The choreographed Democratic Party protest calling itself Occupy Wall Street is crashing and burning in spectacular fashion despite gushing media coverage. Now coming the day after an alleged terror plot by Iran to take place on American soil, Iran’s Supreme Leader sends his thanks to the filthy morons “occupying” Wall Street.
If you read his words what he’s saying is pretty much indistinguishable from any of the psychobabble you hear from the Soros flying monkeys.
Iran’s supreme leader said on Wednesday that a wave of protests spreading from Wall Street to cities across the US reflected a serious crisis that would ultimately topple capitalism in America.
Ayatolla Ali Khamenei claimed the US was now in a full blown crisis because its “corrupt foundation has been exposed to the American people”.
His remarks came during a rally in the western Iranian city of Kermanshah that drew tens of thousands of people. His speech was broadcast live on state TV.
The Occupy Wall Street movement started in New York last month. The loosely affiliated movement is peacefully protesting against the power of the financial and political sectors.
“They [the US government] may crack down on this movement but cannot uproot it,” Khamenei said. “Ultimately, it will grow so that it will bring down the capitalist system and the west.”
Iranian officials have called Occupy Wall Street an “American spring”, likening it to the uprisings that have toppled autocratic Arab rulers in the Middle East.
Khamenei claimed capitalism in the west had reached a dead end and that “the world is at a historical turn”.
This peaceful protest they so glowingly speak of has people openly calling for violence, ironically.
Isn’t that special? Why this maggot isn’t behind bars as we speak remains a mystery.
Meanwhile, this rapidly crumbling “movement” could only muster up a few hundred hapless folks to stagger around the Upper East Side of Manhattan Tuesday, calling for (what else?) redistribution of wealth and chanting mindless slogans.
“Billionaires are living it up with multiple houses, and I’m struggling to get by day to day,” said Brittini Gray, 22, a community organizer.
“They need to redistribute the wealth in America.”
Also included among this bunch was a shining star of whackademia.
“This is the best that street theater could possibly be,” said Stuart Chen-Hayes a CUNY professor.
“To be able to go up to the door of a man like Rupert Murdoch, who has single-handedly been responsible for challenging democracy in Australia, Britain and the US – it’s one of the most powerful things I’ve ever done.”
He said he came to the march because some of his graduate students, many of whom come from struggling homes in the Bronx, are being forced to drop out by higher CUNY fees.
“When these giant mega-billionaires are running off with huge tax cuts, my students have to pay more tuition,” Chen-Hayes said.
They’re not just millionaires and billionaires any more. Now they’re giant mega-billionaires! Scary!
This so-called professor, who’s a public employee living on our dime, has an impressive array of interests.
Transforming School Counseling; Implementing Standards-Based, Data-Driven Professional School Counseling programs to close Achievement, Opportunity, and Attainment Gaps; Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling; Counseling practicum and internship; Family Counseling; Sexuality Counseling; Counseling and Advocacy with Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgendered, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, and Two-Spirit Persons; Professional Identity in Counseling; School Counselor’s Roles in Educational Leadership
Lord knows what it took to qualify for excellence in those fields.