Tag: OWS

Pest Problem

Today I was reading about the rat infestation problem Portland is dealing with in two parks that were formally occupied by America’s great unwashed, those wacky recalcitrants allergic to soap and good manners, the OWS degenerates. Isn’t that usually the way it goes? Filth, feces and garbage left unattended too long invariably breeds disease, rats and OWS’ers, not sure which pest surfaced first but they all have a synergistic effect, fortifying each other.

But lest you think they lost their enthusiasm and all went home (wherever home is, jail, some homeless shelter, under a bridge somewhere) get ready for round two. With welfare checks cashed and EBT cards pooled, they are tanned, rested and ready to cause more trouble, break more windows, and trash neighborhoods again.

Well, at least they have removed the facade of civility, admitting that they are anarchists and targeting capitalism as the real enemy {yawn}.

How brave all these OWS pussies are, needing handkerchiefs and hats to hide their identity, you would think that if that thought what they were doing was at all noble and virtuous, they would want the world to know who they are. But breaking and stealing stuff is hardly noble, so they hide themselves, too ashamed to stand out.

Yes, violence is the answer, if you are a criminal. But as they said, peaceful protests is not working, sterner measures are needed. So if, God forbid, you own a business in one of those host cities, get out now because those champions of the common man and defenders of justice will trash your establishment quicker then you can say ,”public assistance”.

They say that actions speak louder then words, but louder still is a police baton upside your head. I know, we can’t brain all of them, how about just the ones breaking the law? Or how about this?

The beauty of micro waving them is that the beams will make all the males sterile so they can’t breed. I gotta admit, that looks like fun, turn that dial to extra crispy.

Why I am not a part of “popular movements” like OWS

Best explenation I have seen yet of why we should fear these popular movements like OWS ever:

History is replete with Peoples’ movements that, claiming weight of numbers and well-meaning intentions for others, have changed the course of society–but not necessarily for the better. In other words, pathologically altruistic movements.


The Occupy movement seeks to make things fair for everyone, not by allowing people to flourish with their natural talents, but rather by focusing on and tearing down anyone who has more—more talent, more industriousness, more intelligence and, often as a consequence of these natural qualities, more possessions.

As the author points out, the OWS movement shares the same genus with the French and the Communist Revolutions, both of which where tyrannical and bloody endeavors, the communists one killing some 100 million of their own people, and focuses not on actually any kind of real justice, but on tearing down anyone that has more than they do. That’s because “popular movements” like OWS and like the democrat’s class warfare bread & butter tactic, are predicated on the basest and vilest of emotions – jealousy and envy – despite the argument that what they really want is justice.

How does that old saying go again? With friends like these, who needs enemies? Envy and jealousy, even when hidden behind a mantle of seeking justice, means blood. It’s not a coincidence that we find OWSers resorting to violence and the movement excusing it. Their goal isn’t justice: its to tear down & punish those they are envious of, and they do a great job by blaming those everyone has an innate dislike of already, like bankers. Of course, the marxist politicians get a pass, because the OWS movement is controlled and run for the benefit of marxist playing at being otherwise. But hey, the reason that why the democrats empathize and support the OWS movement and despise the Tea Partiers is because want to be left alone to seek their own prosperity makes you the unjust and bad guys. After all, where is the erm, “justice!” (TM) in wanting to be left alone?

May is the month of the collectivists and their follies.

And that’s why I like to remind people that the Black Book of Communism estimates this evil ideology killed anywhere between 80 to 100 million people while imprisoning over 1 billion others lucky enough to survive in constant misery. That’s just what the communists did, and I bet those numbers are low balled. I am not even going to bother with the fascists, which despite the left’s orchestrated 5 decade long attempt at brainwashing people to believe is an evil ideology from the right, are nothing but another offshoot of the whole collectivism model where the state owns/controls everything and everyone. Keep the evils of collectivism inn mind when you watch the world wide OWS May protests, and have no doubt of the significance behind why the OWS crowd chose this month to do their thing. Also, be prepared for Team Obama’s roll out of their campaign slogan, and its historical significance.

Yeah, sure. It’s all a coincidence and I am a conspiracist nut job. How dare I point out that the left remains enamored of things that when put into practice murdered a hundred million plus people and consigned over a billion others to live hell on earth? How dare I point out that the OWS movement was nothing but another closet marxist movement and that the Community Organizer in Chief’s campaign, collectivist hard core that they are, picked a new rallying cry that conspicuously goes back to the early days of the marxist movement! Shame on me for daring to point this out. Don’t expect the media to bring up any of this BTW.

Park Renovations

The OWS crowd could be classified as one of those biblical plagues we read about, as efficient as those locusts and frogs wrt destroying large swaths of real estate, take a look at what they have wrought at McPherson Square Park in Washington, DC.

You can tell by the positioning of James B. McPherson statue that the angle is somewhat different, but the affect is unmistakable.

I won’t go in to all the OWS nonsense that has been going on in Oakland, you guys read the papers and are familiar with what happens when a clueless mayor allows anarchy in her streets, then gets a Come To Jesus moment and finds out that it is too late.

