Fascism Alert! Banks and police collude against Occupy Protestors

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Fascism continues on the march as banks work with police to seek out Occupy protesters. This is very much the definition of fascism. BTW, did you know that Wells Fargo is one of the biggest investors in the private prison system. I guess they are licking their chops that protesters will give their new business wing more customers.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=%2Fc%2Fa%2F2012%2F04%2F26%2F...

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Seriously? You are going to impede the free and lawful movements of your fellow private citizens and then bleat "fascism" when the police protect those citizens human and Constitutional rights?

The Constitution guarantees the "Right of free Association", and by flea baggers physically stopping shareholders from attending their meeting, it is the left that has shown its fascist underbelly yet again.

Get a grip!

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The police work for the money men and they pretty much always have, ever since the U.S. was incorporated. The only real difference now is that those criminal capitalists have been feeling their strength of late and they have become used to believing they are untouchable. Clearly, they are delusional if they stick with that false premise, since the fact of the matter is that they have exposed themselves to history as a crude criminal gang which everyone in the world is now finding out. Knowing that, it is inevitable that history will rid itself of those scum, as it has all other vile contenders in the past. So the criminal capitalists and their NWO have now become nothing more than a caricature of a viable control system and, as such, are nothing more than an insignificant sideshow that history will deal with fully in history's own time. So, given that the time of their demise is irrevocably drawing ever nearer, it makes one wonder what will happen with all of their accumulated wealth when their criminal class is finally exterminated. And, as a side note, why would they choose an end which is equivalent to mass suicide, simply for a few dollars more?

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Quote Calperson:

Seriously? You are going to impede the free and lawful movements of your fellow private citizens and then bleat "fascism" when the police protect those citizens human and Constitutional rights?

The Constitution guarantees the "Right of free Association", and by flea baggers physically stopping shareholders from attending their meeting, it is the left that has shown its fascist underbelly yet again.

Get a grip!

Take your blinders off, there's more to the story than that!

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Quote Calperson:

Seriously? You are going to impede the free and lawful movements of your fellow private citizens and then bleat "fascism" when the police protect those citizens human and Constitutional rights?

The Constitution guarantees the "Right of free Association", and by flea baggers physically stopping shareholders from attending their meeting, it is the left that has shown its fascist underbelly yet again.

Get a grip!

We had a really good time during the WTO demonstrations in Seattle in 1998 stopping the globalists delegates from getting to their meetings. The occupy movement is bringing awareness to the masses that the masses are victims of the wealth dominated status quo. Many police officers are actually beginning to identify with those masses. The tide is turning. The scales are fallling off peoples eyes, some peoples eyes.

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After reading this post and one I replied to, I'm beginning to wonder who, or what, are you? Never mind though, I won't invite you back again.

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