OWS

I, of course, oppose Occupy Wall Street. I look forward, however, to seeing whether or not it will be successful.

Occupy Wall Street is different from the Tea Party in that the Tea Party (being a rightist movement) is peaceful while the OWS movement (being a leftist movement) aims toward violence. For example, I expect OWS to hang out in in Zuccotti Park until someone kicks them out – the confrontation at the end being the whole point of the exercise to date. Leftist movements continue until they provoke violence, which is why they’re generally successful. Perhaps the new media is capable of reversing this historical trend. I’m skeptical, but we’ll see.

Many people complain that the movement has no goal, which seems pretty clear. But the goal of this movement, like all leftists movements, is to incite violence and get arrested (and, of course to do all of it under the cover of lies).

Stay tuned.

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3 Responses to OWS

  1. Steve Johnson says:

    Don’t worry though, the whole being arrested part will be confined to volunteers who have safe careers where an OWS arrest is a point in your favor rather than a black mark on your record.

    Anarcho-tyranny in action from an unusual direction.

  2. […] sums up the OWS end game: For example, I expect OWS to hang out in in Zuccotti Park until someone kicks […]

  3. […] possible to say what is motivating OWS. I still think it’s about violence and I think that my prediction is looking pretty […]

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