Thursday, November 17, 2011

Occupy Movement Starting to Overthrow Police Power

Is it possible for a judge to issue an order restraining the police from enforcing the law? Of course it isn't. But some crackpot judge in Boston has done exactly that.

The problem with Judge McIntyre's ruling is it sets a broad precedent for other, and perhaps less politically desirable, occupations of public space. What's to stop a commune of neo-Nazis from occupying the Boston Common? Or more blandly, a group of five campers in the Public Garden who argue that their encampment constitutes environmental art and should be considered protected speech?

The most bizarre part of the ruling was McIntyre's order to have Occupy Boston and the city enter "mediation.
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Boston is low-hanging fruit for the anarchists. They going to try LA next.

The "Day of Disruption" is heightening the emotions of the village idiots in the unions.

They are in hand-to-hand combat in NY.

This could get ugly.

If you following the history of what happened in El Savador, Nicaragua, Bolivia, etc., where the Chavez has meddled to overthrow the political structure, the anarchy of overthrowing police power indicates things may be accelerating at a much quicker pace. Of course, American police are too savvy to bait with the same kind of tactics they use in Latin America. Offering them overtime is enough to get them to ride the train to anarchy.

What the Democrats are doing to our country makes me sick.

If the GOP was smart, they could hijack the thing. Scrounge up several thousand young unemployed republicans to stop shaving and bathing and bus them down to the white house.
Come up with a couple of chants...

"Fee Fie Fo Fum, Barack Obama is a bum","One, two, three four, Barack isn't spending anymore".

What a mess.



10 comments:

Anonymous said...

All you have to do is to read a history of the Soviet Union to see history repeating itself in our once free country. It is no longer free, and we have been steadily losing our freedoms, little by little, for at least the past forty years or so.

That no one is fighting back and standing up to these thugs and bullies is amazing. I think that the reasons for that are a few: (1) many don't take them seriously, (2) many are apathetic, (3) many are too busy to even notice, and (4) it hasn't affected them yet. When if does, it will be a different story.

This is total and complete anarchy with the support of not only the president but of, obviously, the judicial system as well as the police force.

We have no one to defend us, so we will have to defend ourselves.

There is no more justice in this country. The criminal is protected, and the rest of us can go to blazes.

kd said...

The devil is all over it, if you or I want to have a Protest in Boston you need a permit and then they will tell you, you HAVE to keep moving! Shamefully my nephew is one of the "organizers" in NY - yesterday I asked him on his Facebook page, that he's been using as a Bulletin Board for Protesters what was it they hoped to accomplish other than make people's lives miserable & put a lot out of work & did he really think their demands were realistic? I them posted the demands I found on several of their sites - woe is me, today I logged onto FB and found he unfriended me...woe is me.
Here are their demands to come to light soon: This list of requests was found one of the many websites run by the (Communist) Occupy Wall Street organization.
Repeal the Taft-Hartley Act. Unionize ALL workers immediately.
Raise the minimum wage immediately to $18/hr. Create a maximum wage of $90/hr to eliminate inequality.
Institute a 6 hour workday, and 6 weeks of paid vacation.
Institute a moratorium on all foreclosures and layoffs immediately.
Repeal racist and xenophobic English-only laws.
Open the borders to all immigrants, legal or illegal. Offer immediate, unconditional amnesty, to all undocumented residents of the US.
Create a single-payer, universal health care system.
Pass stricter campaign finance reform laws. Ban all private donations. All campaigns will receive equal funding, provided by the taxpayers.
Institute a negative income tax, and tax the very rich at rates up to 90%.
Pass far stricter environmental protection and animal rights laws.
Allow workers to elect their supervisors.
Lower the retirement age to 55. Increase Social Security benefits.
Create a 5% annual wealth tax for the very rich.
Ban the private ownership of land.
Make homeschooling illegal. Religious fanatics use it to feed their children propaganda.
Reduce the age of majority to 16.
Abolish the death penalty and life in prison. We call for the immediate release of all death row inmates from death row and transferred to regular prisons.
Release all political prisoners immediately.
Immediate withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Abolish the debt limit.
Ban private gun ownership.
Strengthen the separation of church and state.
Immediate debt forgiveness for all.
End the 'War on Drugs'.

susan said...

Ammo on sale at Wal-Mart now.

Liam said...

I think the problem is not so much with the protesters. I mean, here are non-violent protesters being pepper-sprayed at will at UC Davis.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WmJmmnMkuEM#!

Who's the real threat?

Anonymous said...

Sorry, Carol, but I am with Liam here. After seeing the fat oinker cop using pepper spray on peaceful demonstrators, that was the tipping point for me. I am beginning to sympathize with the OWS people.

The shrinkage of the middle class, the sharp increase in the number of people living below the poverty line, the persistent high level of unemployment, outsourcing of jobs to third world hellholes, all of this does not bode well for the future of this great country of ours. Would you disagree? And just what is the Mittster or Newtie going to do about any of these problems? (The answer is (e) none of the above.

My political/social/religious views have for many years been fairly conservative. But then I read about Newtie rakin' in $37mil in lobbying fees (in addition to the $1.8mil as, um, "historian" for Freddie Mac, then I have to ask myself, "What is the worth of my vote?" Of course, my vote is worth nothing!

All of which is to say that I won't be voting GOP in 2012!

I wonder, Carol, how you can support Newtie.

kd said...

Liam & Sympathizers, what you say would be true yet it is not the intent of the protesters, one only has to look to the organizations paying them! YES, most all are being paid. "Most".

susan said...

are you kidding me? Love your little propaganda video...notice how they only start it just before the miscreants are sprayed. How many times were these spoiled rotten little 'gimme brats' told and warned to clear the sidewalk? What had they done prior to the spraying that the video doesn't show?..fecal-bomb?, urine projectile? You wanna see something that make sense...watch this;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAOrT0OcHh0

And as for this hilarious statement...
"My political/social/religious views have for many years been fairly conservative"
...shyeaaaaah...and my hair for years has been a pretty natural color.

"And just what is the Mittster or Newtie going to do about any of these problems? (The answer is (e) none of the above."
Hey rocket scientist...THEY AREN'T IN OFFICE! Your idiot man-child president has all but brought this country down into a flaming pile of hippie excrement. And now my favorite, no-kidding, 'duh!' line of the day...
"All of which is to say that I won't be voting GOP in 2012!"
no, I'm sure you'll be grasping your smart-phone (that your mom bought you), sipping a Starbuck's mocha-cino-latte, bitching about corporate greed and how everyone else should have to pay for your x-box and feminist studies/Marxist movement degree...'cauuuuse, it's a right man!'

Carol said...

LOL Suzy!

Boo hoo. The communist thugs blocking traffic of those of us who go to work for a living got pepper sprayed.

Cry me a river.

p.s. You've been reading here long enough to know I don't host posts that slander our police or our military.

Anonymous said...

This Blog is part of a cult led by a woman who defends ousted priest John Corapi.

Carol said...

This is just too fun to delete!

Happy Thanksgiving to all my little whackadoodles!