Occupy protesters plan on hurting the 99% by their actions …
According to Reuters, Occupy thugs plan on shutting down West Coast ports Monday in an attempt to cripple a key supply chain of American commerce. So this is what Obama is endorsing from the Occupy protesters? In a time where the US economy is struggling, Occupy idiots plan on trying to harm the economy.
Anti-Wall Street protesters, hoping to briefly cripple a key supply chain of American commerce and re-energize their movement, plan to attempt to block major West Coast ports on Monday.
By marching on U.S. ports from California to Alaska, organizers look to call attention to economic inequalities in the country and a financial system they complain is unfairly tilted toward the wealthy.
The planned action comes after the Occupy movement that began in New York in September has seen its tent camps in most big West Coast cities dismantled in police raids, leaving the movement looking for new avenues to voice its discontent.
The Gateway Pundit is reporting that it was Barack Obama’s former “Green” czar who called for the closing of the western US ports. Of course it was, water seeks its own level. America, this is what Obama is at heart, a community agitator.
So who do these misguided Occupy fools think they are harming by their thug stunts? As stated by the Lonely Conservative, “to the one percent this will be a petty annoyance. To the people whose livelihoods depend on their paychecks, this will mean a day of lost wages right before Christmas.” I wonder whether these Occupy insanoids give any of this a second thought? Then again, one would actually have to have the ability to think.
However, one would think that many individuals would be upset by the closing of the ports. Unions might have an issue with such a disruption. There comes a point when all will turn against the Occupy movement as it represents socialism and a threat to democracy. It is becoming more and more obvious that the actions of the Occupy protesters are harming the 99%, not the supposed 1%.
But unlike last time, when the area’s major unions gave tacit or outright approval, many of them see Monday’s action as disruptive and unnecessary.
And some occupation activists are labeling it as too confrontational, with the protest’s potential for violence detracting from Occupy’s stated intention of narrowing the chasm between rich and poor.
“Support is one thing,” Robert McEllrath, president of the International Longshoreman and Warehouse Union, wrote to his members last week. “Outside groups attempting to co-opt our struggle in order to advance a broader agenda is quite another and one that is destructive to our democratic process.”
EXIT QUESTION: How is it that Barack Obama does not condemn the Occupy protesters who are destructive to our democratic process?