Sunday, October 9, 2011

Danny Glover Calls for Warriors at Occupy LA

(Video Via HuffingtonPost)
In the clip above, actor and activist Danny Glover surprised Occupy LA demonstrators on Saturday in front of Downtown's City Hall. In the sweltering heat of the afternoon (it is certainly not fall yet in Los Angeles), Glover says participating on the weekends is not enough. “We need 24/7 warriors,” he cries out at the end of his speech.
Via the Huffington Post

"Warriors"? What do "warriors" do? So I take this as just one more call to violence and war on Americans and the private sector. Businesses and all Americans need to prepare for more of the violence coming out of these liberal lawless protests. It might not be a bad idea to get some pepper spray. They seem to go down like a ton of bricks when sprayed with it.


Panini and Company Cafe normally sells sandwiches to tourists in Lower Manhattan and the residents nearby, but in recent days its owner, Stacey Tzortzatos, has also become something of a restroom monitor. Protesters from Occupy Wall Street, who are encamped in a nearby park, have been tromping in by the scores, and not because they are hungry.

Ms. Tzortzatos’s tolerance for the newcomers finally vanished when the sink was broken and fell to the floor. She installed a $200 lock on the bathroom to thwart nonpaying customers, angering the protesters...
Several businesses said they had no choice but to respond to the influx of protesters by closing bathrooms.
Mike Keane, who owns O’Hara’s Restaurant and Pub, said that the theft of soap and toilet paper had soared and that one protester had used the bathroom but had failed to properly use the toilet. Both Ms. Tzortzatos, owner of the Panini and Company Cafe, and Mr. Keane said the protesters rarely bought anything, yet hurled curses when they were told that only paying customers could use their bathrooms.
Steve Zamfotis, manager of another nearby store, Steve’s Pizza, said: “They are pests. They go to the bathroom and don’t even buy a cup of coffee.”

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