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Showing posts with label occupy wall street. Show all posts
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Monday, January 23, 2012

15% of GDP spent on welfare to more than 50% of Americans

There is one thing to create safety nets to help those down on their luck, or in transition from one stage of life to the next, but there is another where a society has become so apathetic that it requires 15% of all production to be given out to those who do not produce.

The single most disturbing statistic: in 2011 nearly half of the population lived in a household that receives some form of government benefit, which in turn accounted for 65% of total federal spending, or $2.5 trillion, and amount to 15% of GDP. And yet some people out there still think these people, long since indoctrinated to do little but mooch off the welfare state… - Zerohedge


Chart courtesy of John Lohman

To all the bleeding heart Occupy Wall Street characters... very soon, your mooching off Uncle Sam will lead to a complete breakdown of the system.  Then who will support your life of protesting?

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Rich get richer: Executive bonuses back up in 2011

Is it any wonder why Occupy Wall Street took off earlier this year when it appears once again the top executives for US corporations will be receiving higher, and even record bonuses?

Chief executive pay has roared back after two years of stagnation and decline. America's top bosses enjoyed pay hikes of between 27 and 40% last year, according to the largest survey of US CEO pay. The dramatic bounceback comes as the latest government figures show wages for the majority of Americans are failing to keep up with inflation.
America's highest paid executive took home more than $145.2m, and as stock prices recovered across the board, the median value of bosses' profits on stock options rose 70% in 2010, from $950,400 to $1.3m. The news comes against the backdrop of an Occupy Wall Street movement that has focused Washington's attention on the pay packages of America's highest paid. - Gaurdian UK

With new census reports showing 1 in 2 Americans are considered poor, or in poverty, the rise of protest and rebellion agains the elite will only increase and perhaps lead to more violence in what is shaping up to be a tumultuous 2012 forecast.

Monday, December 12, 2011

The absolute reason why liberalism and Occupy Wall Street is a mental disorder

There comes a time in history when a society must relegate their mentally ill to institutions so that they cannot destroy the entire culture for the sake of a few.  Of course, when those few become many, sometimes one will actually grow up to teach others, and grow it like a disease.

Michael Savage coined the phrase that liberalism is a mental disorder.  Now we can add the Occupy Wall Street crew to that stereotype.  A colleague was speaking to a friend of his who had attended Occupy gatherings, and told him this statement with a straight face.

"There is no good reason, why the Federal Government can't pass a law making it a crime for investments to lose money. That in this day an age, we should be past all of this ups and downs, that we can regulate the markets to where his money makes more, or else."

This is the epitome of a large portion of the nation, who call themselves the 99ers, and belong instead on the short bus, and outside any sembalence of society.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Occupy Student Loans: activists grab the next financial clarion call to protest

First there was Occupy Wall Street, then came Occupy (insert city), which was then followed up with Bank Transfer Day, and now we have the beginning of the Occupy Student Loan movement.

Rather than string out more absurd catch lines for this crew, perhaps we should go straight to John Galt FLA's Occupy Bathroom movement!

Occupy Wall Street’s latest grievance centers on student loan programs and higher education reform, and the group’s most recent campaign involves a movement-wide boycott on student loan debt repayment. Early Monday afternoon, a crowd of faculty and student organizers assembled at the southeast corner of New York City's Zuccotti Park to announce Occupy Student Debt, a national initiative directed at recruiting student loan borrowers and requesting that they willfully default on their loan payments. The campaign consists of three pledges:
1. A refusal to make loan payments. This pledge will take effect after a million debtors have signed on to the campaign.
2. A faculty pledge of support for the "refusers."
3. A general, non-debtors' pledge of support for parents, the students and other public sympathizers -
New American

More and more, the Occupy Wall Street crew is nothing more than a bunch of entitlement babies who expect everyone else to pay for their free rides, and now that they are going after student loans, should they be forced into re-programming to remove the knowledge they got at the colleges of their choice?

