Thursday, November 24, 2011

Pro-Family Citizens Stand Firm Against Occupiers

Finally - a grassroots response to the occupiers' bullying and intimidation:
Religious believers to left-wing activists: We’re not taking it anymore!

Christian believers and activists with signs and American (and Israeli) flags didn’t give an inch outside of the Holy Grounds Coffee House in Springfield, Mass., as a loud, well-organized “Occupy Springfield” protest converged to harass and intimidate them, targeting Pastor Scott Lively and his inner-city Christian mission. Christian activists also counter-picketed the nearby storefront of the “Occupy” organization with the message that they weren’t backing down.

It’s believed to be the first time in the U.S. that any Occupy harassment action has been met with resistance by those they were targeting.

The demonstration brings to the forefront what many have observed since the beginning of the “Occupy” movement: That along with its socialist and anarchist economic philosophy, at its core it is anti-American, pro-Muslim, and particularly hostile to Christianity and traditional values.
As if that wasn't obvious from the very beginning:
Case in point: The "Occupy D.C." protesters, who have squatted – in more ways than one – at Washington's McPherson Square, have posted a list of rules by which "occupants" are expected to abide. Rule No. 10 requires that folks not "assume anyone's gender," but, instead, "go with gender-neutral pronouns" like "comrade." (Who knew that a so-called "99 percent" of Americans were gender-bending commies?)
Here's a video of the stand-off. Lots of chanting and screaming (especially when the occupiers try to shout down Pastor Scott Lively with their drum and their chants) and a bold message to the internazi-sozi thugs: Occupy a job!

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