Remember this from March, 2009?
The Connecticut Working Families Party this weekend has organized a bus store that will make stops at Wilton, Connecticut, AIG office as well as the security-patrolled homes of AIG execs who are fearing for their lives.
Or this from May, 2010 in regards to banks lobbying against Wall Street Reform? Have you SEEN ANY reform since the Dodd-Frank fiasco was pushed through? Do you think that maybe they were playing us again? Do you even realize that Dodd-Frank institutionalized ‘Too Big To Fail’?
Huge raucous crowds converged outside bank employees’ houses on Sunday afternoon to demand banks stop lobbying against Wall Street reform.
“Bank of America: bad for America!” shouted community leaders outside the house of Bank of America deputy general counsel Gregory Baer.
The Chicago-based grassroots organization National People’s Action, in coordination with the SEIU, bused more than 700 workers from 20 states to Baer’s neighborhood, one of the wealthiest corners of Washington. The action kicks off several days of protests targeting K Street for lobbyists’ role in financial reform.
The left wing of the globalist enslavement campaign is at it again and is leaving their fingerprints all over the co-opting of the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ movement. Too bad for George’s pet projects that they will NEVER be able to get ahold of the ‘Occupy The Fed’ movement.
Occupy Wall Street has been marching for 25 days. On Tuesday, protestors in New York will be on the move. They are planning a march on that will visit the homes of JP Morgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon, billionaire Dave Koch, hedge fund owner John Paulson. Howard Milstein and News Corp. chief executive Rupert Murdoch.
The uber rich in uptown New York are being singled out for what the organizers call “a willingness to hoard wealth at the expense of the 99 percent.”
Tuesday’s march, organized by UnitedNY, the Strong Economy for All Children, the Working Families Party and New York Communities for Change, will cover a wide area. Protestors will board a subway in the Wall Street area, exit at 59th Street near Central Park and start their “millionaire march” around noon.
Between 400 and 800 protestors are expected to take part in Tuesday’s demonstration. They will hold over-sized checks they say represent how much less the wealthy will pay when New York state’s 2 percent tax on millionaires expires at the end of this year.
Here is an idea for EVERYBODY including Occupy Wall Street; stop being stupid and acting like French revolutionaries and take your fannies down to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the state capitol in Albany, every single Federal Reserve Bank in the country and EVERY SINGLE CAPITOL BUILDING IN EVERY STATE IN THE COUNTRY with the message:
This is the starting point to recovering our republic by taking our monetary system back from the private banking cartel that has been funneling our wealth off since 1913.