More From The Occupy Group

I’d be willing to give the first guy a pass just because its a long overnight protest with 24 hour activities (and not to mention liberal drug use) one can get a little bit fried, but Stern shows that the sentiment is quite consistent that the majority of these protestors are troubled individuals. And before you call this a “hit piece” note that Howard Stern is about as liberal as they come, and as anti-establishment as they come. Really the only thing he has that might pit him against this rabble is the fact that he’s amazingly successful, and these losers hate that (I know because they post it on their twitter and facebook accounts from they iPhones!)

This one is a little darker, because it shows how hard these people are aligned with Anarcho-Socialists. Still savor the irony that these freakshows are talking about “The Workers”…I wonder how many of them can hold down a job looking like Sideshow Bob. (Nothing wrong with free expression, and body modification, but extreme fashion and mods like these types often incite a shocking reaction which isn’t good for an employers PR)

Also gotta love the reaction of the little Commie caught with her iPhone. Yeah its a useful tool, honey…that’s what free market capitalism creates, useful tools! You want the iPhone, but you’re supporting the system that built the Trabant!

And of course there’s the vague threat of violent revolution. As for that, we’re waiting, and BECAUSE we’re waiting, the revolution won’t actually happen.

Much like spree shooters picking Gun Free Zones for their massacres, until they achieve sweeping gun control we will have no bloody Marxist revolution.

I’m happy to keep it that way, shooting targets is more fun anyway.

h/t Hotair

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0 Responses to More From The Occupy Group

  1. alcade says:

    Yeah for all the vague (and not so vague) threats these people are making, it all boils down to how they plan on doing it.

    Fortunately these leftists have been believing the Brady’s lies; they think on the day of the revolution they’ll just waltz into the local gun show and pick up a full auto machine gun and a few grenades and then go bust some capitalist ass.

    • Weerd Beard says:

      I don’t even think it goes that far. As poor as these dork’s hygiene is, they aren’t the kind of people who get their hands dirty. They are generally preaching big government, and when you look at all the Anti-Semitism and the hatred of private industry, they suspect the Brownshirts to round us up for them, and they can be sitting at home watching Spongebob and doing bong-hits.

      • RedeemedBoyd says:

        You make an excellent point. Another blogger (and I’m frustrated I can’t recall who should get credit for this) said that (paraphrasing here) those who think their revolution will be something done during the day and evening, but that they will still get to go home, have a warm cooked meal, and sleep in their comfortable beds, and wake up the next morning to go at it again really don’t understand the concept of revolution at all.
        I figure that even IF they do initiate the revolution, they will not be the ones who sustain it. They may be a catalyst, but they will quickly realize that a revolution is harder, uglier, and more difficult work than any of the jobs they aren’t doing. The real world is a very different place than their fantasy lands.
        The question that remains, however, is simple: “Will the revolution they start die when they lose their heart for it, or will it become a conflagration which burns for years, resulting in untold loss of life, property, and prosperity?”

  2. Thirdpower says:

    What they also don’t realize is that where the ‘revolution’ is most likely to start are the places w/ the strictest gun laws. They won’t be able to purchase or even steal the guns they need. They’ld already given all the power to the Gov’t.

    And they’ll scratch their dreadlocked heads in confusion.

  3. Braden Lynch says:

    If I have a future opportunity to interview any of them for a real job, I would casually ask them about the OWS. If they aligned with it, or attended such an event, I doubt I would be interested in them as a candidate. Toxic employees are just not worth it. I’m making a really big assumption that they could get their act together enough to want an actual job.

    Of course, such a test is probably unneeded. Their bad attitude is going to bleed over into every aspect of a job interview anyway, so there will be more than enough “red” flags to warn you to pass them over.

    All I can think of is Animal House and the dean’s verdict, “Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.”

    • Weerd Beard says:

      yeah the “99%” aren’t the unemployed but the unemployable….if not for their anti-social behavior, rampant mental illnesses, then for their multiple felony convictions.

      The question would be 100% unnecessary. If they come in dressed in rags, and their hair looks like it got caught in a ceiling fan, and they smell like an outhouse and their answers to the interview questions are total non-sequiturs, then you can guess they were at an OWS protest.

  4. mike w. says:

    For all their talk of revolution I don’t think a one of them has thought about the logistics of it. I’ll keep my powder dry, but I don’t see them as much of a threat. They’re whining, petulant children. All talk and nothing more.

    • Weerd Beard says:

      Nope they’ve READ about the Oktober Revolution and other such Communist Revolts, and on the printed page they find that VERY sexy…but given that they are still lugging around their iPhones, and their big chain store camping gear even tho it makes them look like hypocrites, I don’t think they really think much beyond their next meal…if at all.

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