DAYS OF RAGE
The current Occupy Wall Street is similar to the Weathermen of 1969. So is the so called "Day of Rage". It is a shame that the "community organizers" of today could do nothing original. The following was copied and pasted from Wikipedia. It takes a little studying to understand who President Obama pals around with. These are the people with whom he identifies himself:
 Events leading to Days of RageIn 1969, tensions ran high among the factions of SDS. Weatherman was still part of the organization but differences were coming to the surface. “Look at it: America 1969” put forth SDS’s bottom line regarding the National Action. By the end of August, the differences between Weatherman and RYM II had emerged, leading to the resignation of RYM II leader and member of SDS Mike Klonsky from the Weatherman-controlled National office leadership. He accused Weatherman of going back on the convention’s mandate.
Weatherman members Mark Rudd and Terry Robbins responded, saying that priority must be given to building an anti-imperialist youth movement.In the months before the Days of Rage, despite the tensions within SDS, many members of Weather/SDS worked non-stop in promoting the demonstration. Lyndon Comstock was sent, along with three other members, to Lansing, Michigan to organize and promote the event. Leaflets were printed and distributed to high school and community college students during the day, while at night members would spray paint anti-war graffiti on local school campuses.
On October 5, 1969 the statue commemorating the policemen killed in the 1886 Haymarket affair was dynamited. The blast broke nearly 100 windows and scattered pieces of the statue onto the Kennedy Expressway below. No one was ever arrested for the bombing.
As October 8 approached, Weatherman found itself isolated from SDS, but maintained high hopes that thousands would attend the mass demonstration in Chicago.