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Old 23-11-2011, 06:03 AM   #1401 (permalink)
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^What is our alternative to the government being the solution, Boon Mee? Should we have anarchy? Should we allow corporations to rule?

What is your good idea?
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Boontard has no idea's of his own. He is a cut and paste bot for the far right nutcases.
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Fox News calls pepper spray a food product

If you’re hungry for some last-minute holiday recipes before Thanksgiving comes around, look no further than the Fox News channel.
If you turned your tube to the news network yesterday, you would have heard personality Megyn Kelly reveal that pepper-spray makes a dandy seasonal treat.

Commenting on Friday’s assault on protesters at the University of California, always eloquent and thought provoking Fox analyst Kelly said that she didn’t quite get what all the hubbub was about.
“It's, like, a derivative of actual pepper," she told Bill O’Reilly on Monday. "It's a food product, essentially."

A food product nearly 20 times stronger than the hottest habanero pepper, linked to deaths, can cause cell and eyeball damage and issued to the US military, that is. Sounds scrumptious.

This of course leads one to wonder why protesters are complaining that police used, you know, essentially a food product on them at point-blank range during a peaceful sit-in on Friday. Sure, two people were hospitalized and the actions from campus cops have led to two officers so far being placed on administrative leave, but wasn’t it tasty?

Oh, Megyn.

Adding more analysis to the incident which has since caused international outrage, Kelly said “I don't know if from a legal standpoint the cops did anything wrong." In addition to their dismissal, however, the chancellor of UC Davis has since publically apologized and thousands of students have rallied for her resignation.

"I'm here to apologize. I feel horrible for what happened Friday,"
Chancellor Linda Katehi told a crowd on Monday. "If you think you don't want to be students of the university we had on Friday, I'm just telling you, I don't want to be the chancellor of the university we had on Friday."

Of course this isn’t the first time that Kelly dumbed down the weaponry as something not worth screaming in agony over. During the assaults on protesters in New York City during the early days of Occupy Wall Street, Kelly called cries and screams coming from injured demonstrators an “overreaction” and has repeatedly criticized participants for their involvement in the movement.

And if you’re wondering what delicacies to douse this holiday season with pepper spray, keep in mind that protester David Buscho, 22, tells the Associated Press that the blast he suffered last week at UC Davis left him “powerless to do anything” and tasted “like hot glass.”

From all of us at RT, we suggest pairing a few bursts of Defense Technology Corp’s MK-4 pepper spray dispenser with stuffing this season. We recommend a cabernet as well to cleanse the palate in between gulps of that exquisite, burning glass taste.

If you did manage to catch Kelly’s discussion of the police’s totally legitimate use of excessive force yesterday, you might not know exactly what she was talking about, though. A new poll from Farleigh Dickinson University reveals that resides of New Jersey that go to Fox for their news are less informed than those who watch no news altogether.

https://rt.com/usa/news/fox-pepper-food-product-975/
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Banks spend more on lobbying than ever

It’s no surprise that banks have it easy right now. How is it though that they are posting record profits while thousands of Americans rally against them? It turns out that banks are spending more money on lobbying than ever.

Much to the chagrin of the Occupy Wall Street protesters, it looks doubtful that any regulations will come to the banking industry in the near future that will change how the institutions operate. Recent reports suggest that while quarterly profits for banks are at the highest they’ve been in four years, they are spending more money than ever in Washington lobbying against legislation that could cost them money.

A report in the Charlotte Observer reveals that lobbying has gone up 12 percent in the first three quarters of 2011 so far, with the industry throwing down $47 million already this year on lobbying. For Wells Fargo, one of the most successful banks in the country, they’re spending 80 percent more on lobbying this year than they did in 2010. The paper adds that at the current rate in lobbying increases, the amount spent before this year’s end should set a record for the sixth straight year.

"If these firms and these organizations keep spending money at the rate they've been spending it, they will shoot through the ceiling again this year,"
Michael Beckel of the Center for Responsive Politics adds to the Observer.

And while the banks bring in more money than ever, the only one suffering are the customers, who are continuously suffered to increasing fees during a recession while banksters get big bonuses. With the number of lobbyists growing astronomically, the connection between Washington and Wall Street — the very root of the Occupy protests sweeping the country — is being made more and more clear.

“What we are facing here in the United States is a critical situation, a dangerous situation, where corporations are truly running the country – they are buying off, very blatantly, our politicians,”
Occupy DC protester Ann Wright told RT. “That’s why we are out in the streets all over America to say no to this corruption and graft.”

“Who is lobbying for Wall Street? Wall Street has lobbyists in Washington DC, allowing them to take the money from the poor and give it to the rich,”
added investigative journalist George Mapp. Radio host Stephen Lendman shares that exact sentiments as well, having told RT, “Whoever controls the power of money has supreme power. The bankers in Wall Street have the power of money and literally run the government. Goldman Sachs runs the government, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America – they run the government. This has to stop. The people in the streets across America have to understand this and demand that the power of money returns to the Congress.”

To the Observer, Michael Beckel adds that those demands are likely not to be met.
"There's a lot that these banks are interested in, and they want to make sure that they get as favorable treatment as possible,” says Beckel.
With more money going into Washington from Wall Street than ever, things seem to be only getting better for the banks.


