Occupy Wall Street v. TEA Party

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Occupy Wall Street plan to infiltrate and disrupt TEA Party meetings to provoke violence. TEA Party patriots must not let that happen.

The new face of Occupy Wall Street

This spring the Occupy Wall Street gang has held hundreds of training sessions all over the country – from inner cities to rural communities. They even have a new name: “The 99% Spring.” However, the 99% that they claim to represent have certainly not felt the down-turned economy. Unlike their TEA Party counterparts that are grassroots initiatives, these training sessions were well-funded and well-equipped. Each meeting had professional trainers and an array of handouts, ranging from DVDs to training manuals. Whether or not it is hypocritical for Occupy Wall Street to benefit from the 1% they claim to be protesting against, the reader can decide. However, this TEA Party founder believes that organizations that can produce slick materials in so short a time are not grassroots and do not rely on the charity of their over-taxed members. So, who are they? Perhaps a look at their objectives can answer that.

Since the Occupy Wall Street movement erupted, many have wondered what this once rag-tag group of protesters are protesting. Their message was convoluted and inconsistent – unlike the Tea Party activists that commit themselves to limited government, fiscal responsibility, and restoring the Constitution. But Occupy Wall Street and TEA Parties have two things in common:

  1. To enlarge their numbers, and:
  2. For members of both groups to attend TEA Party meetings.

The Gadsden flag: symbol of the Tea Party. Why did Chris Christie equate this with Occupy Wall Street?

Christopher Gadsden's "Don't Tread On Me" flag, the unofficial symbol of the Tea Party movement. Photo: User VIkrum/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported License

Yes, you read that correctly – the Occupy Wall Street gang have instructed their members to infiltrate TEA Party meetings. They have further instructed them to create havoc at these meetings and to be disruptive by engaging TEA Party members in confrontation. It is more than possible that such marching orders will produce violence. The Tea Parties haven’t experienced anything like this in their three years of existence. This could lead to the demise of the TEA Party.

It is important to realize that the TEA Parties can very well be the deciding factor in the preservation of capitalism this November. While the media downplays the importance of the Tea Party in the election cycle, the Occupy Wall Street organizers aren’t buying it. They are actively doing all they can to minimize the impact the TEA Parties may have in upsetting the surge of socialism. If the TEA Parties don’t survive the summer of infiltration, it is quite possible that this liberty-loving country may not survive either.

Message to TEA Party patriots: Do not engage.

It therefore becomes imperative for every American TEA Party patriot NOT to engage any Occupy Wall Street member in any confrontation. Engaging the TEA Party in confrontation is part of the plan to destroy and marginalize the power of We the People. Occupy Wall Street organizers understand this. The TEA Party organizers and their members must understand it as well if they are to survive.

This bears repeating: Occupy Wall Street is well-trained, well-funded, well-organized and well- directed. And this time around their objectives are clear. They will do all they can to infiltrate and destroy the TEA Party. If they succeed, violence could breakout. Such a breakout could lead to Martial Law. You can expect to see them back on the streets as early as this weekend. The TEA Parties must exercise extreme caution this summer and avoid confrontation with these people as much as possible. Every TEA Party should be creating plans on how to deal with these intrusions and shenanigans. While the reputation of the TEA Party is at stake, the future of the country lies in the balance. These radicals would not be planning to destroy our effectiveness if they didn’t think we were a force to be reckoned with. We are, and God willing, we will remain strong and wise.

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RoseAnn Salanitri is a published author and Acquisition Editor for the New Jersey Family Policy Council. She is a community activist who has founded the Sussex County Tea Party in her home state and launched a recall movement against Senator Robert Menendez. RoseAnn is also the founder of Veritas Christian Academy, as well as co-founder of Creation Science Alive, and a national creation science speaker.

4 Responses to Occupy Wall Street v. TEA Party

  1. Tonto USA says:

    Lots of older folks and young families show up at Tea Party events. I for one, will tolerate no violence done to any of them. It will be quick and very dirty.

  2. rpeh says:

    As battles go, this is a non-starter.

    The TEA party is dead. You had a good run in 2010 and might still cause a few Republicans to lose in 2012, but you’ve had your day in the sun and it’s all over now. People have moved on.

    The Occupy movement is also dead. Now it’s more of an embarrassment than a serious movement, but its message lives on: a huge amount of time is given to the 99% vs 1% message, and income inequality is a huge factor in the 2012 election campaign.

    There’s a simple test:
    * where would the “message” be without the TEA party? Exactly where it is.
    * where would the “message” be without the Occupy movement? A long way away from where it is.

    The TEA party is dead. You people keep kicking the corpse, but that’s a long way from being able to say it’s still alive.

    • Terry A. Hurlbut says:

      The Tea Party these days holds meetings and teach-ins. It doesn’t need to hold the big rallies anymore.

      • rpeh says:

        Just as well, because there aren’t that many of you. If all you want to do is preach to the choir, keep doing what you’re doing.

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