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They're Back!! Soros: Occupy To Turn Violent

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posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 10:54 AM
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I am suspicious of the statement "Occupy to turn violent". I am just wondering if Occupy does turn violent...that may happen... because TPTB have planted people within Occupy to start violence and then keep it going.

Apart from Occupy....I think there is going to be a lot of (civil unrest) happening in society next summer and fall. A lot of people are jobless, losing their homes, having to live rough (many for the first time in their lives)...people not being satisfied with the election for President...many, many people upset because they see that TPTB want us to enter another war...etc. There are going to be riots, violent acts and some destruction.

Really....practically anyone...can see all this coming. It is just a matter of time.

I think people need to stock up on extra food and water etc...because I think there is going to be a time period this year..that it will not be safe to leave our homes.




posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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I actually suspect that the arrogant police actions -- lavish pepper spraying of demonstrators already on the ground and clearly not violent, the gratuitous destruction of demonstrators' property - especially expensive and hand-to-replace stuff -- were DELIBERATELY intended to provoke a violent reaction at least from some demonstrators (maybe attracting a few hotheads who weren't involved until they saw the cops on TV), so the cops could be excused for beating with their clubs and maybe firing live ammo into the crowds. The cops in Oakland or NYC may have hoped to inspire this sort of violence, possibly in their own cities or maybe in other places where the TV news showed this brutality.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 12:35 PM
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I may upset some people with this post.
Sorry.

I'm going to buy stock in tear gas companies.

CHA-CHING!



(thank you occupy!
)



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 01:00 PM
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Regarding OWS and the 1%

I was doing some math and have a question. OWS claims to represent the 99% against the 1% Yet they themselves number at or around 1% [Thats being generous IMO] leaving 98% which is further divided with roughly 48% to each political party but not all 310,000,000 Million Americans vote. Of which roughly only 33% registered voters actually vote but of those who have voted 97% along party lines.

Now, How long would it take the train to reach the other side?



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 01:05 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by beezzer
 


Regarding OWS and the 1%

I was doing some math and have a question. OWS claims to represent the 99% against the 1% Yet they themselves number at or around 1% [Thats being generous IMO] leaving 98% which is further divided with roughly 48% to each political party but not all 310,000,000 Million Americans vote. Of which roughly only 33% registered voters actually vote but of those who have voted 97% along party lines.

Now, How long would it take the train to reach the other side?


Ponce De Leon.


(extra credit)
If Occupy represents the 99%
But you minus
Car poopers
Cross pee'ers
Rapists
Arsonists
Child molesters
Vandals
Theives
Drug abusers

How many are left?



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 01:08 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by beezzer
 


Regarding OWS and the 1%

I was doing some math and have a question. OWS claims to represent the 99% against the 1% Yet they themselves number at or around 1% [Thats being generous IMO] leaving 98% which is further divided with roughly 48% to each political party but not all 310,000,000 Million Americans vote. Of which roughly only 33% registered voters actually vote but of those who have voted 97% along party lines.

Now, How long would it take the train to reach the other side?


My brain hurts after reading this.......




posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 01:27 PM
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Originally posted by beezzer
(extra credit)
If Occupy represents the 99%
But you minus
Car poopers
Cross pee'ers
Rapists
Arsonists
Child molesters
Vandals
Theives
Drug abusers

How many are left?



Well Duh.
2% fat Milk.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 02:02 PM
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Well better get ready for the STHTF...To the forests!



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 02:49 PM
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I'd like to know, if Soros is funneling cash to these groups and all the (insert people you don't like here) are all jumping on the bandwagon to get their money, why has it been a colossal failure, nothing has been accomplished other than some education.


Why is it a failure?? Because what can a group expect to achieve by protesting??
Soros groups, such as the TIDES foundation, Adbusters and MoveOn.org have been involved in funding OWS…fact. They are obviously not the only funders though. My guess is that Soros wants to use OWS to create the civil unrest he and his cronies need to collapse the system. He’s done it in other countries exactly the same way. It’s NOT OVER yet…Stay tuned!


So, i must ask, how exactly is funding YOU? Who exactly is handing you the talking points you love to reiterate here constantly? Is it Obama? Is Obama secretly funding groups of people like you?


Talking points? So if I use the same lingo or same info in more than one post it’s a talking point?
That’s like not wearing the same shirt more than once! Can I hold you to the same standard?


See, kinda leaves a bad taste in your mouth when someone assumes you are being paid to hold the opinions you do, because they don't agree with you. At least it does for me.


I am not getting paid…but if you know someone willing to pay me then PM me!



Better yet, why haven't you started a group to make sure YOUR voice is heard, instead of spending your time trying to silence others. That, my friend, is American.And don't dare tell me you already did and it's the tea party, because going by your methods, the tea party is nothing but a bunch of redneck hill billies drinking moonshine and polishing their shotguns while looking for a black man to lynch.


