The Hard Left despises Christianity and any form of religion other than Islam. The fruits of their aversion to God and his standards of morality is revealing itself with all its horrors at Occupy Wall Street where crime after crime is taking place without no justice in sight.
The American Pravda is naturally glued to the sexual harassment charges against Herman Cain, which I will address soon, and is asleep at the wheel while women and deaf men are truly being sexually assaulted at these Woodstock-like rallies. Mayor Bloomberg is also nowhere in sight while his city is plagued with sexual crimes going unreported.
Read from Big Government:
Rape, Gropes, and Assaults, Oh My: Mayor Bloomberg, Shut Down Zuccotti Park!
"Q: You said a deaf guy was raped?
Q: Did the guy, I mean, do these, did that get reported to the police, or did that stay inside the camp?
A: Well, OK, I’m not sure for that particular incident. Yeah, no I–that might have stayed inside the camp.
It’s time for New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to pull the plug on the dangerous circus in crime zone Zuccotti Park.
People have the right to protest, to assemble peaceably, to raise their voices and petition their government. They do not have the right to break the law. And Mayor Bloomberg has the duty to uphold the law.
Today, Big Government is releasing the first of several videos filmed yesterday in Zuccotti Park, featuring an activist who has been at the Occupy Wall Street protest since it began.
The young woman, whom we believe to be an activist named Channing Kehoe, refers to part of Zuccotti Park as a 'ghetto,' and discusses the prevalence of drug abuse, sexual assault, rape, and other violent crimes among the demonstrators:
'We’re trying to figure out what to do about [the drugs]…It’s putting all these people in danger–that, there’s sexual assault going on, we’re trying to deal with that…mostly drunk guys, going, groping girls, there was a guy that got raped, too, here–a deaf younger man…'
She estimates there have been 'at least ten' incidents of sexual assault and affirms that Occupy Wall Street has been 'unsafe for women' for the past three to four weeks. She describes the failure of security measures taken by activists to police themselves, as well as the reluctance of New York Police Department officers to intervene:
'There was a guy that got arrested for assault. He was, like, he hit a lady–or, he almost hit a pregnant lady, and then he hit a guy, he had, like, some kind of, like, baton–and he got arrested, but he came back here afterwards.'
She adds that the Occupy Wall Street activists are apparently in possession of photographs of individuals who are suspected of committing acts of sexual assault. These photographs may amount to what is more commonly known as 'evidence.'
Last week, Big Government contributor Brandon Darby wrote an article entitled, '#Occupy Movement Is Unsafe for Women: Attacks and Threats Show Dangers of Anarchist Organizing.' In it, he pointed out the numerous instances of rape and sexual assault haunting the Occupy movement.
What is greatly unsettling, and affirmed by the video above, is that these violent acts are often unreported and are dealt with 'internally,' where victims may be victimized again by being forced into silence while the perpetrators are, at worst, asked to stay away. As Channing suggests, these predators sometimes simply return.
The chaos and crime at Occupy Wall Street reflects similar patterns of apparent violent disorder at Occupy protests across North America–from heroin dealing in Boston, to assaults at Occupy Oakland, to an alleged rape at Occupy Cleveland, to alleged sexual assault at Occupy Ottawa, and to an unexplained death at Occupy Oklahoma City. Activists have, at several sites, discouraged each other from reporting serious crimes–including rape–to the police.
It is true that the Occupy Wall Street protest is taking place on private property. Yet Mayor Bloomberg’s responsibility does not end at the curbside. In fact, he may have a special responsibility to act, since it was his strange prediction of 'riots' on September 16, 2011 that helped set the stage for the Occupy Wall Street protest that began the very next day.
Mayor Bloomberg is allowing New York’s inmates to run the asylum. That has set a bad example that is being repeated across the country, with dozens of known victims.
It is time for Mayor Bloomberg to close down the violent crime zone that he helped create."
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