Occupy Wall Street: The Real American Revolution. (NOT Koch funded)

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  • apple ][apple ][ Posts: 7,547member
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    Honestly, Apple ][, your perspective is the exact opposite of what makes America good. If you were a Muslim, most other Muslims would hate you, but you'd fit right in with Al Qaeda.



    Let's see. I believe in people being held responsible for their own decisions and actions. That is American. Protesting, whining and demanding stuff is not going to get those losers anywhere.



    And I would never be a Muslim, that's impossible, so your analogy makes no sense. If I was unfortunate enough to have been born into such a religion/cult, then I would definitely make sure that I would have denounced it and left as soon as I could.
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  • apple ][apple ][ Posts: 7,547member
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    If Westboro Baptist were holding signs that said, 'God hates Liberals' instead of 'God hates fags', you'd be riht there with them protesting at funerals.



    No I wouldn't, I don't care what any god thinks and I certainly don't care what a group of inbreds think who happen to have their own church. I don't need any god to rely on and tell me who is full of shit and who isn't.
  • apple ][apple ][ Posts: 7,547member
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    You're absolutely right, they don't measure up to you, no matter what you call them. There is a special level of filth reserved for you. Pol Pot, Mao, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini, they all talked the way you talk. You want to nuke cities in Iran, crush freedom of speech. Thank God you're just an insignificant piece of shit on an Internet forum and not a business or political leader.



    Yes, all liberals and leftists can consider themselves lucky that I'm not a head of state, because things wouldn't be too pleasant for them if I were.



    Here's inside Obama's Houston campaign offices from his previous campaign.







    Many liberals love murderers and dictators.
  • tontontonton Posts: 14,063member
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    Yes, all liberals and leftists can consider themselves lucky that I'm not a head of state, because things wouldn't be too pleasant for them if I were.



    Here's inside Obama's Houston campaign offices from his previous campaign.







    Many liberals love murderers and dictators.



    Your image link is broken. Do you know who Che Guevara is? What he stood for? Murderer? Dictator?



    Unless it was a photo of Dick Cheney, in which case I agree with your criticism.
  • apple ][apple ][ Posts: 7,547member
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    Your image link is broken. Do you know who Che Guevara is? What he stood for? Murderer? Dictator?



    Here's the link to the page that the image was found on.



    http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/oba..._flag_scandal/



    And yes, I know who Che Guevara is, he's a loser scumbag and also a psycho murderer. I pity the ignorant leftists and commies who walk around with his ugly mug on their t-shirts.
  • tontontonton Posts: 14,063member
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    Here's the link to the page that the image was found on.



    http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/oba..._flag_scandal/



    And yes, I know who Che Guevara is, he's a loser scumbag and also a psycho murderer. I pity the ignorant leftists and commies who walk around with his ugly mug on their t-shirts.



    He's no more a murderer than Rick Perry is. Honestly, I don't support those particular actions of either one of those two, but that's not the aspect of who he was that is respected by many around the world.
  • apple ][apple ][ Posts: 7,547member
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    He's no more a murderer than Rick Perry is.



    If you don't comprehend the difference between a Governor of a State and a Marxist executioner, then I'm afraid that it would be a waste of my time to attempt to explain it to you.



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    Honestly, I don't support those particular actions of either one of those two, but that's not the aspect of who he was that is respected by many around the world.



    Ironically, the morons who walk around with his t-shirt are only contributing to the capitalism which the loser Che despised.
  • tontontonton Posts: 14,063member
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    If you don't comprehend the difference between a Governor of a State and a Marxist executioner, then I'm afraid that it would be a waste of my time to attempt to explain it to you.



    So a Capitalist executioner is inherently better than a Marxist one?
  • tontontonton Posts: 14,063member
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    Ironically, the morons who walk around with his t-shirt are only contributing to the capitalism which the loser Che despised.



    Once again you prove that your thinking is restricted to the black and white caricature. You apparently lack the capacity to understand that one can support both capitalism and populism. It's just like the lame claims of hypocrisy regarding Wall Street protesters who use an iPhone or drink lattes. I drank a $4 latte and ate a $3 bagel this morning, and now I'm off to protect the rights of the people who are protesting about being oppressed by financial oligarchy. I love capitalism and I believe no society can be successful without it. At the same time, I believe no society can be successful without proper regulation of people in power, including business, and including the government. We have regulation of government. It's called the constitution, and it's called the vote. We have no regulation of business, except through regulatory law, which I support and I'm willing to fight for.
  • apple ][apple ][ Posts: 7,547member
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    So a Capitalist executioner is inherently better than a Marxist one?



    Yes, exactly. There is nothing wrong with the death penalty when practiced by civilized and advanced countries. Certain crimes deserve death, it's quite a simple concept.



    That is why liberals fail when they bring up countries like Saudi Arabia and compare it to the USA when the death penalty topic comes up. One of those countries is an advanced, civilized Republic with a modern justice system and the other is basically a theocratic, primitive, uncivilized, barbaric place which is ruled by totalitarian nutjobs.



    Japan is another advanced, civilized country which has the death penalty. So basically, the death penalty for certain crimes is perfectly ok, as long as it is practiced by civilized, advanced countries with modern justice systems and which are not dictatorships, theocracies or uncivilized hellholes.



    Especially with modern technology and DNA testing, there has never been a better argument for the death penalty than there is today in 2011.
  • tontontonton Posts: 14,063member
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    Certain crimes deserve death, it's quite a simple concept.



