Occupy Wall Street: AnarchyLite?

The news reports this week that three self-described anarchists  --  along with two more of their comrades in the state of Ohio  --  plotted to blow up a 4-lane highway bridge near Cleveland over the Cuyahoga Valley National Park was astounding.  The fact that this group of anarchists/terrorists had ties to the Occupy Wall Street movement is not as shocking, since there have been countless descriptions of some of those associated with the Occupy movement being anarchists ever since the movement began last year. 

These terrorists/anarchists/Occupy movement activists carried flags associated with anarchist groups according to news reports.  Interestingly enough, the day on which newspapers reported that the FBI arrested these characters  --  charged with conspiracy and attempted use of explosive materials   --   is the very day the Occupy movement held more demonstrations around the nation including protests at Wall Street in New York City.  In addition, yesterday is the most important day to the communist movement:  May Day.  That, in itself, says all you need to know about the Occupy movement, much of it funded by the billionaire George Soros and his ilk. 

Jesus & Animals Part 9: The Joy of Knowing an Elephant

Those who have not bonded with an animal have missed out on a rare treat and privilege indeed. Rev. Austin Miles.

Even the largest of animals display emotions and can be soft hearted. Such was the elephant in the news this past week named, Tarra, who lived on an elephant sanctuary in Tennessee.

A little dog named Bella came to live at the sanctuary, she and Tarra became friends, then best of friends. They would walk together, play together, and simply spend time together in a favorite spot within the large compound.

Hero Circus Elephant Saves The Day

When Bella had to have surgery on her back, she was confined in the veterinarian room on the second floor of a building within the sanctuary. While going through the surgery and recovering, Tarra stayed next to the building, looking up at the second floor, and refused to move. For three weeks Tarra stood vigil.

Finally when Bella was better, the veterinarian carried her out on the balcony on the second floor so Tarra could see her. Eventually Bella recovered completely and was able to be back outside with Tarra which made them both very happy.

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