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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Occupy Boston: Selling Heroin from Tent with Six-Year-Old Child Inside

It cannot be underscored enough that Barack Obama is standing with the Occupy Wall Street protesters and he demonized the Tea Party. Here is yet another in a long line of examples of lawlessness at the #Occupy protests. Two men were arrested for selling heroin from their tent. As if that wasn't bad enough, they were selling it within 1000 ft. of a school zone. As if that wasn't bad enough, they had a six-year-old child living in the tent with them.

Via Boston Herald:
Two Occupy Boston members have been arrested on drug charges, Boston police said yesterday.

Bostonians Isaac Bell, 34, and Charlene Dumont, 31, were both charged with distribution of a class A drug (heroin) and possession with intent to distribute a class A drug within 1,000 feet of a school zone, police say.

The 6-year-old child who was living with them in a tent is now staying with family members, police said.

The arrests were made Friday after police said they received “multiple reports of drug activity in and around” Occupy Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway encampment.
So far, there have been reports of the following at various Occupy Wall Street protests: Rape, Indecent exposure, death threats, rat problems, sanitation problems, and now drug pushing while in the presence of children.

Anyone remember these problems at Tea Parties.

Oh, Occupy Boston also was home to 50 arrests. Via AP:
More than 50 protesters from the Occupy Boston movement were arrested early Tuesday after they ignored warnings to move from a downtown greenway near where they have been camped out for more than a week, police said.

Police spokesman Jamie Kenneally said the arrests began about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday and were mostly for trespassing.

The protesters, part of the national Occupy Wall Street movement, had tried to expand from their original site in Dewey Square to a second site across the street, along the Rose Kennedy Greenway. A local conservancy group recently planted $150,000 worth of shrubs along the greenway and officials said they were concerned about damage.
And Joe Biden is more concerned about passing a jobs bill to prevent rape? Someone should tell him he could help to prevent rape (and drug use) by denouncing these protests.

h/t Verum Serum and GWP

Video: Lead Cairo Protester in US, Advising Occupy Wall Street

The protests in Egypt that led to the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak were made possible, in large part, by the actions of young, tech-saavy activists who organized and coordinated the facebook and twitter revolution. The two men given the bulk of the credit are Google regional manager for Africa, Wael Ghonim and a man named Ahmed Maher. In Cairo, on the day Mubarak's ouster was assured, Ghonim took to the stage at Tahrir Square to speak to the masses. However, the Muslim Brotherhood element would have none of it. Ghonim was forced off the stage and the microphone was given to the Brotherhood's top sheikh, Youssef al-Qaradawi.

Now, Ahmed Maher apparently wants to replicate what went down in Egypt by working with the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters in Washington, DC and New York City. Maher's influence might help to explain the similarities between the makeup of the protests. Tent cities are certainly a common denominator. The reliance on facebook and twitter is another one.

Via Danger Room:
One of the key activists behind Egypt’s “Facebook Revolution” is now giving advice to a new group of protesters: the Occupy Wall Street movement.

The protesters in New York’s Zuccotti Park — and their offshoots around the country — often cite the mass demonstrations earlier this year in Cairo’s Tahrir Square as their inspiration. So maybe it shouldn’t be much of a surprise that Ahmed Maher, one of the leading figures in those Egyptian protests, has been corresponding for weeks with the Occupy Wall Streeters, whom he calls “our brothers.”

Maher is one of the founders of the April 6 Youth, which used Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to galvanize Egyptians against President Hosni Mubarak. Recently, however, his attention has turned toward America, where he’s been chatting online with Occupy activists. Those conversations center around practical advice from a successful Egyptian revolutionary. Usually, they occur through Facebook. On Tuesday, for the first time, they happened face to face.

“We talk on the internet about what happened in Egypt, about our structure, about our organization, how to organize a flash mob, how to organize a sit-in,” Maher tells Danger Room, and “how to be non-violent with police.”
Here is video of Maher via Think Progress, a George Soros entity.

h/t Shoebat

Must See Video: Che the 'Gay' Protester at Occupy Oakland

Only in a left wing whacko's mind can one become personally accountable by placing the blame for one's own thoughts and unacceptable actions on the 'system.' When a racist thought enters the mind of a leftist, it's time to 'check yourself' by realizing that those thoughts aren't yours; they were put there by an evil system. Yes, 'Che' at Occupy Oakland is a self-professed anarchist, racism hater, gay white male, and apparently a psychoanalyst who has decided to accept full responsibility for his actions..... after blaming those actions on the actions of an evil establishment whose actions he had NO control over.

Sheer insanity.


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