Monday, October 10, 2011

The Return of Van Jones and Marxist Street Protests


It was just a matter of  time before Al Sharpton found his way to the “Occupy Wall Street”.  Sharpton now joins “SEIU and the UAW workers union at the protest.  Which also stinks of Van Jones and his cronies like Code pink as being the guilty ones who have organized this protest. If this is not enough to make you think that this Jones the Marxist is not involved in the organization of this protest, read Jones quote, he is calling this his “American Dream Movement. I call it paying the unions to come in and cause disruptions and cause fights between the protestors and the Police. Nothing new. 
 
Guess who predicted civil unrest, yep, Van Jones.   If that is what has to happen to takes to regain our country from these communist bastards, bring it! I believe there will be more than one ready to defend this country from the likes of you, Van Jones.  You know they are all trying to make this into a second Vietnam style protest, the exception here they are being paid, well at least the Unions thugs are. The Union thugs are out trying to cause unrest by challenging the police, so that it appears the police are being heavy handed. I believe the police will be able to show enough restraint to hold back. 

Guess who predicted civil unrest, yep, Van Jones.   If that is what has to happen to takes to regain our country from these communist bastards, bring it! I believe there will be more than one ready to defend this country from the likes of you, Van Jones.  You know they are all trying to make this into a second Vietnam style protest, the exception here they are being paid, well at least the Unions thugs are. The Union thugs are out trying to cause unrest by challenging the police, so that it appears the police are being heavy handed. I believe the police will be able to show enough restraint to hold back.


However, if violence does break out, the police will defend themselves no doubt what i thought was entertaining, was  several protestors were interviewed and asked the following question, “Why are you here, and what is gained by your presence here?  One of the answers was, “Well, I don’t know why I am really here, it just seemed like a good thing to do and a place to hang out for a day.” The protestors words, not mine.    

October is going to be the turning point when it comes to the progressive fight back,” he went on. “We are a part of something called the American Dream Movement. We`re having a huge summit on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Come—you can go to rebuildthedream.com and find out more about it. We are going to build a progressive counterbalance to the Tea Party.” Van Jones     “I think everybody should hold onto your seats,” said Jones on Thursday’s MSNBC program “The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell.”  I do wonder what Jones means by hold on to your seats. I think I know.

Washington (CNN)The Rev. Al Sharpton will bring his nationally syndicated radio show to lower Manhattan Monday as the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations enter their 24th day. Sharpton, an outspoken civil rights activist and talk show host, will broadcast from Zuccotti Park, where the protests are based, according to his National Action Network. 
   
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Organizers of the “leaderless resistance movement” also have billed Monday as “Kids Speak Out” day, with school children off for Columbus Day. “Even as banks got bailed out, American children have witnessed their parents get tossed out of their homes and lose their jobs. Public school kids have lost arts, music and physical education,” the movement’s website said. “Now our kids can see activists take these issues to the streets in democratic forum at Occupy Wall Street.”

On Sunday, politicians fought to cast the ongoing protests in a very different light, with two GOP presidential hopefuls calling them “class warfare” and prominent Democrats expressing support for the protesters.  As lawmakers took to the political talk shows, a crowd of about 100 people protested outside the White House, part of a wave of protests spreading nationwide inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement.  The Secret Service said one person was arrested and will be charged with assault on a police officer after throwing a shoe at a uniformed officer.  Continue Reading:

During an interview with MRCTV, radical anti-war group Code Pink’s Medea Benjamin said that neither Van Jones, nor Service Employees International Union organizer Stephen Lerner are behind the “Occupy D.C.“ and ”Occupy Wall Street” movements. So who in the hell do you want to believe in this fiasco. I am laying money that they, Van Jones and all of his maxist buddies are behind it, and more than likely this whole mess is being funded by PAPA GEORGE SOROS, count on it.

Benjamin’s statement, however, contradicts The Blaze’s earlier report that revealed Lerner was behind the initial “Day of Rage” protests that served as the inspiration and launchpad for Occupy Wall Street:   Source
“Now, the US Day of Rage protests, staged by a collective of activist groups allegedly in conjunction with Lerner and Rathke, are planning the actual “occupation” of Wall Street September 17, complete with a tent city set smack-dab in the middle of Manhattan’s financial district.  Similar protests are purportedly set to take place across the nation — and even world — at the same time. Some Day of Rage organizers are even calling on activists to squat in Manhattan’s financial district for months at a time.”
As an American, I do not believe in the manner these protest are being held. They are nothing more than a Van Jones George Soros,  SEIU  and Code pink sponsored events. Most of the people at the event have no idea of why they are there. The unions are pushing these events as it is there way of saying, our way or the highway. If this were a true spontaneous event, it would be a horse of another color, however it is not. This event was planned for by the above mentioned sponsors.  Pink denies any involvement, then why are there people there. What is Al Sharpton there? if looks like a duck and quacks like a duck,  then it’s a duck. That is my take on the whole affair. It is what it is, and it is.

11 Reasons Why Occupy Wall Street Protesters Are Hypocrites If They Do Not Call For Barack Obama To Resign. 

If the Occupy Wall Street protesters truly believed in the things that they are proclaiming, then they would be calling for the immediate resignation of Barack Obama and his entire cabinet.  The truth is that the Obama administration is responsible for most of the things that Occupy Wall Street is supposedly complaining about.  If the Occupy Wall Street protesters were intellectually honest, we would see a flood of anti-Obama signs during these demonstrations. 
But instead we have barely heard a peep of criticism for Obama.

 In fact, the vast majority of the protesters seem very excited about sending Obama back to the White House in 2012.  As will be clearly demonstrated in the rest of this article, this makes the Occupy Wall Street protesters tremendous hypocrites.

If Occupy Wall Street wants to have any credibility whatsoever, it needs to call for Barack Obama to resign.  Either Occupy Wall Street protesters will call for Barack Obama to be held accountable for his actions, or they are just a bunch of sheep.  They cannot preach to us about how principled they are and yet turn a blind eye to everything that Barack Obama has been doing for the past 3 years.  Complete Story:
 
I thought that I would end my post with this  article It makes since, but then again, who in the hell in Washington has since anymore, it is certainly nor Barack Obama that is for sure.

Until next time my friends, Walk Slow And Drinks Lots of Water……Shady.





1 comment:

Dean_L said...

Honestly, I don't think the Occupy Wall Street movement has legs. It's going to peter out. It's without a unified goal, it doesn't have the volume of the Tea Party and it's now being directed from behind - it's Astroturf to borrow a phrase from Nancy Pelosi.

Van Jones or not, this thing goes away.