Desperate occupiers pay homeless to occupy

Ethel C. Fenig
When the going get's tough, the weak get going.  And there's nothing like a cold, snowy winter--or even rainy, cool autumn weather--to separate the weak from the tough.  Cool, rainy weather is an inconvenience for American soldiers, although many deserted George Washington during that first cruel winter fighting the British occupiers.  But the delicate Indianapolis occupiers, of whom there are fewer and fewer, are melting as the weather gets cooler, the winds pick up and the rain falls.
 
But in order to pretend they're a dynamic group, representative of an overblown percentage of humanity, one Indianapolis occupier is recruiting homeless people to prance around with occupier signs according to this Fox News report. 
 
the organizers of the 'Occupy' movement in Indianapolis have turned to the homeless for help, recruiting them to help maintain the 'Occupy' presence in the city.
 
In an audio recording of a web seminar conducted November 9 between Occupy Indianapolis organizers and the demonstrators, one unidentified organizer can be heard saying, "I feel bad, man. I personally feel bad that we have you guys out here. And there's ... there seems to be really no purpose of it, other than ... other than to show that Indianapolis has a physical occupation. You know, cause you are pretty much our billboard for Occupy Indianapolis." 
 Indiana Barrister has more on this and other conversations of the phony--and bigoted--Indianapolis occupiers who might bravely scurry out in the cold once again to harass those attending the Super Bowl at Indianapolis' Lucas Stadium. 
Occupy Indy #1

  • 1:19 - Homeless described as "not nice" and not feeling safe around them.
  • 1:52 - Occupy Indy admits they have homeless people working their "operation"
  • 3:45 - Occupy Indy admits how disorganized they are and claims things have fallen apart.
  • 6:45 - Occupy Indy calls the homeless their "billboard"
  • 12:15 - Occupy Indy talks about occupy Lucas Oil Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday
Occupy Indy #2

  • 3:05 - Occupy Indy organizers accuse homeless of not communicating that they were hungry or cold.
  • 4:50 - Occupy Indy calls the homeless "rogue players" in the movement
  • 7:05 - Occupy Indy organizers tell homeless why they can't physically be there 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
  • 11:00 - Occupy Indy organizers admit to their complete disorganization and effectiveness.

Occupy Indy #3

  • 0:38 - Occupy Indy admits their battle slogan is not solidarity, but "great divide" and that they are way off course.
  • 2:40 - Occupy Indy acknowledges it has created a dangerous situation by bringing in the homeless.
And of course, the Indianapolis occupiers, not being greedy, are paying their proxy occupiers a living wage with full benefits, including the cell phones to communicate with them.
 
Of course...Not!
 

When the going get's tough, the weak get going.  And there's nothing like a cold, snowy winter--or even rainy, cool autumn weather--to separate the weak from the tough.  Cool, rainy weather is an inconvenience for American soldiers, although many deserted George Washington during that first cruel winter fighting the British occupiers.  But the delicate Indianapolis occupiers, of whom there are fewer and fewer, are melting as the weather gets cooler, the winds pick up and the rain falls.
 
But in order to pretend they're a dynamic group, representative of an overblown percentage of humanity, one Indianapolis occupier is recruiting homeless people to prance around with occupier signs according to this Fox News report. 
 
the organizers of the 'Occupy' movement in Indianapolis have turned to the homeless for help, recruiting them to help maintain the 'Occupy' presence in the city.
 
In an audio recording of a web seminar conducted November 9 between Occupy Indianapolis organizers and the demonstrators, one unidentified organizer can be heard saying, "I feel bad, man. I personally feel bad that we have you guys out here. And there's ... there seems to be really no purpose of it, other than ... other than to show that Indianapolis has a physical occupation. You know, cause you are pretty much our billboard for Occupy Indianapolis." 
 Indiana Barrister has more on this and other conversations of the phony--and bigoted--Indianapolis occupiers who might bravely scurry out in the cold once again to harass those attending the Super Bowl at Indianapolis' Lucas Stadium. 

Occupy Indy #1

  • 1:19 - Homeless described as "not nice" and not feeling safe around them.
  • 1:52 - Occupy Indy admits they have homeless people working their "operation"
  • 3:45 - Occupy Indy admits how disorganized they are and claims things have fallen apart.
  • 6:45 - Occupy Indy calls the homeless their "billboard"
  • 12:15 - Occupy Indy talks about occupy Lucas Oil Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday

Occupy Indy #2

  • 3:05 - Occupy Indy organizers accuse homeless of not communicating that they were hungry or cold.
  • 4:50 - Occupy Indy calls the homeless "rogue players" in the movement
  • 7:05 - Occupy Indy organizers tell homeless why they can't physically be there 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
  • 11:00 - Occupy Indy organizers admit to their complete disorganization and effectiveness.

Occupy Indy #3

  • 0:38 - Occupy Indy admits their battle slogan is not solidarity, but "great divide" and that they are way off course.
  • 2:40 - Occupy Indy acknowledges it has created a dangerous situation by bringing in the homeless.
And of course, the Indianapolis occupiers, not being greedy, are paying their proxy occupiers a living wage with full benefits, including the cell phones to communicate with them.
 
Of course...Not!