◼ US Uncut advertised this as the true populist uprising rally, as a contrast to the phony astroturfed Tea Party. But if you invite the public to a rally beginning at 5pm and running to 6:30pm, and the organizers show up as a group early at the assigned place and then depart ten minutes before the public even has a chance to join in; and then go on a flash-mob march that features rehearsed choreographed dances; then it becomes completely obvious that this isn’t a mass movement, but rather just a small activist group doing political skits which they had practiced ahead of time, with no public involvement whatsoever.
Of course, since JPMorgan Chase is off the table, the plot having been exposed (caught on tape) a couple weeks ago, Bank of America is a convenient stand in. The game is in play, the scripts are assigned, the meme is "We're not broke (heads in sand), There's PLENTY of money! It's just that THEY (insert target du jour here) have it, and you don't, and you need to take it back! Hate the rich, Rah Rah Rah!"
Once you know the drill you can catch it - everywhere! Read up on the planned Union protests... that verbiage is inserted, it's all the evil corporations, if they'd just fork it over, the state wouldn't be going broke, No-o-o-o-o-o.
And, of course, we have our local group of Soros whores: ◼ The rallies are part of a campaign called “Make Them Pay.” Oh, and lookie-there, Michael Moore surfaces again. Makes you want to see the money trail, doesn't it?
◼ Tea Party vs. US Uncut: A San Francisco Tax Day Showdown - Compare and contrast.