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NYC Residents Blast Zuccotti Park Protesters

From the New York Post:

Angry Manhattan residents lambast Zuccotti Park protesters

By JOSH SAUL
October 21, 2011

Infuriated lower Manhattan residents went ballistic on Zuccotti Park protesters at a chaotic Community Board 1 meeting tonight while blasting politicians for allowing the siege to continue without any end in sight.

"They are defecating on our doorsteps," fumed Catherine Hughes, a member of Community Board 1 and a stay at home mom who has the misfortune of living one block from the chaos. "A lot of people are very frustrated. A lot of people are concerned about the safety of our kids."

Perhaps they should be called the ‘Pee Party’? Or worse.

Fed up homeowners said that they’ve been subjected to insults and harassment as they trek to their jobs each morning. "The protesters taunt people who are on their way to work," said James Fernandez, 51, whose apartment overlooks the park.

These protesters are harassing ‘the workers’? What a shock. We thought they were the champions of the workers.

Board member Paul Cantor said that residents are fed up with the incessant racket that emanates from the protest at all hours. "It’s mostly a noise issue," he said. If people can’t sleep and children can’t sleep because the protesters are banging drums then that’s a problem."

What a reactionary. New Yorkers and the rest of the country must learn to live with and love our new ‘occupiers.’

(For the record, New York’s Central Park also has constant drum players. Which the city refuses to do anything about. And they aren’t even protesting, they are panhandling.)

"They have to have some parameters," said Tricia Joyce, also a board member. "That doesn’t mean the protests have to stop. I’m hoping we can strike a balance on parameters because this could be a long term stay."

They will stay until the Soros money runs out or the nighttime temperatures reach the mid-forties. Whichever comes first.

The line to get into the standing room only meeting spilled out of the board’s office and onto the street outside where Zuccotti sympathizers sparred with angry residents.

Sparring? From these promoters of peace and tolerance?

One elderly woman told a protester to stop screaming and was met with an even hgiher [sic] volume. "Get some earplugs!" retorted David Spano. "This is the street. I can say whatever I want! I can’t calm down, I’ve been struggling for 30 years!"

Spoiled children are used to getting their way by screaming.

Perhaps they should be called the ‘Pee Party’? Or worse.

Fed up homeowners said that they’ve been subjected to insults and harassment as they trek to their jobs each morning. "The protesters taunt people who are on their way to work," said James Fernandez, 51, whose apartment overlooks the park.

These protesters are harassing ‘the workers’? What a shock. We thought they were the champions of the workers.

Board member Paul Cantor said that residents are fed up with the incessant racket that emanates from the protest at all hours. "It’s mostly a noise issue," he said. If people can’t sleep and children can’t sleep because the protesters are banging drums then that’s a problem."

What a reactionary. New Yorkers and the rest of the country must learn to live with and love our new ‘occupiers.’

(For the record, New York’s Central Park also has constant drum players. Which the city refuses to do anything about. And they aren’t even protesting, they are panhandling.)

"They have to have some parameters," said Tricia Joyce, also a board member. "That doesn’t mean the protests have to stop. I’m hoping we can strike a balance on parameters because this could be a long term stay."

They will stay until the Soros money runs out or the nighttime temperatures reach the mid-forties. Whichever comes first.

The line to get into the standing room only meeting spilled out of the board’s office and onto the street outside where Zuccotti sympathizers sparred with angry residents.

Sparring? From these promoters of peace and tolerance?

One elderly woman told a protester to stop screaming and was met with an even hgiher [sic] volume. "Get some earplugs!" retorted David Spano. "This is the street. I can say whatever I want! I can’t calm down, I’ve been struggling for 30 years!"

Spoiled children are used to getting their way by screaming.

Perhaps they should be called the ‘Pee Party’? Or worse.

Fed up homeowners said that they’ve been subjected to insults and harassment as they trek to their jobs each morning. "The protesters taunt people who are on their way to work," said James Fernandez, 51, whose apartment overlooks the park.

