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Occupy Wall Street

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I wonder why the Tea Party didn't get beat down?

Anarchists, can't live with'em...

:lol: the 1% of OWS.

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Jesus, talk about a police state. This is just what the establishment wants, hence all the antagonization.

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:lol: this is what the protesters want and the administration.

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:lol: this is what the protesters want and the administration.

No, i'd say the occupy movement initially wanted government/corporate corruption to peacefully come to justice...however its since been hijacked by the establishment (just as with any movement), and has been deemed to be some sort of communist/anarchist movement, which in turn has brought out the freak show (generally speaking). The establishment antagonizes these events in coming to fruition so that it gives them an excuse to further tighten their grip on control. This is all theatre, and right now the "occupiers" have no idea they're being used as pawns to further the establishment agenda.

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Without violence you wouldn't be shielding your children's eyes and trying to explain what's going on out there, all the while you are changing the conversation to jobs jobs jobs.

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The demonizing of the occupiers is a key component. It gets people like Jangler to laugh at them while they are beaten into submission. Never mind the subversive tactics by police to incite violence or to generally infringe upon their rights.

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