Skip to comments.Get ready for 2016’s ‘Summer of Anarchy’
Posted on 05/25/2016 9:25:05 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
Get ready for a Summer of Anarchy on the street, courtesy of the community organizer squatting on the White House
Keep videos of the violent Albuquerque anti-Trump protest in which several police officers were injured in your Save file. Its all you will ever need to know about how a D.C. administration run by a community organizer works.
Police in riot gear and mounted patrol units faced off against a violent crowd of protesters outside a Donald Trump campaign event in Albuquerque Tuesday night. (FoxNews, May 25, 2016)
WOW!! I have a SUMMER named after me!! COOL!
Bought and paid for ‘unrest’
What the heck is going on?
I basically said anarchy is me taking his stuff and killing him because I had guns and he didn't, and there was nothing he could do to prevent that. He couldn't call the cops, as with anarchy, there are no laws to break.
Guaranteed to backfire on Zero, Soros, and the Clintoons et al., ya think?
Even the riots during the 1968 heyday of the SDS and anti Viet war groups were choreographed. Anarchy is spontaneous.
Somebody on the other thread said the ABQ police are under a consent order by the obola DOJ to use minimum force due to police brutality problems in the past.
“Anarchy and mayhem in Albuquerque, and only ONE arrest made.”
Surprising since they don’t seem to have a problem gunning down and unarmed homeless man with an AR-15!
This will push up Trump’s numbers. Keep it coming!
Spontaneous like that Benghazi impromptu demonstration which got 4 Americans slaughtered while our Overlords drank tea and ate crumpets.
The ABQ police are in a bind, needing to work their way out of a reputation of shooting all things that breathe.
Most professed anarchists don’t really know what anarchy is.
Nope, they're fine with trashing or stealing someone else's stuff, but the moment it happens to their stuff, they're on the phone to the cops.
I also worked with a guy who thought people should be forced out of their homes with higher property taxes because the home values had skyrocketed over the years. I had to explain to him that no one had benefitted from these skyrocketing values, they were on paper only. He said he didn't care, if the property value was up so much, they could sell, and buy somewhere else. When I mentioned that, come CWII, people like him would be the first shot by people like me, his rhetoric was toned down a bit.
Most professed anarchists dont really know what anarchy is.
I just happened to post this on another thread yesterday.
The Anarchist Cookbook.
The full movie.
I wouldn’t call it a parody of Anarchists, but it is definitely done in a sarcastic tone. Basically pointing out the stupidity of its members and their cause.
Some lines include;
“We don’t know what we are for, but we do know what we’re against”
“I’m a Nihilist that doesn’t believe in Nihilism”
“...they’re fine with trashing or stealing someone else’s stuff”
And they know, because there is order, that the police or victims most likely won’t shoot them on sight.
I was there for a couple of years about ten years ago, and the APD had recruiting billboards showing SWAT-team members rappelling out of a helicopter ... “Join us and kick-in doors and stomp dogs and shoot people”.
Given the way things are going, they may get quite a surprise in the near future.
Very right, or rather it always starts out that way. How it ends up rolling is never how it's planned. I had the same conversation as you did with a couple of young friends about what they imagine "anarchy" is. It isn't Bakunin or Kropotkin making dramatic, righteous speeches to an admiring crowd, it's downtown Beirut in the 80's or Sarajevo in the 90's.
This won't be anarchy, this will be political theater, which is a very different thing. The protesters come, they scream, they tangle with police, the news cameras roll. There are kabuki dances less formal. It is "safe" violence because the government must play by the rules, which is the very opposite of anarchy.
That doesn't mean it won't be a hot summer. I was in Seattle for the WTO riots, and there are several bits of advice I'd like to offer for unwilling participants:
1. Stock up on necessities because you might not want to leave the house when the idiots in black are having their fun outside your door.
2. Be ready to go to a temporary location if it really gets crazy, meaning that you find out, as Seattleites did, that tear gas goes right through locked doors and windows and into residences and it's really nasty.
3. Get back in touch with local news and police scanners.
4. Be ready to defend yourself in the gravest extreme. Even organized political dramas have psychopaths in them.
Other than that, have a nice summer!
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.