Friday, October 14, 2011

’Opie’ Was Confronted With Alinsky-Like Tactics At Occupy Wall Street

(Content warning – strong language)
At the very end of the clip you may have noticed two women reacting to being recorded. Opie said that he stopped recording at that moment, but the confrontation continued and, in fact, escalated.

Here is how that clash was described on the Opie and Anthony radio show the next morning: (Again – strong content warning – this is uncensored audio from satellite radio)
As you can hear, Opie was confronted and surrounded by more than two dozen of the protesters, chanting “Pervert, pervert, pervert!“ This is classic ”Alinsky” – In fact, it is right out of  Alinsky’s book “Rules for Radicals” – he taught his followers to:
Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.
If you see what the main stream media is doing it will make sense. Notice how they never ever show video of these people talking. They tell us what is happening but they never really show what is really happening at these protests. That is why no one trusts the media any more. They tell us what to think or what they think rather then show us the truth. Just like they did with the Tea Party. They told everyone about how violent they are and how they spit on the Black Caucus but there isn't any video proving what they say. The same thing here. They never show video of what is really happening at these rallies.

The longer these protest get the more people will realize what these people want. Free stuff and class warfare. They want the end of capitalism. When will someone ask them what they would replace capitalism with? I, like most Americans, want to hear what these protesters have to say. Let us make up our own minds after we listen to what they have to say.

The problem is these protesters say they want to be heard and then they run off everyone that is trying to video tape them and ask them some questions about their talking points. The Tea Party needs to get out in full force and video tape these protesters and ask them some questions on their talking points. That is the only way we will find out what these protesters are really doing and what they want.  We have a right to know everything these protesters want. The only way we will know everything is to ask them the questions the media wont ask.

It's also a good idea to look at how these people are acting so we get a clearer picture and some context to their anger. The Tea Party understands that people are upset with the way things are going. We are upset as well. All we want to know is why aren't they willing to look at all the facts to why things are the way they are. Talking points are fine for a start but maybe these protesters need to use their God given minds to think past the Soros, socialist rants and posters. No one is saying that capitalism is perfect, but nothing in this broken world is. But what are these protesters ideas on what to put in place of capitalism? If they have a better way to do something lets hear it. All I've seen is anger and running away when these protesters are asked to think about what they are saying.

The Tea Party seen the problem and came up with a solution that the voters stood behind and voted on. Other then anarchy and chaos what solutions have these Democratic Party protesters come up with? Let's debate the solution rather then the problem. No harm ever came out of debating an issue. But we all know this wont happen with these protesters. They don't want to debate anything. They just want to force their ways on the rest of Americans with their bully tactics. The problem for them is Americans don't want what they are selling and they know it. That is why they run away when pressed for deeper answers to what their talking points are. Like roaches they run away when a light is shown on them.

These socialist driven protests are destined to fail. They know this as well. Just because we are a free nation doesn't mean everything is free. Someone has to pay for what they want. These protesters will give up all our freedoms so they don't have to pay for education,food,health care or whatever.

If you are up for it let's debate the issues of the OWS protests. The Tea Party never had a problem with debating our issues and solutions to these problems. Let's hear it. Now is your chance to sell on your solutions to the common problem. We Tea Partiers aren't afraid to debate because we have faith in what we are saying.
Can you see why no one in the MSM is showing us what is really going on at these protests? Let's also look at who is supporting these protests. The Ayatollah Supports Occupy Wall Street. I wonder why our enemies support these protesters?


  1. Call Obama 202-456-1414 and Pelosi 202-225-4965 and tell them to speak out about these protesters and the racism.

  2. By Andrew Breitbart

    We’re in this for the long haul. There are no “solutions” that can be presented quickly to make us go away. And so there will be moments where our presence is no longer an uncomfortable and unknown variable, but rather is normalized and integrated. It’s in those moments that we have to push the envelop [sic], pry open the space of possibility even farther. We go as far as we can to destabalize [sic], but maintain momentum. And when that’s the new “normal” then we go farther. That’s how change happens, how we shift the terrain and the terms of the game.

    - Email in “Occupy” archive, “Re: Can OWS be turned into a Democratic Party Movement?”; Wednesday, October 12, 2011

    In keeping with the new media notion of crowdsourcing–enthusiastically embraced by the mainstream media when trawling through Sarah Palin’s emails–Big Government will be providing readers later today with links to a document drop consisting of thousands of emails.

    The email archive, created by a private cyber security researcher, appears to contain messages shared by the left’s anarcho-socialist activists during the strategic and daily tactical planning of the “Occupy Wall Street” and broader “Occupy” campaign this fall.


  3. The park that the mobs have "occupied", Zucotti Park, is a privately owned park. The park owners, citing sanitation and security issues, wanted the protesters to leave today so they could try to clean the park. But the mobs threatened police they would not leave and then Democrat city officials and lawmakers threatened the park owners to back down or else the lawmakers promised to make life difficult for the property management company that owns the park.

    And the mobs continued their shameful behavior, with 14 more protesters arrested following clashes with police. This comes as more and more of the mob leaders have called for the use of violence. On MSNBC today one analyst said that what the movement needed to grow even more was a Kent State moment.

    Today we also uncovered more evidence of Barack Obama's complicity with the protest mobs as his senior advisor, David Plouffe, told ABC News that Obama supported the mobs:

    It's truly outrageous and shameful that the president of the United States is siding with mobs that clash with law enforcement, intimidate and harass property owners and try to shut down Wall Street.

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  4. There seems to be little ground to share with the rag tag group of communists, hippies, and hipsters occupying Zuccotti Park in New York City. But, I am told by people who've been out surveying the crowds in other parts of the country—occupying Chicago to Atlanta—that there are some poor souls shivering and smelly that conservatives should not turn their backs on.

    In fact, a number of conservative thinkers are concerned that maybe, just maybe, we might be engaged in reaction instead of apologetics and are losing people to the left that we need not lose.

    I think most of the ground we could share with the occupy movement is superficial ground. Most of those on Wall Street want retribution and punishment of the rich. They've cast out greed, but are filled up with envy and jealousy.

    Elsewhere, there may be some common ground. Some of the protestors are just tired that they can't find a job and no one seems to want to help them. The issue, then, is not punishing the rich, but helping these people. And many conservatives agree that the deck has been stacked in favor of big corporations too. We're all opposed to TARP and bailouts and special tax loopholes that only benefit one company.

    We're all opposed to companies that have found it more useful to spend money on lobbyists to get a competitive advantage through law than to innovate and compete with upstart entrepreneurs. The solution then, it seems, is not more regulation and not to punish the successful. The solution is to actually level the playing field.

    Simplify the tax code. Deregulate. Make it easy for entrepreneurs to get started. Reduce the nanny-state, not expand it. The time is right for a conservative, populist anti-Wall Street movement. Most Americans do think the deck is stacked against them. But unlike the hipsters, hippies, and communists, most Americans do not want to punish the successful. They just want a level playing field.


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