Posted by Christopher Johnson | Tuesday, October 16th, 2012 | Uncategorized | 24 Comments
Wake up with filthy Occupy Wall Street hippies:
Trinity Church is cancelling its annual Halloween celebration.
A post on the church’s website says the “decision was made out of an abundance of caution as we continue to face safety issues arising from the sidewalk camp in front of Trinity Church.”
A group called “Occupy Trinity Wall Street Church” – which labels itself as “An action of Occupy Wall Street” – set up a makeshift camp on the sidewalk in front of the church.
Feckless Trinity rector Jim Cooper has got to regret the day that he and his church ever decided to support these people.
“By mutual agreement reached by consensus… of those occupying the sidewalk we decided to occupy until James Cooper is fired or steps down,” Occupy Trinity Wall Street Church says in a message on their site.
Really, douchebags? By physically assaulting people who work for the church?
“A long-time maintenance superintendent at Trinity was the victim of an assault as he was attempting to perform the morning cleaning of the sidewalk areas affected by the camp,” Rev. Dr. James Cooper wrote in the post on the site. “There have been nine arrests related to the camp since it began.”
Naturally, Trinity didn’t want to subject a bunch of kids to the lunatic filth in front of its building so it opted to cancel its Halloween festivities.
The church said some 1,200 people attended last year’s Halloween celebration and that it’s been held for the last eight years.
“It’s a popular event for the community, but given the conditions… we felt it was not a safe environment,” Hanick said.
Some OWS airhead actually blamed the cancellation on Trinity.
“This is a loss for the children,” organizer Dana Balicki told DNAinfo. “We’ve always worked really hard to maintain good relations with Trinity, but it’s always been difficult. This isn’t surprising coming from Cooper.”
Feckless Trinity rector Jim Cooper didn’t want Trinity’s kids subjected to OWS’s psycho crapweasels so the cancellation is feckless Trinity rector Jim Cooper’s fault. Whatever, dumbass. The sad thing is that there are actually still some “Christians” who take this garbage seriously and believe that it’s a serious movement.