These protesters are harassing ‘the workers’? What a shock. We thought they were the champions of the workers.

Board member Paul Cantor said that residents are fed up with the incessant racket that emanates from the protest at all hours. "It’s mostly a noise issue," he said. If people can’t sleep and children can’t sleep because the protesters are banging drums then that’s a problem."

What a reactionary. New Yorkers and the rest of the country must learn to live with and love our new ‘occupiers.’

(For the record, New York’s Central Park also has constant drum players. Which the city refuses to do anything about. And they aren’t even protesting, they are panhandling.)

"They have to have some parameters," said Tricia Joyce, also a board member. "That doesn’t mean the protests have to stop. I’m hoping we can strike a balance on parameters because this could be a long term stay."

They will stay until the Soros money runs out or the nighttime temperatures reach the mid-forties. Whichever comes first.

The line to get into the standing room only meeting spilled out of the board’s office and onto the street outside where Zuccotti sympathizers sparred with angry residents.

Sparring? From these promoters of peace and tolerance?

One elderly woman told a protester to stop screaming and was met with an even hgiher [sic] volume. "Get some earplugs!" retorted David Spano. "This is the street. I can say whatever I want! I can’t calm down, I’ve been struggling for 30 years!"

Spoiled children are used to getting their way by screaming.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, October 21st, 2011. Comments are currently closed.

7 Responses to “NYC Residents Blast Zuccotti Park Protesters”

  1. Astravogel says:

    Perhaps NYC could ‘borrow’ the 400 police,
    some on horseback, who cleaned out the 100
    ‘occupiers in Melbourne today. Then the Aussies
    could have a go, plus a nice trip, and the NYC
    big bugs could deny any involvement come the
    elections.

  2. GetBackJack says:

    Treat them like the untrained mongrels they are. Roll a newspaper, grab them by the collar, stick their nose in it and whack them soundly on the backside while shouting NO! Bad Bad Occupier!

  3. tranquil.night says:

    “It was a fairly straightforward case of corruption: Big Business paying big bucks to politicians, who used the power of Big Government to distort the free market. And yet, the Occupy Wall Street bunch only seems interested in protesting and criticizing the Big Business end of this destructive ‘partnership.’ It’s unsurprising, but ironic, to see these protests become demonstrations against capitalism. The Big Government-Big Business ‘partnership’ culminates in the system of government known as fascism, in which government places all the orders, and a favored band of crony businessmen fills them. Free-market capitalism is the only reliable defense against fascism. The grim horrors that leap to mind when the word ‘fascism’ enters a conversation are side effects of the central economic model. They come to pass because fascism relies on a power dynamic prominently displayed in the subprime mortgage crisis and its Occupy Wall Street aftershocks: in the corrupt ‘partnership’ between Big Government and Big Business, the latter takes all the blame, allowing Big Government to use its failures as demands for greater power. It’s a downward spiral that begins with smiling politicians in business suits promising to build bridges to thefuture with smart ‘investments’… and ends somewhere darker, in a time when all pretense of voluntary ‘investment’ is abandoned, and choice can no longer be tolerated because it fuels resistance.” – Doc0

    Proreason in April, 2010: “Fascism is defined as controlling the means of production, but not specifically owning the industries.” http://sweetness-light.com/archive/goldman-sachs-charges-drive-mkts-down

    And before that, in the immediate wake of Subprime, we had our sights on the incestuous relationship between Washington and Goldman. We forecasted what they would seek to do through regulation and the consequences 8+ months before Dodd-Frank was quietly pushed through the 111th.

    That’s why if OWS smells of anything other than dirty money and dirty bums, it’s political desperation from the Globalist Currency Vampires and their Kinglette in the White House.

    Dracula brought his zombie class warriors to America and they’ve smacked right into Sweetness & Light. Ahhh, it burns!!

    It must be Leftist tradition for the costumes to actually come off around Halloween.

