November 9, 2011

New whiteboard video: Why leftists, communists, & anti-semites support Occupy Wall Street

(Source: youtube.com)

November 3, 2011
Last night the Marxist vagrants of Occupy Oakland rioted
They destroyed property, engaged in felony breaking and entering, and trespassed. They’re the .01%.

Last night the Marxist vagrants of Occupy Oakland rioted

They destroyed property, engaged in felony breaking and entering, and trespassed. They’re the .01%.

October 27, 2011
AK-47 at #OccupyAtlanta

AK-47 at #OccupyAtlanta

October 27, 2011

Occupy Los Angeles: To Hell With Solidarity, But Wait… Free Food Stamps!!

My son and I confront the Marxist and anarchist vagrants. 

(Source: youtube.com)

October 26, 2011
An Evil Cop Doing Evil Things At #OccupyOakland

An Evil Cop Doing Evil Things At #OccupyOakland

October 26, 2011
That’s about the truth!

That’s about the truth!

October 26, 2011

Marxists and Anarchists at #OccupyOakland Tear Gassed and Flashbanged #ows! Awesome.

As an unruly mob, this is what you get when you violate an order to disperse.

All the leftist vagrants know how to do is respond with tears and f-bombs… oh, and coughing.

Hilarious. 

(Source: youtube.com)

October 24, 2011

The Vatican is supportive of Marxist redistribution of wealth and #occupywallstreet

They even want global regulation, and admit that they’re to the left of Obama and Pelosi. Gross. 

(Source: youtube.com)

October 22, 2011
More Self-Described Socialists @ Occupy Wall Street

More Self-Described Socialists @ Occupy Wall Street

October 22, 2011
Topless Hermaphrodites At Occupy Wall Street…

Topless Hermaphrodites At Occupy Wall Street…

October 18, 2011

Howard Stern Exposes Occupy Wall St. Morons (lotsa profanity)

These kids are completely moronic.

(Source: youtube.com)

October 17, 2011

Occupy Los Angeles — A Capitalist confronts the 99% - OccupyLA

(Source: youtube.com)

October 17, 2011
Communist Party USA Solidarity With Occupy Wall Street
Here’s what the “american” Communist rejects have to say about Occupy Wall Street:

Southern California Party leader Arturo Cambron will share how the CPUSA and Young Communist League (YCL) are working in “Occupy Los Angeles.” 
 
This movement, also known as the “99% movement,” is being hailed across the country. Movements and organizations are reaching out in solidarity. The AFL-CIO is opening union halls and offering other material assistance. Ordinary people are donating food, money and materials. In many areas, the “Occupy Movement” is linking up with the National American Wants to Work Week of Actions, Oct. 10-16. No doubt the “Arab Spring” demonstrations and those that exploded in Wisconsin, Ohio and elsewhere have inspired it. But underlying it all is the economic crisis, the massive unemployment and growing realization that nothing is getting better, and in fact we may be slipping into a “double dip” crisis. The crushing student debt and the feeling of being locked out of society with no future compound this. The movement is the newest wrinkle in the all-people’s upsurge against the banks and corporations and reflects a new level of class-consciousness. While there is a wide range of political and ideological trends, there is a consensus against corporate greed, getting money out of politics, taxing the rich and putting people before profits. A big challenge for the CPUSA and left, progressive movements is to link these demonstrations with the labor led all-people’s coalition and help deepen understanding that the path to progress must be through electoral and political action including defeating Republican Tea Party reaction in 2012. Of primary importance is linking it with the burgeoning fight for jobs and especially passage of the American Jobs Act. We can also play a role in offering more advanced programmatic ideas like nationalizing the banks and socialism. To have a positive impact, the CPUSA and YCL must be a part of the “Occupy” movement, participating at every level and building greater local support for the actions among labor and progressive forces.
See you all on the call October 11!
We have many materials at cpusa.org that can be downloaded including:
Feeling Locked Out of the American Dream?(PDF) Tax the Rich flyer(PDF) American Jobs Act petition(PDF)Jobs Act Fact Sheet(PDF)
Check here to see how you can get linked up to the action on Wall Street and nationally: 
www.occupywallst.orgwww.occupytogether.org (National Occupy website)
Check here for excellent coverage in the People’s World: 
L.A. joins the ‘We are the 99 percent’ movementUnions help Wall Street ‘occupiers’ rock New YorkWall Street occupation: And the walls will come tumbling downSpotlight is on jobs as “occupy” protests intensifyOccupy Chicago: ‘For as long as it takes to end corporate greed’'Occupy' demonstrations erupt in St. Louis
Photo: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 — Oct. 1 in Los Angeles. Rossana Cambron/PW

Communist Party USA Solidarity With Occupy Wall Street

Here’s what the “american” Communist rejects have to say about Occupy Wall Street:

Southern California Party leader Arturo Cambron will share how the CPUSA and Young Communist League (YCL) are working in “Occupy Los Angeles.” 

