Alyona - Bloomberg Defense Of Wall Street Banks Misguided And Elitist #OccupyWallStreet





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Alyona: Bloomberg Defense Of Wall Street Banks Misguided And Elitist #OccupyWallStreet

The Alyona Show calls out NYC Mayor Bloomberg for being a misguided elitist after calling for the support of Wall Street banks and attacking protestors.

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg criticized the Occupy Wall Street protests today, suggesting their days be numbered and said the Wall Street banks deserve our support.

In a bout of Orwellian doublespeak, New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg used his radio address today to hand out criticism against the Occupy Wall Street movement, calling the policies of the protestors misguided.

In an effort to sway the opinion of the public, he represented the movement as one that is protesting against the low income earners on Wall Street making between $40,000 -- $50,000 a year.

Everyone knows these protests aren't against the mailman or the IT guy working at Goldman Sachs. Their against the super elite who use the bottomless of money they have plundered and pillaged from the mailman and the IT guy to buy off our politicians and destroy the global economy.


He went on to say that while people have a right to protest, people on the street also have the right to get to work unmolested. Clearly, a baseless claim but none the less the kind of rhetoric that politicians will use to rouse anti-protestor sentiment.


Bloomberg: "The protesters are protesting against people who make $40-50,000 a year and are struggling to make ends meet. That's the bottom line. Those are the people that work on Wall Street or on the finance sector. [...] People in this day and age need support for their employers. We need the banks, if the banks don't go out and make loans we will not come out of our economy problems, we will not have jobs. And so anything we can do to responsibly help the banks do that, encourage them to do that is waht we need. I think we spend much too much time worrying about how we got into problems as to how we go forward. [...] Also we always tend to blame the wrong people. We blame the banks. They were part of it, but so were Freddie Mac and Frannie Mae and Congress. [....] People have the right to protest, but we also have to make sure that people who don't want to protest can go down the streets unmolested,"

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