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Occupy Wall Street thugs and 99%ers trash local businesses

Oh, those whacky Occupy Wall Street thugs and well doers.  All those speeches about the 99%ers, and how its the 1% rich who are the real crooks and thieves appear to be just rhetoric for victims and thugs to co-mingle out in a park and try to appeal to the ignorant masses that they are simply being kept down by the man.

And like the recent stories about physical and sexual abuse by the groups on women, we can now add violence and property damage to businesses around the parks where the Occupy people expect everyone to give them anything they want.

A business owner near the Occupy Wall Street encampment claims she has been repeatedly harassed and threatened with bodily harm by protesters after she and her employees refused to give in to their outlandish demands.
 “I’ve been told, ‘Watch your back!’ 10 times,” Stacey Tzortzatos, owner of Panini & Co. Breads, located across from Zuccotti Park, told The Post yesterday.
 She and her employees are terrified by the constant threats, which she said began after she demanded the protesters stop using her shop’s restroom as a place to bathe every day.
 The final straw came about two weeks ago, when the demonstrators broke a bathroom sink, flooding the shop, and clogged the toilet -- setting her back $3,000 in damages. - New York Post
As time passes, more and more the poor desperate 1%ers show their true selves and for many, they are simply thugs, victims, and welfare bums who's sole purpose is not to work for their subsistance, but to take from others and expect everyone to appease them.

Obama and MF Global: Corzine prosecution improbable as President has fundraiser with insider

With the growing scandal for Job Corzine grows in his work at bankrupt MF Global, the question of whether the Obama Administration would actually seek prosecution against his former campaign contributer seemed unlikely despite the growing evidence.

Now it almost appears improbable.  Especially with the news that after the bankruptcy hit last week, President Obama is holding a fundraising dinner at the behest of the primary lawyer for the MF Global bankruptcy.

Monday night, Obama will attend a private fundraiser hosted by Dwight Bush, president of Urban Trust Bank, and his wife Antoinette, a partner at the international law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher, and Flom. Skadden is the firm hired to handle the bankruptcy of MF Global, the large Wall Street firm headed by Jon Corzine, former governor of New Jersey and a strong ally of President Obama.
Tickets for the event are at least $17,900 per person.
 The Center for Responsive Politics calls Skadden “a clearinghouse for donors to the Democratic Party.” - Daily Caller

Hey Occupy Wall Street... it's about time to move over to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue if you truly want to find the 1%er who is keeping the rich safe and secure from the same justice system that puts you in jail.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Occupy Wall Street Camp has become a drug infested crime ghetto

It had to happen eventually.  Unorganized people gathering in a park for long stretches of time with nothing more than a hatred for the success of others has now turned into a mob rules, drug infested camp where theft, drug use and even rape has become commonplace amongst the unwashed masses.

Interviews with some of the OWS crew have validated this, as seen in the video below.



Additionally, it has been reported that a handicapped deaf man was raped by members in the park.

Q: You said a deaf guy was raped?
 A: Yeah…
 Q: Did the guy, I mean, do these, did that get reported to the police, or did that stay inside the camp?
 A: Well, OK, I’m not sure for that particular incident. Yeah, no I-that might have stayed inside the camp. - Breitbart
It should come as no surprise, as the riots of the 1960's, 70's, and the Rodney King destruction brings out the worst form of human behavior when people come together to protest over materialism, not ideas.

Monday, October 31, 2011

The 10 major reasons why the elite hold disdain for the common man

The Economic Collapse blog did a wonderful comparison of 10 reasons why the 1%ers have a such a disdain and disgust for the other 99% of Americans.  The following stories, topics, and links show that underlying riots taking place with the Tea Party and Occupy groups are not simply fly by night affiars, but a growing schism that will not end quickly.

#1 According to an article in The New York Times, poor families that lost their homes to foreclosure were openly mocked during a Halloween party thrown by the law firm of Steven J. Baum. This particular law firm represents many of the largest mortgage lenders in the United States....
#2 To many on Wall Street, the OWS protests are one big joke. In fact, Wall Street executives have been spotted sipping champagne while watching the Occupy Wall Street protests from their balconies.

