Monday, September 01, 2008
Throwing knives, bow and arrows, flammable liquids, slingshots, rocks, Molotov cocktails and buckets of urine and feces are not protected Free Speech
Oh, wait - they're not practicing civil disobedience. They're practicing the worst, most divisive type of protesting imaginable.
The Sunday Minneapolis Red Star North Korean Tribune has a wonder story about the self-described "anarchists" who have converged in St. Paul to not only protest, but to violently disrupt the Republican National Convention.
If the link to the story brings you to a "register for free before we let you read the story" page, and you don't want to register, then search the story title "Police raids enrage activists, alarm others" written by Heron Marquez Estrada, Bill McAuliffe and Abby Simons.
The story, which runs on two separate pages, describes the following items being discovered from police raids on the homes of the protester anarchists:
Aided by informants planted in protest groups, authorities raided at least six buildings across St. Paul and Minneapolis to stop an "anarchist" plan to disrupt this week's Republican National Convention.
On Saturday afternoon, [Ramsey County Sheriff Bob Fletcher] displayed a number of the confiscated items: a gun, throwing knives, a bow and arrows, flammable liquids, paint, slingshots, rocks and buckets of urine.
"We know these things were going to be used as weapons," Fletcher said, a charge protesters and their advocates vigorously disputed.
Fletcher however, stressed that he and other agencies had informants planted inside this and other groups for "a long period of time."
He described the raids as a strike against the RNC Welcoming Committee, which has vowed to block delegate buses at the convention, among other disruptive actions.
...Ramsey County deputies were raiding three homes in south Minneapolis. The search warrants, signed Friday by a judge, sought multiple items, including electronics and MP3 players, rags, jars, Molotov cocktails, communication between RNC Welcoming Committee members, urine and feces[.]
More raids followed Saturday afternoon in St. Paul, including at a duplex at 949-51 Iglehart Av. The owner, Michael Whalen, said he was letting members of a New York-based group called I-Witness Video, known for videotaping police conduct during protests, stay in the house.
"Why should that be inviting trouble?" Whalen said when asked why he had rented space to the journalists. "They're here to support freedom of speech. Last I looked, that was still in the Bill of Rights."
The saddest part of this whole this is you know damn well these protesters would be the first ones to squeal like stuck pigs that they wanted the police to protect their free speech - they're doing this already. And if any one of their members were hit with a bagful of urine or feces, oh good Christ, they would sue the person(s) who threw it at them for all they were worth.
See, the Insane Liberal Clown Posse would like for you to believe that they are peaceful protesters, but they're not. We know their kind. They are the same type of individuals who deface and cause property damage to Military recruitment offices, who will "key" a car with a Bush or McCain bumper sticker, who gather and protest Marines in Berkeley and who will - like apes in a cage - throw feces and urine at those who disagree with them.
No wonder Denver had constructed a ad-hoc jail for protesters.
So much for tolerance and peaceful protesting. Lock these sub-humans up for the duration of the convention.
Aren't you stationed up there in Crazyville?
Actually, I'm in a nice suburb far removed from the city limits of St. Paul. I'd never live within the city limits of St. Paul or Minneapolis, the homeowners in both cities are taxed up the ying yang.
I'm not sure how someone throws shit, but I have no doubt that the anarchists know exactly how to do it. Leave those fuckers in jail for the next four days.
These moonbat morons are classless, clueless, and cads. They are of no intelligence and if they had some it must have been fried on drugs of alcohol - if not then they are mentally ill - pathetic!
Be well my friend.
So happy to hear from you! Hope all is well with you and yours, too!
I don't have as much time these days to visit those on my blogroll but Sunday is the day where I try to visit as many as I can.
Yeah, the Lefties in St. Paul seem to think that Free Speech allows for rioting and terroristic threats. They are sick, deranged and demented.
Thanks for visiting and commenting. My best to you always.
Great post! And thanks for stopping by my site as always!
They showed one tough, mean-looking guy who had just been pepper-sprayed and he was down on the ground crying. I laughed and laughed....busted a gut.
The "anarchists" were trying for a protest that numbered anywhere between 25,000-50,000.
You know how many they got? The local news estimated the crowd at 2,500. Not a typo, two-thousand, five hundred! LOL! HYSTERICAL! (nudge nudge, wink wink)
Thanks for stopping by and commenting, and kudos to your comment at your site doing the number crunching on the deficits. That was good stuff!
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