Michael Moore is a Liar in Sheep’s Clothing

Mainstream doesn’t report any of this until it is so obvious that they look foolish for continuing to ignore it, or when it becomes profitable for them to report on it.

Mainstream ignores us, so let’s ignore mainstream.  Ban mainstream. We are all contributers to the collective intellect, but mainstream sucks from our intellect like a parasite, then when they think they have our attention, they try to divert our energy to their agendas.  Michael Moore – $50 million net worth, and he is bought and paid for by the mainstream.  He is using Occupy Wall Street to further his career.  He talks about the “rich” as if he is not a member of that clan.  He is a liar in sheep’s clothing

Ignore mainstream!

  • guest

    I am willing to give Michael Moore, Warren Buffet and others like them the benefit of the doubt.
    The fact that someone is wealthy doesn’t preclude them from supporting social justice and recognizing right from wrong.  I am not “rich” but I am a far cry from being poor and I have voted my conscience over my wallet.  When I was young, I was one of those who paid  “no” taxes (except for FICA, sales, excise, and numerous other consumer/usage taxes).  Now, some of my income is subject to the highest current rate.  Would I go back to paying “no” taxes? –  not on your life.  Even though a part  of my income is subject to 55% (incl. FICA & state) I am still so much better off than when I paid no income tax. So when someone makes the arguement that higher taxes will stifle productivity they are full of it.
    As far as “mainstream” goes.  If we don’t eventually get mainstream attention nothing will change and  people will lose heart and give up.  I ( a gray-haired grandmother) intend to be in Boston tomorrow.  So all you young ones need to talk to gram and gramps about their participation at these rallys.  That might get some needed attention.

  • guest

    I am willing to give Michael Moore, Warren Buffet and others like them the benefit of the doubt.
    The fact that someone is wealthy doesn't preclude them from supporting social justice and recognizing right from wrong.  I am not "rich" but I am a far cry from being poor and I have voted my conscience over my wallet.  When I was young, I was one of those who paid  "no" taxes (except for FICA, sales, excise, and numerous other consumer/usage taxes).  Now, some of my income is subject to the highest current rate.  Would I go back to paying "no" taxes? –  not on your life.  Even though a part  of my income is subject to 55% (incl. FICA & state) I am still so much better off than when I paid no income tax. So when someone makes the arguement that higher taxes will stifle productivity they are full of it.
    As far as "mainstream" goes.  If we don't eventually get mainstream attention nothing will change and  people will lose heart and give up.  I ( a gray-haired grandmother) intend to be in Boston tomorrow.  So all you young ones need to talk to gram and gramps about their participation at these rallys.  That might get some needed attention.

  • jk2001

    I hope Michael Moore is contributing at least 10K to this thing.  So many cities.  So many protests.  They need things like portable toilets.

  • A Supporter

    I hope Michael Moore is contributing at least 10K to this thing.  So many cities.  So many protests.  They need things like portable toilets.

  • I certainly hope that Moore is doing more than standing endlessly in front of the camera asking the rest of the masses to chant with him.

    He constantly bashes the very system that he is part of.  He has a net worth of over $50 million and counting.  He bashes capitalism, but that is the very system he has exploited to earn his wealth.  He talks about the “rich”, but he is rich.  He wants to end capitalism, but wants to keep the Federal Reserve.

    So then, what?  Do we move to socialism controlled by a central bank?  You have to be kidding, right?

    Michael Moore is the ultimate hypocrite.  At least Susan Sarandon, when she was there, was talking to the people there and getting them to speak THEIR minds.  Moore is grandstanding and using this as a forum for self-promotion.

    I don’t care what Moore has to say or think.  I want to hear the young people that are out there, and what their reasons are for wanting change.  They need to LEAD and Moore needs to FOLLOW.

  • I certainly hope that Moore is doing more than standing endlessly in front of the camera asking the rest of the masses to chant with him.

    He constantly bashes the very system that he is part of.  He has a net worth of over $50 million and counting.  He bashes capitalism, but that is the very system he has exploited to earn his wealth.  He talks about the "rich", but he is rich.  He wants to end capitalism, but wants to keep the Federal Reserve.

    So then, what?  Do we move to socialism controlled by a central bank?  You have to be kidding, right?

    Michael Moore is the ultimate hypocrite.  At least Susan Sarandon, when she was there, was talking to the people there and getting them to speak THEIR minds.  Moore is grandstanding and using this as a forum for self-promotion.

    I don't care what Moore has to say or think.  I want to hear the young people that are out there, and what their reasons are for wanting change.  They need to LEAD and Moore needs to FOLLOW.

  • Geistelig

    Do your research. He is contributing all his royalties to #OccupyWallStreet.

    • Where?  I have not seen where he is contributing.

  • Geistelig

    Do your research. He is contributing all his royalties to #OccupyWallStreet.

    • Where?  I have not seen where he is contributing.