Posted 1 year ago on Oct. 5, 2011, 3:11 p.m. EST by riethc
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When visiting my usual news blogging website, I came across an article about a bunch of hippies living in Zuccotti Park (which they had the audacity to rename!) who were demanding things that made my blood boil!
Now I like to think of myself as an independent and objective thinker, so, to verify the information, I clicked on the link to the demands, and there it was, officially on the Occupy Wall Street website, proposed demands that would make a Rothschild snicker. (I also concurred that these must be the real demands since they fit all my preconceived notions of the movement; that it is composed of dirty hippies, left-wing nutjobs, etc.)
I knew from there what had to be done. I posted comments and sent out e-mails all night about how these fools were playing right into the hands of global bankers and Obama. I must have gone on for hours, and late in the evening, my fingers exhausted I went to bed.
Unable to sleep, I rolled in bed, pondering how to save this movement of useful idiots from falling into the trap of Statism and I pulled out my notepad and wrote up a new list of views that I now, do not propose, but DEMAND you take up.
The RIGHT views for Occupy Wall Street:
- Gold is money
My friends and I have been hoarding this yellow stuff like crazy. I know what you are thinking. The IMF has a majority of the world’s gold reserves, but, what I have to say is that at least those of us with a few ounces will have something to trade when the fiat currencies collapses.
- Vote Ron Paul 2012
Ron Paul is the messiah, you know. He doesn’t get any mainstream attention in the media, except when he does. He’s the dark horse and we all know the dark horse, like the Dark Knight, is the good guy.
- Austrian economics is King
Since I only know about two forms of economics, Austrian and Keynesian, and since Keynesian is failing, Austrian must be the right one. I once heard rumors of an American economic system, but then I heard it had something to do with Alexander Hamilton and that he had something to do with central banking, which is, of course, always bad.