WHOIS behind OccupyWallStreet? A fat-cat, rich Canadian socialist with a Napoleon complex.

So who is behind this so-called "grass roots" effort called Occupy Wall Street? A simple search shows that a fat cat, rich Canadian socialist and megalomaniac is the puppet master of the usful idiots. And as usual, the Socialists in America are flocking to their new owner.

You can look up the information yourself. Check my work, please. Make yourselves even MORE useful idiots.


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"Kalle Lasn
Kalle Lasn is the driving intellectual force behind the anti-corporate Adbusters Media Foundation.
In his writings, Lasn rails against the modern world and the progress that has made everyone’s life better. “The aggregate level of American life fulfillment peaked in 1957, and with a couple of brief exceptions, it’s been downhill from there,” he writes in his book Culture Jam: How to Reverse America's Suicidal Consumer Binge -- and Why We Must. Lasn calls the car “arguably the most destructive product we humans have ever produced.”

Lasn’s utopia is far from that of most Americans. He recommends “Not just a carbon tax, but a global across-the-board pricing system.” An example of life in this brave new world? “Your private automobile will cost you, by some estimates, around $100,000. And a tankful of gas, $250.”

The Adbusters Media Foundation (AMF) is a not-for-profit, anti-consumerist organization founded in 1989 by author/activist Kalle Lasn and wilderness cinematographer Bill Schmalz in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Foundation describes itself as "a global network of artists, activists, writers, pranksters, students, educators and entrepreneurs who want to advance the new social activist movement of the information age.

According to journalist Aaron Klein, the September 17 New York City protests—which ultimately drew about 1,000 participants—apparently represented “the culmination” of a campaign by Wade Rathke, founder of ACORN and president of an SEIU local in New Orleans, who in March 2011 had issued a call for “days of rage in ten cities around JP Morgan Chase.” Rathke's efforts were supported by Stephen Lerner, an SEIU board member and radical-left organizer who candidly aims to “destabilize the folks that are in power and start to rebuild a movement”; “bring down the stock market”; “bring down [the] bonuses” of executives in the financial sector; and “interfere with their ability to ... be rich.”

Between 2001 and 2011, AMF received $176,500 in grants from the Glaser Progress Foundation, and $309,773 from the Tides Foundation."

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This guy is Canadian?

Well.....that adds "acting on behalf of a billgerent foriegn national" to the mix...

Good find libs!

These clowns are declaring war....and that's eventually what they are going to get...but not in the way they intend this time.

(these clowns being leftists, not canadians).

“Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.”

“bring down the stock market"

You know...Osama Bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki had the same goal as these people....they better watch their ass.....we all know what Obama does to people who try to bring down the stock market....

“Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.”

Who is the bubba who is the owner of the Toledo Site? I ran the same search and found a name for someone who allegedly lives in the old west end?

Mr. Apathy

Who is the bubba who is the owner of the Toledo Site? I ran the same search and found a name for someone who allegedly lives in the old west end?

Mr. Apathy

The destruct-ability of the general personal automobile is not even up for question. It's a phenomenal waste of resources.

But there's no point even arguing about it, since there's nothing to actually argue over. The gasoline that drives the majority of our transportation in the USA is going to become scarce either by availability or by price. There will be probably be a combination of those. That's because Peak Oil is utterly true, since all resources are limited and a huge draw on those produces speculation price spikes which are followed by relative price crashes from demand destruction. Even sunlight and wind are limited resources since in order to exploit them, a large capital expense must be incurred.

James Howard Kunstler had pretty much summed all this up in his books. Argument is pointless, unless we actually try to avoid the wars for resources that have already started (the USA's invasions in the Middle East). But I've little personal hope for that, since the hypermajority of Americans aren't aware that petroleum is a resource that can become scarce, nor that most of our society is based on both petroleum and how cheap it was to obtain.

I assume when you say peak oil your refering to when the whole planet reaches its maximum period of oil production. Your right no amount of debate, argument or other action will be able to reverse the decline that will inevitably follow.

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

The term "peak oil" is misleading since it encapsulates two distinct events that tend to coincide but don't have to (considering all the other forces at work).

Peak Oil Production = The maximum amount of oil per unit of time, that can ever be produced. By the 1990s people felt secure enough in the data (production, discoveries) to place a prediction on the world's peak of production, and they were spot on like Hubbert was with the domestic situation (in the 1950s he accurately predicted peak U.S. production to occur after 1970). The world's peak production reached about 90M barrels per day in the mid 2000s. And that's the most we will ever produce.

Peak Cheap Oil = Price-wise, this is a trough, not a peak, but it's the peak of how cheap the stuff gets. We ran through our cheapness peak in the 1990s, about 5-10 years before the production peak.

At any rate, since both types of those peaks have passed, then all the meaning of "peak oil" has fully matured, hence we now live in the post-peak oil era. There is no particular prevailing name for this era, but let's choose the "not-so-cheap oil" era. We're not at the "expensive oil" era yet, since that will involve die-offs, wholesale economic collapse, rationing, rural armed gangs, and the like. But the not-so-cheap era must build the basics so that those outcomes can follow.

The only real bright portions of the developing era are that mothers will have more time with their children, and employment figures will remain stable (with fairly high unemployment prevailing). The latter will develop as one form of employment (retail, tech) will drop, with another form (manual labor) rising. Manual labor will have to start taking over from oil-based and mechanical forms. Around Toledo, we're going to see more and more work crews being formed for labor tasks. Poorer property developers are already doing this.

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