October 10, 2011, - 4:41 pm

Occupy Wall Street Morons & Jew-Hatred; Plus Sean Hannity’s Attack on Wall St is the Same

By Debbie Schlussel

My favorite thing about the great unwashed and their “Occupy Wall Street” BS is all the social media and technology they are using . . . you know, social media and technology by companies that are listed (or seeking to be listed) on Wall Street and which have made their showered versions (like Mark Zuckerberg) gazillions in great disproportion to the average guy on the street.  Yet, instead of rallying against Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Disney, NBC Universal, or TimeWarner (CNN), they use their products and their technology, to get their silly class warfare message out.  And I certainly hope nobody out there is wearing anything by Nike (yes, a corporation headed by a billionaire), Ralph Lauren (ditto), etc.  Go to any of the “Occupy [insert name here]” protests around the country, and you’ll see this corporate produced garb and technology at each.  You’ll see the same at “Occupy Mosque.”  Oh, wait, there isn’t one of those movements because businessman who create wealth and products are the villains, not Muslims who use the technology the businesses produce . . . to blow people up.

And, then, there’s the Jew-hatred.  Is anyone really surprised by this?  Whenever there’s any event with even half a leftist involved, there is always anti-Semitism worn as a prominent accessory.  Anytime I walk by some left-wing demonstration, you know there’s some vegan lesbian and her transsexual hipster friend nearby passing out some purple jihad type of crap about the evil “JOOOOS” and Israel.  Why would anyone think the smelly quasi-souls of Occupy Wall Street would be any different?  I’ve heard from friends in New York that Muslim and pro-Palestinian groups have set up tables to pass out their pamphlets of hate against Israel and the Jews.  And then, there are the videos, the most blatant of which is the one filmed by a reporter for Glenn Beck TV, above.  Whenever there are chants against “Wall Street,” it’s almost always a veiled (or not so veiled) attack on the Jews.


They Were Occupy Wall Street Before It Was Hip: Sean Vannity & John Rich Preached Class Envy/Hate the Rich

And that goes on with the right as much with the left.  If you are against the message of “Occupy Wall Street,” then you must also be against Sean Hannity. He was pimping the OWS message before the OWS people were. He promotes songs attacking Wall Street on his show, as he’s frequently done.  He’s no different than they are, except that he lives in an ostentatious nouveau-riche mansion on Long Island with Wall Street neighbors, at the end of the day. If you look at the lyrics to the song, “Shuttin’ Detroit Down”–a song he praised and promoted endlessly on his show–it’s exactly the mantra you can hear from any greasy-haired guy in an army jacket at “Occupy Wall Street” and its “Occupy . . .” clones. When Sean Vannity repeatedly pushes a song attacking Wall Street and bankers, he means the same target as the Occupy crowd: jews.

Yes, wealthy-for-no-reason (other than that he’s a hack) Sean Vannity pimped the same message as the Occupy crowd long before they did.  And he’s done the Jew thing, too.  See “my good friend, Jim Traficant,” whose anti-Semitism Hannity proudly promoted on his airwaves on Yom Kippur a couple of years ago.

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Couldn’t agree anymore with you Schlussel, that song that John Rich of “Big & Rich” sang, “Shuttin Detroit Down” was sang in the 2009 Tea Party rally, I saw Sean Hannity’s show that night in April of 2009 during the Tea Party demonstration(s), and John Rich sang and promoted that song on SH’s show.

As for this so-called “OWS”, I believe this movement is endorsed and funded by George Soros himself. From what I learned last week on a talk show, moveon.org funded this movement, so I won’t be surprised if Soros has his finger-prints on this? Afterall, wasn’t moveon.org funded by George Soros during the Clinton administration when Bill Clinton was going through impeachment hearings by the house of representatives? Good article Debbie, I’m going to share this link on my facebook page (wall-section), if any of you who comments here on this blog of DS’s is on facebook, you can go onto my facebook page and comment the stories that I already linked!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on October 10, 2011 at 4:56 pm

This is directly contradicted by recent events though, and of course the fact that this guy was all but chased out of Zuccotti Park by these same supposedly anti-Semitic protestors. Here you go, Debbie:


“As sundown approached on Friday, a crowd of approximately 700 people gathered on the New York plaza for Kol Nidre prayers; similar services were held at Occupy Wall Street camps in Washington, Philadelphia, Boston.”

Last time I checked, a huge crowd of tolerance and inclusivity is more representative than lone nuts. Here you are committing the same kinds of fallacies perpetrated by the MSM against the Tea Party, saying they are lily White and full of people on Medicare paid Jazzy power scooters. Wake up! We are all in this struggle together–well, all of us but that 1% of course. They already have class war down to a science, not much of a struggle for them.

Mike Fink on October 10, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    Please, we are not dealing with a few little stragglers causing problems. For all of its problems, The Tea Party groups did not trash the places that they held their rallies in. I doubt that most of the crowds that I saw, whether in Seattle or New York City, could find work if there were only a 1% unemployment rate.

    Also, are these people going after Wall Street too: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/09/us/stop-the-machine-protest-closes-national-air-and-space-museum.html

    Whoever is paying you to troll is not getting their money’s worth.

    Worry01 on October 10, 2011 at 6:13 pm

    Hey Fink. If you really are 99% STRONG it should be EASY for you to get the power you want.