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Good luck with that Misskit. I've asked him several times in one form or another and he always ignores or dances around the question. I think he's just afraid to come out and admit he's a 100% plutocrat supporter - then he'd never hear the end of it.
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^Boontard doesn't even know what a plutocrat is to big a word for him.

He has enough trouble just reading, spelling and writing basic English. That is why he cuts and pastes all the comics and pictures. He skips over the articles.

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Good luck with that commie revolution...
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Now this is a real good idea for getting the economy back on its feet - NOT!



http://occupywallst.org/article/occu...-day-nov-2526/
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#OCCUPYXMAS Kicks Off with Buy Nothing Day, Nov 25/26 | OccupyWallSt.org

Thanks for the heads up on this. I'm a bit ahead of the game. I did not buy anything today.... Wow, I feel like a revolutionary.....maybe I'll dust off me old Che Guevara poster and put it back up on the wall.....
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Then they'll complain when they get laid off their jobs because no ones spending any money.
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Then they'll complain when they get laid off their jobs because no ones spending any money.
That's OK, all in support of the Revolution, man!
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I think this post is very important it shows a Retired Philadelphia police captain being arrested in full uniform at the OWS protest in NYC;

Sitting against a wall in full dress uniform with his hands cuffed behind him, this is former Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis being arrested during the Occupy Wall St protests.

The ex-cop was taking part in the demonstrations in New York when he was detained by fellow officers who put toughened plastic bands around his wrists and shoved him to the floor.

Startling footage posted on YouTube shows his uniform blending in with a dozen other officers - before they grab him and haul him away.



Earlier he had been seen walking around holding up a sign in the face of riot cops saying: ‘NYPD don’t be Wall St mercenaries’.



He added that he would be back out on the streets as soon as he was released.

Until 2004 he was a captain in Philadelphia’s police department, one of the few in the US which can rival New York for size or complexity.

He said that New York not handling things in the right way.

‘They complained about the park being dirty,’ he said.

‘Here they are worrying about dirty parks when people are starving to death, where people are freezing, where people are sleeping in subways and they’re concerned about a dirty park.

‘That’s obnoxious, it’s arrogant, it’s ignorant, it’s disgusting.’

Lewis was among the 300 arrested during the ‘Day of Action’ on November 17 to protest against how New York mayor Michael Bloomberg was handling the protests.


Enraged: Mr Lewis, pictured speaking to reporters, called his fellow officers 'workers for the 1 per cent'

He had spent most of the day near Zuccotti Park in Manhattan and was giving interviews whilst holding up a sign which read: ‘NYPD watch: Inside job'.

Mr Lewis lambasted his fellow officers as being ‘workers for the 1 per cent and they don’t even realise it’, a reference to what the protesters claim are the few who run the U.S.

He also attacked the harsh tactics of the NYPD as unacceptable and said that they had to end.

Speaking after the Day of Action, he said: ‘You should, by law, only use force to protect someone’s life or to protect them from being bodily injured.

'If you’re not protecting somebody’s life or protecting them from bodily injury, there’s no need to use force.

‘And the number one thing that they always have in their favor that they seldom use is negotiation - continue to talk, and talk and talk to people.

‘You have nothing to lose by that. This bullrush - what happened last night is totally uncalled for when they did not use negotiation long enough.’

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Then they'll complain when they get laid off their jobs because no ones spending any money.
The point is to draw attention to consumption and consumerism and the negative aspects that has on the planet and humans in general.

Case in point;



This is what is on the feeble minds of many in the US right now. It is disgusting and almost unescapable. Every tv channel is pushing this ad and many like it. Every year here someone gets hurt on this pathetic shopping day.



Pay attenion to this;



All this for a bunch of junk that they could have found a better deal online.

One more..


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Now this is a real good idea for getting the economy back on its feet - NOT!
Haven't seen that particular poster but there are plenty of Occupy posters in people's yards, on utility poles, and in shop windows asking people to avoid the big retailers this year by buying from local shops.
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Now this is a real good idea for getting the economy back on its feet - NOT!
Haven't seen that particular poster but there are plenty of Occupy posters in people's yards, on utility poles, and in shop windows asking people to avoid the big retailers this year by buying from local shops.
That's more like it.
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As an American you have to ask yourself, do you feel more ashamed for the negative consequences of this policeman's action, or for the wholly inaccurate and inarticulate moronic mud slinging that has been added to the picture...?

It's shameful that this type of petty hatred and defamation, peddled by a minority of questionable characters is celebrated by such a large portion of the population.

This idiocy and bigotry is the worst aspect of American culture displayed on the world stage as worthy of consideration and pride.

This is why America is so despised and why so many would gladly see it fail.

It is the 99% that can change the course of American history for the better and improve Americas standing in world opinion, they are the ones that you should be proud of and celebrated as worthy of consideration.

To deride them is to throw away your own heritage and to help demolish what little is left of your country's future.
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^Destined to go down in history as a low point in modern America.

John Pike, the pepper spraying cop is already being mocked. Take a look at some of the photoshopped images showing him pepper spraying at historical events. He sprays Rosa Parks on the bus, the Beatles crossing Abby Road, and shows up in Guernica among other situations.

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Reddit inspired Occupy Wall street by LovesickRobotStudios on Etsy
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Some revolution radio

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