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May 1, 2012

Everything You Need To Know About The Occupy Movement In Just One Photo

Topics: Political News and commentaries

It's May Day, the annual lunatic celebration of socialists, communists, and labor unions around the world (yes, the left actually believes poverty, tyranny, loss of freedom, and mass murder are things to celebrate) ... and the far-left labor, immigration, and Occupy activists are out together conjuring up general mayhem, wreaking havoc, breaking windows, cursing at cops, sending white powder to banks, and telling everyone else not to work.

As J.D. Longstreet reminds us, here in America this is the day when socialists, communists, labor unions, and the loony radical leftists of OWS link arms and demand redistribution of the wealth of the nation's taxpayers. In other words: "Take from the Makers and give to the Takers."

Meanwhile, Twitter follower and cartoonist John Richards sent Michelle Malkin this image he drew that tells you everything you need to know (and that she's been reporting) about the Occupy tools and their backers:

Occupy photo.jpg

Related video (also via Michelle) - Be sure to take the time to watch the full EAGNews.com report on the chess players -- especially the teacher's union -- behind the war on Wisconsin's fiscal conservatives:

[The] video report [discloses] who and what were behind the massive demonstrations, the occupation of the Capitol in Madison, and extreme tactics employed to stop Walker's reforms from being enacted.

Titled "Anarchy 101: How Wisconsin's Left Embraces Chaos," the report takes us through the protests, legal challenges and subsequent recall efforts of 2011 and 2012. It features Brett Healy and Brian Fraley of the MacIver Institute, Collin Roth of Media Trackers, an unidentified citizen journalist on the ground for many of the protests, and State Sen. Alberta Darling, a target of death threats, intimidation tactics, and a failed recall attempt last year.

It also features two teachers, including Kenosha's Kristi Lacroix, and a school board member who would not be silenced by the radicals' intimidation tactics and spoke to EAGnews about the benefits of Scott Walker's reforms.

Related:
OWS Leader Rejects Representative Government, Cites Marx
May Day For Communists Or Mayhem Day For OWS

Posted by Hyscience at May 1, 2012 11:46 AM



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