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Scream at the Sky! Take to the Streets!

Posted by V the K at 2:45 pm - November 2, 2017.
Filed under: Violence on the Left

The Progressive Left is hoping to kick-off a full-scale, Bolshevik style Revolution on November 4th.  What do you guys think will actually come of it? I am sort of expecting a fizzle accompanied by sporadic acts of violence and property destruction.

I am also not exactly sure in what way the Trump Administration has been a “nightmare.”  In my mind, living in a Venezuela or Zimbabwe would be a nightmare.  Are late-night Tweet storms really that scary?

 

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19 Comments

  1. ROFLMAO……..less than 2% of the population that politically affiliates as nazis/communists/antifa/progressives/open borders libertarians still cannot do the math seventy years later. Why do the national flag colors of the nazis/antifa represent the sadomasochistic sexual behaviors of the homosexual/bisexual/GID population?

    Comment by rjligier — November 2, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - November 2, 2017

  2. Mm-hmm. And they would have been totally okay with conservatives taking to the streets to drive the Obama-Biden regime from power, right? They wouldn’t have said anything about “the law of the land,”right? (Hint: they said you just had to accept and live with Obamacare because it was the law of the land).

    Unlike the Occupy movement, this one has a stated goal, although it will probably accomplish about as much as Occupy or the Pussy Hat March did.

    Comment by Conservative guy — November 2, 2017 @ 3:06 pm - November 2, 2017

  3. I can’t understand why these progressives get so nutty over Trump. Trump is not even a true conservative. He is more like a centrist Democrat. At least he cares about securing our borders.

    Comment by Pawfurbehr — November 2, 2017 @ 3:48 pm - November 2, 2017

  4. I’m not sure. I wouldn’t be surprised were a large violent act committed such as the blowing up of a bridge, etc. I hope those employed in public safety are well aware of the dangers posed by unhinged lunatics being encouraged by our universities and media.

    Comment by Ignatius — November 2, 2017 @ 4:00 pm - November 2, 2017

  5. Oh Look!! …A coupon to donate money! Yes, …lots Mommy! [**/scorn**]

    scorn
    skôrn/ Submit
    noun
    1.
    the feeling or belief that someone or something is worthless or despicable; contempt.
    “I do not wish to become the object of scorn”
    synonyms: contempt, derision, contemptuousness, disdain, derisiveness, mockery, sneering
    “he was unable to hide the scorn in his voice”
    verb
    1.
    feel or express contempt or derision for.
    “I was routinely ridiculed and scorned by conservatives and liberals alike
    synonyms: deride, hold in contempt, treat with contempt, pour/heap scorn on, look down on, look down one’s nose at, disdain, curl one’s lip at, mock, scoff at, sneer at, jeer at, laugh at, laugh out of court.reject (something) in a contemptuous way.
    “opponents scorned his offer to negotiate”

    synonyms: spurn, rebuff, reject, ignore, shun, snub,
    refuse to do something because one is too proud.

    shortening of Old French escarn (noun), escharnir (verb)

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — November 2, 2017 @ 4:22 pm - November 2, 2017

  6. Dow closes at record high in wild session after release of tax reform bill, Powell nomination;
    The Dow Jones industrial average closed 80 points higher . The index also hit a record intraday high.
    The plan would cut mortgage interest deductions in half. However, it would keep retirement savings plans like the popular 401(k) intact.U.S. equities closed mostly higher on Thursday after a wild session as investors examined the details of the tax-reform plan proposed by Republicans.
    The plan would permanently lower the corporate tax rate to 20 percent. It would also keep retirement savings plans like the popular 401(k) intact.
    The Dow Jones industrial average closed 81.25 points higher at 23,516.26 — a record — after briefly falling 84 points. The index also hit a record intraday high. Shares of Boeing were the best-performers on the 30-stock index.

    The Animal Spirits have voted…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — November 2, 2017 @ 4:25 pm - November 2, 2017

  7. Been there, done that. Sounds like the days of the Weather Underground and Patty Hearst (Symbionese Liberation Front) all over again. It didn’t amount to much except some crazy a’holes committing violence and even killing a few people but maybe I’m wrong. Some of them did become professors and the elite that mentored Obama and Hillary Clinton so maybe they did cause a minor revolution and the neo-a’holes believe this is the final push to bring about the socialist utopia but I think the Trump card has been played by we Americans who woke up and saw where we were and said, OH… NO THANK YOU!

