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Friday, December 23, 2011

Occupy Oakland Turning To Violence?

Occupy Oakland Turning To Violence?

“The last point I will make is that I don’t actually think there’s an example historically of a time where non violence alone has brought major revolutionary structural changes.” - Sean O’brien

By Dell Hill

Via Jim Hoft/The Gateway Pundit

It should come as no great surprise.  The anarchist organizers of the terribly failed, but extremely expensive, “Occupy” protest movement now realize that it will take violence to achieve their goal of overthrowing the US government and turning the United States into a totally socialist state.

While details of violent acts are carefully avoided, the following video, shot in Oakland, California, gives you all the information you really need to reach that conclusion.

And, why not?

Just about everything the Occupy protesters have done to date has been illegal in one form or and including violent sexual assaults and massive destruction of public property - all with very little response from the very government they want to replace.

In as much as their initial “non violent” approach failed, it’s now time to ratchet up the protest pressure.  Listen, as Sean O’brien justifies a violent approach:

There are two parts of this video that are particularly troublesome.

3:40 - I also challenge those who profess an exclusively non-violent movement to put aside the moralistic approach to this issue and to start talking about what’s effective and not effective, and not talking about what’s moral and immoral or right and wrong because I think that’s the wrong conversation to have.

6:38 - The last point I will make is that I don’t actually think there’s an example historically of a time where non violence alone has brought major revolutionary structural changes.  I’m still waiting for that example.  I’m want to read a quote from Martin Luther King’s Non violence, the only road to freedom.  He says, “The American racial revolution has been a revolution to “get in” rather than to overthrow. We want to share in the American economy, the housing market, the educational system and the social opportunities.  The goal itself indicates that a social change in America must be nonviolent.”

So my question to people is what is our goal?  Is our goal in this occupy movement to be included back in this broken system?  Is it to participate in the housing market?  Is it to lower taxes?  Is it to be in a little less debt, and own our house and cars again like we did in the 90′s?  Or is it to tear down this corrupt system and build something in its place?  If its just to get back in then I agree non-violence can get us there.  If its to tear down this entire structure and build something better, then its only going to take us so far and we are going to come to a point where it is not as effective and it’s not going to be enough. [LOUD APPLAUSE]

Hat Tip Founding Bloggers & Jim Hoft

There are many among us who feel that the approval this protest movement has received from President Obama and his supporting cast of unions has been planned and calculated to create a condition of chaos within the country, thus justifying a declaration of martial law.  That, in turn, would presumably justify the President acting to suspend next November’s elections, leaving Obama in office and a major Constitutional challenge to such actions from a wide variety of opposing groups.

That series of events - in my opinion - simply isn’t going to happen.  The entire Occupy protest movement turned filthy dirty and forced most of the major cities involved to take action to shut them down far sooner than had originally been hoped.  With just a very few exceptions - such as this clown in Oakland - the occupy movement is dead.  Because of it’s history, any attempt to reorganize will be stopped before it’s allowed to grow totally out of control.

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