They’re from many different spheres of life, but they have one thing in common: a devotion to a truly decent society, not one undermined by corporate greed at every turn. What started as Occupy Wall Street in New York City has spread to other communities. The demonstrations have been known to attract several dozen participants.
Superficially, the Occupy Wall Street movement appears to be composed of people united by noble desires, and people who are demonstrating (mostly) peacefully to those ends (to the extent that such ends are articulable). Yet some have begun to openly question the motives of the people assembling in these gatherings, and the extent to which they may be misrepresenting their true intentions. Eventually, the uncomfortable question must be asked:
Are the Occupy Wall Street protestors fueled by pedophilia?
You don’t see it on their signs, or hear it in their rhetoric. There are also no apparent associations with known groups or people advocating such. Nevertheless, the undercurrent may be unmistakable. Perhaps most tellingly, no one claiming association with the Occupy Wall Street movement has officially denied an association with pedophilia.
So what do we have here? Americans (mostly) peaceably exercising their freedoms of assembly and speech? Or an insidious and demented sociocultural cancer?
Frighteningly, no one seems to know for sure.