I’ve been spending a lot of the last several months pointing out how Occupy seems to represent, in miniature, their planned Marxist state. We’ve seen the “redistribution,” the violence, the vandalism, the rapes, the lack of transparency, and the like. And for the latest, at least two occupy sites are having problems with parasitic infestations. For the news from Occupy Denver, here is more from Frugal Cafe Blog Zone…
Of course, the occupods said that it didn’t happen. Just like the rapes, just like the violence, just like the vandalism. It’s always something else, someone else, or a lie.
Then, it seems the same problem is occurring at Occupy LA. For more on that, take a look at this, from Gateway Pundit…
eXiled editor Yasha Levine still has a host of legal woes hanging over his head from being arrested while covering last November’s LAPD crackdown of OccupyLA. Turns out, those are the least of his worries at the moment. During his two-day stay in Los Angeles Metro Jail, Levine says he contracted a wicked case of scabies.
Until a few days ago, I thought my scabies was just a gnarly poison oak rash that I had picked up in the Santa Monica mountains after losing the trail and having to cut through the overgrown backyards of multimillion dollar mansions. For weeks the rash kept getting worse and worse, and I finally went to a doctor to get some relief. But it turned out that poison oak was the least of my worries.“You have scabies,” said the doc, sucking in his breath through his teeth and shaking his head. It took him no more than 30 seconds to diagnose my condition. “The track marks are a dead giveaway,” he said, and pointed out a couple of elongated welts about a half-inch long creeping up the side of my right ring finger. These “tracks marks” were actually burrows made by mother-parasites as they tunneled right below the surface of my skin and laid eggs in the process. I had dozens of similar track marks of all shapes and sizes on both hands.As I stared at my hands in disgust, the doc moved to the sink and violently scrubbed his hands with medical soap. Our contact was minimal, but he wasn’t taking any chances…[H]is hesitation instantly melted away when I mentioned that a few months earlier I had spent a couple of days in jail. ”Yeah, that’s where you picked it up,” he said, repeating it twice.
What more can be said? It’s almost as if pestilence has struck the occupods. And, like most leftist/liberal movements, natural consequences don’t seem to register.