How do you feel about Occupy Wall Street (OWS)? Annoyed, embarrassed, impressed, impassioned, angry, anxious, scared, motivated, or maybe hopeful? I for one feel all those things. This movement appears to be well planned, funded, and organized. There can be no mistake, this is a group of radical revolutionaries hoping to be passed off as just a bunch of drugged out promiscuous hippies. Don’t be fooled. Sure, hippies are mixed in but they are not the heart and soul of this movement. These agitators are poking and prodding in an attempt to bait people (police) into situations they can use as propaganda. Just look at how quickly a fellow Flip Side contributor points to how, “police can use aggressive force against peaceful demonstrators and take away their right to assemble.” Ask yourself, “Has that right been taken away?” It seems to me as though folks are continuing to assemble. After our Flip Side contributor wrote the following it became clear that supporters of OWS are hoping for further violence and maybe even death. OWS seems to believe that this will help swell their ranks, I guess the 99% is willing to sacrifice a lamb for the radical ends of the collective, the ends justify the means right?
In Tunisia, Chawki Belhoussine was fatally shot while peacefully protesting the government on December 22nd. After his death, the movement gained a lot of traction. The protesters showed him as a martyr and a symbol of the police state in which they lived. If Scott Olsen dies, the same thing will happen in this country.
Let’s take the contributor at their word if this movement gets that piece of propaganda they so desperately need this operation will waste no time shifting gears. They will be quick to exploit the event and show somebody as a martyr. I encourage all of you who are still reading this to ask yourselves and anybody else, where were the arrests during the TEA parties? Why didn’t the police launch tear gas at them? Why weren’t their rights to peacefully assemble trampled on? Hopefully you are able to come to some conclusions and start to distinguish the differences in tactic between the two movements. One difference I see is that the TEA party is not interested in using force to advance their ends. The TEA party gathers, voices their concerns, then they disperse. They never occupied anything other than a voting booth. The OWS movement is forcing their agenda disrupting commerce and 21 people got laid off as a direct result of this disruption. Here again I guess, what’s 21 lambs to the 99%? And let’s not forget about the rape that seems to be sweeping through the OWS camps. Several rapes have been made public in recent weeks despite good faith efforts to quash this information prior to it making print. That’s right folks; people are being raped within this movement. The attackers are being protected the victims are being pressured into sacrificing justice. Then again what’s a few lambs to the 99%. Time and again this movement is turning its back on individuals from café workers to young ladies all because the ends justify the means.
So what are the ends? Well I cannot say with any degree of certainty what the end will be, I dare say that this movement does not even know. If it is anything like revolutions of the past they will fight amongst themselves after they topple their common enemy. In this case the stated target is capitalism and by proxy, the individual. Capitalism and individual rights go hand in hand. What I don’t understand is what makes these people dislike capitalism (free enterprise)? Nobody currently alive in this country has experienced pure free enterprise we have what the experts like to call a mixed economy (I call it State Capitalism). Well, what is that? It is a combination of controls and freedom, central planning and free enterprise. So what makes them so sure that free enterprise is the problem? Couldn’t it just as likely be the central planning that is what’s wrong? I say that is exactly what is wrong. I assure you that any gripe the OWS movement has with economic outcome on a case by case basis can be blamed on central planning just as easily as freedom. If a movement wants more control it will blame freedom (OWS). A movement that wants more freedom will blame the controls (TEA Party).
After the end of free enterprise who will be wrestling for control? We need look no further than the list of organizations and powerful people who are supporting and behind this movement. So, without further ado the list:
Communist Party USA, American Nazi Party, Ayatollah Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran, Barack Obama, the government of North Korea, Louis Farrakhan, Nation of Islam, Revolutionary Communist Party, David Duke, Joe Biden, Hugo Chavez, Revolutionary Guards of Iran, Black Panthers, Socialist Party USA, US Border Guard (National Socialist/Nazi spin off group), Industrial Workers of the World, CAIR, Nancy Pelosi, Communist Party of China, Hezbollah, 9/11Truth.org, International Bolshevik Tendency, Anonymous, White Revolution, International Socialist Organization, PressTV (Iranian government outlet), Marxist Student Union, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, ANSWER, and the Party for Socialism and Liberation.
Ok, I know that’s a lot to absorb and honestly I’m not sure what exactly some of these groups are. However, I am confident that none of them are friends of free enterprise. In the list we can see that Communists are joining hands with Nazis, Socialists, and Radical Islam. This list does not seem to include any Catholicism based organization or entity, but I’m sure that they are there or will be there. A Theocrat is a Theocrat no matter what their god of choice happens to be. And as long as the Theocrat shares the goal of forcing mankind to unite in order to form one neck ready for one leash they will join hands with whoever else shares that goal, and fight amongst themselves for control after the leash is on. Whichever is the most brutal, least moral, and most patient will more than likely be the victor. Smart money is on Communist or Theocracy. I want to assure you that, though I am not religious I am not against religion, but against Theocracy, Communism, and any other type of collectivism.
I don’t aim to be the smartest guy in the room, the discussion, or on the campus. I just want give voice to individualism and speak out against collectivism and statism. I am less interested in attacking the collectivists on campus, and more interested in exposing them. I am sure they are all fine members of this campus. Surely they are all plenty intelligent and do many fine things. Let it be known however, that I stand stringently opposed to the movement they are in support of. I plead with them and anybody else still reading to give pause and think about OWS and more specifically collectivism and what it leads to time and time again throughout world history. What happens? What will you think when it’s your turn to be the sacrificial lamb?
Yours in liberty,
 Warren, Nicholas. “Breaking Point” Flip Side. 10/05/2011
 Warren, Nicholas “Shooting Marines” Flip Side 11/02/2011
 Shapiro, Julie. “Café Laid Off 21 Workers Because of Occupy Wall Street, Owner Says” 11/01/2011 http://www.dnainfo.com/20111101/downtown/financial-district-cafe-lays-off-21-workers-because-of-occupy-wall-street
 Hermann, Peter. “O http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-occupy-baltimore-rape-20111019,0,3542147.storyccupy memo could discourage victims from reporting assaults”
 “The 99%: Official list of Occupy Wall Street’s Supporters, Sponsors and Sympathizers” pjmedia.com/zombie