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Young Man Calls Out Occupiers for Democrats Co-Op of movement

Imagine what would happen if we all had the gull to do this?
Thanks Alex Jones for sharing.


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I think

it can only be used for good if no collective solution is demanded.

the best way to go about occupy, I feel, is to go there armed with

(1) facts about defining the problem (fractional reserve banking);and

(2) facts about individual solutions (permaculture, aquaponics, hugelcultures, mycological design, any other closed loop productive microsystem.)

A true flower can not blossom without sunlight and a true man can not live without love.

Hijacked by Democrats? Ha!

You mean orchestrated by the government.

A bunch of people take over city parks for weeks?

With little agenda?

The media just goes along with it?

The city officials do nothing?

What a load of crap.

What if the occupiers suddenly pulled out guns and took over the city? But the cops didn't act like this could happen...because the cops KNEW that the occupiers wouldn't do that because it was all planned.

More likely, this was a test to see how gullible we are. And boy did we fail. Now, they know that when a large group of people waltz in a city, no one will do anything to protect themselves.

So the next occupation or so could be by a government force (dressed as hippies) that suddenly pulls out weapons and whisks people away to death camps.

The occupiers have conditioned us to tolerate large groups of strangers taking up strategic parts of our cities.

Occupy gets hijacked when Ron Paul supporters

and other Americans that have similar grievances stop showing up. That simple. Occupy is an opportunity. This article proved what happens when an individual tries to "steer" Occupy. The kid was FIRED. This has happened at other Occupy events and the individuals were exposed by the group. Occupy is leaderless. Occupy is non-partisan ON PURPOSE. If morons believe the propaganda and refuse to join Occupy, it's true, their concerns may not be represented.

Ron Paul on Occupy Wall Street:
“But I think that the majority of them think government is the problem and taxes are too high and they know that the Federal Reserve plays a role in this, which, of course, is something I agree with.”