Silly me, I thought most of these pussies would pack up and go home once the weather turned inclement, but I guess they can make mischief even housed in doors:

The “Occupy DC” protest group is planning to disrupt the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference using a range of potentially illegal tactics that could even include violence against participants, Scribe has learned.
During a Thursday meeting at McPherson Square, until Saturday the epicenter of the protests, Occupiers brainstormed tactics for shutting down or disrupting the conference, according to a source who was present at the meeting.

Yep, those champions of free speech demand their right to defile a public park, shut down traffic/businesses, and bankrupt cities, but some diversity of opinion conducted in legal venues, can’t have any of that.

But keep it up, you brave patriots, it makes the WH support for you clowns even more polarizing.

I’d Rather Have A Nobel

Meet Time Magazine’s person of the year:

For you memorabilia hunters,that poop he deposited is now available on Ebay.

OK, it was a shared award, this guy is also being honored.

Time loves symbolism, and still thinks of itself as edgy, so anyone or anything that can be portrayed as “sticking it to the man”, gets special consideration:

“The Protester” has been named Time’s “Person of the Year” for 2011.

The news magazine cited dissent across the Middle East that has spread to Europe and the United States and said these protesters are reshaping global politics.

The selection was announced Wednesday on NBC’s “The Today Show.”

Time’s “Person of the Year” is the person or thing that the magazine feels has most influenced the culture and the news during the past year, for good or for ill.

Time said it is recognizing protesters because they are “redefining people power” around the world.

That’s quite a stretch, lumping those Egyptians and other ME protestors who were fighting despotism and embracing democracy with those disaffected spoiled and grumpy youth at Zuccotti Park, and Frank Ogawa Plaza who’s beef primarily is that they want more free shit from the government. I guess we could put those London rioters protestors in to the mix, their actions were in defiance of their government’s new austerity programs that were needed to stave of bankruptcy. Ditto with those people of the year folks in Greece, although for them it was too late.

It is difficult to calculate a monetary figure, to put a price tag on the damage caused by these celebrated protestors. The last word out of NY that I heard was that the current cost was $15 million, and rising. Times that by all the other cities that had to pony up extra funds to police their protestors. Factor in the commerce lost in those affected cities, the jobs lost by businesses closing their doors. Then move to all the dopey port closures yesterday, the goods that did not get unloaded, trucked, and moved to their proper destinations. I won’t even count all the property damage done and the costs to replace that.

Given Time’s biases in the past wrt their political endorsements, and being an unabashed and unrepentant Obama supporter, you would think that Time would be scolding these protestors for their part in retarding the economic recovery, which is still on this president’s watch.

Well, at least all the rape, assault, mugging, and VD spreading victims can get some solace, knowing that they were just a small part of history in the making.

Occupy: Animal Farm.

If you still think this movement isn’t run & kept alive by the most cynical of marxist, then you have not been paying attention. The LSM sure isn’t but some people are:

A key Occupy Wall Street leader and another protester who leads a double life as a businessman ditched fetid tents and church basements for rooms at a luxurious hotel that promises guests can “unleash [their] inner Gordon Gekko,” The Post has learned.

The $700-per-night W Hotel Downtown last week hosted both Peter Dutro, one of a select few OWS members on the powerful finance committee, and Brad Spitzer, a California-based analyst who not only secretly took part in protests during a week-long business trip but offered shelter to protesters in his swanky platinum-card room.

This is Animal Farm all over, man. Paraphrasing one of my favorite lines from that most illuminating tome of great wisdom, Mr. Orwell’s Animal Farm, I have to say that “All 99%ers are equal, but some of the 99%ers are more equal than others”. In fact, doesn’t look like there is much difference between those that are a lot more equal than the others and that 1% they are so angry at.

Don’t be fooled people. What we have here with this OWS movement isn’t anything new, noble, or good intended: it is the same kind of old time marxist and big nanny staters that brought us every one of the most miserable experiments of the last century. The plan, as usual, is for some of the most dishonest scumbags – following the footsteps of such greats as Lenin, Hitler, the Kims, Mao, Ho Chi Ming, and so on, if you allow me to make a comparison – to dislodge the current haves, using the masses as their blunt instrument, and then, when firmly ensconced at the top, they will resort to imprisoning, abusing, and killing anyone in the masses that wises up to what happened. Misery for all.

Lock And Load

If nothing else in the last few weeks, the Bay Area has been a study in contrasts. Although Oakland’s business communities suffered vandalism and a loss of revenue, the movement, facilitated by the mayor channeling her inner Neville Chamberlain, was largely a bust. Very few city workers heeded the call and remained at work, some dopey teachers joined in, but the percentages that sided with the unwashed was minimal.

Some business owners tried to placate the crowd, show sympathy and solidarity for the movement, and try to persuade them that they too were part of the 99%, how did that work out for them?

Mens Wearhouse had a choice to stand with the market that made them a success and with their fellow businessmen in the community. They chose to stand on the side of the mobs. I won’t stand in one of their stores again. I guarantee it.

