OWS is a Hard-Left Oikophobe Movement

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“You will know them by their fruits.” -Matthew 7:15

Former Congressman Tom Tancredo sounds the warning on his blog that the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement not only is a hard left-wing movement, it has turned violent and therfore has become a “homeland security issue”.
As proof of OWS’s hard left character, let’s look at who its supporters are, beginning with the regime in North Korea, the last redoubt of diehard communism in the world today.
On October 18, 2011, the government of psychopath “Dear Leader” Kim Jong Il released a statement praising OWS for facilitating “the working masses’ struggle against capitalism”:

“The Occupy Wall St[reet] movement was an eruption of the exploited classes’ pent-up wrath at the exploiters. It was also an expression of the will to remove the stronghold of capitalism as a whole which brings only exploitation, oppression, unemployment and poverty to the popular masses … [in a] corrupt society where the rich get ever richer and the poor get ever poorer.”

Then there are these left-wing activist organizations and labor unions in the United States which support OWS (from Discover the Networks):

North Korea and the groups above would have us believe that OWS is a struggle by “the working masses” and the “exploited classes.” You mean such as the “exploited” “working class” individuals below? (Most of the following names are from Discover the Networks; some are from my post “Who Are the Top 1%?“. Most of the estimated net worth figures are from Celebrity Net Worth):

These individuals are no more “working class” folk than I am. Unlike me, however, most of the people above have net worths that make them members of the “top 1%” — the supposed target of the Occupy Wall Street movement. And yet, they vocally support the “we are the 99%” OWS movement.
As Bill Whittle explains in his video, they are oikophobes — the products of an affluent America (see “OWS is Occupy Envy“), who hate America and Americans. Is it any wonder that the OWS movement — the product of a psychological and spiritual pathology — has become a pathological stew of internecine squabbling, rat and lice infestation, public defecation, rapetheft, robbery, smearing urine and blood on a food-vendor’s cart, andphysical assault on the elderly?
“By their actions, you will know them.” -Matthew 7:15

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0 responses to “OWS is a Hard-Left Oikophobe Movement

  1. Thank you! You wouldn’t believe the awful headache I had all yesterday, while I was doing research for this post. 🙁

  2. What puzzles me is why we allow those who wish to destroy our way of life, as well as our country, to live amongst us.
    The Roman Empire did so as well, and look how it worked out for them.

  3. ok, call me ignorant, but could someone tell me what an oikophobe is?
    I looked it up in the dictionary, and they show no results. Yet, wikipedia has it. I even found who coined it. But I didn’t find a real good explanation for it. Help meeeeeeeeeeeee LOL :-))

  4. Calling for people to not pay their mortgages? Um, yeah. That will greatly help your credit rating and definitely increase the value of homes. Brilliant…./sarc

  5. Dr. Eowyn, thank you so much for composing this most difficult post, as you have researched this so thoroughly! I hope your headache has gone away! The hypocrisy is so incredible with this bowel movement called OWS, being supported by the Nazi party and Communist leaders both in this country and outside this country. Yet, people follow like blind idiots not even knowing why….We must do what we can, but we must pray, for we are not going to win against such evil by ourselves! We must pray to Our Lord, the Triune God, and ask for the assistance of the Church Triumphant!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. When we were growing up in England, they were called “oiks”. Noone ever mentioned that they were phobic so they become “bover boys” and started rioting at football matches and kicking people with their steel toed boots. At that point it was a little late to deal with their phobias. I guess it morphed into the setting fire to London and other cities in the UK just recently, and now it’s difficult to tell the difference between them and the NATO army.

  7. I thought your were writing about Oikaphobe. “Oik” is a shortened version of Oikaphobe I think. In England many words are shortened or turned into a slang word, as it does here, but I was not brought up here so a lot of slang words go over my head. If I am going off the deepend I better have a “cuppa tea” which is what people do in England to calm down. In future I will be making a great effort to be less strange. Thanks for the interest you show in me, all the best, Alice.


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