Tag Archives: Civil Unrest

‘Make Them Pay for Their Crimes’: Hacker Group Anonymous Issues Chilling Warning to Israel Conference

TheBlaze…

The hacker collective known as Anonymous on Sunday took credit for crashing the website of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the same day it released a chilling video declaring the pro-Israel group its “enemy.”

The AIPAC website went down about an hour before President Barack Obama took the stage at organization’s annual policy conference in Washington, D.C., around the same time the group’s Twitter account said in a post: “Gosh, the AIPAC website sure looks TANGO DOWN to us. Wonder why?”

Several hours later, Anonymous released a video calling for “an occupation of AIPAC and the destruction of their websites.”

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It’s Coming: Union, Leftist Leaders Announce ‘99% Spring?’… and Training in ‘Places of Worship’

From The Blaze…

Since Occupy Wall Street seemingly went into hibernation (we note seemingly because the movement keeps popping up despite what some national outlets are reporting), The Blaze has brought you plenty of analysis theorizing that the spring could be an even bigger time for the movement. Now, it looks like those theories have been confirmed: the unions and other leftists have announced a “99% spring.”

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This Is the Comprehensive List of Those Supporting Occupy Wall St.

From Pajamas Media…

The 99%: Official list of Occupy Wall Street’s supporters, sponsors and sympathizers [Not Including All NGO’s and American Unions]


Communist Party USA

    Sources:

Communist Party USA, OWS speech, The Daily Caller


American Nazi Party

    Sources:

Media Matters, American Nazi Party, White Honor, Sunshine State News


Ayatollah Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran

    Sources:

The Guardian, Tehran Times, CBS News


Barack Obama

    Sources:

ABC News, CBS News, ForexTV, NBC New York

 

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JSN Editorial: Thoughts on Occupy Wallstreet/Occupy World – Knocking on The Door of Revolution

The popular uprisings across no less than 82 countries worldwide this past weekend offer no evidence to the mainstream instruction that this global movement is grassroots, spontaneous and unorganized by any larger cause. This protest movement has latched onto generally agreeable sentiments against the financial syndicate along with several other large generalizations that intentionally illicit support from most people who go no further than the surface of these pros. These seemingly vague  grievances which cleverly resonate with a large swatch of public opinion include: general mistrust and with the banking sector, frustration with the economy, frustration with unemployment all of which overshadow the unreported realities if your watching mainstream media.

Scratching the surface of these protests reveal several facts that you wont see on cable news:

1. These are well organized with big money and big influence quickly getting behind the movement.
a. Successful organization of global protests, riots and civil unrest
b. Reuters earlier this week reported possible financial links to billionaire philanthropist and king maker George Soros.
c. Since last Monday, we’ve seen President Obama along with members of congress, Hollywood, the Ayatollah Kahmenei of Iran, and even government officials of China and Russia have voiced support for the “revolution”.

2. These global protest movements have garnered support from various trade unions, labor unions and a slew of other big liberal think tanks including big NGO’s such as the Tides Foundation.

3. Rampant antisemitism has been reported

4. Prevailing themes of protesters a world over include, anti-capitalism, pro-socialism, pro-marxism, pro-communism, anti-America and pro-natzi ideologies.

5. Most importantly, all members of these protests whether they be college dropouts, the unemployed, communist/socialist/marxist agitators, anarchists, hippies and even the sporadic sane individuals are merely useful idiots to the propelling winds behind them. These winds seek to collapse not only America but the world in order to fulfill their own agenda.

Below is an essay discussing the nineteenth century birth of marxism and brief analysis of its progression into present day unrest. Note, this was written nearly six months prior to the beginnings of Occupy Wall Street.

Jeremiah Strong
April 8, 2011

The Proletariat is Knocking

            Seldom has such a profound fabrication been given so much credence as to shape and develop the minds and actions of men a world over.  For as long as society has breathed there has existed a long history of class struggles. Ancient times along into the Middle Ages encompassed progressions of societal architecture of which Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx saw as stepping stones to their ideal utopian society. At the time of its writing, the co-penned Manifesto of the Communist Party, better known as the Communist Manifesto, was sponsored in effort to quell growing capitalism in Europe and across the globe. Despite the failure of revolution in 1848, the struggle for violent revolution continues into the modern era with these teachings of which credit is mostly given to Karl Marx. This modern plight for global revolution not only continues but is embraced by those of many different ideologies with varied objectives.

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Day of ‘Global Revolution’ comes to London as thousands of demonstrators take over the City

Protest: Demonstrators hold placards as they stand on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral.

From The Daily Mail…

Protesters inspired by the growing ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement in the U.S have today taken over the City of London.

Thousands have descended on the area known as the Square Mile – under the banner ‘Occupy the Stock Exchange’ – for a ‘peaceful protest’ against the global financial system.

They had planned to take Paternoster Square, where the Stock Exchange is located, but police cordoned off the area prior to the protest.

A notice was put up stating the square is private property and access would be restricted. Police sources said a High Court injunction had been taken out to prevent members of the public from accessing the square.

Day of ‘Global Revolution’ around the world:

Rome

New York

South Africa

Germany

Spain

China

South Korea

Australia

Are You Ready? Demonstrators Plan Global Protest for Oct. 15

 

From TheBlaze…

After scattered popular demonstrations around the world, protesters are planning the next step: This time, it’s a global movement for change, set to kick off Saturday, Oct. 15.

But what exactly is “United for Global Change”? Its exact goals are a little vague, though uprising seems to be the key:

“Intolerable situation — corrupt system — global outrage. Tunisia, Egypt, Spain, Greece, Chile, Israel, India, USA. It’s time for us to unite. It’s time for them to listen. People of the world, rise up!” a video for the movement says.

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‘This Is Revolution Not Reform’ — Occupy Wall Street Organizer to ‘Excited’ Al Sharpton: We Are Anarchists and Revolutionaries,‘This Is the Beginning of a Revolution in This Country’

From CNBC…

Watch it here on TheBlaze

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Call For Totalitarian Government, Re-Election Of Obama

From InfoWars.com…

Despite their honest intentions, many of the Occupy Wall Street protesters are being suckered into a trap and calling for the very “solutions” that are part of the financial elite’s agenda to torpedo the American middle class – higher taxes and more big government.

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100 protesters burn American flag outside U.S. embassy in London during minute’s silence for 9/11

Anger: Members of the group Muslims Against Crusades burn the American flag during a protest outside the U.S. embassy in London

From The Daily Mail…

Protesters set fire to the U.S. flag outside the American embassy in London yesterday during a minute’s silence to mark the moment the first hijacked airliner hit the World Trade Centre.

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Fears rise as Egypt cracks down on press and liberties

From The Financial Times…

The authorities in Egypt have widened emergency laws and clamped down on the press, raising fears of a curtailment of the liberties gained after the popular uprising which toppled Hosni Mubarak, the former president, earlier this year.

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