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- The Blaze: Video Exposing How ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Was Organized From Day One by SEIU/ACORN Front – The Working Family Party, and How They All Tie to the Obama Administration, DNC, Democratic Socialists of America, Tides and George Soros
Of course, SEIU laid out the plans for Occupy Wall Street Months ago, as brought to you by the Blaze in this exclusive video…
- The Blaze: Cheering Economic Terrorism – SEIU Getting Ready to ‘Terrify’ DC: Stephen Lerner at SEIU Meeting Outlines Rules for Creating a Crisis — We Want Their Kids to Hate Them, Name Enemies Like Glenn Beck, Shut Down Bridges, Long Occupations, Recruit Tea Party
- The Blaze: Glenn Reveals: The Video Montage Showing Who’s Been Calling for Wealth Redistribution
On TV Thursday night, Glenn played a video montage of various faith, political, and economic leaders — in their own words — trumpeting Marxist philosophy. He played it again on radio Friday. We’ve included it below so you can see it again.
Who does it star? There’s Jim Wallis, Donald Berwick, Van Jones, and even President Obama…
- The Blaze: Shocking Video: Frances Fox Piven & Fellow Professors Indoctrinating College Students at CUNY To Get Involved and Be Ready For Violent Street Battles & Breaking Down Capitalism
- Spengler: Wall Street Protestors Have Met the Enemy and It Is They
America is the land of opportunity, and never before the great housing bubble has a Ponzi scheme drawn such a wide base of support and benefited so many people. This was the most democratic scam in history, and if you got in on the first half of it, you’re still better off. The big losers were not homeowners, but the bankers. A quick look at the numbers shows how misinformed are the protesters running around Wall Street. Instead of picketing the bankers, they should pair off and picket each other. I ran through the numbers recently in an Asia Times Online essay. Here’s the story of the People’s Ponzi scheme in a nutshell:
Household real estate assets rose nearly two-and-a-half times from around $9 trillion in 1998 to $23 trillion at the peak of the bubble in 2006. Bank stocks (a pretty good proxy for bankers’ net worth, as most of compensation for management is in stock) had a smaller bounce, from around 80 on the KBW index to a 2006 peak of 117, a gain of less than 50%.
That’s not surprising, for households could buy a house with 5% or 10% down, and deduct the mortgage interest from their taxable income. A homeowner who bought a US$100,000 home with a $5,000 down payment doubled his original stake every year as home prices rose 10% per annum. Return on equity of 100% to 200% was common for homeowners; Goldman Sachs’ return on equity never made it above the mid-30% range…
- Tundra Tabloids: The Deadbeat Protestors of Corporations on Wall Street
- Andrew Breitbart: ‘Capitalism: Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down?’ My Journey Through #OCCUPYLA
Me and my very own SEIU “minder” take a journey onto the streets, up to the banks, and into the minds of the grassroots and populist (I swear. No, really. This is really, really spontaneous stuff) #OccupyWallStreet movement. (Side note: my strategy to go incognito by not wearing any product in my hair was an utter failure.)…
- Frank Salvato: #OccupyWallSt When the Greedy Feign Outrage
“Greedy: Excessively or inordinately desirous of wealth, profit, etc.; avaricious.”
By now, no doubt, you have heard about the “incredible” Occupy Wall Street Movement taking place on and around Wall Street; a movement whose organizers claim is “organic” and spreading across the globe, not unlike the so-called “Arab Spring.” There are a few problems with this claim, however. First, the movement is anything but “organic.” And second, for the most part, the “Arab Spring” has facilitated the rise of radical Islamist factions to the courts of power. Incredible indeed…
- Winds of Jihad: Obama’s ‘Spontaneous’ Wall Street Racket
According to eye witnesses, when people ran to tell nearby police about the man defecating on the squad car they were ignored.