Wednesday, November 2, 2011

A City Occupied Is A City Under Siege

I am way past sick of the Occupy crowd, the violence, the rapes that they desperately try to cover up, their making life difficult for those who are trying to do business. Moreover, as one of the 53% who is fleeced by the government to float their lazy butts I am getting especially angry with the teachers and other public workers who dared to waste the tax payer’s money today shutting down Oakland California.

I have had enough. I am out of patience with this movement of the lazy filth which infests the lowest echelons of the non-working class and the parasitic class. Know-nothing college students who have been brainwashed by their filthy rich college professors who were the communists revolutionaries of the 1960s combining with people who are PUBLIC WORKERS, organizing against you and me. Let’s make this clear, this whole thing is an assault on the real working class, those of us who actually have to pay income taxes.

Oakland did the right thing several days ago trying to disburse these punks, but backed off. In backing off they have empowered the worst of the worst to rise up in an attempt to “fire a warning shot at the one percent.” Guess what Occupiers, YOU DO NOT REPRESENT ME! QUIT PRETENDING THAT YOU DO!

I have a series of solutions for dealing with these idiots. First and foremost any city under siege needs to take the necessary actions to disperse these mobs. Period. No Tea Party group would have had the laws bent for them to allow a never ending protest the way that rules are bent for these far left lunatics. As part of the effort to disperse these crowds a few steps can be taken:

1st: Legal requirements of a legal residency and ID for voting. If you do not have a legal residence for at least 3 months you shouldn’t be allowed to vote. Public or private parks and a tent do not count.

2nd: Slap the now trademarked Occupy Wall Street with the bill instead of sticking us with the bill.

3rd: Cut power to the parks at night.

4th: If you live in a city under siege for the love of God carry! Carry! Carry! These crowds are getting more and more violent and if the police won’t protect you, you may have no choice but to be prepared to protect yourself. Now don’t start anything, but no longer should we be afraid to defend ourselves if it’s necessary. I think the fact that everyone in Utah carries is the only reason Occupy Salt Lake is one of the less rowdy crowds.

5th: Write your leaders and demand action! Enough is enough.

6th: Demand that your leaders disband public unions. The behavior of the public unions organizing against the tax payer that pays them is appalling. Scott Walker was right to do what he did in Wisconsin, but didn’t go far enough. Public Unions shouldn’t exist, and even Progressive Icon FDR could see that.-1

7th: Business owners  who have been suffering financial damages and disruptions should file suite against those funding this act of war against ordinary hard working Americans, as well as the cities  and Unions who are allowing this aggression to occur. Chiefly among them the chief organizer, Canada’s Marxist publication Ad Busters should be sued, as well as the Tides Foundation and George Soros’ Open Society Institute, SEIU and Oakland City should all be liable for damages in a massive class action lawsuit. (This was my wife’s contribution to this article.) The entire list of liable parties can be found here:

 As far as Oakland goes, numerous business owners are now talking about closing shop due to the inability to conduct business. Do. If you are in a city under siege it’s time to turn this around on these pinheads. Leave. Move, get out of dodge and go someplace where your business and the jobs you create will be appreciated. If you live in a city under Siege YOU need to be John Galt. Come to Utah, Texas, or some other state where people carry which keeps the Flea Party (as Ann Coulter rightfully calls this army of parasites) in check. Come to some state where you will be met with gratitude rather than hostility.

I propose all of you re-locate to Utah. The Occupiers here are too busy battling the homeless to be a pest to you here. But seriously, enough is enough, and it’s time the 53% to demand our elected officials put an end to this now before cities end up on fire like they did in the 60s and the 90s. Enough is enough of this drama. If they want to protest Wall Street Wall Street should move some place  that understands the real blame for our current economic woes lies at the feet who used the force of Government and Acorn to bully banks into making loans to people who couldn’t afford them. Government made this bed, why should societies productive have to sleep in it? It’s time to turn this around on the real pigs, those who expect to have a life free of work and productivity and those who expect money for nothing. Somewhere out there is a John Galt. And Utah is one of the best places for that John Galt to lead his exodus of entrepreneurs leaving the parasites to starve in the mess of their own making or drown in their own public excrement… whichever happens first.  

Given that this movement is backed by Nazis, Communists and even the KKK we must recognize the danger that allowing this insanity to continue represents. Love the Tea Party or hate them they went home after a couple hours, returned to their jobs and families and even cleaned up after themselves. They didn’t disrupt business, they didn’t cost people revenue, they didn’t cost people jobs. What we are witnessing is a violent revolutionary movement funded and founded by the worst of the worst. When Nazis, Communists and the KKK unite there’s a very serious problem. Worse this isn’t about jobs, we now know because we have seen how they respond to those kind hearted enough to try and help them find work.-2 This is about violent revolution, and there is a mountain of evidence to support this and it’s growing. Our elected officials and our police have an obligation to protect the real 99%, those of us living pay check to paycheck, who pay taxes and are itching for quieter times, a return to sanity and a Return to Normalcy. It's time for a new movement whose demand is simply that, a Return to Normalcy. Join me, will you?

-1 Letter to Luther C. Steward President of the National Federation of Federal Employees, of August 16, 1937
Upon employees in the Federal service rests the obligation to serve the whole people, whose interests and welfare require orderliness and continuity in the conduct of Government activities. This obligation is paramount. Since their own services have to do with the functioning of the Government, a strike of public employees manifests nothing less than an intent on their part to prevent or obstruct the operations of Government until their demands are satisfied. Such action, looking toward the paralysis of Government by those who have sworn to support it, is unthinkable and intolerable. It is, therefore, with a feeling of gratification that I have noted in the constitution of the National Federation of Federal Employees the provision that "under no circumstances shall this Federation engage in or support strikes against the United States Government."


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