#3 In response to the Occupy Chicago protests, signs were put up in the windows of the building where the Chicago Board of Trade is located that spelled out this sentence: "We Are The 1%".
#4 Many columnists for major financial publications have had no fear of mocking the Occupy Wall Street protesters.

 
#5 Instead of attempting a balanced report on the Occupy Wall Street protests, Erin Burnett of CNN openly made fun of them during a recent broadcast. After being a stalwart on CNBC for so many years, Burnett has very close ties to Wall Street and apparently she does not like anyone criticizing her friends. You can see video of Burnett mocking the Occupy Wall Street movement right here.

#6 Barack Obama continues to mock the poor by telling them to cut back on vacations and little luxuries like going out to eat while at the same time sending his own family out on incredibly expensive vacations.

#7 Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain recently declared that anyone that is unemployed or poor in America should only blame themselves....
 
#8 Sometimes our politicians are so insensitive that it is almost hard to believe. In an interview with George Stephanopoulos of ABC News while she was still the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi stated that we need poor people to have less children because it costs the government so much money to take care of them....
#9 Warren Buffett has some interesting observations on class warfare. He is one of the few wealthy Americans that is willing to say what everyone else is thinking. Back in 2006, Buffett was quoted as saying the following in an article in The New York Times....
“There’s class warfare, all right,” Mr. Buffett said, “but it’s my class, the rich class, that’s making war, and we’re winning.”
#10 Every single day, our "representatives" in Washington D.C. are living the high life at our expense. It is amazing that out of the entire population of the United States, we continue to overwhelming elect rich people to Congress. As I noted in a recent article, more than half of all the members of Congress are millionaires, and the median wealth of a U.S. Senator in 2009 was 2.38 million dollars.- The Economic Collapse

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Here it comes... Europe begging the US for a bailout

Now that the Hopium of a Greek bailout is over, and the reality that the troika accomplished very little to save the Euro and Euro Zone, the next little piig(gie) is going beyond the ECB for help, and instead is looking for the US to provide the bailout.

Now it is Portugal's turn. Reuters reports that "Portugal asked Mexico on Saturday to tell fellow G20 members next week that the United States should offer "financial help" to resolve the euro zone sovereign debt crisis, describing it as a "systemic and global" problem, a Portuguese government source said." Of course, the "US" is a clear proxy for "everyone else" - Reuters via Zerohedge
Hey... we knew this was coming.  Now the question will be, will the Congress allow 2008 to comes again, and have taxpayers bailout European banks AND nations, or will the Fed be the one to step on, assuring an inflationary landscape that will create more turmoil than just Occupy Wall Street.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Peter Schiff vs Occupy Wall Street: A story of logic against ignorance

One of the biggest arguments agains the Occupy Wall Street protesters is that they scream and yell and when interviewed, have no solutions beyond the chanting of marxist slogans.  "Tax the rich" "Take from the rich" "Pay their fair share" etc...

But in the end, not only do they have no solutions, they are extremely ignorant of how the system works, and as Peter Schiff proves in an interview yesterday with members of Occupy Wall Street, most of them are simply looking to blame everyone else for their failed lives or failed businesses.



(Courtesy of Obamaworstpotusever)

The quote of the day by Peter Schiff... How many people do YOU employ?  And of course, the answer was a resounding silence.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Even Occupy Wall Street Protesters are not immune to someone wanting what they have

The most ironic thing about human existance is that no matter how little you have, there will always be someone else who wants to take it from you.  This is what is happening now in several cities where the Occupy Wall Street crew is camping out, and because they being funded by certain members of TPTB, their food and supplies are now being targeted by...

Occupy Homeless Shelter vagrants.

