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    Default George Soros, ACORN, SEIU Are Behind Occupy Wall Street

    Sunday, October 02, 2011

    George Soros, ACORN, SEIU Are Behind Occupy Wall Street

    First of all I want to make it clear that I am totally against Wall Street corruption, Globalism and the New World Order. In principal I support REAL reform of Wall Street and the corrupt government. The NWO elite however are very crafty and I have become increasingly suspicious of the real motivations behind "Occupy Wall Street". As always, I try to get to the bottom of issues and dig into what nearly nobody else wants to. Recently many have suggested that this movement is being funded by the very same global elite that the protestors claim to be against. At first I thought "no way" and "they can't possibly be doing this" but in my investigation I have uncovered evidence that seem to prove my suspicions correct. So let me ask you, is George Soros involved and what is this about? Their website says this is all about combating banking and the financial forces that shape our country, but is there more? It would seems there is. I have discovered some information that suggests Wade Rathke, co-founder of ACORN and SEIU, announced the Day of Rage on March 25, 2011. I don’t doubt that is true, but haven’t been able to find anything other than someone else quote him – nothing linking to the actual quote. The source for the information seems to come from Canada FreePress. More so I have now discovered new information. It would seem George Soros is connected to the U.S. Day of Rage aka Occupy Wall Street through The Ruckus Society. On the U.S. Day of Rage website. The Ruckus Society receives funding from the Tides Foundation and George Soros' Open Society Institute provides grants to Tides, including a mere $4.2 Million in 2008, the last year figures are available. Several paragraphs down you’ll find more on the hopes for a Robin Hood tax, and rewriting our U.S. Constitution, among other little Marxist dreams, including violence since “fiscal reform” probably won’t do the job.

    Occupy Wall Street, planned for September 17th, posted a video of a test run on September 1st. They planned to spend the night on Wall Street. They announce a Second Revolution and chant, “Wall Street is all streets.” Exhilerating! You’ll see police interaction, and the “revolutionaries” are telling police the Constitution of the United States gives them the right to sleep on the sidewalks. But Federal law transcends state law, don’t you know? The other organization’s they show is for the War Resister’s League. That’s not surprising, Marxism has always been behind peaceniks for a long, long time in America — just like they are behind their anarchists and Islamists. They don’t want the “bastion of freedom”, America to be either free or a bastion. See Gulag Bound’s category, “Peace Movement Manipulation,” for many articles primarily or secondarily about that.

    So we have confirmation of George Soros connections. Surely there is enough of the $4.2 Million for the U.S. Day of Rage, and no doubt more millions have flowed in during the years since 2008. The U.S. Days of Rage (Occupy Wall Street ) agenda is to demand that money be removed from politics, that the U.S. see to it, that in the future, no bank is too big to fail, and to demand that the Federal Reserve no longer be able to “steal our future.” So what will the “occupiers” do about that on standing around on sidewalks?
    This is essentially just a loosely knit gathering of sidewalk groups.

    WorldNetDaily’s Aaron Klein happened upon a tweet (don’t you love Twitter!), from the account of Alice Khatib, who identifies as being located in Geneva, Switzerland. That led to the website Take the Square where Khatib posted a “Message from The General Assembly of New York City.”
    Here are some of her thoughts:
    Some of us think that the imposition of a Robin Hood Tax on all financial transactions, tax increases on capital gains, and the reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act are three essential measures to reestablish a minimum of fiscal sanity in the United States and abroad. [Read about the Glass-Steagall act here]
    Some of us think that true autonomy and independence cannot be achieved through fiscal reform.
    Some of us believe that we ought to reboot the system, rewrite the constitution, recuse a system of government employed by the rich for the rich.
    Many of us think that what truly matters at this stage is to create a shared framework which may enable everyone to speak out, be heard, co-evolve and advance with others. If you look through this framework you may not see one defined picture. If you walk through it you will be amazed at the strange world on the other side. It is time to take back our lives. We ask you to join us now in New York City or to start your own General Assembly in your own town.

