Monday, March 19, 2007

Weekend Protests in San Diego

This weekend marked the fourth anniversary of the liberation of Iraq. Leftwing protesters were particularly angry at the lack of progress in their efforts to hand over that country to the Baathist Party and Al Qaeda. In downtown San Diego they held a rally with hundreds of protesters and only about a dozen Protest Warriors came to oppose them. We didn’t know it at the time, but in Washington DC our Gathering of Eagles counter-protest was faring much better than we were doing here in San Diego. The moonbats seriously miscalculated by holding their protest at the Veterans Memorial in DC. Thousands of patriots were inspired to protect the monument from being hijacked by these protesters, the majority of whom smear our veterans that have served in Iraq.

We would have been encouraged to know about what was happening in DC, but it didn’t matter because our spirits were really high due to our sense of humor and the inspiration that comes from the ignorance of many of our opponents. We had a small contingent of Marines that joined us and it is ironic that after serving multiple tours in Iraq they now found themselves under attack by American insurgents. Yet they seemed to love the attention. We wound up being the last people to leave the rally site just so we could hang out and socialize for awhile. It was great fun.

The only differences between last year and this year’s protest is that the rally was held in a new location and there were fewer protesters this time around. Otherwise, it was the same old thing. As a matter of fact this demonstration seemed to be stuck in 2004. For some reason they set up a voter registration booth and handed out John Kerry for President bumper stickers. Perhaps they thought that it was better than being stuck in the sixties.




As always the protest was a great opportunity to recruit new members for the International Socialist Organization and make some money selling trashy books. “Peace” protesters have become adept at showcasing “antiwar” veterans and their relatives in order to hide the fact that it is leftwing radicals who really drive the movement.




In spite of the fact that the keffiyeh scarf is an icon of Palestinian terrorism, it has become the most favored fashion accessory for those protesting against “terrorism” by the U.S. government. I was a bit disappointed that this year there was no booth set up exclusively to sell terrorist scarves like there was last time.

At least there was plenty of beautifully packaged Communist propaganda for our consumption. If you need books on Marxist ideology, fragging U.S. soldiers or stories of rabble rousers looking to cash in on their activism - it was all for sale here at the ISO booth. Those Communists sure are aggressive entrepreneurs. (If you don’t know what fragging is, its the act of a soldier killing one of his fellow soldiers on the battlefield. That’s how some “peace” activists believe we should support our troops. )




For those of you who really like the truth and I mean really, really like the truth - you will be glad to know that the San Diegans for 9/11 Truth were on hand to expose the government’s lies about those attacks. There are millions of conspirators that are keeping silent in order to protect President Bush and this plot seems to get more and more insidious as 9/11 fades into memory. The 911 Truth Movement was actually inspired by the research of Dr. Albert Hofmann, the creator of LSD.




In 1943 he conducted research on himself to test the drug’s hallucinogenic properties. He stated;

“Everything in the room spun around, and the familiar objects and pieces of furniture assumed grotesque, threatening forms. They were in continuous motion, animated, as if driven by an inner restlessness.

The lady next door, whom I scarcely recognized, brought me milk in the course of the evening and I drank more than two liters. She was no longer Mrs. R., but rather a malevolent, insidious witch with a colored mask. Even worse than the demonic transformations of the outer world, were the alterations that I perceived in myself, in my inner being. Every exertion of my will, every attempt to put an end to the disintegration of the outer world and the dissolution of my ego, seemed to be wasted effort.

A demon had invaded me, had taken possession of my body, mind, and soul. I jumped up and screamed, trying to free myself from him, but then sank down again and lay helpless on the sofa.”


Hofmann’s LSD experience is recreated every time someone visits a display booth set up by the Truthers at an “anti-war” protest. Such mass hysteria is well suited for the “peace” movement. On their website there is a quote from an anonymous 9/11 Truth member that really sums things up, “The truth about 9/11 is that we don’t know the truth.” …After .25 mg of lysergic acid diethylamide tartrate it’s no small wonder why this activist can’t grasp the truth.

As you can imagine there were quite a few speakers at the event who bashed the U.S. at every opportunity. In comparison the Baathists and Al Qaeda were barely mentioned and you could have forgotten that they even existed.

In addition to the speakers there were entertainers as well and I was amused by a particularly energetic duo that performed some rap poetry in the vein of Gil Scott Heron or the Last Poets. They dished out some hardcore paranoia at a pace that was too rapid for me to jot down on paper. My attempt to keep up with their tourettes session led me to regret not bringing a voice recorder and finally give up transcribing their words.




I only caught pieces of what was said, but if I transcribe all of it into one poem it makes about as much sense as their fully composed pieces…

Revolution is the solution.
Revolution is the solution.
For this fucked up system

We are stuck in the barrios
They feed us chemicals to our brains

We are the seeds of resistance
AmeriKKKa, AmeriKKKa


A common theme at this event was that our liberties are being stolen and our government is led by a fascist dictatorship. When I challenged a protester who expressed these views he just walked away. The man couldn’t be bothered to describe how the Bush Administration is taking away our rights.

Typically, a repressive regime bans the freedom of expression that ironically these protesters have been exercising.

