The Occupation Exposed

The occupation has launched a STOP BLACK FRIDAY campaign against the 1% by coordinating an attack on Christmas retail sales. Black Friday is so named because most retail businesses are in the red until the day after Thanksgiving.

So let me outline the consequences of a “successful” Black Friday campaign.

  1. Businesses will not make a profit.
  2. Businesses will have to lay off employees and/or shut down.
  3. Unemployment goes up even though long term unemployed will be losing their benefits on January 1, 2012.
  4. The so called 1% still have a great Christmas. This includes members of Congress who are home for the holidays.
  5. The so called 99% are the people in the country who will suffer.
  6. Tax revenues go down and government spending/dependence increases.

And that is the point: the occupation was never about the 1% paying their undefined “fair share”. This campaign has always been implementing the Cloward-Piven strategy supported by the administration to overthrow the government through civil unrest.

Our nation and probably the entire world is one event away from economic collapse. If this program to make the rich pay is successful, it would be no different from a terrorist setting off a bomb in one mall: no one would go Christmas shopping out of fear. So I want to thank the elite implementing their plan for one world order and their useful idiots for exposing themselves as nothing more than economic terrorists. God help our “leaders” who have now been shown to be traitors to their oath of office by supporting this movement.

David DeGerolamo

BLACKLISTED Retail Stores to Occupy (Boycott) on Black Friday

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
– (yes, we have to stay away from Amazon, too!)
– AT&T Wireless

– Burlington Coat Factory

– Dick’s Sporting Goods (I was surprised, too!)
– Dollar Tree
– The Home Depot

– Neiman Marcus
– OfficeMax
– Toys R’Us
– Verizon Wireless
– Wal-Mart


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