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Thursday, November 03, 2005

It's a Good Thing They're Pacifists

So I read this article about a bunch of anti-Bush protesters in San Francisco. One of them threw a molotov cocktail and lit up a police officer.

Actually, my title is inaccurate. These protesters are definitely not pacifists. In fact, it's kind of appropriate for them to be throwing molotov cocktails since the organization behind the protest, "World Can't Wait," is a revolutionary agency, founded by avowed communists. And by "revolutionary," I don't mean, "they're really innovative and cutting edge." I mean r-e-v-o-l-u-t-i-o-n. Revolt. Read their own FAQ page. If you don't smell the Leninism, you aren't paying attention. They admit that they want to stir upset in society in order to wake the rest of us up. They state that they intend to further polarize the nation because that will be necessary for making progress. Hmmmm... Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel anyone? Where've we heard this type of talk before?

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1 comment:

John said...

Next, if the person who threw it arrested, you will find the ACLU fighting for the people's right to throw Molotov cocktails as a first amendment freedom of speech issue. Just like the flag burning issue, most places have ordinances against starting fires in public. Since when is destroying things considered speech? We do not have a right to do bodily harm to people, or destroy property. These people are way over the edge.

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