Saturday, October 15, 2011

Could Occupation Be Revolution? Occupy For Dummies.



#Occupy For DUMMIES!

The Revolution is upon is?
It will not be televised.
will be improvised.
It will be spread via social media...

You've been drawn into it. You see it on TV. You don't fully understand, because mainstream media is clueless. Even bloggers (who happen to be "people" too!) who don't normally write about politics have been drawn to publish #Occupy-related articles:

CONSERVATIVE P.O.V. comes via Michelle Malkin, whose syndicated column this week addresses the "Cost of the Occupiers"::: on the same post, Michelle explores the "Friday Showdown in NYC" as well as arrests and updates from other US Cities where #Occupy participants are being seen and heard.
Let's take a look at the REAL reasons behind #Occupy.

I delved into this briefly on Friday with a link to an excellent article appearing on The Simple Dollar.

BEFORE you go there, you really should read THIS: Dual Economy is a recent post that

‘Occupy Wall Street’ for Dummies

The victim of class warfare on the right can't remember where he left the sign that reads "Occupy the Large Vacant Space Between My Ears," although the snazzy hat conveys roughly the same idea.
For those of you wondering what this “Occupy Wall Street” thing is all about, look no further than the prolific Richard Salzman, who has stepped away from whatever criminal activities he’s on to now to enlighten us.

He explains in a letter to the North Coast Journal that protesters “are using their First Amendment Rights to fight back at the class war that’s been waged for two generations or more by Wall Street bankers and corporate America against working Americans.”

So yay protesters! Because if you can just get all those bad corporations shut down, there will be a lot fewer working Americans to defend.

What do you think?

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