Monday, 10 October 2011

Marching To Their Demise

Check out the Canadian flag at the end of this clip.  Are we next?
Let's start a movement of our own: work hard and get paid for what we produce. We will call it 'reality 101'.  I predict a rise in bitterness with these protesters as a result of this rally.  We were not built to covet and thrive. Our bodies naturally harbour bitterness and resentment when we covet others successes and property.  It will only be a matter of time before the root issue of coveting spreads like a nasty disease.  Thankfulness and hard work have been the cure for coveting for the last 7000+ recorded years of history; don't see these marches helping these individuals. 


  1. is it not a canadian mag that started it?

  2. In the 1960's and 70's they called themselves Marxist-Leninists and they were organized and supported by left wing Unions. Saul used these individuals without brains like fodder to the hogs.
    Today it's the same back room guys from the Labor movement using tactics from the Area Industrial relations group who are at it again.
    Don't sell their ability to capture and frame the battle short.
    I'm sure this is organized labour's way of challenging the average persons right to good government. The kids in the media love this stuff as it means they don't have to think to get a headline.
    My prediction is that they will obscure the demand for financial prudence by Government so much that sound reason will get lost.
    This is a perfect example of class warfare that works!

  3. Whatever is left in the bank I take out for myself and family not to protesters, unions or whoever don't feel like working.
    The poor are richer than than those who have more because, to them, their wealth lies with what they only have.
    Yet those who have more want more because the ipods, computers, c.phones, fancy clothes, homes etc don't seem to be enough for them.


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