    • Petronius says:

      TN: Speaking of the Big Government – Big Business partnership, Morgenson & Rosner in “Reckless Endangerment” (2011) identify most of the key players responsible for the 2008 subprime meltdown and financial crisis. Nearly all of them are well-connected Democrats, nearly all of whom landed on their feet post-2008, including some now occupying cushy Wall Street and government positions.

      Morgenson’s list is not complete, but makes interesting reading. For the record, here are the names, and the positions they occupied before and after the 2008 meltdown :

      1. Barney Frank: Democrat Congressman Massachusetts = Democrat Congressman Massachusetts.
      2. Chris Dodd: Democrat Senator Connecticut = lobbyist.
      3. Maxine Waters: Democrat Congresswoman Calif. = Democrat Congresswoman Calif.
      4. Jim Johnson: CEO Fannie Mae = director Goldman Sachs and Target, sinecure at the Brookings Institute.
      5. Franklin Raines: CEO Fannie Mae = retired multi-millionaire.
      6. Tim Geithner: chief of NY Fed = Obama’s Treasury Secretary.
      7. Robert Rubin: Clinton’s Treasury Secretary = vice chairman Citigroup and runs a hedge fund.
      8. Larry Summers: a top-level Clinton Treasury official = resigned as Obama’s economic adviser (2010), now a Harvard professor.
      9. Angelo Mozilo: CEO Countrywide Credit = retired multi-millionaire; ranked by Condé Nast as 2d on their list of “Worst American CEO’s of All Time.”
      10. Henry Cisneros: Clinton’s 1st Secretary of HUD = resigned under the cloud of an FBI investigation, director of Countrywide Credit and KB Home.
      11. Andrew Cuomo: Clinton’s 2d Secretary of HUD = Democrat governor of New York.
      12. Roger Ferguson: Fed Board of Governors = CEO of a big pension fund.
      13. Alicia Munnell: Boston Fed (authored paper on red-lining) = professor of management science at Boston College.
      14. Dick Syron: chief of Boston Fed (issued anti-red-lining guidelines), afterwards CEO of Freddie Mac = terminated in government takeover of Freddie Mac (2008), no further information.
      15. Peter Niculescu: Fannie Mae executive = partner at risk management firm.
      16. Peter Orszag: senior economist, Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers = director of Obama’s OMB, vice chairman Citigroup.
      17. Robert Zoellick: Fannie Mae general counsel and enforcer = president of the World Bank.
      18. Thomas Donilon: Fannie Mae lobbyist = Obama’s National Security Adviser.

    • sticks says:

      The most treasonous, murderous, lyingest, thievingest, black hearted and self serving politicians have come from the Democratic party and they almost always wind up doing well for themselves in this world. The day will come, however, when they will meet the one they cannot lie to or argue with. Things will not be so good then.

  4. canary says:

    Did the thugs catch DHS Napolitano just gave “illegal Mexicans on the deport list” the paper work to get work permits.? Politicians complain she rolled her eyes when they questioned this move at this time of jobless Americans.

    These are illegals with raps which in the millions ended up to costly to deport according to original plans.

    These NYV pestilent protesting dogs & rats would be perfect to hire for jobs to transport the illegal Mexicans ready to get more jobs.

    Don’t forget Obama’s aiding companies with 40% of wage pay to those that hire felons. Darn right that includes illegal criminal Mexicans in the U.S. once they get that paperwork out.

    I noticed the bar is down for those enlisting in the U.S. Army. The recruiting site now is written in so a 1st grader can understand it. Pehaps you were got pick pocketing in the past. Fraud regulations are now worded just don’t lie to your recruiters. Lying is a crime. Now I’d think Mexicans sure as heck know the word “fraud”.

    How come no one is complaining that Obama just sent 100 Army Special Forces to take on the most violent “gang” in Africa. Where is the outrage from our elected leaders.

  5. beautyofreason says:

    And they want to compare themselves to the tea party…hahahahaha

    One would think with all the donations to Occupy Wall Street that the finance committee could post fliers directing the protesters on how to take a bath, use the toilet, or dispose of trash. Once they manage the basics, a course in basic civility would be unopposed.


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