This movement, also known as the “99% movement,” is being hailed across the country. Movements and organizations are reaching out in solidarity. The AFL-CIO is opening union halls and offering other material assistance. Ordinary people are donating food, money and materials.
 
In many areas, the “Occupy Movement” is linking up with the National American Wants to Work Week of Actions, Oct. 10-16.
 
No doubt the “Arab Spring” demonstrations and those that exploded in Wisconsin, Ohio and elsewhere have inspired it. But underlying it all is the economic crisis, the massive unemployment and growing realization that nothing is getting better, and in fact we may be slipping into a “double dip” crisis. The crushing student debt and the feeling of being locked out of society with no future compound this.
 
The movement is the newest wrinkle in the all-people’s upsurge against the banks and corporations and reflects a new level of class-consciousness.
 
While there is a wide range of political and ideological trends, there is a consensus against corporate greed, getting money out of politics, taxing the rich and putting people before profits.
 
A big challenge for the CPUSA and left, progressive movements is to link these demonstrations with the labor led all-people’s coalition and help deepen understanding that the path to progress must be through electoral and political action including defeating Republican Tea Party reaction in 2012.
 
Of primary importance is linking it with the burgeoning fight for jobs and especially passage of the American Jobs Act.
 
We can also play a role in offering more advanced programmatic ideas like nationalizing the banks and socialism.
 
To have a positive impact, the CPUSA and YCL must be a part of the “Occupy” movement, participating at every level and building greater local support for the actions among labor and progressive forces.

See you all on the call October 11!

We have many materials at cpusa.org that can be downloaded including:

Feeling Locked Out of the American Dream?(PDF)
 
Tax the Rich flyer(PDF)
 
American Jobs Act petition(PDF)

Jobs Act Fact Sheet(PDF)

Check here to see how you can get linked up to the action on Wall Street and nationally: 

www.occupywallst.org
www.occupytogether.org (National Occupy website)

Check here for excellent coverage in the People’s World: 

L.A. joins the ‘We are the 99 percent’ movement
Unions help Wall Street ‘occupiers’ rock New York
Wall Street occupation: And the walls will come tumbling down
Spotlight is on jobs as “occupy” protests intensify
Occupy Chicago: ‘For as long as it takes to end corporate greed’
'Occupy' demonstrations erupt in St. Louis

Photo: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0Oct. 1 in Los Angeles. Rossana Cambron/PW

October 17, 2011
Occupy Yellow Brick Road
Wanting a brain and wanting to bone are just like the #ows kids.

Occupy Yellow Brick Road

Wanting a brain and wanting to bone are just like the #ows kids.

October 17, 2011
Barack Obama Shows His Support For Occupy Wall Street

And the Occupy Wall Street lunacy continues.
Sunday was a momentous occasion at the National Mall in Washington, DC, as the dedication of a new memorial honoring Martin Luther King finally took place. As would be expected, many dignitaries, President Obama included, attended.
The president, however, took an opportunity during his remarks to tentatively offer support to protesters in New York City and at several other locations around the world when he stated, “Dr. King would want us to challenge the excesses of Wall Street without demonizing those who work there.” According to the Financial Times, “Mr. Obama had previously said the protests ‘express the frustration’ of ordinary Americans with the financial sector.

Obama supports #occupywallstreet, but he hired a bunch of Goldman Sachs employees for his administration. But isn’t Goldman Sachs one of the largest Wall Street banks? Yup.

Barack Obama Shows His Support For Occupy Wall Street

And the Occupy Wall Street lunacy continues.

Sunday was a momentous occasion at the National Mall in Washington, DC, as the dedication of a new memorial honoring Martin Luther King finally took place. As would be expected, many dignitaries, President Obama included, attended.

The president, however, took an opportunity during his remarks to tentatively offer support to protesters in New York City and at several other locations around the world when he stated, “Dr. King would want us to challenge the excesses of Wall Street without demonizing those who work there.” According to the Financial Times, “Mr. Obama had previously said the protests ‘express the frustration’ of ordinary Americans with the financial sector.

Obama supports #occupywallstreet, but he hired a bunch of Goldman Sachs employees for his administration. But isn’t Goldman Sachs one of the largest Wall Street banks? Yup.