    The Occupiers are hoping for 20,000 in Lower Manhattan, for what is billed a ‘Tahir moment,’ emulating the ‘freedom fighters’ in Cairo who have received no freedom. They are hoping for tents and kitchens to be a part of the sidewalk landscape. “Peaceful barricades” are also planned.
    The following is a snippet from Adbusters, addressed to “patriots, rabble-rousers, revolutionaries:”

    What if, try as we might, we just can’t come up with only one demand? Well, then maybe we can decide together on an END THE MONIED CORRUPTION OF AMERICA MANIFESTO – a rousing compendium of our most urgent demands. And on the seventh day of our occupation we publicly deliver our manifesto to the White House and to the American media, letting Obama know that we won’t leave Wall Street until he responds.
    If thousands of us hang in there day after day, week after week, we may be able to create a spectacular revolutionary experience that fires up the public imagination and eventually maneuvers Obama into doing something that he has so far not had the guts to do: agree to a bold, decisive stroke against the financial corruption of America. Now that would get the American people behind us and cheering us on from coast to coast.
    If we can achieve that, the sky will be the limit … further demands will follow and a new America will be born.
    On Saturday, our Tahrir moment begins … strength, courage, nonviolence!

    So, I believe it is clear Soros is connected to Occupy Wall Street via ACORN, and SEIU (founded by the same man), and you might want to do some more fact checking. This shows a clear definitive connection to George Soros via the the millions he gives these organizations. Just as he funded Barak Obama's election. Read confirmation of the SEIU connection here.
    The best way to oppose the liberal agenda is to support genuine tea party sentiment. The reason is two-fold. Genuine embrace of our nation’s founding principles as expressed by those who genuinely represent the tea party movement are honest interests to cure what ails our fine republic. Rejecting false purveyors of the tea party sentiment as evidenced by pseudo-tea party candidates in the 2010 midterms brings home the point. Most Americans have decided to express a conservative tone realizing a return to our founding principles is the best way forward.

    Now all we have to do is separate the wheat from the chaff. Move On types and Soros sympathizers must be dispatched when they try to ‘co-opt’ the tea party movement. We must also remove fake conservatives from the ranks of the tea party. It is the liberal intent to destroy this genuine movement by characterizing it as something it is not. Keep the faith conservatives and be on guard against liberal attempts to disrupt the tea party sentiment. Rather then target the real enemies, the private federal reserve, the organizers of this protest seem hell bent on destroying capitalism and instituting full on Marxist Socialism.

    Exposed: Globalist Illuminati New World Order Agenda

    "The idea was that those who direct the overall conspiracy could use the differences in those two so-called ideologies [marxism/fascism/socialism v. democracy/capitalism] to enable them [the Illuminati] to divide larger and larger portions of the human race into opposing camps so that they could be armed and then brainwashed into fighting and destroying each other." - Myron Fagan

    Occupy Wall Street --> George Soros (CFR) --> Lord Jacbo Rothschild (aka, "the Boss")
    and George "Mini-me" Soros as his loveable (but slightly creepy) sidekick, "Tatoo"

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    Occupy Wall Street Protesters Call For Totalitarian Government, Re-Election Of Obama

    The ignorance displayed in this interviews knows no bounds. These protesters just don’t get it. They are calling for the government to use force to impose their ideas, all in the name of bringing down corporations who they don’t realize have completely bought off government regulators. Corporations and government enjoy a mutually beneficial relationship – getting one to regulate the other is asinine and only hurts smaller businesses who are legitimately trying to compete in a free market economy that barely exists.

    The zeal for totalitarian government amongst some of the “protesters” is shocking. One sign being carried around read, “A government is an entity which holds the monopolistic right to initiate force,” which seems a little ironic when protesters complain about being physically assaulted by police in the same breath.

    One woman interviewed by Kokesh also announces her intention to help Obama to capture a second term. How can a self-proclaimed Occupy Wall Street protester simultaneously support the man whose 2008 campaign was bankrolled by Wall Street, whose 2012 campaign is reliant on Wall Street to an even greater extent, and whose cabinet was filled with Wall Street operatives?

    Something is very wrong with this picture.

    The usual suspects, mega-rich foundations and elitists, behind the young radicals have also started to emerge – George Soros, The Ruckus Society, the Tides Foundation and the Ford Foundation.

    “The belated crusade against Wall Street is even more pathetic as it is coordinated by groups who wouldn’t exist without men like Soros, who made their money from deals that make the Street look sparkling clean. It’s class warfare as a cynical jab at the populist center, the people who mutter to themselves that the Street is full of crooks and so is Congress,” writes Daniel Greenfield.

    in full

    The Inside Scoop on the Wallstreet Protest

    Read more: Wall Street targeted for Britain-style riots

    Unions, Socialists Join Forces to "Occupy Wall Street"

    Union bosses tied to the Obama administration are manipulating the whole protest.