I am involved in my local Tea Party but I certainly didn’t start the movement. I haven’t seen anyone at the Tea Party who fits the description you gave but I’ll keep an eye out, OK?

What I haven’t done (or seen at a Tea Party function) is burn trash cans, drop deuce on a cop car, break windows, urinate on the street, etc. in protest of the government.


Of course, that's just a pathetic tiny minority of the tea party, but according to you, the tiny idiot minority IS the entire movement. Check mate.


Check Mate??? OH you’re GOOD! You got me! How can I come back after THAT??


The Tea Party has made a huge impact in politics over the past several years…people on both sides admit that (everyone but you). What has OWS accomplished again??? I’m waiting!!!

Oh, that’s right! They RAISED AWARENESS!


Don't worry! OWS will serve a bigger purpose soon. When Soros and the libs give the order, there will be choas on the streets once again compliments of OWS.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 02:58 PM
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I am suspicious of the statement "Occupy to turn violent". I am just wondering if Occupy does turn violent...that may happen... because TPTB have planted people within Occupy to start violence and then keep it going.


This very well could be the case. Many claimed that “plants” were responsible for previous violence at OWS.


Apart from Occupy....I think there is going to be a lot of (civil unrest) happening in society next summer and fall. A lot of people are jobless, losing their homes, having to live rough (many for the first time in their lives)...people not being satisfied with the election for President...many, many people upset because they see that TPTB want us to enter another war...etc. There are going to be riots, violent acts and some destruction.

Really....practically anyone...can see all this coming. It is just a matter of time.


I tend to think the same way as you…seems inevitable. I hope Obama does the unthinkable and changes course this year…you know, like maybe live up to his 3 year promise of focusing on job creation. If the Republican nominee really inspires Americans then I think the economy could turn around even before the new POTUS takes office. Time will tell...


I think people need to stock up on extra food and water etc...because I think there is going to be a time period this year..that it will not be safe to leave our homes.


Good advice…and we’re not alone on this. I’d bet Survival Preparedness is the fastest growing industry in the country right now.


I know gun sales have skyrocketed!



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 03:23 PM
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It hasn't gone away. Its still simmering underneath.

With no economic hope on the horizon its too early to tell how things will play out. Not one single thing has been fixed since 2008 and as the economic reality and media approved reality become ever more divergent the discontent that created it will increase in line with the unemployed.

You can't defeat outrage at corruption with a baton. You can simply silence it. For a while.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 03:48 PM
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Originally posted by SLAYER69
reply to post by beezzer
 


Regarding OWS and the 1%

I was doing some math and have a question. OWS claims to represent the 99% against the 1% Yet they themselves number at or around 1% [Thats being generous IMO] leaving 98% which is further divided with roughly 48% to each political party but not all 310,000,000 Million Americans vote. Of which roughly only 33% registered voters actually vote but of those who have voted 97% along party lines.

Now, How long would it take the train to reach the other side?


I never was good at math!!


I’ll take a guess and say…

I think the OWS train has left the station but:

• there is nobody driving the train, and
• the passengers have become unruly and begun to defecate throughout the train, and
• the police may stop the train, and
• Nobody on the train paid their fare, and
• The 1% owns the train and are steering it on another course, and
• The passengers heard there were jobs on the other side so they’ve begun to jump off the train

So the answer is - the train WILL NEVER reach the other side!



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 03:53 PM
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damn you soro damn you to hell



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 04:26 PM
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Tides foundation.

OWSoros is still here trying to start martial law.

See if you protest you cause martial law.

If you don't protest them more fascist laws get passed.

The nwo wins either way. Its ok though. The only thing that can beat the nwo is the nwo.
And that's whats going to happen.
Their too arrogant to ever see that coming.
If they "win". Mankind loses.

We end up nearly extincting ourselves because of power,control and greed.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 11:30 PM
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If you need a Job,OWS is hiring...........


In tactics similar to ones used by a former ACORN group in New York City during the Occupy Wall Street movement, a Chicago-based not-for-profit paid people to attend protests that backed the closing of public schools. Two of the “rent-a-protestors” reportedly blew the whistle on the Hope Organization, claiming that they were offered money to attend the rallies back on Jan. 6 and that they were provided with pre-made signs and prepared scripts.



Both men told the Chicago Sun-Times that they didn’t realize the intent of the rally, supporting the closure of certain schools, until the last minute. Thaddeus Scott, 35, says he was promised $50 dollars to speak at the rally, which he was told was “for schools.” He says he was stiffed $25 after the head of the Hope organization, the Rev. Roosevelt Watkins III, complained that Scott had publicly revealed that he was compensated for speaking at the hearing. “I don’t want the $25 he [Watkins] owes me. He can keep his dirty money,” Scott told the Sun-Times. “They thought for a few dollars they could get us to say whatever they want. ... We were preyed upon.”


Chicago community group accused of paying individuals to participate in school protest



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