    If you are 99% strong how come you and your ilk lack so much power? Hmmmm?

    Skunky on October 10, 2011 at 6:34 pm

      One of those who count themselves among the “99%” they keep talking about, has some smarts and, while underemployed and largely disenfranchised, takes issue with the agenda of these useful tools on the street. In a letter to the editor published in today’s (Oct. 11) New York Post, he wrote:

      “I do not feel that this Occupy Wall Street circus properly represents me. I am for democratic capitalism, not socialism. The organizers of the protest are creating a list of demands for the government, but people like me didn’t have any say in that list. Who are these people?”

      More to the point: Who do those people think they are? (Besides Obama drones.)

      ConcernedPatriot on October 11, 2011 at 1:06 pm

        I think the entire OCCUPY movement, which began on Wall Street, yet now has over 1500 similar events going on around the nation, struck a nerve. Most American workers don’t see what’s happened to them over the last 35 years as exactly FAIR. We turned corporations into individuals, with the same rights as you or I, but since when did a business have the same civil rights as an individual? I’m a capitalist .. but I believe in FAIR trades. The trade I’ve been getting as been no improved income in many, many years, loss of benefits in the last 20 years, and now, I see so much wealth at the very top (CEO’s making over 500% more than floor workers?! WHEN was that ever right?). SAme income, less benefits, taxed but not representedas any kind of beneficiary of those taxes (and hey, the govt is nothing more than an entity that we’ve allowed to take our money, and its supposed to divvie it up for ALL of us, not the special few with inside deals,and $10 million bailouts). Sorry, Debbie, but I guess I will have to side with the 99%ers on these issues. Reciprocity HAS to occur fairly equally over time or we ALL suffer. History proves that, and our OWN history is fine example of the ruling class ignoring the working class to its own detriment and perhaps, its demise. It has happened before. Just because the rabble is in the 21st century and in the USA does NOT mean they’re without justifiation or without perhaps evolving into more than just rabble. I am not rabble. The women checking my groceries are not. That guy changing my oil is not. Hmmm .. wait. The “rabble” are just joe and jane americans, who are sick and tired of being ripped off by Big Govt, Big Business and Big Banks, working in collusion to enrich themselves (to make the few super wealthy at the expense of the many) … in doing so, who’s money do you really think they’re playing with in the first place? YOUR’s. MINE. My neighbors! ALL of us are 99%ers in some way or another. Unless of course, you are a 1% and I highly doubt you make that kinda cash.

        Terry Reed on October 16, 2011 at 9:13 am

          I agree with you, regards.

          Marc on June 13, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    Okay, Fink – so what’s their specific agenda? …I’m listening.

    shegundala on October 11, 2011 at 10:29 am

Well, did we expect any different? The extreme left and the extreme right serve principally to attack the most American of Americans, the most Western of Westerners, the most enlightened of the Enlightenment, the Jew.

Jonathan E. Grant on October 10, 2011 at 5:07 pm

    Grant, that’s about as deep as puddle of urine.

    shegundala on October 11, 2011 at 10:30 am

So, what should we do with the bankers? Bail them out again, and again, and again….?

RT on October 10, 2011 at 5:12 pm

Just as I thought, the demonstrations on Wall Street are turning out like those in the 1960’s. More people are showing up for the free food, sex, condoms. drugs, liquor. Just like at earlier demonstrations, horny guys are showing up to play mattress tag with a host of cute, slutty, and stupid girls. Indeed, free condoms were given out. Drugs and alcohol are plentiful, as is the free food. Big $$$ of George Soros and Democratic party are behind this movement.

As I predicted there are early signs of anti-Semitism, as characteratures (sp) of Jews involved in the money business are showing up (Bernanke to name one).

In 1968, Communist and Self hating Jew Pete Seeger, speaking to the Poor People’s riot, err, March on Washington, stated, “Jews, open up your banks!”

I did not know that David Rockefeller, Ambassador Harriman, Andrew Mellon, etc., etc., were Jewish.

Jonathan E. Grant on October 10, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    That’s right JG. And along with free, skanky sex come lots of free, nasty STDs!

    This type of behaviour shows that the whole silly movement is absolute pitch!

    Skunky on October 10, 2011 at 6:40 pm

      In addition, there have been reports that one of the riffraff who was part of the rent-a-mob, yesterday, literally defecated on a police car in lower Manhattan. That too is not the kind of behavior one saw in Tea Party rallies (again, notwithstanding ‘Worry01’s’ points and what Debbie constantly wrote about the movement).

      ConcernedPatriot on October 10, 2011 at 6:59 pm

      You expected otherwise?

      shegundala on October 11, 2011 at 10:32 am

        No . . . the only surprise here is that anyone brought this up and showed a pertinent photo (the Daily Mail in the UK).

        ConcernedPatriot on October 11, 2011 at 10:48 pm

YOU are the moron. Get your facts straight and get with the program or you’re going to get left behind real quick. This movement is the only thing that will save us from complete control by the out out control corporations and government!

Ehrickah on October 10, 2011 at 5:51 pm

Besides Soros’ money, these demonstrations were also ginned up and stirred up (via the typical Marxian “class warfare script”) by Obama – who, from what I seem to recall, took in gazillions, himself, from Wall Street in ’08 for his presidential campaign. Not to mention Wall Street over the last several years giving oodles to Democrats in campaign contributions.

