Posted 4 years ago on Jan. 30, 2012, 3:52 a.m. EST by Brandon37
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The media is still unwilling to admit, and many in the general public are completely unaware that Occupy is a designed attempt to start a violent revolution on the path to an anarchist society, And you are just flaunting it right in their faces. The LA Times ran a story today with a huge picture of a cement barrier with the word "revenge" spray painted across it. Right next to that was the anarchy symbol.
Yet the story talked about inequalities and people out of work. As if unemployed people instantly turn to rioting and spray painting anarchy symbols all over the place. My God, they showed videos of marches with people carrying shields decorated with more spray painted anarchy symbols. Not only did the story leave out any mention of actual anarchist organizations, the comment section was littered with more useful idiots talking about corporations and the 1 percent. Then you look at their location, they live in Indiana.
LOL right now Occupy, I will admit it's kind of amusing to watch you fool the gullible in our society.
Where do you go from here? Is the plan to take Oakland and make that your command center? Maybe attempt to manipulate the GOP primary or the election process as a whole? What's next?
Tomorrow should be a good media day for you as people in DC get arrested. Then you can get the idiots more mad at the police. Pretty clever plan. It's probably not going to work, but it's interesting to think about why anyone would think that way in the first place. I have a few theories to run by you. Is it being young and bored? Maybe jealousy of countries that have violent uprisings because they are actually being oppressed? Maybe you long to be a part of some kind of revolution. One that reminds you of that movie you saw stoned last Saturday. Nothing wrong with that. I think it is simply that you have idolized generations before you and now feel inadequate. Gen Xers before you re-revolutionized popular music and pop culture. Their parents were Woodstock anti war hippies who also revolutionized popular culture. Now here you are feeling like you must make your mark. Why not start a riot.