|The face that launched a hundred riots. Hillary Clinton, loser.|
Had Hillary Clinton won the election, would the anti-Trump rioters have behaved any differently?
Instead of protesting Trump’s election, they’d be celebrating Hillary’s victory with the same appetite for destruction and brutality and carnage. They would be celebrating it in the best Nazi tradition, such as the Night of the Broken Glass., or Kristallnacht in the character of Novemberpogrome. Businesses would be targeted for destruction and looting (see the glass being broken by hooded thugs) and physical attacks on Trump supporters would be common, and ignored by a compliant news media. The Nazis were celebrating the ascendancy of the Nazis in German political life. The “Social Justice Warriors” could just as well be celebrating Clinton’s ascendancy to the White House.
“What difference would it make?”
|Kristallnacht , November 1938|
The pretext – and the etymological root of the term pretext, means that the demonstrators then and now were and are acting out a prepared script – is pretending to be “outraged” and “disgruntled” and in violent opposition to Donald Trump’s winning the 2016 presidential election. When multiple mass rallies abruptly occur in multiple cities across the country, from coast to coast, and even in Britain (as Kristallnacht occurred in Germany in 1938) it means that these are no more “spontaneous,” for example, than the Muslim riots and demonstrations against the Mohammad image cartoons. These are all pre-arranged and planned for maximum effect and shock value, to scare the powers that be into concessions.
|Grief over Clinton's loss morphs into America's Kristallnacht.|
Some of the rioters are now claiming they are practicing their First Amendment rights. But freedom of speech does not include rioting, property destruction, and terrorizing individuals.
One may succumb to “impulse buying” in a supermarket, but there is no such thing as “impulse rioting.”
The Counter-Jihad Report reveals that:
Contrary to media misrepresentations, many of the supposedly spontaneous, organic, anti-Trump protests we have witnessed in cities from coast to coast were in fact carefully planned and orchestrated, in advance, by a pro-Communist organization called the ANSWER Coalition, which draws its name from the acronym for “Act Now to Stop War and End Racism.” ANSWER was established in 2001 by Ramsey Clark’s International Action Center, a group staffed in large part by members of the Marxist-Leninist Workers World Party.
In effect, ANSWER provided the script, George Soros’s MoveOn provided the cast of thousands, and has done so ever since Trump launched his bid for the White House, and long before Trump entered the political arena. It was Ramsey Clark, a former Attorney General and a career Progressive (aka Communit), who founded ANSWER.
|Demonstrators in Seattle, November 2016|
The Dennis Michael Lynch blog reported:
MoveOn.org, a liberal activist group that has exploded all across the nation, is funded by Soros’ Open Society Foundations. It is now well known that MoveOn.org was responsible for many of the riots and protests at Donald Trump’s campaign rallies, some of which became violent and dangerous.
Wednesday – the day following Trump’s victory – MoveOn.org moved into action. The group put out a notice on their Facebook page, announcing they would conduct “peaceful gatherings of resistance” all across the country Wednesday evening.
The “gatherings” were not entirely peaceful… courtesy of open borders activist George Soros.
|Ramsey provided the play-script, Soros provides the troops.|
These are not “demonstrations” in the usual sense. They are deliberately orchestrated riots, led by professional, paid, and trained managers of chaos. Today’s rioters, as they were in the 60s and 70s, are not wearing “flowers in their hair.” In any footage of the rioting, you can identify the “pros” by the masks they wear, either scarves or ski masks. That is to frustrate the authorities from identifying the arrest-rich and past “managers” and leaders of the chaos.
The demonstrators are fond of carrying signs that characterize Trump and his supporters as “Fascists” and “Nazis,” but the sad and dangerous issue is that most of those sign carriers haven’t a clue to the meaning of those words. They were taught that words have no meanings except what their emotions tell them what they mean. Yet they accuse others of Fascism and Nazism, and they are the embodiments of them.
That’s the price and consequence of modern education, which, by my reckoning and observation, isn’t worth Groucho Marx’s seven-cent nickel.