ConcernedPatriot on October 10, 2011 at 5:53 pm

Also want to add, true patriotism is questioning your government when you don’t agree or they act immorally and unethically, not following it blindly.

Ehrickah on October 10, 2011 at 5:56 pm

Just like vegetarians/vegans/peta pets wearing leather.

Or when socialists call conservatives nazis, they prove they have no clue to the political spectrum.

How about these morons support for obambi? They do know that wall st is his biggest contributor and that’s why he gave them all our money.

Sure question your government, but these idiots are protesting banks not the government. The protestors in DC actually admitted they hired sign carriers from Home Depot parking lots. So it is still all just a sham using idiots who know nothing about what they are being used for.

Ender on October 10, 2011 at 6:11 pm

First let me give big props to Savage. Lately he has been mocking that butt-munch Sean Vannity by saying (and imitating) “Abbot and Costello” saying every day Vannity more and more become Abbott. It cracks me up.

And what do you know? Little old mediocre Vannity (who also supported Casey Anthony…prolly supports Amanda Knox as well…) is twisting more and more LEFT. Just like PAWNN is doing. He’s such a stupid cow.

Please note: This weekend in Parade magazine, that splotchy praying mantis Bill O’Reilly came out and said that PAWNN was changing their TONE because of PAWNN’s “huge responsibility” that they carry during these times. Oh okay, you loofah-loving fraud. Only the stupid Conservative zombies haven’t figure this ass-clown out yet.

LIBERALISM GENERATES THE EXACT OPPOSITE OF ITS STATED INTENT…that’s Quinn’s 1st Law of the Left. And the Occupy Filth-ins are like the text-book case of such nonsense. And it’s nonsense of the smelliest kind as well.

I am glad I know what a POS scam PAWNN is. Just wish I could have seen it even sooner. Now you know why the stupid morning crew acted all incredulous when Hank Williams II had his say (not saying his Hitler reference was all that effective but you know what I am saying).

Skunky on October 10, 2011 at 6:28 pm

    You know, Skunky, I really enjoyed that.

    skzion on October 11, 2011 at 8:50 pm

The characterizations here show none of you have bothered to go down to your local Occupy movement. Some of us, myself included, are very worried about some of the bigger unions, MoveOn, etc. taking over. That is part of the reason the horizontal style of government being applied at these protests is some important: it makes it much more difficult for Obama et al. to hijack this movement like the Tea Party was hijacked. Don’t you guys remember how that happened? This movement is not about exclusion though, so we are not going to bar them from participating. We just have to make vigilance our watchword.

In some of these spaces there are definitely racial tensions, there are major ideological differences, there are differences in terms of what tactics people think work best. This is fucking democracy, though, it is sloppy, it takes time. Don’t y’all remember the various configurations of government that preceded the 18th century? For heaven’s sake, there was a state constitutional with a unicameral legislature (PA)! You are the conservatives so you guys should have this history thing down pat. Direct democracy is totally new to most people taking part in these protests.

Anyway, I hope some of you will, if not give these protests a chance, at least go down to them and talk to people. Find out what people think the problems are, even better yet tell them what YOU think the problem is. See what similarities are there, maybe even speak at the general assembly and see what sort of a response you get on the stump. Eating the crap you’re shoveled all day every day by the MSM and pundits is NOT the way to becoming an informed citizen.

Mike Fink on October 10, 2011 at 6:28 pm

    Fink, we are a Constitutional Republic NOT a democracy. Thank goodness. Those filty filth-ins is what you get with straight-up democracy. (See how they turned their dopey backs on their dopey brother Lewis…when they voted NOT to let him speak…even though he was on their side).

    Those of us who are well ensconced in our Conservativism need not go down to those smelly pits of idiocy. I, for one, know how the left think inside and out. I do NOT need to waste my time with them. They are against everything I hold true and sacred.

    So those of us who know the Left inside and out will never waste our time with their foolish thoughts and beliefs.

    Skunky on October 10, 2011 at 6:52 pm

Oh, I forgot to add the most important point of my post. Watch out for not only creeping Jew hatred on the RIGHT, but also for creeping Moooooslim acceptance on the RIGHT as well.

If you have been paying attention, BOTH things are ever-so-stealthily creeping up on the RIGHT. I won’t stand for it and I reject BOTH 100%. Figures a maroon like Vannity would tip-toe through such crap.

It’s here…and if you look closely, you will see it too. NOT COOL.

Skunky on October 10, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    Skunky, I agree with you in you’re two sentences and here we go:

    “Watch out for not only creeping Jew hatred on the RIGHT,”

    Skunky, the anti-semites on the far-right are mainly “Ron Paul supporters”. If you take a good look at YouTube, and type in Ron Paul’s name, you’ll find numerous anti-semitic rhetoric and anti-Israel rhetoric from his blind-worshipping clones/supporters!

    “but also creeping Mooooslim acceptance on the RIGHT as well.”

    Couldn’t agree with you, I remember Debbie writing numerous articles about the Tea Party protest over a year ago and parts of the movement being infiltrated by the muslim lobby in this country and recieving money from islamic countries in the ME as well. And we know Grover Norquist is predominately behind this in the TPM, and we all know why Ms. Schlussel has NEVER gave any speech at the Tea Party rallies! And it’s not just Republican hacks who’s co-opting the TPM, it’s also some bloggers on the right who’ve co-opted the TPM (not Debbie Schlussel, she’s more of an “Individualist” woman).

