Saturday, December 3, 2011

Occupy Orlando is Like a Flock of Geese….

I recently saw a flock of geese; they come to a nearby lake during the day. 




Most people think of them as a nuisance. They tear up the grass, make a lot of noise and leave crap all around. 
At night the geese relocate to another area and every morning return to the lake. 

It reminds me of Occupy Orlando.  Every morning the occupiers enter Sen. Beth Johnson Park, tear up the grass, make a lot of noise and leave crap all around. 
 









The occupiers are not permitted in the park after closing.  I think the occupiers got the message after the police arrested people and hauled away their gear, on 2 separate occasions, when the occupiers and their gear remained in the park after closing. 

At night the occupiers relocate to a strip of grass outside the park where they tear up the grass, make a lot of noise and leave crap all around. 

Local residents complained and the city listened.  Police sent a notice saying they would not be allowed to camp at that location after midnight Sunday night.  At 12:01am Monday any person or belongings remaining in the grassy area will be removed.  Just like the geese, the occupiers are pests, are invading land that is not their own and need to be removed.  Hopefully after midnight Sunday night the occupiers will give up, I hope it’s not spring before they fly away.  I prefer the geese.

See also:
OWS: Death of a movement
Occupiers: A Mobocratic Cult
 

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