That’s not what Danny Deutsch says explicitly, but it’s obviously what he means.
Deutsch says he doesn’t “want this to come out the wrong way,” and then says the occupiers need a “Kent State moment” to “simplify” and “articulate” their “clash” with whatever it is they’re clashing with. Reason? Math? After all, they’re not the 99% at all. As PJTV found and the MSM won’t articulate, the occupiers only represent about .083 percent or thereabouts.
A “Kent State moment” would involve the National Guard or some other armed part of the government (ok, that might include Fish & Wildlife or the Department of Education these days) killing protesters. Because that’s what happened at Kent State in 1970.
Among other things, such a killing would help the media re-frame the occupiers from the aggressors they clearly are, into victims. The media loves victims. Victims make for great propaganda — ask the Palestinians about that. So bring out yer dead, I guess.
In what right way could Deutsch’s comments come out? He wants some of the jobless occupiers to get themselves killed by the government. There’s a right way to say that?
I’m thinking that jobless claims are about to grow by one.