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There was some incredible audio released over the weekend of a meeting of several union and Occupy Wall Street leaders, including Stephen Lerner, where they pretty much admit that they are looking to bring and end to capitalism because it just can’t co-exist with democracy! Sure, it’s worked ever since America was founded and led to the rise of The United States as a superpower and beacon of hope and freedom for the rest of the world – but that’s not what Occupy Wall Street wants. They and their leaders want us to be just the same as everyone else, and this video reveals that it means an end to capitalism in order to bring about their version of true democracy…aka socialism!

Watch the video below, courtesy of Breitbart.com:

In the video, Lerner says:

How do we give workers the confidence? … How do we create a mood in the nation where we’re occupying our workplaces, where we’re shutting down our workplaces? … Where workers are sitting in, where workers are shutting down their places of work, and when the police come, when the injunctions come, we’re all there with them, so we can really deal with part of the reason that the economy’s so screwed up … which is a few people have got all the power. Think stew, think hope, death to the Stockholm Syndrome!

 “This is what they are now saying out loud,” Glenn said.

“ I want you to listen to its logical conclusion.  This is exactly what we’ve been saying but being hammered for.  Anybody ‑‑ you could play games and say, ‘Oh, well, that’s not really going to…; but if you use logic and play this out to its logical conclusion, it is the end of capitalism and that’s exactly what he’s saying,” Glenn warned.


“Please, America, take these people at their word,” Glenn said.

Glenn said that they are starting to develop their own value system, one that replaces capitalism with socialism, and they are trying to impose it on the rest of the country.

Breitbart.com adds, “This is where the unions and the Occupy movement and the academy all come together under one big anti-capitalist umbrella. Lerner, representing labor, says that the job of labor is to shut down business; Occupy says that its job is to smash the machines of capitalism; academia provides them the forum to recruit.”

In March of last year, Glenn and The Blaze reported on Lerner’s call for people to take action against big banks like JP Morgan Chase. At the time, Glenn said:

“You can call it a conspiracy theory, but the language that he uses is already being used by labor leaders and those who are whipping people up into a frenzy in Wisconsin and wait until you see how they are going to use the state and county and local labor unions to do exactly what they did to the housing market.  It’s the same tactic, gang.  The same tactic.  And it ends with the destruction of the economic system of the United States of America.  They are bringing it on through chaos and bringing down of Wall Street and the stock market.”

Since then, unions have been at the forefront of the Occupy Wall Street movement and have leveraged disaffected youth in order to achieve their goals of economic chaos, collapsing capitalism, and spreading socialism. Should we be more than a little concerned about Lerner’s latest comments? After all, this time last year he basically laying out the ideas that fueled the then non-existent Occupy movement. What could be coming next?