    This is a subversive Leftist Bilderberger coup.

    The people have been duped into digging our collectivist graves.

    The kids out there don't know any better.

    They are buying into utopian fantasies completely oblivious to the big picture..

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    Color me unsurprised by this collusion. Obviously, Soros and co are using this hate against WS to repair support for Obama (or leftists in general) going into the new year. What's really appalling is the sheer ignorance of the people doing the protesting.

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    Soros was down at the exchange on the 21st I believe, if that helps you at all. Dolphin, do you own a chalkboard?

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    Anonymous is spontaneous. Stop wasting your time writing long posts about something that is complete BS.

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    WOW!!! Full on desperation mode in full swing.

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    Lol @ protesting Wall Street and saying re-elect Obama.

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    But why are some on here always so desperate to defend these kooks?

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    It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds. -Samuel Adams

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    Im not at all surprised.
    I am the spoon.

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    I don't have time to read the entire thing, but if there are some facts someone should add this to wikipedia.
    Tu ne cede malis sed contra audentior ito

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billay View Post
    But why are some on here always so desperate to defend these kooks?
    Many of those "kooks" are future Ron Paul supporters. They have identified real problems, and are legitimately angry and frustrated. They're just misguided currently with their solutions.

    We all know that state socialism has been proven to fail, time and time again. We just need to plant the seed that maybe socialism isn't the answer to their problems, and with time, and individual research on their part, they'll likely come to the same conclusion we have.

    As long as we aren't $#@!s to them, anyway.

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    I'm sure they all got their fingers in the pie somewhere but there's no way they're behind all these people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billay View Post
    But why are some on here always so desperate to defend these kooks?
    Don't assume that any given post you read is comes from someone who actually supports Ron Paul.

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    Is there any way to turn this in our way, get rid of the socialist part and turn attention to the fed?

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    big surprise that unions are angry at capitalism or corporatism

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stAmendguy View Post
    continued (part 2/5).....[parts 3,4, & 5 have yet to be uploaded to you tube]

    "Sorry, fellows, the rebellion is off. We couldn't get a rebellion permit."

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1stAmendguy View Post
    Alex Jones is really taking cues from No Agenda… latest being that he's going around the country while broadcasting. It's all good though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moreliberty View Post
    Is there any way to turn this in our way, get rid of the socialist part and turn attention to the fed?
    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
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    Quote Originally Posted by moreliberty View Post
    Is there any way to turn this in our way, get rid of the socialist part and turn attention to the fed?
    I would recommend not mentioning Ron Paul. Likely ... voters don't love communist protests. If people were there, I wouldn't mind seeing "END THE WARS" messaging.

    No "Ron Paul wants to End The Wars". Just "End the Wars".

    End the Fed is immediately identifiable as Ron Paul.

    But End the Wars would fit right in in a standard Dem protest.
    So, fill that up.

    Also, signs against Monsanto. If this is subsidized by Soros and Acorn and Seiu, use messaging that hurts Obama. Anti Monsanto hurts Obama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parocks View Post
    I would recommend not mentioning Ron Paul. Likely ... voters don't love communist protests. If people were there, I wouldn't mind seeing "END THE WARS" messaging.

    No "Ron Paul wants to End The Wars". Just "End the Wars".

    End the Fed is immediately identifiable as Ron Paul.

    But End the Wars would fit right in in a standard Dem protest.
    So, fill that up.

    Also, signs against Monsanto. If this is subsidized by Soros and Acorn and Seiu, use messaging that hurts Obama. Anti Monsanto hurts Obama.
    I agree, these would be good signs. I also wouldn't mind seeing signs like "Impeach Obama the War Criminal" "Obama Assassinates U.S. Citizens". They'd be conversation starters at a minimum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzo View Post
    I agree, these would be good signs. I also wouldn't mind seeing signs like "Impeach Obama the War Criminal" "Obama Assassinates U.S. Citizens". They'd be conversation starters at a minimum.
    I agree any supporters who can attend the protests should expose Obama for the corporate puppet he is

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    What these protests are really about:

    Millions of frustrated, unemployed youth.

    We need to reach out to these people before we have a Bolshevik revolution on our hands. The frustrated masses were prayed upon by Communists and Fascists during the 1930s. Often a devout Fascist was a former Communist or vice versa. These people know we can't maintain the old system, but don't know what to replace it with. We ignore this at our own peril.

