Occupy Wall Street is COINTELPRO Operation ?

by Richard Evans

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IMPORTANT: Controlled opposition scam alert….The “OCCUPY AMERICA MOVEMENT”.

It’s everywhere! Just like Arab Spring for North America! and it’s sooooooo grass roots and spontaneous!

[Editor’s Note: The “tell” is the publicity this is getting from the TV Networks who spin it as the Democratic Party equivalent of the Tea Party.]

COINTELPRO was the FBI acronym for ‘Counter Intelligence Program’. COINTELPRO not only infiltrated domestic antiwar and civil rights protest groups, it also created them. By 1968, the largest leading ‘counterculture’ groups were entirely FBI/CIA controlled.

In fact the leading ‘Anti-Establishment’ figures of the late 60’s early 70’s were outed years later as having been double agents for the CIA.

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LSD promoter Harvard Dr. Timothy Leary; feminist icon and co-founder editor of MS Magazine, Gloria Steinem — who persists today as an icon of feminism.
COINTELPRO SDS LOGO c.1969

COINTELPRO never went away, it got privatized.

ORGANIZED BY A SERBIAN OUTFIT

OCCUPY WALL STREET and the OCCUPY TOGETHER MOVEMENT is the work of SERBIAN contract revolution organizers the CENTER FOR APPLIED NONVIOLENT ACTION AND STRATEGIES [C.A.N.V.A.S] in Belgrade and it’s field operative organizer company, “OPTOR!”

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An Emergency Program for Anti-Wall Street Protestors: Don’t Let Soros Hijack the Movement

Political mass strike dynamics have been at work in the United States since the Wisconsin and Ohio mobilizations of February and March. Now, there are demonstrations in lower Manhattan and Boston specifically directed against the Wall Street banks. Another protest demonstration is scheduled for Washington, DC, starting on October 6. Good: a political challenge to Wall Street is indeed long overdue.

The Occupy Wall Street demonstrators are skeptical in regard to Obama. There is no sizable constituency for Ron Paul, and the crackpot Austrian school of economics is hardly represented. Above all, there is a desire to break the power of Wall Street. This much is promising, but still not enough to win.

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