Critics Claiming "Occupy Wall Street" Has No Coherent Message, Goal, Strategy, Discipline or Political Connections to Occupy America Are WRONG. What is their real goal, strategy and message? Is it to "Occupy America"?
Can the "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrations become for the Left what the Tea-Party became for the right? Not a chance. Instead, the longer they go on, the better for the Right. America is not in the mood to listen to a reprise of the leftist/hippie demonstrations of the 1960's.
Critics who claim the "Occupy Wall Street" demonstrators have no
coherent message, no specific goal, no organization, no discipline and no
political strategy are WRONG. They're occupying hundreds of cities across
the country. Their theme is that they are bringing the "Arab
Spring" to the United States as the "American Autum." The
video "Occupy America" proves they have a coherent message, a clear
goal, a well-developed strategy, incredible discipline and political connections
with expert political organizers. Scroll down to view the video in Vimeo
or on YouTube, whichever is your preference.
The Vimeo version of the "Occupy America" video is immediately below:
The YouTube version of the "Occupy America" video is immediately
If this "Occupy America" video doesn't clarify the confusion and
disinformation about the "Occupy Wall Street" movement, nothing can do
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