University (un)educated Obama supporters defend violence
Excerpts of interviews with Occupy DC protesters follow here, but watch the video clip below in which journalist Adam Kokesh can be seen talking to university students, who have no concept of what America, freedom and our Constitution represent.
“I’m a student at George Washington University…and I’m here mostly because I think this is kind’a a watershed moment, this is the first time there’s been any sort of widespread action by the parts of regular people. I mean you have the tea party rallies, but I’m not sure this is quite the same. I mean the tea party rallies have been stimulated in large part by an organized machine funded by corporate money, whereas this was started, I mean really, by some people on face book and twitter.
People who aren’t here today are generally consenting to all of the things we’re trying to fight, even if they agree with us, you know, in their private thoughts.”
This same bespectacled, Burberry wearing protestor says he “supports the use of force if it maximizes social justice, if it can improve the lot of everyone, if it increases the standard of comfort among the people, if it can maximize freedom, the ability to live our lives and it improves our lives, then yes, we should use force.”
A woman interviewed said: “I don’t like basing who is deserving of fair treatment and human treatment in the world on who has money.”
Another student, appropriately holding a Marxist red umbrella declared, “There are certain things called civil liberties which are limitations on democracy.”
One woman who identifies herself as a “student already in debt,” and an Obama supporter is unaware of the fallacies in her declarations. When Obama’s duplicities are pointed out to her, she walks away saying she doesn’t want to talk anymore.
We know it’s a busy Monday. But do yourself a favor and find time to read this report written by Paul Joseph Watson on Alex Jones’ Infowars.com. The abysmal ignorance and delusional beliefs of these anti-capitalism, pro-socialism protestors need exposure.
This anti-capitalism mentality is being repeated with sit-ins and protests on Wall Street, on the Brooklyn Bridge where 700 were arrested, Boston and in Denver where they are calling for “occupying the streets.”