2012 will be the year war is recognized and defined between the “makers” and the “takers.”
Obama’s Marxist revolutionary thug “Occupy” appears to be the seam at which we Americans will make the 2012 decision for our course and direction—not jobs or the size of government.
While the media, Republicans and conservatives focused on Iowa Monday (the observed New Years Day) and while Obama was still vacationing, we nearly missed the violent, in your face “Occupy” throngs surging from coast to coast. More than 5,000 of these vile and violent takers have moved to take the term “We the People” as they crashed the Tournament of Roses Parade in California Monday.
They are the opposite of “We the People.” “We the People” recognize our sovereignty is a gift from the sovereign God, creator of the Universe. If they did recognize a god, it would not be the creator. It would be the Prince of Darkness. When they quote a scholar, it is always some form of Marxist taker. If they make a Biblical reference, they make a Marxist out of Jesus.
Don’t doubt me on this. At least one school is teaching “Occupy” to elementary children. The story is at the Blaze:
The ever-vigilant crew at WeaselZippers has uncovered a jaw-dropping incident at Woodbrook Elementary School in Virginia in which third-grade students performed (and school officials claim wrote) a song titled, “Part of the 99” as part of a “Kid Pan Alley” performance in October.
But despite the backlash, Albermale County school district is standing behind the song, claiming the children chose and wrote the lyrics themselves.
The lyrics, which mirror the very same sentiments and slogans espoused by the Occupy movement, have critics up in arms. The highly politicized song, which many believe is intended to indoctrinate children, follows below:
Some people have it all
But they still don’t think they have enough
They want more money
A faster ride
They’re not content
Yes — they’re the 1 percent
I used to be one of the 1 percent
I worked all the time
Never saw my family
Couldn’t make life rhyme
. . . . read it all.
By the way, they actually have an Occupy the Rose Parade Web Site.