The Intel Hub
October 12, 2011
As the Occupy Wall Street protests have grown and evolved we have seen a major change in overall direction coming from the most vocal supporters.
While many still claim that this is not a political movement, the unfortunate fact is that everyday we see more and more evidence that the establishment left has, at least in part, co opted the movement.
Yesterday’s so called Millionaires March has drawn major media attention around the world, with support popping up in places that most wouldn’t think would support protesters targeting the financial district.
Linette Lopez, writing for the Business Insider, revealed that the real powers behind the march were numerous extreme leftist organizations with open socialist and communist ties.
Now here’s who they are specifically:
- The Working Families Party
- New York Communities for Change
- Strong Economy For All Coalition
- Community Voices Heard
Those are some pretty established New York groups that span across the state, and they have some powerful people behind them.
So we have super leftist organizations running large scale protests for the Occupy Wall Street protesters yet we are supposed to believe that this is not a political movement?
While it is clear that these organizations do not speak for ALL the protesters, a growing majority are seemingly falling in line with groups who openly support one of Wall Streets biggest supporters, President Barack Obama.
The Working Families Party, for example, complete with its strong communist ties, supported Obama in 2008 presidential race. The Working Families Party is composed of people heavily connected to ACORN, Citizen Action, Democratic Socialists of America, and the Long Island Progressive Coalition.
When you couple this with the fact that the official Occupy Wall Street livestream is full of heavy handed moderators who rule with an iron fist, banning ANYONE who talks about the protesters political connections or super elitists such as George Soros, a clear picture emerges. (More on this later as we have the screen shots and witnesses as proof)
This leaders of this so called leaderless movement, while supposedly representing the 99%, are in fact establishment leftists themselves who will do anything in their power to silence the growing opposition to the numerous organizations that have embedded themselves inside the movement.
While The Intel Hub has supported the protesters heavily in the past and still supports their right to protest, we cannot continue to ignore the fact this this movement is being taken over and, in some cases, run by communists, socialists, and the establishment left.