Posted on December 13, 2011 by willyloman
by Scott Creighton
“If they are going to launch coordinated attacks against us, they we are going to launch coordinated attacks against the 1%” the real Occupy Movement
UPDATE: Go here to watch someone on the Rachel Maddow show (controlled opposition left) demonize the Occupy Movement’s recent efforts using Bloomberg report quotes and making the claim that the 1% might just be “surprisingly interesting too”. You think there isn’t a concerted effort coming from the controlled left to marginalize the movement? I guess once they failed at trying to hijack it for the sake of Obama’s reelection campaign, they figured they better demonize it instead. I’ve always thought Maddow was a sellout after signing her contract with MSNBC. This just proves it even more. The other day she did a show supporting Hillary Clinton’s interference with the Russian parliamentary elections. She couldn’t really deny what Clinton did, so instead she supported it by saying that since Clinton interfered with African politics on behalf of gay people, it must be ok for Hillary to stir up a potential war with Russia. Rachel is openly gay and obviously biased. Meddling in the politics of some piss-poor African nation is NOTHING like poking your finger into the eye of the nuclear armed Russian bear. You have to mighty stupid to even attempt to make that connection.
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Posted on December 11, 2011 by willyloman
by Scott Creighton
Kevin Zeese’s “Ode to Giving Up” is the blueprint for turning the Occupy Movement into a useless, spineless political mechanism like MoveOn dot org or the toothless and hijacked Tea Party. It is an effort by current self-proclaimed leaders of the movement to display their value to the elites by steering the angry and dispossessed back into the fold so to speak, back into the pen with the rest of the flock of sheep.
Occupy DC is dead. For all the boasting and promises by the gaggle of professional dissidents like Kevin Zeese and David “buy my books” Swanson, Occupy DC did not in fact remain in their little free speech zone until they forced “CHANGE” on the corrupt policy makers in Washington. But not too worry, in true spin doctor fashion, Zeese says that it’s still a major victory that they won but that after about two weeks the Occupy Movement (and thus the occupiers themselves) becomes a “diversion from the political objectives” that they sought in the first place. What is the nature of that diversion according to Zeese? “poverty, homelessness, inadequately treated mental illness and addiction”
Junkies, loonies, and those pesky poor people, that’s the “diversion” that got in our hero’s way.
Bill O’Reilly couldn’t have said it better himself.
Kevin went on to remind people that movements take years and even decades to affect change and he did suggest a new tactic though: lawn care.
Go talk to your neighbors and rake their yard for them or shovel their sidewalks. Whatever they need. According to Zeese, doing menial manual labor for free will show those fat cats in the dusty halls of the financial industry that “WE CAN” stick it to the man.
Here’s a hint for the Occupy Movement: yes you need come up with a Plan B now that the Department of Homeland Security got together with the mayors and police chiefs to coordinate your expedited removal from their fine cities but I would seriously think twice before letting Kevin come up with it.
Filed under: Neoliberalizing America, Occupy Wall street, October2011, Ralph Nader, revolution, Scott Creighton | 30 Comments »
Posted on July 25, 2011 by willyloman
by Scott Creighton
Ray McGovern, Chris Hedges, Glenn Ford of Black Agenda Report, Dr. Margret Flowers, Ann Wright, and many others… is this an organic uprising taking shape in October or is it something else? Their claim is that it will end “when they say it ends” and their objective is to directly attack corporatism in D.C. They talk about income inequality, ending wars for profit, changing our monetary policies, renewing regulations of the banking and financial industry, getting out of Afghanistan, and changing the health care system in America. They talk about the federal austerity measures set to begin in October of this year.
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