    Please read Eric Hoffer's short work The True Believer

    (copy and paste this text for your own R[ƎVO˩]UTION!)

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    Send Alex Jones to destroy the Marxists!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgiaAvenger View Post
    Send Alex Jones to destroy the Marxists!
    THIS! ^^^

    hahaha. That should be interesting.

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    I suggest we all become active and involved to sabotage the ability of the Globalist Conspirators working to get Obama reelected which it seems this is turning into.

    I have already found myself censored and banned from chat rooms and forums trying to discuss the issue rationally with people.

    The leaders of this protest are enemies of liberty and free speech.

    As Ron Paul supporters we are uniquely positioned to be heard in this protest due to our outspokeness on the Federal Reserve which is Wallstreet and our seeming lack of standing within the mainstream Republican Party.

    If Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul work together this protest could be redirected to focus on what it should be instead of being used as another Soros Color revolution ala American style to get their globalist puppet reelected.
    Last edited by dolphin; 10-02-2011 at 11:35 PM.

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    These last few posts contain ideas that I can agree with
    "Sorry, fellows, the rebellion is off. We couldn't get a rebellion permit."

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    I don't trust Alex Jones too much. He tells the truth sometimes but too often he sensationalizes and makes people paranoid. But out of fairness I'll try to stomach the video and see what he's saying about Occupy Wall Street.. I'm not excited though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RKoho View Post
    I don't trust Alex Jones too much. He tells the truth sometimes but too often he sensationalizes and makes people paranoid. But out of fairness I'll try to stomach the video and see what he's saying about Occupy Wall Street.. I'm not excited though.

    A growing number of unions and socialist groups are joining “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrations in New York and “solidarity” protests nationwide.

    Unions, Socialists Join Forces to "Occupy Wall Street"

    Alex Newman | The New American
    30 September 2011

    A growing number of unions, prominent big-government advocates, and socialist groups are joining the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrations in New York and “solidarity” protests nationwide.

    The trend has some analysts very concerned — particularly after reports claimed union bosses tied to the Obama administration were plotting to bring about chaos. And while the protests which began on September 17 may be small now, supporters and critics alike say this may be only the beginning of something much bigger.

    In just the last week several large labor groups have officially announced their support for the occupation. The NYC Transit Workers Union, with nearly 40,000 members, voted to back the protesters on September 28. And the SEIU’s massive 32BJ union, which claims to represent over 120,000 property service workers, recently decided to use an upcoming rally to show “solidarity” with the Wall Street occupiers.

    "The call went out over a month ago, before actually the occupancy of Wall Street took place," 32BJ spokesman Kwame Patterson told the Huffington Post. But now "we're all coming under one cause, even though we have our different initiatives."

    The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) union, with over 10,000 members, also endorsed the demonstrations this week. “This occupation on Wall Street calls into question the very foundation in which the capitalist system is based,” it said in a statement, claiming the protests were aiming to hold accountable the “oppressors.”

    “Throughout the world, from Egypt to Greece, from China to Madison, Wisconsin, working class people are starting to rise up. The IWW welcomes this,” the group concluded in its endorsement. “We see the occupation of Wall Street as another step — no matter how large or small — in this process.”

    According to news reports, more major unions are now considering jumping onboard as well. And powerful organizations backed by “Big Labor” — critics call them “front groups” — are also openly supporting the efforts.

    "Their fight is our fight," said Director Michael Kink of the union-backed Strong Economy for All Coalition. "They've chosen the right targets. We also want to see a society where folks other than the top one percent have a chance to say how things go."

    Kink‘s organization is backed by some of the most powerful unions in the country, including the SEIU, the AFL-CIO, the Communication Workers of America, several teachers’ unions, and labor groups representing government workers. According to its website the group fights for bigger government and higher taxes.

    A broad coalition of socialists and Marxists has jumped on the bandwagon, too. The Socialist Party USA, for example, announced on its website that it “supports the mobilizations to occupy Wall St. in New York and various cities across the US and encourages our locals to take part in these actions.” The party, which aims to create a “new social order,” is even broadcasting a live online video feed from the protests.

    Notorious anti-capitalist agitators have recently started to draw attention to the so-called occupation as well — busily touting it to anyone who will listen. Among the biggest names is “documentary-film” maker Michael Moore, who told CNN that the protests would soon spread across America.