    “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on October 10, 2011 at 8:06 pm

I agree with your characterization of these demonstrators, and also about their anti-Semitism. The anti-Semitic characterizations of Jews as capitalist representatives goes back to the French Revolution,and throughout the 19th century, attacks on capitalists in Europe seemed to center disproportionally on the Rothchilds.

These attacks were also carried out by many left-wingers at the time, such as Marx, Proudhon and Fourier.

Even many French intellectuals who believed in Dreyfus’s innocence, felt that it would be best if most Jews emigrated from France.

Little Al on October 10, 2011 at 6:51 pm

But, at the same time, acknowledging the obnoxiousness and anti-Semitism of the protesters, I have a different take on them.

Although many groups are associated with these demonstrations, I think the main impetus keeping them going is based on forces associated with Obama and the Democratic Party, in spite of some criticisms of the administration they are making.

Look at what is happening. They are shifting the focus of the unemployment discussion to Wall Street greed, and at least implicitly, on Republicans. There is a growing current of opinion around the country now blaming capitalists and Wall street ‘greed’ for the unemployment situation now prevailing.

While Republicans are denouncing the protesters, they are doing it episodically, and are losing the initiative to the protesters because they are not carrying out a sustained campaign. It is not enough to dismiss them as kooks.

At the same time, more and more Democrats are associating themselves with the protesters, and it is only a matter of time before Republicans are explicitly attacked.

The Republicans are losing the advantage they got in late 2010, and if they are not careful, the whole issue of the economy will be yanked from under them by this movement and its outgrowths.

Little Al on October 10, 2011 at 6:57 pm

    That such opinion polls show this trend is proof of how stupid and gullible much of the American public is, how easily swayed by emotion they are, and how listening to the MSM is hazardous not only to their health, but also their thought processes. This whole staged rent-a-mob is indeed, at the end of the day, all about greasing the skids for Obama’s re-election. There have been other commentators, both on talk radio and the web, detailing the connection between the Obama/Soros machine and the protests. Unfortunately, the MSM is carrying the water for these mobs.

    ConcernedPatriot on October 10, 2011 at 7:07 pm

    Great post Little Al. I think you are on to something.

    And this type of smelly nonsense knocks the administration scandals like Solyndra and Fast and Furious off the bit of news agencies that will report them. And not many will.

    Let alone Afghanistan and Pakistan and other Moooooslim hell-holes.

    (And lets see what that tool Jihad Darrell does to Holder with Fast and Furious. I predict a big, fat ZERO. On a show I really like I heard the host say that the Dems are looking and looking for dirt on old Jihad Darrell and supposedly can’t find any. Anyone who knows what DS has posted on Issa, his background (and foreground) is filled with dirty shenanigans. And while there is not a whole lot out there, what out there lays a pretty good foundation. And DS has done most of her OWN investigative reporting. And on HA they loooooooove Jihad Darrell. So sad. Effing dopes! I am starting to lose faith on what is called Conservatism out there due to the dummies who are supposedly Conservative).

    Skunky on October 10, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    Little Al, your post does resonate. This is the sort of tactic that an Alinskyite would use.

    skzion on October 11, 2011 at 8:54 pm

Here in Denver we have a growing tent city in the greensward between our state
capital building and municipal courthouse. Candidate Obama gave a speech in this park in Oct.,2008 that drew over 100,000 people. Camping is illegal but the state police that control the park are only “monitoring” the situation.Our far left governor,Hickenlooper, is unwilling to take action to remove the OWC campers. The OWC’s “civil disobedience” appears to be condoned by our state and city city governments.
I find it very disturbing that besides the class envy and anti-Semitism these OWC protestors display there is also a strong undercurrent of inter-generational war being waged. Old people are mocked for being bigoted and out of touch with the
modern world. There is a hint of this in the Fink’s first post. Reading our Denver
Post’s blogs I have read several examples of young people blaming old people
and baby boomers for their problems.
I fear that a country of self-entitled brats that has zero respect for their elders
is doomed to failure.
This is my first post here and I would like to thank Debbie for her blog and all the regular posters for their contributions.
P.S…..That video clip that Skunky referenced of Rep. Lewis and the OWC “maroons” scared the liver out of me. Can people really be that stupid?

J Feher on October 10, 2011 at 8:57 pm

    In response to ‘J Feher’s’ “Can people really be that stupid?” query: Yes. And then some.

    But ‘Skunky’s’ points underscore what I’ve said: that part of the motive for spreading these rent-a-mobs like a cancer or a poisonous weed, besides the obvious part about seeking to get Obama re-elected, is to divert attention away from the aforementioned Solyndra and Fast & Furious scandals.

    But also . . . has anyone noticed how these Obama/Soros rent-a-mobs are predominantly in cities (and states) with highly restrictive “gun control” (euphemism) laws?

    ConcernedPatriot on October 10, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    My apologies for the multiple typos in my post. OWS is not OWC. Pot meet kettle.
    One positive of this protest is that the area where the protestors are encamped
    is usually the hub of all the illegal drug dealers and gang bangers from
    other areas in Denver and they are not there these last few days.

    J Feher on October 11, 2011 at 1:04 am

@J. Feher:

“There is a hint of this in the Fink’s first post. Reading our Denver
Post’s blogs I have read several examples of young people blaming old people
and baby boomers for their problems.
I fear that a country of self-entitled brats that has zero respect for their elders
is doomed to failure.”

