Useless Causes II: Occupy Movement

So you’ve failed life pretty hard, you’re homeless, have no education and absolutely no prospects at succeeding at life, what are you going to do about it? Protest randomly about Wall Street!

Oh, the inequality! The injustice! The greed!

Instead of working hard or trying to at least get by, these people, whom most would deem to be the absolute bottom of society, create a scene in an attempt at being heard. In short, they expect to be given a free ride and rage at people doing well.

So what good is really coming of it? At these occupy protests, piles of trash are mounting, and the place begins to smell unpleasant. After several weeks, many in the crowd are in a serious need of a shower. It feels like a mini-third-world country in the streets of a major city.

The protestors are often creating violence and getting overly frustrated that their lives are terrible, which is a contrast to the bankers putting in the hours on Wall Street and enjoying the fruits of their hard work. There is an underlying jealousy which pushes these protestors to make collection of immature demands, from a free annual living wage, free college education to “forgiveness of debt on the entire planet”.

The large amount of arrests and extremism displayed at these pathetic protests further underlie the joke that is Occupy.

In New York, the NYPD forced the protestors to move from Wall Street to Union Square. I’d often walk by on evenings on the way back to my apartment and notice that it’d be the same people, still bitching and living on the street begging for cash when you walked by.

If you own an expensive car, you should drive by with the top down and show it off to these hopeless individuals, maybe also make sure your car is fast since they’ll probably try to damage it too. This is most likely due to all the built up rage from years of recurring failure at every aspect of their purpose-less lives.

If you ever walk past these protests, think about wearing a largely visible “1%” badge. Also consider wearing some stab and bullet proof clothing too since the risk of getting injured at these protests is pretty high.

Here’s a lovely example of how people get caught up in the joke and just take it too far..

Not convinced yet what a useless thing this so called “movement” is?

Maybe also read this

Follow the Blog on Twitter @MelbUniBlog

Advertisements

11 thoughts on “Useless Causes II: Occupy Movement

  1. Cindy says:

    Power 2 the People~!

  2. Dominic says:

    I agree, the whole thing is a fucking shambles.

  3. T says:

    Make money, fuck haters

  4. Chan says:

    I don’t want to say it again, but it seems like you missed the point of the ‘useless cause’ you were criticising…

    • Claude says:

      We’re mad cause everyone is greedy making money while we broke broke broke. We need a place to vent our failures, and it is OCCUPY!

  5. Jamie says:

    That mudda is fukk3d up

  6. Jacob says:

    Really this stupid protest doesnt go anywhere near the top tier its just a lot of stupid attacks on people with middle class lives. I have been seeing on the news that these fucking retards are stealing from corner shops and other people just because they have more of something. This entitlement attitude has to stop. yes the banksters are evil Identify the persons and policies and change that not random protest no one cares about people screaming on the streets.

  7. lolz says:

    lolz, good write up.

  8. Katrina says:

    I think your post is very biased and appears to assign labels of good and bad, the protesters being bad and the people making money being good; which is hardly the case. At no point did you discuss the inequalities in society that exist to create the rich and the poor, if you like. I don’t know where you got your education, but I think you need to study sociology or maybe do some volunteer work with homeless, disabled or youth; to develop some empathy.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: