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George Soros/Professional leftists move to co-opt Occupy Wall Street Movement.

Obama supporters pretending to protest the very thing that Obama is doing most.

What was originally billed as a “populist” movement to protest the relationship between lobbyists and congress, has rapidly degenerated into a pro-Socialist, pro-Obama rally. Obama has dramatically accelerated the corrupt relationship between corporations and state during his first term. GE, played a major role in getting Barack Obama elected. Despite being one of the biggest corporations in the world, they paid ZERO dollars in corporate taxes last year. Obama’s “tax on the super wealthy” plan will actually increase taxes on small businesses and have little effect on the mega-corporations that Obama is in bed with. It will make it harder for the little guys to compete with Obama’s pals.

Soros funded groups like are now sending in the SEUI and professional agitators to take control of the movement.


Despite the common cause, the city’s established left did not initially embrace the protest, which began Sept. 17 and has been made up mostly of young people angry about the widening income chasm in the country, the growing influence of money on politics and police brutality, among other issues.

But as the action nears the start of its third week, unions and community groups are eager to jump on board. They are motivated perhaps by a sense of solidarity and a desire to tap into its growing success, but undoubtedly by something else too—embarrassment that a group of young people using Twitter and Facebook have been able to draw attention to progressive causes in a way they haven’t been able to in years.

The protestors have transformed the park into a village of sorts, complete with a community kitchen, a library, a concert stage, an arts and crafts center and a media hub. All of that has enabled them not just to sustain the action but to build momentum. And as celebrities like Michael Moore, Susan Sarandon, Russell Simmons and Cornel West have joined in, the city’s traditional activists have been forced to jump into the fray.

It’s become too big to ignore,” said one political consultant.

Some of the biggest players in organized labor are actively involved in planning for Wednesday’s demonstration, either directly or through coalitions that they are a part of. The United Federation of Teachers, 32BJ SEIU, 1199 SEIU, Workers United and Transport Workers Union Local 100 are all expected to participate. The Working Families Party is helping to organize the protest and is expected to mobilize its extensive online regional networks to drum up support for the effort.

“We’re getting involved because the crisis was caused by the excesses of Wall Street and the consequences have fallen hardest on workers,” a spokesman for TWU Local 100 said.

Community groups like Make the Road New York, the Coalition for the Homeless, the Alliance for Quality Education and Community Voices Heard are also organizing for Wednesday’s action, and the labor/community coalitions United New York and Strong Economy For All are pitching in as well.