The customer is always right, so not only will they have less customers (actions have consequences) but they have several windows to repair.

Other business owners sized up the crowd pretty well, and decided that ,“This Shall not Stand!!!”.

“We had people who were attempted to break into our building,” the landmark Rotunda Building on Frank Ogawa Plaza outside City Hall, Tagami said today. He grabbed a shotgun that he usually keeps at home, went down to the ground floor and “discouraged them,” he said.

No police were in sight, he said.

“Basically, people were pushing to get through the door,” he said. “I was standing there and they saw me there, and I lifted it – I didn’t point it – I just held it in my hands. And I just racked it, and they ran.”

Of course they ran, you don’t think bravery is a pre condition for wanting the rich to share their stuff, do you?

Although this story had a happy ending, lawlessness stared down at the end of a gun, fortunately, it ended there. Even if his life was in danger and he needed to protect himself, methinks that Mayor of theirs would try to make an example of him.

This morning in my local paper was an article describing the different approaches used by the 3 primary cities in the Bay Area, Oakland, San Francisco, and San Jose. Each had OWS groups to contend with and each used a different approach with completely different outcomes. Oakland’s approach was all over the map, with the local police not given any guidance, then given conflicting guidance, changing positions almost hourly. San Francisco was a bit more consistent, allowing the protestors a liberal interpretation of city ordinances, and not enforcing those ordinances until things got out of hand. Contrast these to San Jose, who from the very beginning adopted a zero tolerance approach to Unlawful protesting, e.g. no blocking the streets and no over night camping out on city property. I know what you are thinking, it could not be that easy or that predictable, yet the outcomes speak for itself.

We don’t have the extreme weather here like the East Coast, so those so inclined can drag this out as long as they want. I very rarely go in to Oakland, but now for sure will avoid it like the plague. For those disenfranchised with “the system”, they need to get a clue on where that system emanates.

Democrat Senate kills 2nd Obama jobs bill: rape and murder to follow according to Veep!

Yep, 2 democrats and Joe Lieberman from my state joined the republican minority in the democrat controlled Senate to kill another stinker of a bill, in a 50-50 vote that fell far short of the 10 votes needed to hit 60. It was too obvious that this stimulus–light bill, as written, amounted to nothing but funneling $35 billion to as Reid put it to shore up the bloated public sector that democrats buy votes from, under the guise of creating/saving jobs. It fooled nobody and it died because of that.

Frankly it is now obvious to me that Team Obama at no point had any interest in passing this bill, or the bigger ½ trillion stimulus part deux one that died a similar death earlier, either- Obama wouldn’t be out there, on a tax payer subsidized campaigning bus tour, but in DC trying to work out a compromise that would be both fiscally responsible and realistically targeted at job creation, if he really cared about this thing passing – but wanted it to go down in flames. That is likely so they can then demagogue and use it as a political cudgel to accuse republicans of not caring about fire fighters, cops, and teachers. Their strength isn’t governing but campaigning, with a healthy dose of LSM obfuscations of truth & facts, and that is what is going on. Don’t be fooled, and when you hear the demagogueing, don’t let it stand. In the mean time the people suffering from 3 botched years of Keynesian economics continue to languish and fall behind, while the connected rock the proveribial house. Crony capitlaism at it’s best, but the problem is Wall Street, not government and those that make a living lobbying it for things paid by others. I see why Biden told us to be ready for more rape and murder…

You Knew This Was Coming

Finally, a one stop site to get all OWS news (and videos), but the author must be this old grizzly curmudgeon baby boomer who can’t hang with the hipsters:

Get Off Wall Street and GET A JOB!

Yeah, that will work, those kids just need some direction, that’s all.

Knowing my audience , I figure it will take all of about 10 seconds for you guys to go to the “topless” links in the middle of the page (that one at the left top is interesting, figures, the only “doable” one can’t part with V.S. push up bra).

Me, I use a more scientific approach and perused the whole site, again, zeroing in on the one of the headers labelled “Topless protests”.

Another provided link revealed more demands, they really do want it all. My favorite is #11:

Demand eleven: Immediate across the board debt forgiveness for all. Debt forgiveness of sovereign debt, commercial loans, home mortgages, home equity loans, credit card debt, student loans and personal loans now! All debt must be stricken from the “Books.” World Bank Loans to all Nations, Bank to Bank Debt and all Bonds and Margin Call Debt in the stock market including all Derivatives or Credit Default Swaps, all 65 trillion dollars of them must also be stricken from the “Books.” And I don’t mean debt that is in default, I mean all debt on the entire planet period.

If the call is to eliminate capitalism, that would do it.

For entertainment value, they are the gift that keeps on giving, but one guy got confused and thought this was a “Occupy Your Vagina Against Your Consent” movement, “She gave me that ‘Death to all the rich banker pigs’ come hither look, I thought she wanted it”.

I think matching chest OWS tattoos for everyone would put emphasis on their movement, let’s see how committed they really are.