Occupy Wall Street Is “Pre-Occupied” And FAILING FAST
November 6, 2011

N.Y. Post Reporter Canice Giove spent the night in a Zuccotti Park tent with an anarchrist and a girl dressed like the devil.

A brave New York Post reporter joined the Occupy Wall Street movement in Zucotti park deep in Manhattan.  Her report today gives a terrific view of the dysfunctional crowd continuing to parade as a political protest.  The elusive “message” of the movement is long lost by this point, but still, Occupy Wall Street continues to attract followers.  Read what it’s like to be “occupying” the streets of New York:

“The parcel is now a sliver of madness, rife with sex attacks, robberies and vigilante justice. . . . “We have three-quarters of a million dollars in the bank and all these f–king people are not doing financial accounting while we’re calling for it from the larger corporations,” says the transgender leader. “A lot of good people are quitting.”

A day later, a female-only “safety tent” would be erected to shield women from predators.

Organizers plan to add a medical tent, as well as others designed to provide safe sleeping for gay, transgender and co-ed groups.

The threat of rape is very real here — for women and men.

The Zuccotti “cops” had just spent an hour and a half tracking Bezabeh through goat paths in the park armed with a description from the manager.

Dangerous, Dirty, and ....Done.

“We cannot take him in by ourselves, the cops have to come!” reiterates the OWS security force member.

They call the NYPD — and it becomes abundantly clear that the cops down there are sick of the antics.

“Every single night it’s the same thing. I mean, some guy was a victim of rape!” an officer snarls. “There comes a time when it’s over. This is a disaster. It’s all we’re doing, every two seconds, is locking somebody up every time. It’s done.

“It’s done,” he repeats. “Occupy Wall Street is no longer a protest.”

Scenes like this — and far worse — have been playing out since the Zuccotti Park “occupation” began on Sept. 17.

It’s a leaderless bazaar that’s been divided into state-like camps — with tents packed together so densely that the only way to add more would be to stack them.

New York City Cops? No, Portland. But the crowds and difficulties the same.

And despite an NYPD watchtower overhead and the entire north side of Zuccotti lined with police vehicles, it is quickly becoming one of the most dangerous places in New York City.

I arrive in the Financial District after dark on Thursday lugging a backpack, a sleeping bag and layers upon layers of clothes.

It’s 8 p.m., and the suits and ties fill the bars. They glare at my overstuffed bag as I walk from the E train to a 7-Eleven for a few last-minute items for my night in Zuccotti Park.

The anti-bacterial soap and powder are nearly out. Naturally, the condoms are fully stocked.

Outside, an old-man Occupier in a plaid earflap hat is screaming at people in the crosswalk at Church and Barclay.

“Why are you afraid of bunny rabbits? Whyyyyy?”

As I cautiously walk the Zuccotti perimeter, picking up photocopied literature on anarchy, there is a poster on a tent bearing a set of park rules that includes: “If you want to hook up, go to a singles bar.”

The whole movement is more like an unfenced correctional facility…..not a protest.  And all at taxpayers’ expense.



One Response to “Occupy Wall Street Is “Pre-Occupied” And FAILING FAST
November 6, 2011

  1. What is going on in these camps is a future look of lawlessness that will prevail if this country falls to their demands.  They are no longer protesters, they have become animals, feeling free to rape, beat and what next murder?  This is the democratic way of life.  This is our future if we don’t get Obama out of the White House and get our government back where it should be, in the background.