Occupy Bagram

The Occupy Wall St. “movement” has spread far and wide, quite far and wide in hilarious “fact.” It’s even reached Afghanistan.

Indeed, the members of Occupy Bagram have even prepared a message for the members of the domestic cells of OWS:

Occupy Bagram
A Message From Occupy Bagram

Of course, the Leftist slackers that make up the OWS rabble aren’t the sort to listen to any message from America’s military, except for those messages sent by traitors such as Bradley Manning and Scott Olsen and the broken, lost souls who joined the anti-military groups, MoveOn.org and/or Code Pink.

It’s been made clear by their jabbering rants that OWS doesn’t consider “Occupiers” as a positive title when they apply it to the patriotic American men and women serving America and freedom in benighted hellholes like Iraq and Afghanistan.

Any message about quitting bitching and whining and going out and earning a living is also unlikely to sit well with the OWS rabble. Firstly, if they were capable of doing that they wouldn’t be crying for handouts. Secondly, doing so would be to “go outside the expertise of their people.”

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H/T to the redoubtable Michelle Malkin and to her source, Blackfive.

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4 Responses to “Occupy Bagram”

  1. chains Says:

    The line “Firstly, if they were capable of doing that they wouldnt be crying for handouts” shows me that you don’t even know what the OWS movement is all about… And besides, I thought the military was fighting for ALL of AMERICA, not just RICH America. Thanks for clarifying.

  2. jonolan Says:

    My, what a good use for a library’s computer, trolling and spouting off support for the rabble of OWS. 😆 And your Liberals wonder why Americans no longer trust “higher education.”

  3. Paradigm Says:

    I don’t think it’s all about slacking. It’s more about economic inequality. You will reach a critical point when people react to the fact that there is no trickling down, it’s trickling up to those who already have more money than they can spend. I read a poll by PEW that 44 percent of Americans are sympathetic of OWS.

    What the Right need is to start talking about is what you are going to do, instead of complaining that people are complaining. How about social mobilitiy for instance? It’s actually lower in USA than in Sweden. One reason for this is no doubt corruption – when relatives and connections mean more than actual merits. After all, a prerequisite for capitalism is equal opportunity.

  4. jonolan Says:

    No, Paradigm, it’s not really about income inequality. Those complaints only make up about 1% of the things these rabble are whining about. Mostly their economic complaints are just want hands-outs and protection from their own choices – and for the productive to be forced to pay for it.

    BTW: I’m actually on the edge of that 44%. Their “shotgun blast” of bile does include things I’m also angry about.

    As for social mobility – relatives and connections don’t mean that much in the US. Not because we’re better than that but because the playing field is too big and people too mobile for that to make a difference in the picture.

    The exception to the above being universities, especially the “prestigious” ones. There, merit has far less to do with anything than family, connections, and race.

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