Can you point this out to me? I am not quite sure where you got this idea from.


“Fink, we are a Constitutional Republic NOT a democracy. Thank goodness. Those filty filth-ins is what you get with straight-up democracy. (See how they turned their dopey backs on their dopey brother Lewis…when they voted NOT to let him speak…even though he was on their side).

Those of us who are well ensconced in our Conservativism need not go down to those smelly pits of idiocy. I, for one, know how the left think inside and out. I do NOT need to waste my time with them. They are against everything I hold true and sacred.

So those of us who know the Left inside and out will never waste our time with their foolish thoughts and beliefs.”

I appreciate that we are a Republic, but republicanism (small ‘r’) is an idea and something to be embedded within the framework of democratic action. The fundamental mechanics of our system are democratic, and our orientation towards values within this framework is republican. I don’t think that is bad at all! The question is to what extent we move this republicanism into elitism or expert control of society, or to what degree we unleash the possibility of ugly moments in mass democracy, of which there are more than a few.

I am not sure who Lewis is or what general assembly in particular let them speak. Are you speaking specifically of NYC? It could have been that rather than refusing him time in front of the group, he was simply not allowed to jump stack. There is a concrete parliamentary process in the general assembly, and each occupation decides exactly how this will be carried out: for instance, the NYC GA uses progressive stack and created, at least while I was there, a 9/10ths supermajority to break blocks put up against votes; in Occupy Philly this is different–I have even heard in some occupation groups there is a simple democratic majority for blocking proposals.

I urge all of you to research this subject further. From what I have been hearing, you are letting people refract this movement for you. Do your own legwork!

Mike Fink on October 10, 2011 at 9:25 pm

Okay, five seconds of footwork and I found quotes from Lewis about his experience:


This is a direct result of the Atlanta GA rules and it wasn’t that they wouldn’t let him speak, it was that it had to be put to a vote–something that’s done in all cases, no exceptions–and Rep. Lewis didn’t have time in his schedule to wait for the process. What did Lewis say afterwards:

“No, not at all, not at all,” he said. “In another time, another period, when I was very young, I was ahead of the student non-violent community, better known as SNCC. We participated in a similar process. We would discuss, we would debate, until we reach consensus. This is not something strange or out of the ordinary for me.”

Y’all are clearly intelligent, managing politically sensitive topics just requires a bit more sleuth-like footwork to peel through the layers of bull!

Mike Fink on October 10, 2011 at 9:42 pm

Google – CENTER FOR APPLIED NONVIOLENT ACTION AND STRATEGIES [C.A.N.V.A.S]  in Belgrade and it’s field operative organizer company, “OPTOR”

What you’re seeing around the country is being organized by a for Revolution In A Box company out of Serbia and all packaged and ready to go.

Google It.

Jack on October 11, 2011 at 12:14 am

This past week, I listened to several hosts, both national and local, TRY to interview some so-called “spokespersons” from the various pockets of demonstrators. In every case, when queried about basic definable demands or reasons for their behavior, no one host received a straight answer, nor did the guest endeavour to offer one. They are attempting to cruise along on the fuel of emotion and double-talk. Unfortunately, there are entirely too many sheeple all to eager to jump on the nearest convenient bandwagon, and the current one seems to them just as good as any.

The Soros shadow is certainly looming over most of these events as shown by the availability of food, showers, medical attention, etc. One demonstrator commented about the salmon and cream cheese offered that he was eating better than he did at home. Pre-planning was necessary for much of what’s happening. We’ll see if Soros provides portable heat for the loiterers when the weather changes. (hopefully soon)

Thankfully, I’m in my mid 60’s, and probably won’t be around to see the eventual fruits of the poison trees being planted today. I am now not so upset that I don’t have any children. I would only sadden them with my stories of life in the 50’s and 60’s.

Kent on October 11, 2011 at 1:41 am

Anti-Semitism at Occupy Wall Street Protest

Is this guy on DRUGS? What’s wrong with him? He most certainly is an Ahole:

“Bum, You’re a Jew” (I am a Jew !)

“Go Back to Israel!


Mallory on October 11, 2011 at 3:46 am

(Off Topic but important !)

Australia extends sympathy to Copts

The head of the NSW Community Relations Commission has offered his sympathies to the state’s Coptic Community following fatal clashes in the streets of Cairo.

“Fair-minded people around the world would be greatly disturbed by the scenes in the streets of Cairo in the past twenty four hours and would condemn all acts of violence, especially those committed as a result of religious intolerance or hatred.”

No one should be persecuted or vilified in any country for their religious beliefs, Mr Kerkyasharian said.

The rioting lasted late into the night, bringing out a deployment of more than 1000 security forces and armoured vehicles to defend the state television building along the Nile, where the trouble began.


Mallory on October 11, 2011 at 3:49 am

Occupy Wallstreet: More Examples of Antisemitism and Racism by Leftist Anarchists


Mallory on October 11, 2011 at 3:54 am

Off Topic, but I wish all of you a happy, healthy, kosher Succot.

Miranda Rose Smith on October 11, 2011 at 4:32 am

@ Skunky on October 10, 2011 at 9:36 pm
Re: These people are filthy and uninformed and love the anarchy and chaos of their dirty little filth-ins!


