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“The end of all Political associations is the Preservation of the Natural and Imprescriptible Rights of Man; and these rights are Liberty, Property, Security, and Resistance of Oppression”
— Thomas Paine   The Rights Of Man  the second article of the Declaration from the French National Assembly
(There truly is a problem with Wall Street, all corporations should be eliminated, but is the rage misplaced?  I really started to wonder when I saw Michael Moore, the movie director, in the spotlight last night speaking to the Occupy Wall Street protestors.  Later there was also comments about changing the Constitution.  They claim it is leaderless, but is it?  Is the Hegelian Dialectic hard at work – Create the problem  – propose a solution that may not be excepted by  the people – enforced  through the government?   Let’s examine the facts.) 
Van Jones Praises Occupy Wall Street, Says Progressives Launching ‘October Offensive’ To Rival Tea Party http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/01/van-jones-occupy-wall-street-rebuild-the-dream_n_990463.html
Jones continued. “You can see it right now with these young people on Wall Street. Hold onto your hats, we’re going to have an October offensive to take back the American dream and to rescue America’s middle class.”
(To refresh your memory of Van Jones)
Obama’s green jobs czar Van Jones quits under fire  http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2009/09/obama-adviser-van-jones.html  Van Jones, the onetime Marxist whose controversial statements about Republicans and 9/11 have made him a distracting lightning rod as Barack Obama’s environmental jobs czar in recent days,
(Progressives?  that is another term for socialist, communists, and Marxists.  Teddy Roosevelt ran as a Progressive and what did we get out of that?  National Parks within State boundaries, the U.S. Forestry Service, once again lands owned by the federal government within the States.  That is a clear violation of the 10th Amendment and a violation of the Constitution at Article I Section 8, paragraph 17: To exercise exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as may, by Cession of particular States, and the acceptance of Congress, become the Seat of the Government of the United States, and to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock-Yards, and other needful Buildings;  see Parks anywhere? or National Forests? The states had every right to designate parks and forests. )
( What are their demands and are they being directly led astray?  Thank You Austin for this link )
Occuping Wall Street: Why Are The Fed, Treasury, and Capitol Ingnored?  http://www.thefreemanonline.org/columns/tgif/occupying-wall-street/  ” One 21-year-old man told the AP, “The enemy is the big business leaders of Wall Street, the big oil company leaders, the coal company leaders, the big military industrial leaders.” . . . .Note that in the young man’s statement above, one word is glaringly absent: government. (He does use the word “military,” but many people across the political spectrum seem to think the Pentagon is not part of the government) . . . . What the protesters miss is that corporate power is derived from government power  (Where are the calls to restore the Republic?  Do these protestors even realize that the federal government is a corporation and not a government?  If you are going to attack corporations . . .  fine, get rid of them all or at least quit contracting with them. )  
‘Days of Rage’: Protestors Planning to Occupy Wall Street Hope to Bring Tahrir Square Home to the UShttp://rbo2.com/tag/george-soros/  Adbusters’ Occupy Wall Street Facebook page invites followers to vote for their favorite demand. . . . over the course of three days in Chicago in 1969. The “Days of Rage” demonstrations were organized by the Weatherman faction of Students for a Democratic Society. . . . founded in part by communist William Ayers (Here are some of their demands and the article goes on to talk about Soros involvement.)
BLOG: # OccupyWallStreet Update: Professional Agitators and Labor Groups Join Anti-Capitalist Protests  http://kleinonline.wnd.com/2011/10/02/blog-occupywall-street-update-professional-agitators-and-labor-groups-join-anti-capitalism-protests/ The ACORN-affiliated Working Families Party is “helping to organize the protest.” The George Soros-funded MoveOn.org is “expected to mobilize its extensive online regional networks to drum up support for the effort.”
‘US Day of Rage & Occupy Wall Street’: ACORN, SEIU, Robin Hood Tax, New Constitution & George Soros  http://gulagbound.com/21216/us-day-of-rage-occupy-wall-street-acorn-seiu-robin-hood-tax-new-constitution-george-soros/comment-page-1/  Gulag Bound has connected George Soros to U.S. Day of Rage through The Ruckus Society on the U.S. Day of Rage website. (I could not find a link to Ruckus Society, but it only takes a minute or less to delete anything on the internet.  Here is what I did find )

http://usdayofrage.org/about.html    For these reasons, we come together now to organize state and national non-violent protests and assemblies of people to demand an Article V Constitutional Convention to restore integrity to our elections and government.  . . . The Framers created a method for escaping from captured government—an Article V Constitutional Convention. If 34 states pass resolutions calling for convention all sides have the opportunity to argue for changes they believe will restore democracy.

(Restore the Republic and our Representative government  idiots!!    This country was never designed to be  democracy.  Now You Know The Goal – a new Constitution.  Which brings us to another question, who would you trust to change the Constitution further than what was accomplished 1871, which formed a corporation?
Seeing as how the end result is a new Constitution why don’t they present it?  . . . . . . That’s the trick they are playing, it will be disclosed later.  Pure and simple the Helelian Dialectic is at work. )