I'm not dogging you out for your belief , I personally am a capitalist and I think that people should be allowed to believe whatever they like without people trying to change their beliefe for the 'good' people who do that and say they are capitalists in my opinion are washy and fake.
Dictatorships like the fascist and communist one use the military and tanks not tojust beat people up but to shoot them and kill them and after they're arrest the protesters eaither they are send to long years in prison or executed, while democracies the police use water tanks and teargases, they use non-lethal methods. You think police brutality in capitalist democracies are worse?
I like how the usual parrots and even a fascist have turned out to this, how wonderful, you know, at least Conservatoon moved on, folks, if you want me to use your own logic against you than I can say you are wasting your time. It's like trying to get a fundamentalist Christian to convert to Islam. :I It isn't going to happen.
So killing a man dead who is defending himself is worse than hurting a man who isn't resisting? you reds are weird, but you totally missed the point. It doesn't matter if you are on the recieving end - if you desire harm against your enemies you have no right to complin what you get in turn.
>Promote violence against X >Promote violence against X >Promote violence against X >Prepare for the consequences
Is what we 'fascists' call 'consistency'. I know as a red you have a hard time trying to understand this.
We didn't need to lie, we had nto get phoo of teabaggers with signs sayinge "We came unarmed this time" or the banner that said the US should undergo a coup like in Honduras, or the photos with tea partiers with guns.
"Anyone who claims the "Occupy" movement has no clear message is either trying to discredit it or simply isn't paying attention. This protest always has been about economic injustice and the fact that a small handful of people have corrupted our system in their favor ("Editorial: 'Occupy' movement fading out in a whimper").
The fact that so many elites were alarmed and frightened by the initial outcry (including members of Congress, who are supposed to represent all the people — shame on them!) goes to show that they are in fact living in a house of cards.
USA TODAY's editorial is right to say that Occupy might lack clear goals on how to move forward, but the movement has accomplished its main original goal: to protest these injustices, not by simply holding a rally and going home, but by keeping the rally going to underscore the seriousness of this problem. Your piece accuses the protesters of sitting around and doing nothing. So maybe they should take up their Second Amendment-sanctioned guns and storm Wall Street and our nation's capitals. If our country doesn't change, it could very well come to that one day."
I've actually spent a fair amount of time studying empathy in neurobiology. Empathy in the result of an effect called mirror neurons. the same neurons that would light up in your brain when something happens to you, light up when you see it happen to someone else. This effect is dependent on how equal you see yourself to someone. Since there is a vast difference and obvious inequality between the ruling class and the working class, the effect is very small and almost nonexistent.
Also, greed has strange effect on people. When some one gets a significant sum of wealth, even when more isn't needed, more is still desired. the more wealth, the more the desire.
these two effects coupled together, create a very callous attitude the ruling classes hold toward the working class. perfect conditions to be exploitative and violent.