I am shocked, these are no Humans they are Monsters !

Mallory@dcemail.com on October 11, 2011 at 7:02 am

Did you hear about the Occupy Filth-in out here in San Diego where some guy apparently commited suicide? The pamphlets in his pockets read “Important Message to Intelligent Earthlings From Your Creator.”. He must have been the genious in the group. Or a Ron Paul supporter.

Jarhead on October 11, 2011 at 8:50 am


    Jarhead on October 11, 2011 at 9:01 am

Is there a legitimate way to criticize stuff like Enron, Arthur Anderson, insider trading, accounting scandals, fraud etc.? In this country, white collar crime, cronyism etc. constitutes a bigger threat to capitalism than the socialists. A huge gulf exists between criticizing illegal activity – which is just as wrong on Wall Street as it is in some ghetto alley – and “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” stuff. Of course, anti-Semites commonly do use white collar crime to attack Jews. But racists use street crime to attack blacks. So that is hatred on one hand – which is illegitimate – while denouncing crime (both street and white collar) is not only legitimate, but absolutely necessary for moral people to do. I stand against both the drug dealer who sells crack to pregnant women and the boardroom fellow who cooks the books. Both are illegal, and both should be prosecuted to the maximum extent of the law.

Gerald on October 11, 2011 at 9:20 am

    Gerald, I am not sure I understand your point. Enron was roundly criticized. The GOP was even erroneously tied to them back in the day.

    And they should have been criticized. They cooked the books (Andy Fastow) using the cockamamie “mark-to-market” strategy. People employed there lost EVERYTHING. Also, there was some shenanigans when it came to the power grid too in California.

    Skunky on October 11, 2011 at 10:14 am

One of my problems with the OWS gang is they act oblivious to the fact that Obama has been supported by WalStr and has paid WalStr back from the get go.

WalStr tycoons [certainly no all Jews] are expected to be
“greedy” ….. OWS gang acts oblivious to the fact that the rules are made in Washington,… not WalStreet.

[I’d like to see a breakdown of $ of top level Wall Steet types by religon,… % Roman Catholic, % Jewish etc]

John Prewett on October 11, 2011 at 10:34 am

[I’d like to see a breakdown of percent of top level Wall Steet types by religon,… % Roman Catholic, % Jewish etc]

John Prewett on October 11, 2011 at 10:35 am

@John Prewett

“One of my problems with the OWS gang is they act oblivious to the fact that Obama has been supported by WalStr and has paid WalStr back from the get go.”

Again, this is a totally unverifiable statement of opinion and a really inaccurate blanket statement. Ketchup, a girl who did facilitation in the NYCGA, wore an anti-Obama shirt. There have been pleas to keep this movement from being taken over by MoveOn and, etc. Some part of the Left continues to ignore the fact that more and more, Obama is relying on big money donors since the source of his 2008 election war chest–the people–has dried up: http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/07/15/obamas-haul-big-money-from-big-donors/

And of course one only has to go to opensecrets.org to see that Obama gets a healthy sum from FIRE: http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cycle=2008&cid=N00009638&type=I Goldman, JP Morgan and Citigroup are all Top 10 donors even for his 2008 campaign.

Some of us recognize this fact. This is NOT a Democratic Party movement and hopefully it won’t become one!

Mike Fink on October 11, 2011 at 11:38 am


Just pointing out that some of the Wall Street criticism is legitimate, and not thinly veiled criticism. Criticizing that crowd was a lot more common in right wing circles before the Wall Street Journal/National Review/Fox News/Club For Growth crowd got so influential in forming and leading opinion on the right, and began this bizarre, almost cultish attitude of worshiping wealth. It reached its apex during the George W. Bush administration, and it is the primary reason why the frontrunners for the GOP nomination right now are Mitt Romney (businessman/insider with little political experience), Herman Cain (businessman/insider with even less political experience than Romney), and Rick Perry (George W. Bush II, or George Bush III). Well news flash … those oil imams are rich too! When wealthy people and corporations are corrupt and break laws, it is just as bad as when big government and liberal politicians do it. Yes, I am upset about Solyndra, but unlike the typical person who reads National Review, the Wall Street Journal, Townhall.com etc. or listens to Fox News and Rush Limbaugh, I am equally upset about the tens (maybe hundreds?) of billions of Iraq reconstruction money that went to Bush-Cheney cronies for work that either was never done, was done shoddily, was done at WAY above fair market value, or just flat out disappeared and is unaccounted for. That is what I am getting at … it is more than just stuff like the Saudis buying into News Corp, but a bunch more unethical, illegal and possibly dangerous stuff going on too.

Gerald on October 11, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    I meant “legitimate, not thinly-veiled anti-Semitism”

    Gerald on October 11, 2011 at 1:50 pm

What I think is happening here is that the Tea Party originally was a grass roots protest movement from the Right that was quickly subverted and taken over by the Republicans.

Now the Wall Street protests were started mainly by the left and finally the real culprits to the destruction of our country were fingered. The Illuminati..err establishment couldn’t have that, so they had their minion George Soros co-opt this movement that is coming mainly from the Left.

