OWS Series Posts Archive
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Wednesday 11/30/2011, 10:22am
This is the fifth part of our five-part series on right-wing attacks against Occupy Wall Street. A stalwart ally of corporate America, the Religious Right claims that Occupy Wall Street violates the tenets of Christianity. Strategy Five: Claim Occupy Wall Street Is Anti-Christian The very same Religious Right organizations that lauded tea party activists for taking to the streets are now attacking the Occupy Wall Street movement for doing the same. The Religious Right’s leadership is a faithful ally of corporate America, regularly helping the Corporate Right promote... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Tuesday 11/29/2011, 5:42pm
This is the fourth part of our five-part series on right-wing attacks against Occupy Wall Street. After pillorying activists in Occupy Wall Street as violent Communist bums, the Radical Right resorts to calling Occupy supporters anti-Semites. Strategy Four: Smear Occupy Wall Street As Anti-Semitic One of the biggest smears of the Occupy Wall Street movement has been the claim that the activists are anti-Semites motivated by a hatred of Jews. Conservative groups such as the Emergency Committee for Israel have played and replayed footage of a few people who attended one rally making... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Monday 11/28/2011, 5:00pm
This is the third part of our five-part series on right-wing attacks against Occupy Wall Street. Even though right-wing activists malign Occupy Wall Street demonstrators as both violent mobs and lazy slackers, conservatives contend that the movement is promoting communism in its call for corporate accountability. Strategy Three: Claim That What Occupy Wall Street Protestors Really Want Is Communism For many on the Right, calls for corporate accountability and for the country to address the problem of extreme income inequality translate to calls for communism. Eric Bolling claimed that the... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Tuesday 11/22/2011, 4:35pm
This is the second part of our five-part series on right-wing attacks against Occupy Wall Street. Even as the Right slams Occupy Wall Street as a communist movement bent on revolt, they also claim that the demonstrators are lazy, jobless complainers who don’t have political goals. Strategy Two: Call The Protesters Bums The Washington Times mocked the movement, calling the protestors “the Wall Street whiners,” “losers” and “crybabies,” and teasing that “[t]hese products of the most left-wing institutions in America have discovered that... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Monday 11/21/2011, 4:30pm
This is the first part of our five-part series on right-wing attacks against Occupy Wall Street. In July, the magazine Adbusters called on readers to set up camp on Wall Street and push for “one simple demand – a presidential commission to separate money from politics,” and the Radical Right has been attacking Occupy Wall Street ever since. The economic justice movement has brought attention to not only the issue of the massive influx of corporate money in politics but also the country’s exacerbating income inequality and the continued lack of accountability... MORE
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