    The multi-millionaire even went to Wall Street in an effort to attract more media coverage for the occupation. “The people here have lit the spark,” Moore said during a video-taped interview from the protest site (below). “These numbers will grow and they’re going to grow all across the country.”

    Moore told the interviewer he wanted to see increased taxes, a “democratic economic system,” and Wall Street bankers who he blames for the crisis thrown in jail. And even though he didn’t plan to camp out with the protesters, he promised to return often.

    “African-American studies” Professor Cornel West, a self-described socialist and the honorary chair of the Democratic Socialists of America, is another one of the big wigs who has joined the campaign. He called it a revolution.

    “The elites will tremble in their boots,” he said, noting that Martin Luther King Jr. would smile from the grave. “Don’t be afraid to say revolution.” The crowd repeated each of West’s statements, as if in prayer, and cheered wildly following the short speech.

    Openly communist propaganda venues such as the World Socialist Web Site (WSWS) are also hyping the events. Even the Communist Party USA-affiliated newspaper People’s World praised the protesters’ signs “demanding curbs on Wall Street, demands for finance reform, job programs for youth, no cuts to Social Security,” and more.

    “The Wall Street financiers are terribly afraid,” the publication claimed, saying more than 5,000 demonstrators were present at one point. “Youth taking to the streets to protest the deeds of this nation's financiers constitutes a welcome addition to the big fightback going on in America today. Wall Street had better get used to it.”

    Similarly, the communist dictatorship ruling mainland China used its propaganda organs to tout the demonstrations. Calling the alleged American press blackout “shameful,” China Daily Deputy Editor Chen Weihua blasted the so-called “mainstream media” for having “miserably failed” to provide adequate coverage of the thousand or so protesters.

    “One US journalist said it was because these people are too left-leaning and do not seem to have a clear goal for their rally,” he wrote. “I am not sure if they are all left-leaning, but a schedule I saw did include sessions on the Communist Manifesto and Spanish Revolution. Still, that does not justify a blackout imposed by the major news media outlets on such a prolonged protest.”

    The increasing support for the protests is prompting a mixture of concern and celebration among conservative and free-market-oriented activists. While critical of the unconstitutional alliance between bankers — or “banksters” — and the federal government, constitutionalists remain suspicious of the overwhelming anti-capitalist sentiment displayed by protesters and their supporters.

    The objectives of the purportedly “leaderless” anti-Wall Street movement remain somewhat murky — probably on purpose, according to critics. One of the most frequently cited demands, however, is that the government curtail the free-speech rights of companies and organizations.

    But in other areas, some conservative activists believe they have found common ground. Some of the websites and organizations associated with the occupation, for example, have even attacked the Federal Reserve, the banker bailouts, and various government wealth transfers to the elite.

    “We demand that solutions be found that stop the Federal Reserve from stealing our future,” said a “tactical plan” released by one participating organization known as US Day of Rage. The group blasted “banksters and their minions” and “too big to fail” policies, among other targets.

    But more than anything, the protesters and activists appear to be clamoring for bigger government and an end to what little remains of the free market. And according to several reports, the whole movement is actually being orchestrated by anti-capitalist union bosses and tax-funded “community organizers” connected to the Obama administration.

    Two of the most prominent individuals alleged to be puling the strings behind the scenes are disgraced ACORN founder and union boss Wade Rathke, and regular White House visitor Stephen Lerner of the SEIU. Both were caught earlier this year calling for massive protests, with a video surfacing earlier this year of Lerner scheming to bring down the stock market and destabilize the nation. Numerous analysts called the plots “economic terrorism.”

    Despite initial fears among some conservative analysts that the demonstrations would lead to riots and violence from Los Angeles to New York and Boston, the protesters have remained relatively peaceful so far. However, reports of “police brutality” and scuffles with law enforcement continue to surface. And the movement is apparently attracting more supporters every day.

    Related articles:

    “Day of Rage” Wall St. Occupation Sparks Fears

    Former SEIU Union Official Exposes Plot to Collapse U.S. Economy

    Union Leader Describes Plan to Destroy Capitalism

    Union Leader Proposes Economic Terrorism — Where Is the DOJ?

    Fed Audit: Trillions For Foreign Banks, Conflicts of Interest

    Fed Manipulations in the Crosshairs

    Socialists, Unions Plotting Illegal Strike in Wisconsin

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