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Occupy Wall St. vs Fox News

Jesse LaGreca talks about his encounter with Fox News.

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Anonymous

Toronto-born American Jewish columnist David Brooks believes it is. In his Op-Ed published in The New York Times (October 10, 2011), entitled ‘The Milquetoast Radicals’, he wrote: “Take the Occupy Wall Street movement. This uprising was sparked by the (Canadian) magazine Adbusters, previously best known for 2004 essay, “Why Won’t Anyone Say They Are Jewish?“, an investigative reoprt that identified some of the most influential Jews and their nefarious grip on policy. If there is a core theme to Occupy Wall Street movement, it is that the virtuous 99 percent of society is being cheated by the richest and greediest 1 percent.

MJ Rosenberg wrote in the Jewish Journal (October 14, 2011): “An ugly old tradition is back: exploiting anti-Semitism to break the backs of popular movements that threaten the power of the wealthiest 1 percent of our population. It is being used to undermine the Occupy Wall Street movement, which has conservatives in a state of near panic.”

http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2011/10/16/is-occupy-wall-street-movement-anti-jewish/

Anonymous

Toronto-born American Jewish columnist David Brooks believes it is. In his Op-Ed published in The New York Times (October 10, 2011), entitled ‘The Milquetoast Radicals’, he wrote: “Take the Occupy Wall Street movement. This uprising was sparked by the (Canadian) magazine Adbusters, previously best known for 2004 essay, “Why Won’t Anyone Say They Are Jewish?“, an investigative reoprt that identified some of the most influential Jews and their nefarious grip on policy. If there is a core theme to Occupy Wall Street movement, it is that the virtuous 99 percent of society is being cheated by the richest and greediest 1 percent.

MJ Rosenberg wrote in the Jewish Journal (October 14, 2011): “An ugly old tradition is back: exploiting anti-Semitism to break the backs of popular movements that threaten the power of the wealthiest 1 percent of our population. It is being used to undermine the Occupy Wall Street movement, which has conservatives in a state of near panic.”

http://rehmat1.wordpress.com/2011/10/16/is-occupy-wall-street-movement-anti-jewish/

Anonymous

I am conservative, and i know a whole bunch more. Neither them nor I are afraid of the idiotic 'protest' . It is the Libs that are afraid to death of the Tea Party. Go Tea!

Anonymous

I am conservative, and i know a whole bunch more. Neither them nor I are afraid of the idiotic 'protest' . It is the Libs that are afraid to death of the Tea Party. Go Tea!

Anonymous

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Anonymous

Hey if you guys are into the music in this clip... I made it... its available for download (the first 100 are free) here... http://soundcloud.com/tightmike/sugoi

More info on my music here: www.falconboys.com

GLAD TO BE A PART OF THIS PROJECT!!!!!!

Matt B.

What is this guy talking about? One of his main points is that the standard of living has been degraded for everyone except the top 1%. Last time I checked, even people considered to be living in poverty had possessions and food well in excess of their basic needs. I grew up without a TV for a majority of my childhood (I'm only 32) and my family was NOT living in poverty. We went without health insurance while parents were in between jobs and had to go without care or pay for it ourselves.

Today, I am a physician and treat many people who come in on government insurance (Medicaid) and have their smartphone ring in the middle of our conversation. I DON'T EVEN HAVE A SMARTPHONE.

What do you guys really want? The top 1% to pay for EVERYTHING for EVERYONE. Do you realize that the bank bailout that you are railing against was paid for by tax payers and that 50% of the people in this country don't even pay ANY federal taxes? I'm as mad about the bailout as any of you are, but the truth of the matter is that it was my money that was used for that...no that's wrong...it wasn't my money...it was my great-great-great-grand-childrens money. My money was spent years ago supporting critical government services while paying for an never ending expansion of entitlements for those that have come to be enslaved by the governments massive entitlement system.

