WTF? Â Working families? Where did I hear that before?
- Video Exposing How ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Was Organized From Day One by SEIU/ACORN Front â€“ The Working Family Party, and How They All Tie to the Obama Administration, DNC, Democratic Socialists of America, Tides and George Soros
Nice little frail grandma want violent revolution:
- Yes, she is a despicable, evil witch: Â Â Shocking Video: Frances Fox Piven & Fellow Professors Indoctrinating College Students at CUNY To Get Involved and Be Ready For Violent Street Battles & Breaking Down Capitalism
Stinking up Wall Street: Protesters accused of living in filth as shocking pictures show one demonstrator defecating on a POLICE CAR
This are the shocking scenes that have led some people to accuse the Occupy Wall Street protesters living rough in New York’s financial district of creating unsanitary and filthy conditions.
Exclusive pictures obtained by Mail Online show one demonstrator relieving himself on a police car.
Elsewhere we found piles of stinking refuse cloggingÂ Zucotti Park, despite the best efforts of many of the protestors to keep the area clean.
The shocking images demonstrate the extent to which conditions have deteriorated as demonstrations in downtown Manhattan enter their fourth week.
Have You Seen the Photo of the Wall Street Protester Defecating on a Cop Car?–-Â “sanitary conditions have reached unacceptable levels.” Â —ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»
Raw sewer: An unidentified man seen defecates on a NYPD patrol car in downtown Manhattan
The Jews, the Jews:
Louis Brandeis said that sunlight is the best disinfectant. Indeed. The occupation of Wall Street by moochers, looters and destroyers is a stunning indictment of the failure of public schools,Â universities and colleges. What a grotesque display of stupidity and indoctrination.Â New YorkÂ University aided and abetted the anarchy encouraging students to attend theÂ NYU Student Walk Out in Solidarity with Occupy Wall Street.
- Atlas Shrugs: Â Calling All the Dregs of the Earth #occupywallstreet
Smelly: Trash builds up at the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations
Pile: The rubbish has been building up in Zuccotti Park for days now
According to eye witnesses, when people ran to tell nearby police about the man defecating on the squad car they were ignored.
Standing downwind of the piles of rubbish, bankers walkign past the man did a double take before hurrying away.
Brookfield Office Properties, which owns Zuccotti Park, the site of the New York demonstration, have already railed against protesters, who they claim are creating sanitation problems.
‘Sanitation is a growing concern,’ Brookfield said in a statement.Â
INSIDE MAN: IS PRESIDENT OBAMA SUPPORTING THE PROTESTERS?
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Despite claiming to represent ‘the 99 per cent’, not all Americans are behind the Wall Street protests.
ButÂ according to the Financial Times, the President himself is unofficially backing their cause.
The paper wrote: ‘While not endorsing the protests, Barack Obama and Joe Biden have expressed understanding of the movement that has spread rapidly across the country.
‘Mr Obama said people were angry because Wall Street had not been ‘following the rules’.
‘His vice-president even compared the movement on Thursday to the Tea Party, the conservative movement which has upended national politics in the past two years.’
‘Normally the park is cleaned and inspected every week night. . . because the protesters refuse to cooperate. . .the park has not been cleaned since Friday, September 16th and as a result, sanitary conditions have reached unacceptable levels,’ CBS News reported.
Although many of the protesters are understood to be making strenuous efforts to clean up after themselves, after three weeks of occupation, the strain of hundreds of people living on the street has begun to take its toll.
The authorities today warned of a dramatic crackdown on Wall Street demonstrators, as the protests spread across America.
NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly has promised that if protesters targeted the police, authorities will respond with ‘force.’
KellyÂ blamed activists for starting the skirmishes with police that led to 28 arrests yesterday.
Most were arrested for disorderly behaviour, CBS News reported.
Crackdown: Police have promised to get tough on protesters. At least 10 were arrested Friday outside Bank of America in downtown Manhattan
Spreading fury: A protester takes part in an “Occupy Austin” protest in Texas
‘They’re going to be met with force when they do that â€” this is just common sense,’ Kelly said.
‘These people wanted to have confrontation with the police for whatever reason.Â Somehow, I guess it works to their purposes.’
Mayor Bloomberg added his voice to the furore, accusing the Wall Street demonstrators of putting the city’s economy at risk, the New York Post reported.
New York mayor Michael Bloomberg attacked protesters today, saying the demonstrations were harming the city.
He said: ‘What they’re trying to do is take the jobs away from people working in this city.
‘They’re trying to take away the tax base we have because none of this is good for tourism.’
Rubbish dump: Trash has built up in spite of best efforts by some demonstrators
Spreading disorder: Unrest is growing in a dozen US cities including Austin, Texas (pictured)
Harsh backlash: The authorities have promised a crackdown on Wall Street demonstrators such as this one in Broadway, New York
‘What they’re trying to do is take the jobs away from people working in this city,’ the mayor said.
‘They’re trying to take away the tax base we have because none of this is good for tourism.’
‘If the jobs they are trying to get rid of in this city — the people that work in finance, which is a big part of our economy– we’re not going to have any money to pay our municipal employees or clean the blocks or anything else.’
Supporter: American television personality and political commentator Keith Olbermann visits the protest
Growing discontent: Protesters gather in Minneapolis as authorities accuse demonstrators of putting the economy at risk
Wide ranging issues: The protests have covered a wide range of issues. Anti-Obama demonstrator in Jersey City
Union support: Protestor Julia Botello, 85, shouts as she leaves a Bank of America branch in downtown Los Angeles
Protests against corporate greed and economic inequality spread across America on Thursday.
