Naturally, they bring with them lots of fancy electronic gadgets and donated food and money and engage in a bunch of communal sharing and lounging and revolutionary roleplay.
Those of you with an iota of understanding of human nature know what such a group will attract.
Thieves and conmen. It's actually become a major problem as the people who can spend all day protesting wealth inequality have expensive luxury items stolen from them.
Who’d have thought that a crowd of people demanding the seizure of wealth from banks, corporations, and the wealthy might also have a few thieves? I’m shocked, shocked to find theft occurring in a group that has hijacked private property it refuses to leave. I can’t imagine that a crowd that demands free higher education and the forgiveness of tens of thousands in student debt would also think of someone’s Mac or an iPhone as equally as communal as a college education.
The schadenfreude and irony continues
Morally, to the extent that the occupiers are unified at all they’re advocating what amounts to theft, and the smartest and sneakiest thief is the one in the White House who keeps stealing from future generations of Americans. So it’s hilarious that they’re now plagued with thieves in their own camp now, and they’re crying about it. If they were all true and good communitarians, then that pricey Mac belongs to everyone, no?
It's thieving turtles all the way down.
Or smaller lice on the backs of lice