Please, stop protesting the bank bailouts in the name of the American taxpayer...I don't want that. I want our country, our cities, our neighborhoods to start being able to rebuild and not have to worry about you people sleeping on their park benches.

Matt B.

What is this guy talking about? One of his main points is that the standard of living has been degraded for everyone except the top 1%. Last time I checked, even people considered to be living in poverty had possessions and food well in excess of their basic needs. I grew up without a TV for a majority of my childhood (I'm only 32) and my family was NOT living in poverty. We went without health insurance while parents were in between jobs and had to go without care or pay for it ourselves.

Today, I am a physician and treat many people who come in on government insurance (Medicaid) and have their smartphone ring in the middle of our conversation. I DON'T EVEN HAVE A SMARTPHONE.

What do you guys really want? The top 1% to pay for EVERYTHING for EVERYONE. Do you realize that the bank bailout that you are railing against was paid for by tax payers and that 50% of the people in this country don't even pay ANY federal taxes? I'm as mad about the bailout as any of you are, but the truth of the matter is that it was my money that was used for that...no that's wrong...it wasn't my money...it was my great-great-great-grand-childrens money. My money was spent years ago supporting critical government services while paying for an never ending expansion of entitlements for those that have come to be enslaved by the governments massive entitlement system.

Please, stop protesting the bank bailouts in the name of the American taxpayer...I don't want that. I want our country, our cities, our neighborhoods to start being able to rebuild and not have to worry about you people sleeping on their park benches.

Anonymous

Where does this assinine idea about the top 1% "pay for everyone" come from? How insane do you have to be to parrot that kind of line? I guess "don't even have a smartphone" what? Wow. You sure are slumming it by not having that gizmo.

The reason that someone can own a concentration of the wealth like that is because of income disparity. Money is not a real thing. It is a belief system. We set up rules to give it meaning. $1 100 years ago or somewhere else in the world is not the same $1 as here and now. Money doesn't come from rich people. It isn't gold (nor should it be). Money is a value we put on what we do. The only way someone can have a Billion dollars while someone working 3 jobs has $10,000 is INEQUALITY. That 3 job working person is working to give that Billionaire more power and control. Billionaires keep more money than they spend - that is how being rich works. Fundraisers for charities know this. Poorer people will pay a much larger portion of their income to help someone in need. Yes Bill Gates can throw down $50Million more than you but that is less than 1/20th of a Billion dollars and he has.... 50 Billion? (plenty anyway) And how did he get that. How many true innovators did he buy out and suppress further innovation from?

Seriously, the rich pay us? You're on crack. I think that is how the dark ages worked. People like you worshipping the king and saying we would all starve unless we give the king most of our food every harvest time!

Anonymous

Where does this assinine idea about the top 1% "pay for everyone" come from? How insane do you have to be to parrot that kind of line? I guess "don't even have a smartphone" what? Wow. You sure are slumming it by not having that gizmo.

The reason that someone can own a concentration of the wealth like that is because of income disparity. Money is not a real thing. It is a belief system. We set up rules to give it meaning. $1 100 years ago or somewhere else in the world is not the same $1 as here and now. Money doesn't come from rich people. It isn't gold (nor should it be). Money is a value we put on what we do. The only way someone can have a Billion dollars while someone working 3 jobs has $10,000 is INEQUALITY. That 3 job working person is working to give that Billionaire more power and control. Billionaires keep more money than they spend - that is how being rich works. Fundraisers for charities know this. Poorer people will pay a much larger portion of their income to help someone in need. Yes Bill Gates can throw down $50Million more than you but that is less than 1/20th of a Billion dollars and he has.... 50 Billion? (plenty anyway) And how did he get that. How many true innovators did he buy out and suppress further innovation from?

Seriously, the rich pay us? You're on crack. I think that is how the dark ages worked. People like you worshipping the king and saying we would all starve unless we give the king most of our food every harvest time!

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