The Occupy Wall Street movement, that began in New York last month with a few people, has now swelled to protests in more than a dozen cities.
They included Tampa, Florida; Trenton and Jersey City, New Jersey, Philadelphia, and Norfolk, Virginia in the East; to Chicago and St. Louis in the Midwest; Houston, San Antonio and Austin in Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; and Portland, Oregon, Seattle and Los Angeles in the West.
Spreading unrest: Protesters gather on the front steps of the Idaho Capitol in Boise, Idaho on Wednesday
Coming down hard: New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) and NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly have promised a crackdown
Widening demonstrations: Protests have now spread across many major cities in America such as Las Vegas, shown here
Protesters have raged against corporate greed and influence over American life, the gap between rich and poor, and hapless, corrupt politicians.
‘I’m fed up with the government, I’m fed up with the bailouts. If I fail at my job, I don’t get a bonus — I get fired,’ said Tim Lucas, 49, vice president of a software company, who was protesting in Austin.
Hundreds of people have been arrested in New York since the protests began last month. On Wednesday, the biggest crowd so far of about 5,000 people marched on New York’s financial district, and police used pepper spray on some protesters. But protests for the most part have been non-violent.
Organisers predict momentum will continue to build, as labour movements join the growing numbers.
‘This is the beginning,’ said John Preston in Philadelphia, business manager for Teamsters Local 929. ‘Teamsters will support the movement city to city.’
Hula girl: A female protester entertains the passing crowds at Wall Street
Solidarity: Protester affiliated with the Occupy Las Vegas movement, takes part in a march earlier this week
Moral outrage: The demonstrators are protesting what they believe is greed and corruption among banking and business leaders
In Philadelphia, up to 1,000 protesters chanted and waved placards reading: ‘I did not think ‘By the People, For the People’ meant 1 percent,’ a reference to their argument the country’s top few have too much wealth and political power.
In Los Angeles, more than 100 protesters crowded outside a Bank of America branch downtown, while a smaller group dressed in business attire slipped inside and pitched a tent. Eleven were arrested when they refused to remove the tent.
In Washington, protesters carried signs that read: ‘Human Needs, Not Corporate Greed’ and ‘Stop the War on Workers.’
‘I believe the American dream is truly in jeopardy,’ said protester Darrell Bouldin, 25, of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. ‘There are so many people like me in Tennessee who are fed up with the Wall Street gangsters.’
In San Antonio, protesters gathered at the city’s Confederate War Veterans Monument and chanted: ‘The banks got bailed out, we got sold out.’
This should be required reading for every man, woman and child in the UK , United States of America, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, etc.
“I’m 76 and I’m Tired” â€“ by Bill Cosby
I’m 76. Except for brief period in the 50’s when I was doing my National Service, I’ve worked hard since I was 17. Except for some some serious health challenges, I put in 50-hour weeks, and didn’t call in sick in nearly 40 years. I made a reasonable salary, but I didn’t inherit my job or my income, and I worked to get where I am. Given the economy, it looks as though retirement was a bad idea, and I’m tired. Very tired.
I’m tired of being told that I have to “spread the wealth” to people who don’t have my work ethic. I’m tired of being told the government will take the money I earned, by force if necessary, and give it to people too lazy to earn it.
I’m tired of being told that Islam is a “Religion of Peace,” when every day I can read dozens of stories of Muslim men killing their sisters, wives and daughters for their family “honour”; of Muslims rioting over some slight offense; of Muslims murdering Christian and Jews because they aren’t “believers”; of Muslims burning schools for girls; of Muslims stoning teenage rape victims to death for “adultery”; of Muslims mutilating the genitals of little girls; all in the name of Allah, because the Qur’an and Shari’a law tells them to.
I’m tired of being told that out of “tolerance for other cultures” we must let Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries use our oil money to fund mosques and mandrassa Islamic schools to preach hate in Australia, New Zealand, UK, America and Canada, while no one from these countries are allowed to fund a church, synagogue or religious school in Saudi Arabia or any other Arab country to teach love and tolerance..
I’m tired of being told I must lower my living standard to fight global warming, which no one is allowed to debate.
I’m tired of being told that drug addicts have a disease, and I must help support and treat them, and pay for the damage they do. Did a giant germ rush out of a dark alley, grab them, and stuff white powder up their noses or stick a needle in their arm while they tried to fight it off?
I’m tired of hearing wealthy athletes, entertainers and politicians of all parties talking about innocent mistakes, stupid mistakes or youthful mistakes, when we all know they think their only mistake was getting caught. I’m tired of people with a sense of entitlement, rich or poor.
I’m really tired of people who don’t take responsibility for their lives and actions I’m tired of hearing them blame the government, or discrimination or big-whatever for their problems.
I’m also tired and fed up with seeing young men and women in their teens and early 20’s bedeck them selves in tattoos and face studs, thereby making themselves un-employable and claiming money from the Government.
Yes, I’m damn tired. But I’m also glad to be 76.. Because, mostly, I’m not going to have to see the world these people are making. I’m just sorry for my granddaughter and her children. Thank God I’m on the way out and not on the way in.
There is no way this will be widely publicized, unless each of us sends it on!
This is your chance to make a difference.
” I’m 76 and I’m tired. If you don’t forward this you consider yourself as part of the problem”.
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If you want this foul mob controlling your future, sit back and watch as Obama et al. continue to fundamentally transform our country into theirs.