    I see. Did you know that the only law that Che Guevara administered the death penalty for is also a capital offense under US Federal law?



    The definition of hypocrisy is condemning an action by one subject while defending the exact same action by another, for no reason other than the identity of the subjects.
  • apple ][apple ][ Posts: 7,547member
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    I see. Did you know that the only law that Che Guevara administered the death penalty for is also a capital offense under US Federal law?



    The definition of hypocrisy is condemning an action by one subject while defending the exact same action by another, for no reason other than the identity of the subjects.



    ?This is a revolution. And a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate.?



    By golly, you're absolutely correct! There is no difference at all between being tried in an American court of law and being tried by one single lunatic who stated that ?This is a revolution. And a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate.?. A lunatic who also banned all jazz and rock music. Che was practically a South American version of the Taliban, a cold blooded killer, a terrorist and a scumbag.



    Your buddy also stated this for your information:



    Guevara wrote: ?To send men to the firing squad, judicial proof is unnecessary. These procedures are an archaic bourgeois detail.



    But hey, if you want to defend the mass murderer known as the butcher of la cabana who executed random people without any trail whatsoever, then that's your business. Some people even defend Hitler on the internet, so nothing surprises me really.



    Che's dream lives on today in the unelected, communist, dictatorship of Cuba. I'm sure that all of the people imprisoned and tortured on that island appreciate your support for Che and dictators. I'm also sure that the many people who are either fleeing that island or have already fled, risking their lives in shark infested waters also appreciates your support.



    I see that you have a real knack for choosing the good side, don't give up your day job though.
  • tontontonton Posts: 14,063member
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    ?This is a revolution. And a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate.?



    By golly, you're absolutely correct! There is no difference at all between being tried in an American court of law and being tried by one single lunatic who stated that ?This is a revolution. And a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate.?. A lunatic who also banned all jazz and rock music. Che was practically a South American version of the Taliban, a cold blooded killer, a terrorist and a scumbag.



    Your buddy also stated this for your information:



    Guevara wrote: ?To send men to the firing squad, judicial proof is unnecessary. These procedures are an archaic bourgeois detail.



    But hey, if you want to defend the mass murderer known as the butcher of la cabana who executed random people without any trail whatsoever, then that's your business. Some people even defend Hitler on the internet, so nothing surprises me really.



    Che's dream lives on today in the unelected, communist, dictatorship of Cuba. I'm sure that all of the people imprisoned and tortured on that island appreciate your support for Che and dictators. I'm also sure that the many people who are either fleeing that island or have already fled, risking their lives in shark infested waters also appreciates your support.



    I see that you have a real knack for choosing the good side, don't give up your day job though.



    First of all, I'm neither on Castro's nor Che's "side" and you still can't seem to comprehend that. The people whose side I am on, however, are the people who use Che's image as an image of populist revolution, which is absolutely what's needed against the financial oligarchy.
  • marvfoxmarvfox Posts: 2,275member
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    The worlds cleanest and most polite protestors ever in the history of mankind just got even cleaner, so it's back now to cleaning up the degenerate filth on Wall Street- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/1...n_1010473.html



    Meaning the bankers and the other crooks who stole from us as decent tax payers.
  • floorjackfloorjack Posts: 2,726member
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    Meaning the bankers and the other crooks who stole from us as decent tax payers.



    Why blame the bankers when the politicians gave them the money. Some banks were forced to take it.
  • mumbo jumbomumbo jumbo Posts: 1,633member
    I just got back from Occupy London Stock Exchange demonstration, I'm proud to say.
  • sammi josammi jo Posts: 4,634member
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    Let's see. I believe in people being held responsible for their own decisions and actions. That is American.



    In that case, if you believe your own words, you would support full criminal investigations and prosecutions of perpetrators of the biggest crime wave in history, on the part of banks and major corporations.



    If not, then it seems you are one of those limp-wristed appeasers who go soft on criminals?
  • hands sandonhands sandon Posts: 5,268member
    Hello all of you about political outside at Apple insider this is Hans Sand and this post is dictated and I thought I'd let you know.











    So it turns out that the demonstrations today in London and across the globe inspired by the Wall Street occupation now commonly known as AWS or occupy Wall Street .



    Tom Tom and mumbo-jumbo were both there I personally would just wish to thank them and remind everyone else is their duty to the revolution alongside them at some point soon will make .



    I am wondering why the conservative friends at this board think of all these people involved in these actions how wonderful it is to know their actions will affect their lives to .



    Thank you for reading this post dictated as so many more posts in the future will be is just a shame that it isn't natural to suddenly stop and go,. Search on your trying to actually think at the same time humans have been designed to say,. Et cetera then I think we would have done that Natalie and of course we didn't so as a result the problem and how old people have got posts like this one where all that gets put aside but anyway that's not necessarily the point in the point here is that this may be the first post here to actually use this method I will forward to reading many more just like .



    This wasn't along with the new survey was done with nuance
  • jimmacjimmac Posts: 11,897member
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    Originally Posted by Apple ][ View Post


    Yes, all liberals and leftists can consider themselves lucky that I'm not a head of state, because things wouldn't be too pleasant for them if I were.



    Here's inside Obama's Houston campaign offices from his previous campaign.







    Many liberals love murderers and dictators.



    The point you seem to be missing is there's a clear reason you would never become a head of state. At least not in this country. I'm sure the point is lost on you however.
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