02 November 2005
More violent "peace" protests
"Peace" activists protested today in the latest communist backed "protest" against President Bush. The "peace" protestors then turned violent (sur-freaking-prise) and threw Molotov cocktails in San Francisco.

Ya know, the supposed "peace" movement is one of the more violent groups I have seen in this country. Personally I think the hypocrisy that these groups show is so astoundingly obvious that I seriously wonder about the intelligence level of their average member.

So Supervisors Ammiano, Daly, Speaker Yee, Assemblyman Leno you're all "Endorsers" of this march, right? So, you endorse firebombs, violence and assaults on police officers?

It's good to see our elected officials backing the call from the Revolutionary Communist Party isn't it? The RCP is such an open, peace loving, accepting, wholesome group who would never commit a crime or advocate violence right? The fact that their leaders are hiding out in France, fleeing a federal warrant I'm sure is just oppression from the "capitalist pigs" right?

From World Can't Wait's "FAQ"
"...there are people in "World Can't Wait" who are working for everything from
impeachment to communist revolution"

Q: But aren't there communists in World Can't Wait?
A: Yeah, there are. Supporters of the Revolutionary Communist Party helped initiate it.

Yeah, don't worry about those communists kid, they're really just cool slackers like you. Ok Joe? What? Communism and communist "revolutions" account for millions of deaths, the oppression of liberty and the subjegation of millions? Naw bro, that's just lies "the man" told you

And the quote of the day:
Q: But it's not fascism yet, is it?
A: No it's not. But what's your point?

We'll tell you what to believe and when to believe it kid. Get used to it, it's the communist way.
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