Occupy Wall Street Leaders Promise ‘Asymmetrical Warfare Strategies’ Bringing Us ‘One Step Closer To Revolution’ In 2012…

Zip Weasel Zippers 12/25/2011

The DNC’s new shock troops.

(MSN Money) — Warning to America’s superrich: Think Occupy Wall Street disappeared in winter’s cold? Wrong: The 99% just declared a new aggressive, covert special-ops war strategy to take back our democracy in 2012.

No more peaceful tent encampments in parks. No more Mahatma Gandhi nice-guy […]

Greenway mass effect! Now comes the cleanup

Dan O’Brien The Boston Herald 12/10/2011

The Utopian dreamers of Occupy Boston are leaving behind a disgusting field of filth on the formerly scenic Rose Kennedy Greenway, where trees will have to be replanted, grass resodded, sprinklers repaired or replaced and the entire area power-hosed in a massive cleanup that could take weeks…

…[the Rose […]

Former Obama Czar Van Jones Calls on Occupiers to Block Major Ports…

Zip Weasel Zipper 12/2/2011

Take that 1%!

He links to this story…

Read the rest at Weasel Zippers

Update: Occupy Leader Says Union ‘Opposition’ to Planned 12/12 West Coast Port Shutdown Is ‘Just A Game’

In another sign of the #Occupy movement flying off the tracks of relevancy, the movement’s next major campaign – […]

Your Tax Dollars at Work… LA Mayor Gives Occupy LA 10,000 Square Feet of Office Space & Farmland for $1-a-Year

Jim Hoft GatewayPundit 11/22/2011

It was just last week that an #Occupy LA protester was arrested for masturbating on the steps of City Hall. Now the squatters are getting their own private office building.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has decided to award the lawlessness, lewd acts, shoplifting and drug use of the Occupy LA […]

Quote of the day, the #Occupy edition

18 November 2011

A photo from Occupy LA posted by Not Evil Just Wrong on Facebook. Note the fashionable Maoist cap.

Who doesn’t love dictators who’ve slaughtered more than 100 million of their own people?

Revolting the Masses

Occupiers vs. the tea party.

Editorial The Wall Street Journal 11/16/2011

The Occupy Wall Street movement is often said to resemble the tea party, but the differences are more significant and they were never clearer than yesterday. In New York City and elsewhere, the occupiers reacted to being cleared out of their aromatic tent-towns this […]

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