I have no opinion on this subject… In fact I have no idea what any of this is all about.  However, after reading a few articles on both bias I have a few theories of why it is happening.

Things are not fair in America!  Screams a fictional girl with dreadlocks who dropped out of college to live on the streets and is now holding a sign.  (Probable scenario just go with it.)  She is upset because a few months ago while she was in class on political science, her tenure professor who smoked a lot of crack earlier that day and most days challenged the class to make a difference by living on the streets like poor countries do unintentionally.  Well all of her friends seem to really unite under this obscure idea that change will happen by loitering in public places.  So she goes to Walgreens and buys a poster board, sharpie, and a sleeping bag and a month later there she is offering broad useless complaints with no solution.  Meanwhile…  The neighborhood thugs begin to use this as an opportune time to stir up violence and create chaos and soon the college drop out chick has forgotten why she is there in the first place as violence takes over.

On the other hand, maybe complaining a lot will do some good.  I have become aware of this issue which is still obscure, but I know people are protesting for many reasons.  Lately I have heard that people have already begun blaming the Jews for all of Americas problems, which leads me to the point!

America is so unoriginal!  Come on guys blaming the Jews for every problem got Germany into a ton of trouble as well as every nation that has opposed the Jewish people.  Perhaps many people are just looking for an excuse to act out in violence or steal things that do not belong to them, like what happened in London earlier this year.   We need to think these things through because last time I checked in the history books anarchy is not the solution.  However, Revolution has been know to bring very good changes but at the cost of many lives and much war.

I don’t have a solution other than if peace is the end goal, we need to remember that peace begins in the heart and only Jesus brings peace.

What is your opinion on this whole Occupy shenanigans?

Sean Trank

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  1. Bob says:

    Well Sean this is very insightful on your part, but there is more to it that that. I was a child of the 60s/70s and we protested the war in Vietnam. Behind the seems instigating us on was a radical element in our society trying very hard to destabilize our economy and leadership in the country. Here we are in 2011 and that same radical element is now in power encouraging anarchy in order to gain more power. They would love to apply marshal law and holding on to the power for 4 additional years- Yes- The current administration in the White House. What is ironic is that President Obama received his largest contributions from people on Wall street. It is the Obama administration that had pushed major corporations to outsource overseas under NAFTA and other fair trade agreements, there went many of our jobs, and stock values go up.

    Bottom line is things will get worse in this country, But the good news is God is in control and this is all part of a master plan- Jesus will be returning soon to correct and bring justice to all.

  2. Alan says:

    Sean,
    Thanks for mentioning OccupyStupidity. Your curiosity evidently brought you in contact with a question, and the question is: “What the heck is all this Occupy hubbub about?”
    When I saw an interview of supposed Occupy Wall Street founder (and professional sociologist) Harrison Schultz by brain-child Al Sharpton, I knew that the left-wing radicals were hoping to follow the ‘Arab Spring’ uprisings into the history books. The problem for the wookies – as the protesters became affectionately known as – was that none of them had experienced the kind of ‘real oppression’ that the people of Tunisia and Egypt had endured. This meant that their motivation to protest was merely to be ‘part of’ something larger than their spoiled-brat, trust-funded, lives provided them.
    Void of leadership and direction, Occupy Wall Street deteriorated into a bunch of misguided rabble, with no possibility of evolving into a viable political force. In spite of the left-wing media – who loved OWS like a long-lost prodigal son, winter came and the whole thing went away.
    It remains to be seen whether the return of warm weather will bring OWS back to life. And if so, what kind of creature will it have become? Unless they acquire some leadership and focus, I fear they will simply remain a nuisance

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