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The 99% should occupy my wrinkled butt.

I’m late to complain about this whole “Occupy Wall Street” nonsense, but shut up, I’ve been busy. And I’ve got better things to do, most days, than to tear down ineffectual idiot hippies.

But my GOD, they make it hard to ignore them.

This past weekend in Toronto, thousands of chuckleheads gathered in a park in the general area of Toronto’s financial district, to protest economic inequality fostered by the banks.

Yes, these “peace is the best way” dumbniks think that the best way to foster radical, large-scale change is to stand politely in a park not where the people they want to change will see, on a Saturday, when the goddamn banks are closed.

Crap like this makes me wonder if this Occupy nonsense is some kind of astroturfing campaign put on by the banks to shut people up, like those “anti-tobacco” companies started by cigarette companies. Seriously, if you were to try to hold the least effective protest possible, this it what you’d do.

“Let’s show the banking industry that we’re not going to take their greed anymore by getting right in their face!”

“Awesome! You want to go down to their offices right now, and lock ourselves to the doors?”

“No, that’s crazy.”

“Want to boycot their services, and deprive them of their operating capital, thereby causing them some actual discomfort?”

“What? Fuck no. We’re going to sit in a park 500 meters from their offices.”

“…Okay.”

“And we’re going to do it when they’re closed, and probably not even in the right city! They won’t know what fucking hit them!”

To be clear, I’m not for people being mistreated. I’m quite the opposite of that. But all you Occupy idiots are just so crapdamn incompetent, it’s dropping my IQ. If you were asked to find your way out of a paper bag, you’d decide to sit and wait for it to completely degrade because that would be easiest and most efficient, even though it would take you months and none of you bothered to notice that the paper bag is completely open, and you could walk out.

If you want to effect change in an entrenched system, you don’t just sit quietly in a corner waiting for the other person to change. That’s abuse-victim talk, and while you do view yourself as victims of a heartless system, how many abusers have decided to completely change themselves just because his/her victim sat quietly, taking it with tear-soaked cheeks? No, if you want to change the system, you have to make the current mode of operation uncomfortable. You do this by depriving them of the profits they thrive on, or by showing them that the better way can offer them more profits. While the music industry still occasionally acts like dickwads regarding piracy, once they finally, eventually realized they could make a bunch of money selling music digitally, they changed their practices and now you can’t swing my unimpressive dick around without hitting a music download/sale/streaming service.

If you want the banks to notice you, and to change, don’t just tell them they’re making more money than you. They know that, you goddamn reprobates, they’re the bank; they know how much money you have, and they know how much money they have. I’d say that the only thing I hate more than a hippie is a misinformed, incompetent hippie, but that describes the entire goddamn group. For example:

This dufus is wasting thousands of dollars and years of her life on training she already knows is useless, and that’s somehow the bank’s fault? How about blaming her parents for raising such an r-tard?

This whole “We are the 99%” business is crapping idiotic. This is from the we are the 99% tumblr account:

We are getting nothing while the other 1 percent is getting everything. We are the 99 percent.

The dufus above also claims that only the top 1% can afford to pay for their higher education. Never mind that her premise is flawed — is the world only fair if every single family has an extra $60,000 just lying around? — she will be able to pay for her own education, but poor muffin, she’ll be the one to foot the bill, not her parents. What a goddamn tragedy, having to earn your way through the world while other people can ride on the success of previous generation. I want to be Paris Hilton!

This 99% business is factually inaccurate. 99% of the people are poor, and 1% aren’t? Jesus H Christ, you hippie shits, you’ll have more credibility if you have facts, and not just a happy slogan, to throw at people. This is an income distribution chart for the US, via Wikipedia:

If you look closely, you’ll notice that only about, oh, 45% of the population of the US is at or above $50K a year. The median salary for the US, according to recent census data, is $50,233. Now, sure, that sucks when you don’t have health care provided for free (suck on that, Yanks!) but that isn’t exactly poor. And a full 26.75% of the population makes 75K a year!

But what about the top 1%? I saw different figures for that, but it seems safe to say that it’s at least 300K a year, possibly 400K.

Are these hippie shits seriously saying that any amount of money below 300K is unliveably low? More than that, they’re literally saying they think that earning $299,999 a year is nothing. Are you goddamn shitting me? Look, you commune-eating bastards, if money is so important to you, why did you make yourself a hippie instead of, say, someone with a goddamn brain?

Shut up.

  1. stewj
    October 17, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    youre an idiot. have fun with your internet ramblings.

  2. Walt Mosspuppet GETS IT
    October 17, 2011 at 6:12 pm

    AMEN!

  3. Paulo
    October 20, 2011 at 5:08 am

    “if money is so important to you, why did you make yourself a hippie instead of, say” … a BANKER! ;-))
    The worst part is that they are complaining to wrong people. It is the GOVERNMENT who takes money from education, welfare , etc to put in nice bailing out projects for banks.
    They should occupy the White House instead and, most important, vote in people who share the same convictions.
    Incompetent hippies!

  4. cnymiche
    October 28, 2011 at 5:06 am

    Thank You for posting this. It’s just time “we” the 100% take responsibility, it’s not up to the government to fix e v e r y t h i n g. This country was not founded on complaining and waiting for hand outs– some need reminding.

  5. pat
    October 28, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    I can’t thank you enough for being one intelligent voice in a sea of crap stupidity! These soap dodgers haven’t got a clue and have no real solutions for what they ‘think’ is wrong.
    They are lazy, stupid, welfare wanting scum that don’t want to work for anything – they want it handed to them.
    They break the law and then cry and bitch when the cops – who are definitely NOT part of the so-called 1% – are then forced to come in and do their job.

    It is my firm belief that the downside of our civilization is that we have eliminated the possibility of natural selection; these idiots should be allowed to dissolve out of existence and leave the planet for the rest of us.

  6. December 1, 2011 at 9:19 pm

    You’re entitled to your opinion of course, but spending all that time debunking some hyperbole on the tumblr page is sortof–I dunno… it’s *hyperbole*, y’know? You could have just said as much. Do you really not know the factual basis for “this 99% business?”

    I thought pretty much everyone knew that the 99% / 1% reference is about a simple fact: the top 1% control more than 40% of the wealth. (The bottom 80% control about 15% of the wealth.) This isn’t, like, disputed information. Just Google it, bro.

    “In the United States, wealth is highly concentrated in a relatively few hands. As of 2007, the top 1% of households owned 34.6% of all privately held wealth, and the next 19% (the managerial, professional, and small business stratum) had 50.5%, which means that just 20% of the people owned a remarkable 85%, leaving only 15% of the wealth for the bottom 80% (wage and salary workers). In terms of financial wealth (total net worth minus the value of one’s home), the top 1% of households had an even greater share: 42.7%.” (Edward N. Wolff at New York University (2010))

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