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Occupy Wall Street: The Communist Movement Reborn [Kindle Edition]

John Perazzo , David Horowitz
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When it burst on the scene in late 2011 , the Occupy Wall Street movement presented itself as a spontaneous erruption of popular anger by grass roolts representatives of the "99%" outraged by the way the "1%" were rigging the American economy for their own advantage. But this claim was secretly orchestrated by a long established netowrk of radical activists, among them operatives from the notiroius organization ACORN, left wing philanthropists such as George Soros and socialist public employees unions. In this startling expose of the origins and intentions of OWS, David Horowitz and John Perazzo show that the movement is simply a new form of communism playing the old communist shell game--the rvived fantasy of a world without money, classes, or government. For a new generation of radicals who draw inspiration frolm Marxists and communits who came before them, the OWS movement is an attack not against "unfairness," as it claims, but against American society and an economic system that has been the envy of the world.


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5.0 out of 5 stars everything We All Knew October 19, 2013
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Another short & to the pint book by David Horowitz & John Perazzo. Very good read outlining the behind the scenes organizing, manipulation & direction of the Occupy group by who else? The Left.
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5.0 out of 5 stars usual Horowitz June 3, 2013
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Pulls no punches, knows his stuff, knows who's-who, knows what this is all about. OWS doesn't get off the ground without state-run media ignoring the radical views of those pulling the strings.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Remnants of the Hippie Generstion? May 19, 2013
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If you want the stark facts about the Occupy Wall Street crowd, then this book is for you. Learn: Who are these people? What are their aims? Who is financing them and their demonstrations--and why? Who's pulling their strings? A tremendous amount of research went into this book, so much to absorb. Book should also be read by college students so they don't fall victim to OWS propaganda.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Occupy movement: Same old crap, different decade January 23, 2013
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I've read many of Mr. Horowitz' books over the years and I have to say, I've always thought of his perspective as unique in that he's a one-time leftist radical turned Reagan conservative. I'd heard much about the occupy movement and, from its inception, I didn't think it was all that revolutionary, considering that all they really did was trot out the same old socialist clap-trap that many of us heard before, going back to the late 1800's. A revolution, by definition, is supposed to bring something new to the table, not rehash failed ideas, like socialism, that have never worked, nor have any hope of working. Moreover, violence and hate alone do not a revolution make. Horowitz does a good job making his that the occupy movement is surprisingly well-funded and in keeping with the left's previous protest movements. I just wish the book was longer.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A must read October 30, 2012
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Once again the destroy from within mentality raises it's ugly head while the rest of us, too busy making a living, remain unaware. This is a great short read of the behind the scene sponsorship and true goals of the OWM. It was like traveling back to the late 60's and 70's when these same radical types were destroying the universities and using the students to try and destroy the nation for their own goals. It never ceases to amaze what goes on behind these movements, but it is even more frightening to know that our president had ties to some of these groups in his not so distant past. The name ACORN, in any of its forms, should set off alarm bells to the public whether it be voter fraud, rigged elections, helping to destroy the banks through its loan demands, and its apparent role in helping to stage the OWM. We need to wake up, and we need to protest a media that is becoming alarmingly complicit in advancing this new world order of the Socialists.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Gruesome Facts about OWS July 9, 2012
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A brief reading of this highly informative booklet will tell you why the Radical Left considers David Horowitz to be Public Enemy #1. It's because Horowitz was born a red-diaper baby and spent his first twenty years as a member of the Radical Left. He even edited "Ramparts" magazine before coming to his senses in early maturity. Now, as a conservative, Horowitz is not only a terrific writer, he knows where the bodies are buried.

Do you wonder where OWS came from? Surprisingly, it originated with a Radical Leftist in Canada! He was soon joined by the usual gang of Communists, Socialists, Anarchists, etc. Their idea was to have a relatively mild (and vastly misleading) series of demonstrations. They were joined by SEIU and ACORN.

Unfortunately for the planners, they couldn't keep their street radicals under control, and soon there were signs everywhere saying "Crush Capitalism," "Off The Pigs," and so forth --- which delivered a huge black eye to fools like Nancy Pelosi who made extensive statements in support of OWS.

As an unknown radical said, "The issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution." While OWS pretended to be concerned about Wall Street and the 1 percent-99 percent divide, their not-so-hidden agenda was the overthrow of the American government.

For more information, you can now see Occupy Unmasked, a devastating documentary.

An eye-opening short read -- highly recommended!
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Occupy Wall Street: The Communist Movement is a frightening but important book. Perazzo has carefully researched his material, and he shows that a protest movement (whether the issues are legitimate or fabricated) are often secretly backed by sinister and hidden forces. Citizens need to be fully aware of any group or movement before they join it.
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