Imagine the national uproar if 200 Tea Partiers had gone on a rampage with burning torches
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, May 3, 2010
Imagine the uproar if 200 Tea Party members had gone on a rampage through a downtown city, smashing windows, starting fires, and spraying graffiti everywhere, the corporate media would be all over it, and yet gangs of pro-illegal immigration demonstrators do this and much worse on a regular basis, with no national news coverage whatsoever.
“A large group of protesters demonstrating at a May Day rally for worker’s and immigrant rights downtown broke off into a riot vandalizing about a dozen businesses around 10:30 p.m. Saturday, police said,” reports The Santa Cruz Sentinel.
An Associated Press report states that eighteen businesses were damaged as pro-immigrants rights activists engaged in violent riots, spraying graffiti, smashing windows, setting fire to shop fronts, and causing damage to a cost of up to $100,000 dollars.
“The damage that was caused was without purpose,” Capt. Steve Clark said. “It was senseless violence that victimized a community who cannot afford to be victimized in this manner. This did nothing to add credit to whatever they believed their cause was.”
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The riot followed the announcement that pro-amnesty demonstrators would march across the country on May 1st, which is also a date on which socialists rally worldwide to celebrate Communism, euphemistically labeled “International Workers Day” by the media.
In addition, during a pro-amnesty rally in San Francisco, 40 Golden Gate Minutemen, who were staging a peaceful counter-protest, were chased, beaten and injured by the pro-immigration thugs.
If Tea Partiers so much as dare to carry a vaguely inflammatory sign or shout at a lawmaker, they are nationally demonized by the corporate media as dangerous racist extremists and even domestic terrorists. And yet anarchists and pro-illegal immigrant demonstrators can run riot, engage in violence and cause monumental damage to private property and it barely even makes the news.
Watch the clip below. Despite the best efforts of ABC News to characterize the culprits solely as “anarchists” and not pro-illegal demonstrators, at the end of the clip, people in the background can be heard shouting “deport illegal immigrants,” making it clear who the business owners and residents held responsible for the damage.
As we have previously highlighted, despite media characterizations of anyone who opposes big government or illegal immigration as violent extremists, by far the most dangerous and violent individuals have proven to be pro-Obama goons as well as radical racist La Raza groups.
During an August 2009 demonstration in Mehville, Missouri, Obamacare opponents were locked out of a town hall meeting before Union thugs viciously attacked patriot and Tea Party activist Kenneth Gladney, who was handing out Gadsden flags outside the stage-managed event, while hurling racist insults.
During a November 2009 immigration enforcement rally, A.N.S.W.E.R.-hired pro-illegal thugs attacked 62-year-old Dave Caulkett of Floridians for Immigration Enforcement, pummeling him with their signs and kicking him in the face as other A.N.S.W.E.R. goons cheered.
But you won’t see hide nor hair of Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann or Bill Maher attacking racist pro-illegal hate groups who threaten to murder Americans with axes, because it simply doesn’t fit into their or the federal government’s primary mission, which is to smear peaceful Americans angry at how big government and huge corporations are manipulating and siding with millions of illegal aliens to crush the middle class, as violent racist extremists who need to be silenced.
Alex Jones’ Battle For The Republic exposes how the elite are using illegal immigration and pushing amnesty as a means of pulverizing the American middle class and ensuring that U.S. citizens, black, white and hispanic alike, are forced to sacrifice their freedom and sovereignty as America is sunk into a third world cesspool. Watch below.
This article was posted: Monday, May 3, 2010 at 10:05 am