    Comment by Rex — November 2, 2017 @ 4:30 pm - November 2, 2017

  8. This same organization, using the same rhetoric, planned massive protests in January to prevent the inauguration. Look how well that worked.

    These clowns can do some damage, though. There will be some vandalism, and maybe some cases of people getting hit with bicycle locks or sprayed with pepper spray. There has been some talk of Antifa buying AR-15s and AK-47s, but most of them probably don’t know how to load the magazines.

    If there are riots and assaults, the media will try to spin the coverage, making the aggressors look like victims, and vice versa.

    If possible, I would try to avoid downtown areas and public parks that are likely scenes for large gatherings. Also highways, where rioters may try to obstruct traffic.

    And “progressives get so nutty over Trump” because he is throwing a monkey wrench into the works. Able-bodied young adult welfare recipients are angry because they might have to trade in their free cell phones for alarm clocks. Third wave feminists are mad because they have been deprived of a token female president. The news media and Big Hollywood are mad because the 2016 election proved that they are not as influential as they think they should be. Limousine liberal Democrats and crony capitalist Republicans are afraid that immigration reform will cut off their supply of cheap labor.

    Comment by Tom — November 2, 2017 @ 4:36 pm - November 2, 2017

  9. The definition of “fascist” is fluid but, IMHO, the only fascists I see are on the left: the people that would outlaw speech that some mob doesn’t like and that beats people up and destroys property when they don’t get their way.

    @8: Tom – if the latest NYC atrocity is any indication, violence from the lefty-jihadis will prompt the MSM to worry over a backlash against antifa.

    Comment by KCRob — November 2, 2017 @ 6:49 pm - November 2, 2017

  10. Like the dog who catches the car, what are they going to do after the coup if they succeed? They can’t just expect the US and state governments to go as as if nothing has happened. Or am I making the mistake of applying logic again?

    Tom (#8) has good advice to avoid probable flash points. Might be a good day to organize the CD collection or rake those leaves in the back yard.

    Comment by TheQuietMan — November 2, 2017 @ 7:38 pm - November 2, 2017

  11. As long as they stay in the 487 counties Hitlery won, they will be safe.

    Comment by Gary Griffin — November 2, 2017 @ 11:03 pm - November 2, 2017

  12. A full page ad in the NY Times. That is some heavy bread that got spent there

    Also, the link to the InfoWars article makes it sound like this is Soros’ pet project that he oversees–“Soros funds it.” The link they offer does not say or suggests this. It says that he provided funds through his Foundation whilst other organizations did as well. I guess using Soros’ name as a boogeyman gets the right more riled up than say using Patagonia Inc or Ben & Jerry’s foundation or a cosmetics firm.

    Comment by Cas — November 2, 2017 @ 11:55 pm - November 2, 2017

  13. A lot of people actually do keep track of what the Soros and Brock foundations, respectively, do. Where they funnel their anti-American activist monies. What their anti-American anti-trump stated and documented agendas say and their obvious plans here and around the world. It’s not difficult to understand unless you’re a blind commie and a fraud. And there are many more precious foundations including Obama’s that do these things. It’s a matter of fact. I haven’t personally researched it but Infowars and others actually do watch these jackasses.

    As to what I personally think of this particular scheduled Obama-modeled futility – it’s just another one of a current raft of wasted Investments by various leftist crybabies. They can whine and stomp their feet all they please. They have no substantial champions. They’re useful in converting Independents to conservatism. They’re useful in converting Independents to the GOP platform, which is run by Trump. They’re useful in converting Independents to the left of center Right that’s run by Tumor McCain.

    In other words, it’s a win-win for the Right as a whole

    So, commies, go ahead and scream at the Chicken Little sky and stomp those feet. It’s an activity that will keep you busy while we continue to transform the United States. We the People chose Trump and his performance has been excellent in following his promises and agendas.

