I hope the Federal cops arrest these people since the SFPD are unable to do anything to these thugs while the DA is a commie.
To: madfly; Sabertooth; American Preservative; SeenTheLight; sfwarrior
posted on 01/19/2003 12:13:50 AM PST
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Looks like downtown Seattle, Nov 99, the WTO Riot.
You've even got the same black-hooded anarchists in the background. They probably did a lot of the smashing, if Seattle is anything to go by.
And they probably all come from rich households in the suburbs.
If this is the "non-violence" movement, I'd HATE to see the violence movement.
There's an endless stream of nihilistic destroyers, it seems. I hope the police round up all the destructive pin-heads and lock them away for awhile.
I went to the protest and marched the opposite direction of the marchers for 4 or 5 blocks. Took all my crowd navigating ability but I did it... All those smelly hippies and communists lucky I got out of there alive but I made my point.
INS Building Smashed
Well, at least it wasn't a gov't. agency building where anyone actually does anything. Half the mob were probably employees. It just shows how stupid the wackos are. The INS are probably the best collaborators to the Hate America Cause the nutcases could hope for.
posted on 01/19/2003 4:22:43 AM PST
and some folks then went out and broke windows at the Military recruiting station (i guess it might've been people from the march, but i don't really know),
Damn wuss won't even take credit for his own crap!
posted on 01/19/2003 6:02:59 AM PST
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That's terrible. Where were the cops?\
I wish the punks would try something like that around here - we don't take kindly to vandalism in these parts. It would be interesting if these worthless punks were to meet up against a large mob of angry armed citizens, protecting their property.
posted on 01/19/2003 6:06:31 AM PST
Violence is Peace.
Hate is Love.
Hypocrisy is Truth.
posted on 01/19/2003 6:08:05 AM PST
(Why do Republicans play hardball like little girls...?)
To: Marine Inspector
posted on 01/19/2003 6:19:32 AM PST
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To: I_Love_My_Husband; *CCRM
Well, I have mixed feelings about this one.
They smashed a Starbucks and the INS Building. The perpetrators were terrorized by infiltrators who retaliated immediately with equal and opposite force.
There is no real downside that I can see.
Welcome to the 21st Century.
A review of the rental video "Brazil" might be in order at this point, possibly also that vintage epic "Clockwork Orange"
posted on 01/19/2003 6:28:18 AM PST
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posted on 01/19/2003 7:13:27 AM PST
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All I could find was a broken window at Starbucks and broken windows and doors at INS.
Huge protests for peace
Tens of thousands in S.F. demand Bush abandon war plans
Suzanne Herel, Zachary Coile, Chronicle Staff Writers
A splinter group of more than 200 black-clad protesters broke off from Saturday's peaceful rally and went on a brief romp through the Financial District, smashing windows and news racks before melting away before the eyes of frustrated police.
A police spokesman said officers made two arrests.
The angry demonstration began about 4:40 p.m. when a group of demonstrators beating drums and waving black-and-red flags blocked traffic at Fifth and Mission streets.
The mostly young activists, some with handkerchiefs covering their mouths and noses, turned onto Market Street, followed by police on bicycles.
The protest escalated to vandalism as the group turned up Sansome Street, spray-painting anti-war messages on the Citicorp Building.
Demonstrators used news racks and iron bars to smash a glass door at the Immigration and Naturalization Service building. As police rushed forward to protect the entry, the march turned south on Battery, smashing a window in a Starbucks coffee shop.
Dozens of police officers followed, some on horseback and motorcycles. The tactical squad, riding in vans, poured out in an effort to protect the plate- glass windows of stores and banks.
At Market Street the group took over the westbound traffic lane before heading into the Powell Street BART station, where they jumped turnstiles and left police smacking their palms with batons.
"I've been to a couple of rallies in San Francisco, but this is the most intense stuff I've seen," said Andrew Thompson, 27, a graduate student from Arcata in Humboldt County.
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posted on 01/19/2003 10:31:43 AM PST
Looks like LA after the Lakers win. Oh but wait, these are the intelligent, politically motivated, peaceful protests.
-notes the differences-
posted on 01/19/2003 2:46:08 PM PST
Beware Cops Posing As Peace Protestors
by Safe-Surf COINTELwaatch Sunday January 19, 2003 at 09:35 PM
The American people can clearly see the symbolism in the targeting of symbols of oppression (such as the INS), just as they recall the Boston Tea Party.
Criticize the oppressors, not those who stand up for the oppressed.
by LADUDE Sunday January 19, 2003 at 08:00 PM
why not write on suvs?
suvs = oil = war
Why not write on your house:
posted on 01/19/2003 3:19:45 PM PST
Thanks for posting!!!!
posted on 01/19/2003 5:12:35 PM PST
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