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A Realpolitik - The Jefferson Tree

Prediction…

If the thousands of protesters in Zuccotti Park are not allowed to stay, expect tens of thousands to show up tomorrow.

I am a sixty year old man and I cannot afford to go all the way to New York. Given this, if these protesters are not allowed to remain there in defiance of ANY court order, I will be getting on a bus.

It is time for America to stand up to this, whether you support OWS or not. This is the right to protest we are taking about, something America was founded on.

I predict, if police and the Major are foolish enough to attempt to disrupt this peaceful protest, they can expect tens of thousands to descend upon their state and the city of new York.

I have always said that we need millions of people to walk on Washington in order to get things done and take back America.

Probably the best way to accomplish this is for the police and the Mayor to once again flagrantly pull another sneak attack at 4am.

There is a powder keg of emotions ready to explode within this movement and it will not be deterred by storm trooper tactics…

Author: A Realpolitik - The Jefferson Tree

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3 comments to Prediction…

  • While I must agree with the premise of your presentation here, I must also point out that it is probably politically incorrect to refer to an established Law Enforcement body as “Storm Troopers.” We must keep ourselves upbeat and positive at all times so as not to be found offensive to the sensitive. So, perhaps we could say something more along the lines of “There is a powder keg of emotions ready to explode within this movement and it will not be deterred by what might seem to be over enthisiastic law enforcement tactics.” We must not infer that American Police are anywhere near similar in any respect to the overly-aggressive military resources of some oppressive regimes.

  • Again, you read something into the article that is clearly not there. The reference was to their tactics.

    Sneaking in at 4am while people are sleeping and destroying/confiscating personal property reminds me of specific tactics not normally used by police forces in non-violent situations.

    Yes, the protesters were warned but were they told that if they did not remove the personal property it would be destroyed?

    Appeared to me that this was a avoidable outcome. Had the occupiers been told this many would have removed their personal property from the area prior to the 4am raid.

    Rather than telling them or warning them, they chose to use ‘surprise’ tactics in a raid. Then proceeded to destroy personal property as ‘punishment’…

  • I was just jerking your chain. I have been chastised for name calling and I thought “Storm Troopers” kind of fit that bill. I totally agree with the entire thesis of your article and I wish there were more people willing to come to the aid and defense of these modern Patriots.

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