A fascist dictatorship allows no other political parties except for its own. However, in November of 2006 the Democratic Party won a majority in the House of Representatives and Senate. There weren’t any notable accusations of a stolen election because conservatives are all grown up now.

Speaking of which, I have some pictures of Protest Warriors that were present at the protest to counter the Leftwing/Islamist propaganda machine.



Eric was the glue that kept us focused.



Once again Bob took the long drive from Temecula to pitch in.



Ryan enjoyed going solo behind enemy lines.



Osama bin Laden campaigned for his favorite candidate. You can see where some moonbat protesters tore the sign.



The presence of Protest Warriors is always guaranteed to provoke the peaceniks so there was plenty of arguing and debating.



Surrounded by protesters our Marines stood strong.



Gloria Davidson from Veterans for Peace doesn’t like it when other veterans don’t hate President Bush and the Iraqi reconstruction the way she claims they do.



A long, drawn out debate that ended in a handshake.



A leftwing activist finally finds the guts to confront Osama bin Laden.



After a hard day of fighting the power a Socialist protester shows off some butt crack and retires for the evening.

Stay tuned for the next part of this weekend’s protest coverage. I will be posting a Freedom Now exclusive interview with Saddam Hussein. You haven’t heard the last of that genocidal dictator…

18 comments:

Farmer John said...

Awesome!

Thank you Protest Warriors for countering the San Diego Moonbats! I'm looking forward to your interview w/Saddam!

Freedomnow said...

FJ,

I hope I can beat the censorship of the Bush Administration because they dont want this interview to happen.

Things are getting scary. At the library there was a librarian following me. I think they are planning to get at me through my library account. This could turn out to get really ugly.

Farmer John said...

Homeland Security issues? Just check out Das Kapital or the feminie Mystique. They'll assume you're one of them and burn your records.

Always On Watch Two said...

Kerry-for-President stuff? What the hell?

I guess that they're afraid to commit to a possible candidate for 2008. Or maybe they neglected to hear about Kerry's weepy announcement that he will not be running in 2008.

Great pictures, Freedom!

At GOE in D.C., we didn't have anything showing a sense of humor. I think that we were too concerned about the Vietnam War Memorial. At attempt was made. Did you hear about it?

[Hat-tip to Farmer for letting me know about this posting]

Elmer's Brother said...

Go FN Go!!!!!

Steve Harkonnen said...

I spotted a lot of Kufayeh at the protest, even before we arrived there we saw a bunch of moonbats over on the railcar ahead of us on the metro.

nanc said...

you need to get out more...

the gathering of eagles has been a very big deal for at least two months that i know of - go to aow's or mike's america - see what you've been missing.

and don't tell me you didn't have a good time at the protest!

did you get a good start on your tan? lines and all?

Mad Zionist said...

Great post, FN. It's always great to see first hand how the Marxist conventions play dress-up as a
"peace rally". Thanks for sharing.

Freedomnow said...

MZ,

I guess that means you wont be "joining the Socialists" or accusing President Bush of carrying out a false flag operation on 9/11...

Nanc,

Its funny that you mention that. I got my first sunburn in years. Its been so long that I cant remember the last time.

The Gathering of Eagles was great. I have noticed that San Diego protesters are a lot more moderate than anywhere else.

Zombietime documents the zany antics in the Bay Area and our moonbats dont compare. But at their most moderate moonbats are highly wacky.

I would be off to check out Zombietime's site, but it is down. Sighhhhh....

AOW,

Those Kerry for President bumper stickers were fantastic. It illustrates how out of touch these people are.

Hi EB and Steve!!!!!

American Crusader said...

Great pictures. I don't know if you had the chance to see any press coverage, especially at Washington DC, but it seems almost all media outlets decided to focus only on the antiwar protesters even though they were outnumbered 3-1 in DC.
The leadoff picture For NBC Nightly News was our girl Cindy locked arm in arm with her fellow protesters. If someone had no access to the Internet, they would have seen only one side..that of the leftards.

Freedomnow said...

News reporters are either political activists with a job that advances their agenda or looking to break a big story.

The story of counter-protesters backing our troops is not going to make headlines so most reporters view coverage of our Eagles as unproductive.

I believe that this is the motivation for most although there are quite a few activist journalists and most have been proven through many research studies to be overwhelmingly liberal and vote overwhelmingly for the Democratic Party.

So there they go again? Thats what we are here for...

Farmer John said...

Dissent sells newspapers. Complacency and satisfaction only sells the ad space.

American Crusader said...

We might as well rename the New York Times or other media outlets "Pravda".

WomanHonorThyself said...

hi there ..the pics say it all !..what an array of kooks!..great work indeed.

Freedomnow said...

Thanks Honorable One!

Hey FJ, the Saddam interview is done I just have to find the time to put all the pieces together and publish it.

So the post will be up by tomorrow.

Cheerio

Farmer John said...

I look forward to reading it, FN! Fresh meat.

kuhnkat said...

Great pictures FN, but, where is the obligatory "FREEDOM NOW" poster?? Did I miss it??

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Freedomnow said...

I had to take that sign to the cleaners, it was washing day...