Monday, September 12, 2011

Pure insanity: Cheering on the "U.S. Day of Rage" columnist (or should be call him blogger) Paul Farrell seems more than sold on the idea of anarchists occupying Wall Street beginning this weekend.

Farrell wrote last week cheering on prospects of a Tahrir Square style revolution coming to America:
"This movement reminds us of the historic rag-tag armies General Washington commanded from 13 Colonies for the first American Revolution. 
"The new ones are also united in the spirit of the Tahrir Square revolutionaries: “One thing we all have in common is that we are the 99% that will no longer tolerate the greed and corruption of the 1%,” according to posts on the Occupy Wall Street website ."
Farrell also writes:
"Yes, Occupy Wall Street wants to be more than the occupation of a street in lower Manhattan. Metaphorically theirs is a declaration of war, the start of WWIV and the Second American Revolution. But will it work? Or is it just braggadocio?"
Based on what Farrell says, it sure sounds like he'd like the threat to be real.

We've got some big problems in the USA. But no one in his or her right mind would fantasize that they'll be solved by anarchist mobs taking to the streets.

Just hope Farrell's a clueless, leftist blogger. And not someone with real behind-the-scenes insight of something  about to unfold.

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