muscle is on the way.
I have to respect this group, they have so eloquently stated the #3 step as “spread the f**king word.”
Glenn Beck just said on his radio show that he has credible sources telling him there is going to be an “attack” on Wall Street next week.
He’s been right about all this stuff......this threat he just mentioned is scary.
Heard about one of this “group’s” organization meeting over in Billings last night.
Briefly considered dropping by, just to get an idea of the scope of the threat or if this was just another gathering (at the most expensive coffee joint in town, naturally) of noisy nutbags.
....yeah, I skipped it. Apparently along with everybody else in town. (Even Grandma’s embarrasing off-the-wall niece....)
Have yet to hear anything about that big deal meeting but crickets.
Revise my estimate to SMALL group of noisy nutbags.
It seems like things are gearing up, not down.
Small? The communists currently have the White House, about 30% of Congress, the DOJ, DHS, Dept of State, EPA, FDA, numerous CEOs of major corporations, nearly every University, Public Schools, every Union, and more.
Ignoring and pish-poshing them obviously isn’t working. That is what they want.
I think I’m going to buy some more ammo today. :(
I hope they enjoy their winter in the street and they better hope like hell that their global warming fantasies come true.
It’s the Guy Fawkes mask from the movie “V for Vendetta.” Anonymous uses that as something of a symbol.
I just ran across this link on another forum:
Anonymous Threatens to ‘Erase NYSE from the Internet’
So they're also challenging the Obama Administration... are they racists??
Wall Street: Which Side Are You On? [by revolutionary communist/Obama comrade, Van Jones]
"American Dream Movement"
Wall Street has long been the home of the biggest threat to American Democracy [from the viewpoint of communists of course -ETL]. Now it has become home to what may be our best hope for rescuing it.
We call ourselves the American Dream Movement [they should call themselves 'The American Nightmare Movement' -ETL]. We engaged 130,000 people to crowd-source our own jobs agenda the Contract for the American Dream. In August, tens of thousands demonstrated for jobs in rallies across the nation. Next week in DC, we host our first national gathering: the Take Back The American Dream conference.
The Occupation of Wall Street and the occupations throughout the country are expressions of the same spirit and dynamic. And these particular demonstrations, perhaps uniquely, contain the spark to grow into a movement that can be transformative ["transformative"?, sound familiar: "We are 5 days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America" --B.H.Obama, 2008 -ETL]. They are the first, small step in the creation of a movement that can restore American Democracy, and renew the American Dream [ie, communism here in America -ETL].
The hundreds of young [naive, gullible, stupid, uneducated, misguided -ETL] people from all five boroughs that camp out every night, in the heart of the financial district, in the rain and the cold, at risk of arrest, are providing the inspiration to draw more and more out of the shadows and into the bright light of the public square. The occupation grows larger and more diverse every day. Young people, the majority of whom are under 25 and have never before engaged in activism, are managing the arduous task of a consensus rules meeting with no sound system. The nightly general assemblies are attracting crowds in the thousands to stand amongst a group of their peers and debate our path forward as a people.
The occupation is a revival of a proud tradition of authentic, people-powered movements that have been dormant [ie, the 60s-era communist movement -ETL] and that we need now more than ever. It is building into the kind of massive public demonstrations like those in Egypt, Madison, and Santiago that can shake the foundation of a system of power that has lost sight of the public good [ie, Capitalism bad, Communism good -ETL].
Now is our time to choose. Will we keep rewarding those whose financial manipulations have brought us to ruin? Or will we stand with those whose democratic innovations are breathing life into our finest ideals? [ie, Capitalism or Communism -ETL] Both groups are within blocks of each other in downtown Manhattan.
For the past 30 years, the country has stood behind the titans on Wall Street and their values. We listened when they said that their banks were too big too fail. Today, there is only one thing thats too big to fail: the dreams of this new generation, finding its voice in Liberty Park. All of America should now stand with them [all of America should help bring down the Capitalist System???, the best, most prosperous economic system the world has ever known! -ETL].
Typical protester against Corporate greed:
1) Trust fund college kid who has never worked.
2) Has an APPLE I Pod listing to Rage against the Machine
3) Drinking a STARBUCKS latte
4) Wears Abrocombie and Fitch clothing
5) Blogs from a DELL laptop
6) Walks around in a pair of NIKE sneakers
7) If it’s a male, the ONLY living female he has seen naked is his when he peaked at his sister in the shower.
8) If it’s a female, she has pink hair,overweight and deep down, she is still bitter the pretty boys from high school ignored her.
9) Leftover 60’s drugged out radicals who still think they are protesting Tricky Dick
10) Angry blacks..