"It's turning into us against, them," says a 36-year-old Occupy Boston protester quoted by the Boston Herald's Howie Carr. Wait, wasn't that the idea? Not exactly. It turns out that when he says "them," the guy is referring not to billionaire Jewish bankers but street vagrants. "They come in here and they're looking at it as a way of getting a free meal and a place to crash, which is totally fine, but they don't bring anything to the table at all."
The same is true in New York, where, according to the Daily News, "Zuccotti Park has become a haven for the homeless," who are abandoning shelters and camping out at the park, "enticed by the allure of free food and a community of open-minded people." But as in Boston, open-mindedness goes only so far. "We have compassion toward everyone. However, we have certain rules and guidelines," says Lauren Digioia, 26, who belongs to the "sanitation committee":
"If you're going to come here and get our food, bedding and clothing, have books and medical supplies for no charge, they need to give back," Digioia said. "There's a lot of takers here and they feel entitled." - Washington Times

It's classic Marxism at its finest.  Steal from the rich... for yourselves, but screw those who want what you have.

Monday, October 24, 2011

David Icke gives important information to the Occupy movement protesters

Davd Icke has put together a video interview asking the important question of Occupy Wall Street protesters.  Do you know what you are protesting for or against?

The Occupy movements, which have been growing around the country after the initial Occupy Wall Street protests began, have exceedingly culminated in one unanswered question.  What is the purpose of the protest?

Many protesters who have been asked by the media cannot, and have not given a real, viable answer as to why they are there.

So David Icke has created this to try and help Occupy Wall Street, and any other protesters of our current financial system, to understanding who exactly is the enemy, and what the end goal purpose should be for taking the time to rant against the machine.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Tax the rich until they are penniless... and it still wouldn't cover the budget for 1 year

Class warfare has little to do with revenue collection, but more with political and Machavellian doctrines.  Our politicians in Washington, especially liberals like Harry Reid, Nancy Pelost, and Barack Obama who are advocating a tax the rich scheme to pay for their social programs have done little, zip, nada research to see just exactly what would happen if we taxes and even confiscated the wealth of the rich in America.

Even the poor people of the Occupy Wall Street revolution, who themselves are being fed gourmet food in New York City, do not have a clue as to what they are protesting against.

This fantastic video shows just how inane the argument is, and that the reality of the situation isn't a revenue problem, but a spending problem in Washington.

Monday, October 17, 2011

New poll shows Americans blame Washington more than Wall Street for economic problems

Three years into the Obama presidency, and the American people are no longer falling for the 'blame Bush' mantra anymore.  In fact, in a recent poll by The Hill, 56% of Americans blame Washington, including Congress and the President, for the currency economic problems much more than they are blaming Wall Street.

Surely Obama is neither the first (nor last) to recognize that the scapegoating of a "minority" group (as the Wall Street "1%" clearly is) and use it as a catalyst for class warfare, is a historically very successful tactic. Well, while thousands of people may express their displeasure with their plight openly before the traditional symbols of Wall Street, it would appear that Obama is failing in his attempt at global diversion from the place where popular anger should truly lie: Congress, Senate, and of course, the White House, without whose (and by 'whose' here we clearly envision Tim Geithner, Hank Paulson and Ben Bernanke) blessings Wall Street would not exist in its current form. Yet it does, and many have figured that out. According to a brand new poll by The Hill, "in the minds of likely voters, Washington, not Wall Street, is primarily to blame for the financial crisis and the subsequent recession. - Zerohedge

The sad thing is... the leaders in Washington are so inept, even when the American people are ready to hang Wall Street Bankers (real and in effigy), politicians can't take advantage of it, and instead, become the primary targets on the economy.

Occupy Wall Street: Marine confronts NYPD for violence against unarmed Americans

It is amazing to think how our military puts their lives on the line in foreign countries while some sworn law enforcement accept money from banks and private corporations to inflict violence on unarmed American citizens for simply speaking their minds, and sharing opinions on what they perceive is wrong with the economic environment in our country.


Marine lambastes NYPD as cowards for inflicting violence on unarmed Americans.

And as for proof that some law enforecement agencies are bought and paid for in this debate?

This is from a press release by JP Morgan courtesy of The Intel Hub.


When people no longer have anything to lose, they lose it. - Gerald Celente

Global Debt Clock: 43 Trillion and counting

Many Americans have seen the websites that contain the National Debt Clock, and the US's over $14 trillion in debt.  Now we can add a new debt clock to the mix, only this one is a complete global debt clock, with a price tag of over $43 Trillion and growing.