What frightens me is that the American people are upset and feel betrayed (kinda like the Germans in the early ’30s). The Establishment will never allow themselves (who are the truly guilty ones who did all of this and profited from it) fingered, so they needed a scapegoat back then. They therefore picked the Jews primarily along with a few other groups (trade unionists, Gypsies, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Communists, and Gays–all who died next to the Jews in the camps). Meanwhile the evil SOBs who really were the ones who messed up Germany made a fortune during WW2 and transferred the money off-shore before the end and didn’t suffer one bit (research IG Farben for example).

Flash forward to today. If things keep getting worse (and they will), who is going to be the scapegoat ??? Could the horrors of Nazi Germany come here if in a few years if a powerful leader should arise to fix all of our problems ??? I mean our country would never elect a man promising Hope & Change who had no experience or qualifications to be President yet was a skilled orator—that would never happen here—right ??

jimmyPx on October 11, 2011 at 12:30 pm

They keep chanting “This is what democracy looks like” no this is what losers look like.

Herman Cain has it right on these fools, “Don’t blame Wall Street for not being rich, BLAME YOURSELF”

CaliforniaScreaming on October 11, 2011 at 1:08 pm

Wow. (wondering if any one on here has ever had a clear / precise / original thought unless it’s a cut and paste or Tivo-ed bit of bile transcribed from Faux News.) Oh sorry. Fox News. Which, as it has proven time and time again, does lie.
But then again, this site is the bestest, most awesomenest place ever to get up to date hate terms and “funny gosh-darn spellings” of moooooooslims.
Thanks to you all for providing the fodder for argument and debate, year three.

it's Allright as long as it's ALL WHITE on October 11, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    Um stupid, when one poster here (Skunky) spells the word “mooooslim” that poster is being “sarcastic”! Don’t you understand what the word sarcasm means?

    And BTW, Fox News is NOT a conservative network, about 20% of their stock is currently being owned by a prince in Saudi Arabia, how is that conservative? Please stick to topic and stop changing the topic like a typical internet-troll.

    “A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

    Sean R. on October 11, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    Hey, Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright. You bet I spell Muslims as Mooooooooslims. You should hear me say it. The sound makes it even more funny and dismissive.

    And no matter how CrAzY I spell Mooooooooslims, me ridiculing them will never even touch the heinous things they have done and their nasty, backwards beliefs.

    And in my lifetime, I can’t even give them a run for their $$$ when it comes to the way the treat and feel about the Jews.

    Skunky on October 11, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    As I’ve said before, anyone who begins a comment with “wow” is an idiot.

    skzion on October 11, 2011 at 9:04 pm

Skunky I already replied to you, look up. He was not at all offended, and he wasn’t refused to speak. He had to get on the stack just like everybody else and he didn’t have time. This is the same treatment every other political figure to speak in front of the general assembly has received, from NYC to ATL. Educate yourself.

Mike Fink on October 11, 2011 at 3:49 pm

    You replied to my post in the same post that you replied to Skunky. She certainly does not need any one to defend her. She writes posts far superior to any that I can compose, yet you also asked me to support my position.
    I know the saying is “Do not feed the trolls”. Reading your posts I do consider you a troll on this website.
    A reading of your posts does support my original position. “American young people think they are much smarter than they really are and they hold their
    elder’s knowledge in disdain.”
    In one of your posts you admitted to not knowing who Rep. Lewis is. You are either very young or very unaware of recent U.S. history.
    You are the uneducated poster yet you speak condescendingly towards other
    posters. Your “five seconds of footwork”…..”politically sensitive topics just requires a bit more sleuth-like foot work to peel through the layers of bull”
    just shows that you feel your own intelligence is superior to other posters here.
    Your writing proves otherwise .
    Are those OWS meeting protocols that you so value what you consider
    intelligent adult discourse? Megaphone man speaking in three second snippets,repeated dutifully by the attendees, is that what you believe in?
    Skunky’s well crafted posts reveal an intelligence and worldly knowledge far
    superior to anything you have to offer, yet you have the temerity to say that she is the one that needs to “educate yourself”
    I have a suggestion. Work within the system.Your superior intellect would easily get you elected to a post at the municipal level. With the help of your equally intelligent associates you could easily rise in the political ranks. Use President
    Obama as your inspiration. The sky is the limit……
    The old expression “You don”t even know what you don’t know” really applies
    to you and a significant portion of American youth.
    I will finish with a suggestion you made to Skunky . “Educate yourself’.
    ……………………………………………….J. Feher

    J Feher on October 12, 2011 at 12:19 am

What happened to Hannity’s “freedom concerts”?

J: They were canceled b/c I exposed them as the frauds that they were. I will be posting an update on this. DS

Jo on October 11, 2011 at 11:17 pm


I second Skunky – get yourself a gravitar like I did – regardless of whether I fill in my name as Infidel or Infidel Pride, everyone knows who I am due to the ‘No Islam’ signage I’ve adapted.


I’ve heard different names called – Moooooslims, Fundamuslimists (from Rush once many years ago) and Muzzies. But my favorite happens to be ‘Mohammedan’. It’s pretty innocuous and passes most filters, and yet, nothing pisses them off than being called that, since they think it implies that they are a cult. Of course they are a cult, but they’re also too stupid to realize that Mohammedanism doesn’t imply worship of Mohammed any more than a Lutheran worships Martin Luther. Of course, they do put Mohammed on the same pedestal as allah (in fact, allah is Mohammed’s sock puppet).

