The Regime Ginned Up Occupy Wall Street as Counter to Tea Party
October 05, 2011
RUSH: Jake in Tampa, Florida, welcome, sir, to the EIB Network. Great to have you here.
CALLER: Thank you very much, Rush. It's a great honor to speak with ya.
RUSH: Thank you very much, sir.
CALLER: Listen I was just thinking maybe we should stop calling this, you know, the new Obama jobs bill. Maybe start calling it the New New Deal, because that's essentially what it is.
RUSH: Yeah, that works. I like it's a tax bill. It really is. That's all it is. If you go through it, it's just tax increase here, tax increase there, and now they're adding even more taxes to it. But New New Deal, New Raw Deal.
CALLER: It's a Nation-Destroyer Deal is what it is.
RUSH: You could call us call it same old deal!
CALLER: I mean, I'm a 20-year-old "capitalist" like those kooks like to say and even I'm getting this stuff so, you know.
RUSH: You're only 20?
CALLER: Yes, sir.
RUSH: You are 20 year old capitolist?
CALLER: That I am.
RUSH: (laughing) That's how it's written on these kooks' website.
CALLER: And proud of it, too. (chuckles)
RUSH: What do you do for a living.
CALLER: I work in the warehouse, vending machine warehouse.
RUSH: You work in a warehouse, vending machine warehouse. Oh, cool. All right.
CALLER: I'm also trying to spread the diabetes.
RUSH: How is...? (laughing) Yeah. Right. I'm going to catch hell for saying that.
RUSH: How is business? How is the vending machine business and the vending machine warehouse, because if you're in the warehouse you'll know.
CALLER: Actually believe it or not, it's doing well. We're growing a bit and doing okay.
RUSH: Well, I'm not surprised. People have to eat.
CALLER: That's true.
RUSH: And a vending machine's easier than cooking.
RUSH: And if you're dumb you don't know how to cook, can't read recipes, it's just cheaper to go to a vending machine or fast food place.
CALLER: (laughing) Michelle Obama might disagree with you there, but, you know.
RUSH: I'm sure she would, but what does she know?
CALLER: Yeah. (laughing)
RUSH: All right, well, good. Jake, thanks for the call. Appreciate it. This is John in Plantation, Florida. Hi. Welcome to the EIB Network.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Thank you so much for allowing me on your show.
RUSH: Thank you, sir.
CALLER: My theory is about these demonstrators that just popped up in New York, is that there's some sort of conspiracy with the White House and the Democrats. They're looking for some group of people to confront the Tea Party next year; and the reason I believe this is because, first of all, when they are asked questions, they're there for no reason. They don't have any agenda.
RUSH: Oh, I know. You know, this a great point. In fact, I even saw something like that. I think you're really on to something here.
CALLER: Yes, sir.
RUSH: I saw earlier this week -- maybe late last week, whatever -- when some of the first stories on this group popped up (I think it was in The Politico or someplace) actually framed this as an answer to the Tea Party. I think you're exactly right. I think this is not spontaneous. I think this is structured and the way the media's reporting it, too. Like MSNBC's reporting on this like it's going viral, and like it's totally spontaneous, and like everybody's shocked, "But this is really big! This is really serious!" This bunch of lunatics is getting more respect than the Tea Party ever has in the Drive-By Media. I'm like you. I agree with you totally about that.
RUSH: I don't think there's any question, now that I think about it, that the White House is behind Occupy Wall Street. You have unions involved, you have MoveOn.org involved. You have the Communist Party USA pushing this thing. There's no question. I think the idea that this is strategically centered and created to look as though there is an effervescent, spontaneous bubble-up response to the Tea Party is exactly what this is, and that's why... (interruption) No, it's not organic at all. It's manufactured, and that's why some in the State-Controlled Media are giving it legitimacy. 'Cause they hate the Tea Party. They hate the Tea Party for a number of reasons. One reason is that it is organic. They hate the Tea Party because there isn't a leader.
They hate the Tea Party because they can't tie it to the Republicans. They hate the Tea Party because they can't control it. They hate the Tea Party because the Tea Party is large and they had nothing to do with it, they hate it because it's independent, and they hate it because it's conservative. They've done everything they can to discredit it by insulting the people who are members of the Tea Party -- they're racists and sexist and all this kind of thing -- and it's not working. So this is the latest effort to make it look like the Tea Party's so hated and so despised that there is this organic, spontaneous combustion of a movement made up of people who just happen to love Barack Obama and want him to be reelected.
Now, the idea of Wall Street protests, this bunch -- the idea for doing the Occupy Wall Street protest -- was started by Canadians. It's the brainchild of a Canadian anti-consumerist magazine called Adbusters which registered the domain name OccupyWallStreet.org back in June. Now, among other things this bunch, Adbusters, the "anti-consumerist" magazine, has a long histoire of anti-Semitism. So in their corrupt and perverted minds Jewish money traders, Jewish bankers on Wall Street, why, it's a natural target. So you have a group in Canada, largely steeped in anti-Semitism, providing the idea for this.
In general they're an anti-capitalist group. They have had previous protest, like they had a thing called "Buy Nothing Day." Of course it was a flop but they still had it. You remember when Buy Nothing Day was, but they couldn't convince anybody to buy nothing. Now these are the clowns out there. Who in the world knits sleeping bags? Who in the world even sews them? Well, these people are agonizing over it. But they're basically political tools. They are a laughable joke. But they are being given credence and credibility by a State-Controlled Media and administration that is hungry for an appearance of grassroots love and support for The One -- which, of course, there is none. It's all gone. It's vanished.
RUSH: This kind of Wall Street protest has been in the back of the Obama campaign's mind for years. You remember when Obama warned the Wall Street bankers that he was "the only thing standing between them and the people with pitchforks"? Who was it that arranged for protesters to go to the homes and the front lawns of AIG executives to protest their bonuses? Who is it that has websites that organize all of this? None other than The Messiah, The One, "Barack Hussein Obama! Mmm, mmm, mmm!" Who was it who promised all the joy, wonderment, and hope and change? Who promised no cost for anything that you want, including free health care and free education? Who was it made people think that's what was gonna happen when he became president? "Barack Hussein Obama! Mmm, mmm, mmm!"