Occupy the farm?

P J Media’s Zombie offers a blog post well worth the time for anyone who may think any Occupy effort has a clue. This may be the most ridiculous and pointless Occupation ever and almost as stupid as a regional EPA official comparing enforcement to crucifixions.  Yes, he was talking oil and gas company killings.

The pictures from Occupy the Farm are almost as strange as the Leftists arguments justifying the effort.

Last week, on Earth Day, the Occupy movement illegally took over an entire farm and transformed it into…a farm!
So proud are they of this revolutionary act that they showed off the farm to the media yesterday, so naturally I had to check it out.

The farm they seized was not a working farm per se, but rather a “research farm” for the University of California, near its Berkeley campus. The only difference between the way the farm used to be (prior to a week ago) and the way it is now is that the Occupiers have transformed what was essentially a well-maintained and important open-air laboratory into a disheveled and ultimately purposeless pretend-farm for trustafarian dropouts.

Click here to read the full report with photos and some excellent comments following the post

Those from Oklahoma might notice this Occupy the Farm banner – see how they just love the oil and gas business that provides the energy that built America.   So let all the oil companies advertise how "green" they are and hope to be in the future – it will not matter as Occupy wants to "compost" all.  That is almost as good as Obama’s EPA official, Al Armendariz comparing EPA enforcement to Roman crucifixions – kill the first five you meet and the rest follow along.  So are you happy to follow along to a future where your industry, your life and family becomes compost? 

Click here to see Armendariz make the EPA position on fossil fuels perfectly clear (YouTube).

Of course U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) did not like the administrator’s comments and he is launching an investigation.  Click here for Senator Inhofe’s speech on the subject.