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Chicago 'Occupier' Outside Rahm Emanuel's Office: The Revolution Requires Collapsing American Gov.

...and he earns nearly $8,000 per month through his pension.

You might recall that on Wednesday, angry Chicago "Occupiers" stormed Rahm Emanuel's office at City Hall demanding they be allowed to set up camp at Grant Park indefinitely. Emanuel, however, remained ensconced in his office and refused to emerge, infuriating the already-agitated protesters. Now, footage has surfaced featuring some of the more radical occupiers at City Hall that day, including retired school teacher and militant gay-rights activist Roger Fraser. When Rebel Pundit asked Fraser the "revolution" would require "collapsing the American government," Fraser answered in the affirmative stating, "personally, I think so."

For the record, Fraser earns a mere $7,792.75 a month from his pension.

RP adds:

In the following interview, conducted yesterday inside City Hall, we asked Fraser if “this” was the kind of revolution he was talking about. Fraser told us, “This is the beginning.”

When asked what he thought it would take to achieve the activists’ goals, he remarked: “This kind of thing on a massive scale.“ He also answered in the affirmative as to whether or not the revolution would require collapsing the American government, and explained: ”Because….the resistance against this will be overwhelming…very strong….and relentless.”

Fraser, who has been described a "militant" gay-rights activist, is a member of the Gay Liberation Network -- the same organization founded by Chicago G-8 and NATO protest organizer -- and anti-war radical Andy Thayer.

"Black, white, gay, straight, young, old" are all here, exclaimed Fraser. "This is great."

Watch the video below:

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