The block of Geary and Larkin was peppered with this curious yellow flyer yesterday outlining the author's belief that prominent liberal philanthropists George Soros and the Rothschilds are behind the Occupy Wall Street movement, which they've designed to influence the G20 into adopting a new 1% across-the-board stock transaction tax. Naturally, says the author, this would lead to global collapse and the formation of the New World Order.
The author points out that Occupy's whole strategy and sequence of events, including its artwork and language (but, really, why reinvent the wheel?), are modeled after the events leading up to the Bolshevik revolution. Because, obviously, citizens collectively demanding change in the status quo can only lead to communism.
Here it is in its entirety (we especially love how it starts out with a Twitter hashtag):
#OWS IS A PSYOP FUNDED BY GEORGE SOROS AND THE ROTHSCHILDS VIA OPEN SOCIETY, TIDES FOUNDATION, LUCIS TRUST, PROGRESSIVE INSURANCE & ADBUSTERS -- FOLLOW THE MONEY
"OccupyWallStreet" is an EXACT replica of events prior to the Bolshevik revolution of 1917 including the EXACT same artwork & language and the EXACT same sequence of dates starting with the Sept 17 "days of rage" -- which gave rise to Marxists Lenin and Trotsky. Upon martial law declaration in 1917 in response to massive civil unrest, political dissidents were rounded up and summarily executed. This entire "protest movement" is designed by Soros to influence G20 to adopt a new 1% across-the-board stock transaction tax which will be the straw breaking the camel's back in currency markets -- accelerating global collapse whereby nations will literally be BEGGING for the NWO's One World Government...
The site listed on the flyer is a sight to behold, especially the "Psyop Wall of Shame" which lists every person and organization under the sun regardless of political stance, including S.F. Mayor Ed Lee,
The Rotary Club, Glenn Beck, Henry Kissinger, Susan Sarandon, Woody Allen, DJ Samantha Ronson, the First Church of Satan, and Church of Latter-Day Saints. We imagine SFist might end up there soon, which would be quite flattering.