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The Dark, Violent Side of the Occupy Wall Street Protests

While the liberal mainstream media continues to paint a false story about the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters, a dark side to the movement has come to light.  Beyond the sex in public, use and sale of illicit drugs and downright disgusting and unsafe hygiene practices, violent actions and hatred are at the core of many of these Marxists.  Many of them are blatantly anti-Semitic, as protesters draw the obvious stereotype that all of Wall Street and bankers are Jews.  While some in the movement try to distance themselves from the anti-Semites, it's more than likely to protect OWS from being associated with such hatred, rather than actually disagreeing.  At the core of the movement, though, is the destruction of capitalism and civil society in America.  That does not happen without violence.

The hacker group Anonymous has gotten involved.  On Wednesday, the New York Stock Exchange's (NYSE) website came to a crawl, which many believe Anonymous was behind.  The group proclaimed that the NYSE's website would disappear from the internet.  They've hacked Bank of America's website in the past, among many others.  The bigger concern would be a run on the banks.  This is when customers, primarily Occupy Wall Street losers, withdraw all of their money from the banks at the same time.  This would cause massive panic.  It would be economic terrorism.

READ:  Electronic Run on the Banks Nearly Collapsed Economy

During the 2008 financial meltdown and housing market collapse (thanks Barney Frank, Chris Dodd and the liberal mentality that everyone has the right to own a home!), there was an extremely serious and under-reported electronic run on the banks to the tune of $500 billion.  The Treasury had to pump money into the system so it didn't collapse.  This went on behind the scenes without the public's knowledge, for the most part.  The bigger fear, of course, was panic.  The situation is troubling because it's never been resolved as to who was responsible.  The public deserves to know.  

That type of panic would be advertised as success by Occupy Wall Street.  Granted, they wouldn't have the slightest clue of how to enforce their Marxist, liberal wet dreams.

What was reported as rumor with no proof against the Tea Party, threats of violence and racism - why are there so many white people? - are almost second nature to this disease-infested mess.  There have actually been threats of violence against Wall Street executives.  This is part of personalizing the attack, a key component to Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals.  Aside from that fat slob Roseanne Barr, who called for bankers to be beheaded, some of these miscreant Marxists actually want successful people killed.  There's a line and that message is way over it.  

There still are postings that talk about taxing the 1 percent more severely or even throwing them in jail. "But then," says Schiavone, "there's an increase in 'let's kill' them. We see 'eat the rich,' 'kill the wealthy.' There are images circulating of senior executives being decapitated, images of blood. Artists are releasing images of banks on fire."

Make no mistake, this is no grassroots movement.  They have the support of the White House, the Democratic Party and liberal organizations throughout America.  Some are being paid to join the protest.  House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said "God bless them."  This is all connected to President Obama's 2012 re-election and is designed to promote fear.  The Democrats are using the movement for political points to get their minions in ACORN and Organizing for America to hit the streets even harder in 2012.  What they may not know is that many if the Occupy movement - insert any large city - despises America, it's principles and truly agree with Obama's 2008 presidential promise: "We are five days away of fundamentally transforming the United States of America."

Chuck Justice is the editor-in-chief for Habledash.

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