Not a “Protest,” A Riot

To someone whose father read the reports from Chicago on the Haymarket riots of 1886 the news reports seem like a reprise of stories heard at my fathers knee.

The anti-gun St. Louis Post Dispatch calls yesterdays’ riots in downtown St. Louis “protests,” the “Progressives” name for the civil violence once called rioting.

The rioters aaare fronts for those who wish to replace the capitalist free-enterprise system with a form of Socialism. And if thee disease is allowed to spread, we will all live in slavery to the State.

In fact, if you dig enough, you will find only two significant difference between the Hypermarket riots and yesterday’s demonstrations.

In 1996 the rioters put their lives on the line freely, as volunteer fists for progress. yesterdays “protestors” almost certainly paid violence organizers.

So the only real question is who funded the “protest.” Soros again?

Stranger

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2 Responses to Not a “Protest,” A Riot

  1. Wu Chang says:

    Here is a link to the actual decision handed down by Judge Wilson

    http://www.stltoday.com/read-the-verdict-in-the-jason-stockley-murder-case/pdf_57b2d12c-83d8-53a0-ba1f-18b659a7e569.html

    To have Mayor Krewson (D) tweet that she was appalled by the decision and to have Circuit Attorney Kim Gardiner (D) try a case that quite literally was wrong to begin with and politically motivated does little to inspire confidence in their ability to faithfully fulfill their duties without bias.

    The decision was announced Friday before 9am, which allowed the professional agitators time to drive to St Louis in time for ramping up the violence under the cover of darkness.

  2. Stranger says:

    Thanks, Wu Chang. I did not get most of that so it is all news to me.

    I suspect what we hear is only the tip of the iceberg, and there is a whole lot of collluding going on.

    S

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