    Thanks again. A loser’s snark has no fire. Your suffering is delectable. Daily.

    Comment by Hanover — November 3, 2017 @ 1:31 am - November 3, 2017

  14. It’s a rare universe indeed where ‘Soros provided funds through his foundation’ is not the direct equivalent of ‘Soros funded this.’

    Just because more people than Soros funded it doesn’t mean that Soros doesn’t fund it or that it doesn’t do what he wants.

    On the boogeyman note, how much time has the MSM media spent discussing Soros and how much money he has channeled into political activities and politics, compared to how much time they’ve spent on the Koch brothers? Is the time differential proportional to the relative wealth of the Koch brothers and Soros?

    Comment by aerinyes — November 3, 2017 @ 2:04 am - November 3, 2017

  15. Linking to Alex Jones? Just when I thought this site couldn’t sink lower.

    Comment by rtm — November 3, 2017 @ 3:59 pm - November 3, 2017

  16. Hi Hanover,
    “It’s a matter of fact. I haven’t personally researched it but Infowars and others actually do watch these jackasses.”

    So, you do not actually disagree with what I said. You are willing to take Infowars view on this when the article they LINKED to makes no such claim. Feel free to take Alex Jones views on this but behaving like a sheep is unattractive Hanover.

    And Aerinyes,
    I have no idea if you read the article or the further link. But assuming you did, do you actually disagree with what I am saying? Yes! It does what Patagonia Inc wants and Ben & Jerry’s wants! And what Soros wants. Fancy that. Infowars doesn’t say that Soros, AMONGST OTHERS, donates to this organization. It says Soros FUNDS it. If you want to claim that there is nothing odd about that formulation or that Infowars wants to give a particular spin to the claim that you agree with–that is your right. I don’t happen to agree with you.

    Comment by Cas — November 3, 2017 @ 11:36 pm - November 3, 2017

  17. I love it when people quibble over the semantics.

    Especially stupid semantic quibbles.

    Fund: Verb, to allocate or provide funds for (A program, project, etc)

    Donate: Verb, to make a gift, grant, or contribution

    The Tides Foundation, funded primarily by generous donations from George Soros, funded Refuse Fascism via a donation of fifty odd thousand dollars.

    So, at a one step remove, George Soros funded Refuse Fascism with a donation of money.

    That’s a much more direct connection than Trump’s connection to Whitefish, which was somehow super important?

    Comment by aerinyes — November 4, 2017 @ 12:25 am - November 4, 2017

  18. @ aerinyes: YES!! thank you…this is the problem with many people today: the meaning of words is only important when the idea is important to them…for Cas, it seems that to donate stands for benevolence, while to fund stands for some sort of controlling interest. However, both words have to do with giving money to a specific cause…so whether or not the donor/funder is in charge of the organization, they agree with its statements, policies, and actions…I mean, isn’t this what the left tells us about what is happening in Hollywood? Isn’t it what they tell us about Trumps supposed support of white supremacy? Isn’t it the type of argument they use to say all white men are privileged racists? So, if they can use their semantic arguments to justify their lies, why can’t we say that the fact that Soros donates OR funds Antifa means he is complicit in the organization’s actions and beliefs? Seems reasonable to me.

    Comment by TAD — November 4, 2017 @ 2:05 pm - November 4, 2017

  19. @ aerinyes: YES!! thank you…this is the problem with many people today: the meaning of words is only important when the idea is important to them…for Cas, it seems that to donate stands for benevolence, while to fund stands for some sort of controlling interest. However, both words have to do with giving money to a specific cause…so whether or not the donor/funder is in charge of the organization, they agree with its statements, policies, and actions…I mean, isn’t this what the left tells us about what is happening in Hollywood? Isn’t it what they tell us about Trumps supposed support of white supremacy? Isn’t it the type of argument they use to say all white men are privileged racists? So, if they can use their semantic arguments to justify their lies, why can’t we say that the fact that Soros donates OR funds Antifa means he is complicit in the organization’s actions and beliefs? Seems reasonable to me.

    Comment by TAD — November 4, 2017 @ 4:07 pm - November 4, 2017

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