I’m glad I no longer listen to or watch Vanity – he used to strike me as an airhead even before his falling-out w/ Debbie over the Imam heading the Texas legislature prayer issue. In fact, there’s hardly anyone I see out there who’s as clean as Debbie – only ones I think are so are Roger Hedgecock and Lee Rodgers.

On this OWS campaign, really the blame for that should go to the majority of Americans investing in the stock market starting in the 90s: previously, it was just a few people, so there wasn’t as much pressure on companies to show expanded marketshare even @ the cost of profits (to inflate stock prices) and so companies didn’t bother moving all manufacturing to China or elsewhere. Now, w/ investors breathing down their necks all the time, most corporate management couldn’t made decisions to do what’s patriotic that would be financially justifiable in Wall Street. The fault here ain’t that of either Dow/Nasdaq/S&P nor that of corporate executives, but rather investors who don’t have the patience to give business plans the time they need to come to fruition, due to excessive pressure on them to make quick bucks and that too all the time – something that’s just unsustainable.

Infidel on October 12, 2011 at 3:13 am

@J. Feher:

I am not sure what about my demeanor would make you think I am a troll. I am addressing the salient points being raised by the people I am responding to and I am not stooping to denigrating them or the political point of view they represent. This is more than can be said of Skunky specifically, who I have been responding to most in this thread.

“Are those OWS meeting protocols that you so value what you consider intelligent adult discourse? Megaphone man speaking in three second snippets,repeated dutifully by the attendees, is that what you believe in?”

The “People’s Megaphone” began to be used in NYC because they refused to purchase a permit, which make the use of electrically amplified equipment in the park illegal. Since hundreds of people were gathered for the first general assembly there and not everybody could hear, this method was used to ensure that as many people as possible could participate. It isn’t “what they believe in,” it was begun as an expressly utilitarian gesture. It is definitely a powerful tool in terms of building solidarity, but it is slow and unwieldy and really when it doesn’t need to be used, it shouldn’t be. The longer GAs take, the more people get frustrated with the democratic process. I am not sure of the specifics in the case of Atlanta. Are they doing People’s Mic because they also do not have a permit for amplification? That’s a good question.

Again, this shows you are not aware of how this movement operates or what underlies its character on a state-by-state basis. As for Rep. Lewis, I had not read the news, which is why I asked who exactly it was. There are and have been other Rep. Lewis’, and skunky only referred to “their dopey brother Rep. Lews.” Expecting me to know without any contextualizing information that this was Rep. Lewis is kind of a stretch!

P.S.: Arguing that someone doesn’t understand the relevant information is not arguing that my generation is smarter or something like that. Your accusation of Ageism really doesn’t have any empirical backing whatsoever. If I am claiming intellectual authority in a matter, it isn’t because of demographic differences (after all, I don’t even know any of you), it is because someone isn’t constructing a convincing argument or is getting the facts wrong.

Mike Fink on October 12, 2011 at 7:09 am

That was. One of. The stupidest things. I have ever heard.

If your argument is that these people own apple computers, wear nikes, use technology, you are utterly missing the point.

Large corporations have consolidated wealth by slashing jobs. They have moved manufacturing overseas. Government officials have repeatedly ignored what is best for actual americans in favor or what these giant corporations want. Sadly, you will have fray types at any gathering of protest. But it is YOUR choice to focus on this tiny fraction of anti semitism and IGNORE the larger movement and message.

People here are acting like we still have money… but finish this equation to it’s logical completion…

Giant corporations consolidate power and put small businesses out of work… less jobs for everyone. Corporations buy power with lobbyists and are allowed to continue their agenda at any cost. The value of our dollar is utterly wasted and deflated by banking cartels printing money left and right because we have to repay them at full cost with interest, while our paychecks are at post inflation rates. Schools close, jobs disappear, the money in peoples savings accounts gets smaller and weaker while our labor repays at full those who were tasked with monitoring our monetary policy and production. A small group of people amassed so much power that they all have hand shakes and help one another. The only thing keeping the value of our dollar a float is the IDEA that it has worth because it is not backed by a silver or gold value. The idea that our dollar has value is based on the idea that our labor force will create wealth through labor. Our labor force cant actually interact with labor because manufacturing has shipped jobs overseas and congress has stamped the consolidation of business. The only people getting paid here in a consistent fashion are an elite few at the top, while the rest are left to labor off their debts as employees.

…this equation ends in one certain ilk of people writing checks… and those who actually labor having to pay off those debts with their remedial service industry jobs seeing as that is all they are largely left with.

Jews? You’re talking about jews vs. non jews and anti semites? Lady, WHO CARES. WHAT PLANET ARE YOU LIVING ON? THIS IS AMERICA. Everyone of every type lives here. These people are protesting to protect the very base that allowed these maniacs to prosper because they are too short sighted to stop themselves from devouring that base. Not everyone gets to be a globalist because they are wealthy enough to interact internationally. And just because not everyone is that wealthy does NOT mean they have to be the labor to pay off the debts.

And let the anti semite BS come my way. I’ve been in a professional working relationship with two of my best friends and neighbors for fifteen years… both jews. This movement has NOTHING to do with what you are talking about.

Good lord have you ever even researched Monsanto to see how your government has sold you out? What types of foods have you been eating lately? Anything with GMO in it?

I don’t know how I wound up on this joke of a webpage. I know nothing about you or this site, only this page that I landed on. And I will not be coming back.

ummm... on October 20, 2011 at 10:23 pm

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