Courtesy of the Economist

In 2009, the global GDP was $58.26 Trillion dollars.  So with the current global debt at $43 Trillion, the debt is now 74% of total GDP.

For countries like the US, their debt is 98-100% of GDP, making them insolvent.  At the going rate of debt rising internationally, the entire world will be insolvent within 3-5 years.

Is it any wonder we are seeing an Arab Spring, riots in Europe, and Occupy Wall Street?

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Occupy burning Rome: protesters set fires and bring violence to Italy

Rome is burning... only this time its not while Caesar fiddles.  In what started early this morning as a protest similar to the Occupy Wall Street crew, Italians fed up with their governments economic policies went to the streets, and shortly began 'burning down the house'.

http://video.corriere.it/polizia-spara-lacrimogeni-panico-roma/434fe3c6-f743-11e0-9ce3-b3213c3a5a87

Friday, October 14, 2011

Planned occupation: Occupy wall street has an inner circle of administrators

Just when Americans thought the Occupy Wall Street crew were simply disgruntled unemployed citizens, or at best, anarchist opportunists, we come to discover that the OWS wasn't so disorganized after all.

But, the NYC "Occupy Wall Street" also has a secretive inner circle. Carney describes it this way:
Just a bit west of the library there is what appears to be the inner circle of Occupy Wall Street. Several people, many working on laptops powered by a portable generator, sit in an area closed off by tables.
Most people—including protesters—are kept out by beefy people whose blue arm bands mark them as members of the security group. Exactly what this secretive group is doing is not clear.
“They’re media relations, and outreach and planning,” one person said.
So why are outsiders being kept from the area? No one would answer.
And so, ironically, there’s a no trespassing policy enforced at Occupy Wall Street. - Economic Policy Journal
Now the question we should be asking is... who is paying for all of this, and designated this oligarchy to be in control of Lenin's 'useless idiots'?
Paging Mr. Soros.....

Coming to America? Italians storm Goldman Sachs office

The Occupy Wall Street has been a very good theatrical show so far, but sitting in a park for months making a nuisance of yourself really doesn't accomplish much.

Instead the OWS crew should take some pointers from the Italian people who decided to storm the Goldman Sachs offices this morning and wreak havok with spray paint and garbage.

From Corriere: "on Friday students took to the streets to demonstrate for and against the public school funds the crisis and the government. The procession was attended by about ten thousand young people (two thousand according to initial estimates of the Police Station). The raid at the headquarters of U.S. bank Goldman Sachs was the first action of the student demonstration. A group of twenty boys tried to get a surprise in the Milanese headquarters of the U.S. bank, Bossi in the square, near Piazza Cordusio. Rejected by some employees of the home, the young people then smeared with spray paint the hallway and throwing bags full of garbage to the cry of "Goldman Sachs has the courage to face the future without young people." - Zerohedge
The only thing missing though is dancing.  "A revolution without dancing is a revolution not worth having." - V
http://video.corriere.it/blitz-goldman-sachs/e1058ee4-f645-11e0-abf0-c6818ffd4921

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Protesters to storm Senate and learn Capital police aren't NYPD

Never let a good opportunity to protest get in the way of common sense.  On Tuesday, an anti-war protest group, which appears to have grown courage from the Occupy Wall Street crew, is planning to invade a Senate office building, and block official business from taking place.

Anti-war protesters plan to storm the inside and outside of the Hart Senate Office Building at 11:30 a.m. today, with the intent of causing enough havoc to shut business down.
David Swanson, one of the original organizers of the October 2011/Stop the Machine protests — which is distinct from the Occupy D.C. protests in McPherson Square — explained the plan to an assembled crowd of less than 100, mainly elderly and middle-aged protesters in Freedom Square Tuesday morning. - Daily Caller

Sadly for them if they choose to follow through with this course of action, the Capital police are NOT as lenient as the NYPD, and they will soon discover what it means to go midieval on their posteriors.