I have heard and read commentaries that make reference to possible sources of the "unorganized" occupier movement. I am sure that those making the comments have excellent sources upon which to base their conclusions. However, I have found the ultimate origin of the hypoccupier movement.
Reading the latest article by syndicated columnist John Rosemond, a child behavior specialist, opened my eyes completely to the source of hypoccupier behavior. Writes Dr. Rosemond:
Children need compassion for the fact that they are inclined, by nature, to choose anti-social behavior over pro-social behavior. That is why they need corrective discipline from compassionate, loving, respectful adults. Until such discipline is delivered and begins to "stick," it can accurately be said that children truly "can't help it" when they misbehave - they were "born that way." Children require genuine, affirming love because they are incapable of putting themselves in proper perspective; therefore, they are incapable of "loving" themselves in a healthy fashion. A child's self-love is very likely to fuel tyranny.
Virtually every major disaster visited upon our American culture emanates from some form of liberal, or, as they like to style themselves these days, progressive ideology.
Normal, everyday Americans find ourselves held hostage by the likes of hypoccupiers throwing their extortionist temper tantrums. They pout over not being able to afford on their own their ipods, ipads, iphones, tattoos, body piercing, drinking binges, sexual exploits, marijuana, and cocaine, so they then host temper tantrums on a national level. The danger is that their tantrums now endanger life and property. Their tantrums fuel debased anarchy which inevitably leads to tyranny.
Concludes Dr. Rosemond,
Children need adults who confront them when they misbehave - adults who calmly communicate that they will not tolerate anti-social behavior, even from a 2-year-old. As your great-grandmother no doubt advised, it is to the advantage of all concerned that misbehavior "be nipped in the bud."
A person who approaches a child with reverence is giving the child an excellent reason to want to remain a child.
America's hypoccupiers are certainly proving this analysis true.