The Summer of Disruption

Originally published on AmericanThinker.com
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As  the summer of 2012 heats up, OWS will be more about disruption of the working class than trying to get the working  class to join.  The OWS strategy to cause a major disruption could be as  simple as turning a knob.

When  OWS was still just a dream in the minds of Van  Jones, Anonymous,  the unions, and the like, these people and entities must have had in their heads  the wishful scenario wherein the majority of Americans, known by OWS as the  working class, would see the justness of the Occupy cause and with their greedy  little hearts run to the streets, lugging tents behind them, demanding unearned money from the rich and swelling the  numbers of Occupy into a political force to stand toe-to-toe with the Tea  Party.

Instead,  OWS, unlike the Tea Party, showed no purpose it was willing to make explicit and  no demands it was willing to reveal, while exhibiting rampant lawlessness,  racist and sexist incivility, and a startling lack of depth.

OWS  leadership most likely assume that their failure to get the working class is the  fault of the 1% — or the bourgeoisie, as Lenin  called them — who, thanks to capitalism, are “in a position to bribe the  upper strata of the proletariat; these strata, so bribed, naturally behave as  ‘traitors.’”  You, your friends, and your neighbors, through imperialism  (capitalism), are being bribed (earning a paycheck) by your bourgeoisie  overlords (bosses) to be traitors (non-communist) — and that’s why the working  class haven’t shown their solidarity to OWS.

The  gloves are about to come off for the Occu-Proletariat, and they are about to  target all the class traitors to the cause.  The venom they have been  reserving for the rich and/or Jews will now be spewed at the majority of their  class peers — the turncoats who have chosen to keep being productive each day  instead of camping in their own waste at Zuccotti Park.

How  can they completely disrupt the nation, cost millions of dollars to major  industries, and really put the screws to the working class?  Occupy  Air Toilets, of course.  The strategy would be simple.  OWS  members in each state would book flights on different airlines over one  day.  When the planes go up in the air, the Occupiers simply get up from  their seats, walk into the restrooms, lock the doors and refuse to come  out.  The little “Occupied” sign would even be lit up — what a YouTube  moment!  Don’t be surprised to hear rumblings on the progressive grapevine about the Occupy Air Toilet J5SDS  (July 5th Sit-Down Strike) to be held on the 87th anniversary of the Wagner Act, which  set up the National Labor Relations Board.

Occupy  Air Toilets would only be a first, high-profile strike at the transportation and  service sectors — two sectors which have many friendly and sympathetic  unionists willing to aid or simply look the other way.  And after pulling  similar stunts in buses, trains, bars, restaurants, and even elevators in  high-rise office buildings by overcrowding them and refusing to leave, what will  be the next step on the OWS agenda?

Things  will escalate to explicit, widespread, coordinated crime and violence.  Of  course, it will be directed at  the cops at first.  At first. OWS will probably even bring back their original Day of Rage moniker  from September 17, 2011.  Why the “newfound” thirst for violence from the  self-labeled non-violent movement?  OWS will remember these  words of Lenin:

The  revolutionary dictatorship of the proletariat is won and maintained by the use  of violence by the proletariat against the bourgeoisie, rule that is  unrestricted by any laws.

And  if not, surely OWS will remember the words of former Weather Underground  terrorist Bill Ayers, from page 2 of Prairie  Fire: The Politics of Revolutionary Anti-Imperialism:

The  only path to the final defeat of imperialism and the building of socialism is  revolutionary war. [snip]

Revolutionary  war will be complicated and protracted. It includes mass struggle and  clandestine struggle, peaceful and violent, political and economic, cultural and  military, where all forms are developed in harmony with the armed struggle.

Without  mass struggle there can be no revolution.

Without  armed struggle there can be no victory.

After  all, Ayers is standing right there with  OWS, cheerleading them into the toilet.

Boyd  Richard Boyd blogs as the Cold Hearted Patriot at www.catwyp.com and is the author of America  Vs. Anti-America. E-mail: coldheartedpatriot@yahoo.com.  Twitter: @ColdHartPatriot.

 

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