Occupy is just another attempt at eroding our Capitalist society, and remaking it more in line with their Marxist / Socialist / Communist / Anarchist vision of America, and Obama is right behind them, giving ligitmacy to the group of economic terrorists.
We have said for some time now that the Obama administration actually WANTS our economy to fail, and Obama’s support of these economic terrorists is more proof that we have been right about Obama all along.
Some demonstrators are planning to occupyretailers on Black Friday to protest “the business that are inthe pockets of Wall Street.”
Organizers are encouraging consumers to either occupyor boycott retailers that are publicly traded,according tothe Stop Black Friday website.
The goal of the movement is to impact the profits ofmajor corporations thisholiday season.
“The idea is simple, hit the corporations that corrupt and control Americanpoliticswhereithurts,their profits, ” states the Occupy Black Friday Facebook page.
A few of the retailers the protesters plan on targeting includeNeiman Marcus,AmazonandWal-Mart.
Their website states the following:
“Keep in mind that we are not occupying small businesses or hardworking people—we must make a distinction between the businesses that are in the pockets of Wall Street and the businesses that serve our local communities.
We are NOT anti-capitalist. Just anti-crapitalist.
Below is a shortlist for publicly traded large businesses to Occupy or to boycott on Black Friday. Luckily, most of them don’t have good presents anyway. If you want to see the top 100 retail businesses for 2010 to boycott, click here.
On Black Friday, Occupy or boycott:
– Abercrombie & Fitch [ANF 44.88 -0.79 (-1.73%) ]
– Amazon.com (yes, we have to stay away from Amazon, too!) [AMZN 188.99
-3.35 (-1.74%) ]
– AT&T Wireless [ATT 27.21 0.17 (+0.63%) ]
– Burlington Coat Factory
– Dick’s Sporting Goods (I was surprised,too!) [DSG-FF 27.745 -0.76 (-
– Dollar Tree [DLTR 76.61 -0.48 (-0.62%) ]
– The Home Depot [HD 36.52 -0.58 (-1.56%) ]
– Neiman Marcus
– OfficeMax [OMX 4.25 -0.24 (-5.35%) ]
– Toys R’Us [JPM 28.38 -1.03 (-3.5%)
– Verizon Wireless [VZN 95.50 — UNCH ]
– Wal-Mart [WMT 56.64 -0.21 (-0.37%) ]
This is not the first time the demonstrators have taken action against corporations by using their money as weapon for change.
On Nov. 5th many demonstrators participated in “Bank Transfer Day” and moved their moneyfrom banks to credit unions.
So maybe if these businesses had better gifts, they wouldnt be targeted by the Occupy Economic terrorists?
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