November 14, 2011 – 5:02 am

The creator of The Dark Knight Returns, 300, Hard Boiled and more, Frank Miller, lashes out at Occupy Wall Streeters.

Everybody’s been too damn polite about this nonsense:

The “Occupy” movement, whether displaying itself on Wall Street or in the streets of Oakland (which has, with unspeakable cowardice, embraced it) is anything but an exercise of our blessed First Amendment. “Occupy” is nothing but a pack of louts, thieves, and rapists, an unruly mob, fed by Woodstock-era nostalgia and putrid false righteousness. These clowns can do nothing but harm America.

“Occupy” is nothing short of a clumsy, poorly-expressed attempt at anarchy, to the extent that the “movement” - HAH! Some “movement”, except if the word “bowel” is attached - is anything more than an ugly fashion statement by a bunch of iPhone, iPad wielding spoiled brats who should stop getting in the way of working people and find jobs for themselves.

“Occupy” is nothing but a pack of louts, thieves, and rapists, an unruly mob, fed by Woodstock-era nostalgia and putrid false righteousness. These clowns can do nothing but harm America.

This is no popular uprising. This is garbage. And goodness knows they’re spewing their garbage - both politically and physically - every which way they can find.

Wake up, pond scum. America is at war against a ruthless enemy.

Maybe, between bouts of self-pity and all the other tasty tidbits of narcissism you’ve been served up in your sheltered, comfy little worlds, you’ve heard terms like al-Qaeda and Islamicism.

And this enemy of mine - not of yours, apparently - must be getting a dark chuckle, if not an outright horselaugh - out of your vain, childish, self-destructive spectacle.

In the name of decency, go home to your parents, you losers. Go back to your mommas’ basements and play with your Lords Of Warcraft.

Or better yet, enlist for the real thing. Maybe our military could whip some of you into shape.

They might not let you babies keep your iPhones, though. Try to soldier on.


- FM

Note: Frank Miller’s latest graphic novel is Holy Terror (Legendary Comics). The above article was posted at + + + +

  1. 9 Responses to “ANARCHY”

  2. What a conglomaration of bullshit! Any arguments? No.
    What´s your problem, man?
    Even bad publicity is good publicity?
    Poor guy.
    I´m yawning…

    By wassn on Nov 14, 2011

  3. I’m with you, wassn, what a waste of time. Any concrete analysis? Nope, all rhetoric. Meh.

    By mbd on Nov 14, 2011

  4. I LOVE IT! Finally…someone tells it like it is.
    Occupy Wall Street?

    By matt_the_cat on Nov 16, 2011

  5. Frank Miller is right… Occupy Wall Street should be the Bolshevik Revolution, the 1868 Revolutions, the 1968 Paris and the takeover of Cuba and more… Raise the real Black & Red Flags!

    By psychmetalfreak on Nov 16, 2011

  6. As if having to now endure the harsh Winter elements most have gone home anyways. All that were left (and maybe some rights) are bums and haywires (hot-headed police and hard-core protesters) looking for a riot situation. Has the Police installed better listening devices now in those areas? Bring on the CIA backed vest-bombers to instill the fear of mass public gatherings? One way or another the bottom line is either you’re fucked or you’re not. There’s no middle ground.

    By datdemdar on Nov 19, 2011

  7. Always liked Frank’s work. But now when I see it I’ll have a different mental image of the man…

    By Joe on Nov 19, 2011

  8. Yeah– set Batman and Robin on those naughty people who want social justice!!!

    I will never bother with that man’s work again.

    By Jonathan on Nov 23, 2011

  9. I understand Frank Miller was the man behind “Sin City”, one of the nastiest pieces of gratuitous sadism on film that I’ve ever walked out of. Given that, I’m not surprised that his political views are equally insensitive. His logic (if it can be called that) appears to be that because al-Qaeda threatens America, everyone should shut up about the rich screwing the poor.

    By Rod Parkes on Nov 23, 2011

  10. Those “too damn polite” are the occupiers themselves! It’s tough to argue about and effectively change the system when you have to worry about the special use permits for the parks where you’re sleeping.

    And IMHO, any attempts to develop strong, consistent messages are squashed by the drive for maximum inclusion and consensus; at least from what I’ve seen of Occupy Detroit. That leaves those critical messages inchoate or incoherent.

    Somehow Occupy needs to present itself as a solid, growing movement with compelling, detailed messaging (”the 99%” isn’t sufficiently resonating with the American public; too overwhelming a number?). Then maybe Miller would have to argue substance instead of pointless invective.

    No, I really didn’t think he would anyway.

    By Motorvilleboy on Nov 26, 2011

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