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October 05, 2011

Faces of Occupy Wall Street: Mom's Basement Edition [JWF]

Last night we brought you this maniac polluting the streets of Manhattan with his vile diatribes. Now while all these Occupy Wall Street loons aren't quite as unhinged as he is, a common theme emerging is we've got a pack of spoiled brats simply looking to live off the rest of us.

As Michael Graham points out today, the one thing most of these slobs aren't occupying is a job.

Has there ever been such a collection of mewling, puking overgrown babies as the clueless college brats of the “Occupation” — a particularly ironic phrase given how few of these oafs actually have one.
Which brings us to this guy:



Found here (H/T to John E.) these people are pretty much cartoon characters at this point. Life's losers with no direction, no self-esteem and no clue. Page upon page of incoherent lamentations decrying their sorry lot in life. So this tool claims he owes $87,000 in college loans that he leveraged to become a printer repairman? Can't mom help him feed the cats? Who's feeding the cats while he's running around Manhattan having a temper tantrum?

Then we have this charming couple:

Their sign pretty much sums things up, don't you think? They're demanding a secure home and adequate mental healthcare. Maybe they should head uptown to Bellevue.

But don't forget, they're the 99% or something. Or so they think.

You are not 99 percent of America. I don't mean that in the obvious numerical sense. If 99 percent of Americans had actually joined your march, Manhattan would have flipped over by now.

What I mean is that if 99 percent of Americans actually sympathized with your cause, the entire nation's economy would have collapsed long ago -- apparently to the delight of the organizers of this current protest.

What I mean to say is, you have a marketing problem.

When you decided to sit in traffic and block the Brooklyn Bridge a few days ago, with that blazing pink "SMASH PATRIARCHY-SMASH CAPITALISM" sign in hand, you probably didn't see the regular people you stranded in traffic.

You know, the ones with real-world concerns, business to attend to, families to go home to, et cetera. You may have read about such people during college in a book called "The Petit Bourgeoisie," or something like that. Many of us grew up calling them "the middle class."

Now today we'll be seeing a David Axelrod astroturfed production involving the base of the Democratic Party: The union thugs.

Hardline lefty Juan Gonzalez is practically wetting himself.

"The whole order of things today is absolutely upside down," said John Samuelsen, president of the Transport Workers Union Local 100. "Tax breaks for millionaires, working people suffer, and no jobs for these kids."

Establishment critics of the Zuccotti Park events have no clue what is happening. By setting up camp near the scene of Wall Street's still-unpunished crimes, and by persevering round the clock for nearly three weeks, these kids have created a boot camp for social change.

A bootcamp for social change? Critics have no clue what's happening? Uh, we know exactly what's happening: A failed effort being engineered by Obama and his Occupier Democrats to distract us from his abysmal record and myriad scandals.

It's not working. It would be nice instead of slobbering over these nitwits that the media did a little digging into who's funding this.

Internet pledges arrive via two main websites: occupywallst.org was registered July 14, two months before the demonstrations began, by a Los Angeles privacy service that shields the owner's identity.

The second, nycga.cc, was registered Sept. 11 by Brooklyn resident Vladimir Teichberg, records show.

The Alliance for Global Justice, a nonprofit with 501c3 status, helped Occupy Wall Street to collect tax-exempt donations and open a credit union account to centralize funds.

The Washington-based organization's most recent 2009 tax return has revenues of $843,547, including contributions and grants of $789,509, records show.

Alliance for Global Justice, huh? Funny, but a few seconds of research leads us directly to none of than George Soros and his Open Society Institute. These folks also show solidarity with Marxist regimes in Nicaragua and Venezuela.

But remember, this is just some spontaneous grassroots movement in response to the Tea Party or something.

Here's a who's who of Democratic Party apparatchiks showing up today.

AFL-CIO (AFSCME)
United NY
Strong Economy for All Coalition
Working Families Party
TWU Local 100
SEIU 1199
CWA 1109
RWDSU
Communications Workers of America
CWA Local 1180
United Auto Workers
United Federation of Teachers
Professional Staff Congress - CUNY
National Nurses United
Writers Guild East
Obama's band is back together and today they're playing Wall Street. Just don't expect the lamestream media to dig too deep as to who's behind this effort.

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Update: According to some folks in the comments the first guy is a spoof. Maybe the entire site is but I find that difficult to believe. Well, he's done such a fine job he deserves the notice.

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