October 15, 2011

T.E.A. Party Movement =Controlled Anger, Law Abiding, Govt Accountability vs Occupy Wall Street Movement =Violence, Destruction, Breaking Laws

I'm the rebel sheep too. Only I'm saying,
"Dude something doesn't feel right."
A member of the Occupy Wall St movement walks over a U.S. flag on that lies on the ground in Zuccotti Park near the financial district of New York October 13, 2011.
In 1959, a bronze statue promoting the slogan "Let Us Beat Swords into Plowshares" was donated by the Soviet Union to the United Nations. It was sculpted by Evgeniy Vuchetich to represent the human wish to end all wars by converting the weapons of death and destruction into peaceful and productive tools that are more beneficial to mankind. [source: wikipedia] Now don't you think "US DAY'S of RAGE is an OXYMORON to the message of "peace and productive tools" depicted in this symbol. Most especially since they intend to DESTROY PROPERTY, DISRUPT BUSINESSES, BRING DOWN WALL STREET and go to corporate executive homes to INTIMIDATE them and and their families. The OWS protesters want to "kill the rich" and "behead corporate executives". That sounds pretty violent to me. Wouldn't you agree?
The founders of the Fabian Society are depicted in the famous stained-glass Fabian Window designed by George Bernard Shaw. The Fabian Society is a British marxist socialist movement. This is the message I see coming through the Occupy Wall Street poster above?

Shall We Peer Into The Fabian Window?

I’ve recently become familiar with the stained glass Fabian Window which was designed by the ardent socialist and playwright George Bernard Shaw.

The founders of the Fabian Society are depicted in this stained glass window. The top of the picture has the words “remoulding the world nearer his heart’s desire.” There are two men holding huge sledge hammers prepared to impose their will upon the earth by hammering the globe into submission. The idea is to break and remold it so that it fits the ideals of the socialists and communists.

“Under Socialism, you would not be allowed to be poor. You would be forcibly fed, clothed, lodged, taught, and employed whether you liked it or not. If it were discovered that you had not character and industry enough to be worth all this trouble, you might possibly be executed in a kindly manner; but whilst you were permitted to live, you would have to live well.” (George Bernard Shaw: The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism, 1928, pg. 470)

George Bernard Shaw: "I don't want to punish anybody. But there are an extraordinary number of people that I want to kill. You must all know half a dozen people at least who are no use in this world, who are more trouble than they are worth. I think it would be a good thing to make everybody come before a properly appointed board just as you would come before a properly appointed income tax commissioner. And say every five years or every seven years just put them there and say Sir or Madam, now will you be kind enough to justify your existence? If you can't justify your existence, if you're not pulling your weight in the social boat, if you're not producing as much as you consume or perhaps a little more, then, clearly, we cannot use the organizations of our society for the purpose of keeping you alive, because your life does not benefit us and it can't be of very much use to yourself."

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