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November 16, 2010

Once Again, "Not Showing Up To Riot" Is A Failed Conservative Policy

Today's reminder that no conservative is complete without an anarchist costume in their wardrobe.

Posted by Kate at November 16, 2010 10:23 AM
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So where was campus security? Were they all afraid of a "don't taze me bro" moment?

Posted by: Texas Canuck at November 16, 2010 10:52 AM

I actually have an anarchist costume in my wardrobe: it's the Clash "Know Your Rights" tour XS tee shirt I wish I could still fit into :-)

Posted by: Kathy Shaidle at November 16, 2010 10:59 AM

Campus security was protecting the five protesters, Texas. That's their job now.

I mean, how else does five overweight girls shut down a whole room full of people? If it wasn't for the security goons I'm sure Christie Blatchford would have hauled them out of there by the ear all by herself.

Just so we are all clear who the actual problem is here, its the guy setting police policy.

Posted by: The Phantom at November 16, 2010 11:03 AM

Fascism by aquiesence...a George Soros trait?

So all those who died in WWII, are looking at the wrong side of the lawn because freedom of speech is a 'dangerous concept'.

Oh what a brave group of bumpkins we have here...so the cowering police and campus security don't have the jam to butter their toast!

Maybe, Obersturmbahnfurhrer Lynch of the CHRT should investigate whose precious feelings and egos weren't stroked correctly.

Quick call in the 'gang that can't shoot straight'!

Cheers


Hans-Christian Georg Rupprecht, Commander in Chief


1st Saint Nicolaas Army
Army Group “True North"

Posted by: Hans Rupprecht at November 16, 2010 11:18 AM

Did you see the picture of Kat Wombell, the tattooed lezbo who led the disruption?
Am I the only one who thinks she needs a haircut?
It's all about image and 'being cool' to them.

How much chunkier would Wombell look with one side of her dreads sheared off, eh?

They call themselves 'the Gang of Five'.
I couldn't find them in a Bing search.
They must be legends in their own minds.

The solution to such people is to do something to them that garners ridicule on themselves and their actions.

Posted by: Oz at November 16, 2010 11:27 AM

What are the chances that there will be a riot or at least a little teargas at the George Soros, "what a great human being" event tonight?

I think I will be looking at dumping my 'Crackberry' after hearing wack-a-doodle Jim is behind this show of solidarity of the rich and twisted!!!

Posted by: glacierman at November 16, 2010 11:31 AM

Unfortunately, it was last night.

Posted by: Kate at November 16, 2010 11:48 AM

This sort of thing seems to be happening quite regularly now. The anti free speech crowd seem to have a winning formula.

Posted by: Ken (Kulak) at November 16, 2010 11:53 AM

So Mr. Soros is going to be the "globalist" of the year. Can we now expect the usual suspects to show up howling their demands to "fight globalization"?

Posted by: DrD at November 16, 2010 11:56 AM

The lesson is clear. The right will have to start doing the same. Next time Suzuki comes to speak somewhere or Ignatieff...it apparently only takes five people to shut them down.

Posted by: johnboy at November 16, 2010 12:04 PM

Is it me or does "Globalist of the Year" sound alot like the "Montgomery Burns Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Excellence"?

Posted by: Andrew at November 16, 2010 12:28 PM

Some of the letters from "globalist" rearranged are "as**ol*". Ok, there's a few letters missing but it's grammatically and realistically close enough.

Posted by: Dave in Pa at November 16, 2010 12:58 PM

Is not fitting into an anarchist costume good or bad? :^)

Posted by: richfisher at November 16, 2010 1:32 PM

Alinskys(spelling) Rules for Radicals.
Talk louder, talk over people get in peoples faces so they loose there ability to speak.

The organized left have the podium and are planning on keeping it.
Time for a new set of rules.

Posted by: capt_bob at November 16, 2010 1:36 PM

Have you read the comments at the university paper story on the Blatchford censorship? It's hard to believe unless you read it...link to it at the second link above.

Posted by: Pongo at November 16, 2010 1:41 PM

johnboy said: "The right will have to start doing the same."

No. If "conservatives" (aka normal people) disrupt a Lefty event they get arrested. Actually, if they even show up and stand around with their hands in their pockets they get arrested. That's the point of Blatchford's book. Two tier policing.

Ask Garry McHale, he's got the lumps to prove it. Several times over.

The "authorities", in this case U Waterloo but usually the McGuinty government, are using these useful idiot punks to shut down events they can't be seen shutting down themselves. They may even be paying them to do it, for all I know.

So yeah, you can try to frig up David Suzuki's next talk, but the cops will bust your head pretty much guaranteed.

Posted by: The Phantom at November 16, 2010 1:53 PM

Well worth reading the comments, I find the race bating activists repulsive.

Posted by: Rose at November 16, 2010 3:07 PM

Com'on you guys, you know the rules are set by the Ruling Class.

aka the media, politicians(of all stripes), non-diverse Universities, Hollywood.

Same shi! different pile - Kings&Queens, clergy, royalty approved authors, poets, press. Also, see Galileo.

Posted by: ron in kelowna ∴ at November 16, 2010 3:10 PM

"What Helpless is about is the failure of government to govern and to protect all its citizens equally."

That is also the definition of what decades of liberalism has accomplished.

Non-whites, women, gays, lesbians, Muslims those people are more equal than the rest.

Want more of this injustice ?

VOTE LIBERAL !

Posted by: Friend of USA at November 16, 2010 5:03 PM

The Phantom
[.......johnboy said: "The right will have to start doing the same."

No. If "conservatives" (aka normal people) disrupt a Lefty event they get arrested. Actually, if they even show up and stand around with their hands in their pockets they get arrested. That's the point of Blatchford's book. Two tier policing.

Ask Garry McHale, he's got the lumps to prove it. Several times over.

The "authorities", in this case U Waterloo but usually the McGuinty government, are using these useful idiot punks to shut down events they can't be seen shutting down themselves. They may even be paying them to do it, for all I know.

So yeah, you can try to frig up David Suzuki's next talk, but the cops will bust your head pretty much guaranteed........]

Yep.......just like getting arrested and charged with assault for beating the $*it out of your wife's hand with your face...
Getting arrest for breach of a restraining order, in your home, because you called them when your X broke in. Never mnind that she is the respondent of that restraining order---hence the one allegedly restrained.....

Posted by: sasquatch at November 16, 2010 6:34 PM

Sounds like the X has friends in the local constabulary. Time to move.

Posted by: The Phantom at November 16, 2010 10:23 PM

Funny that these types of fascist disruptions happen in "civil cities"? Better breeding we're told.

Somehow the unwashed rural crowd don't attract the same, uh, "watch me" nutjobs.

Probably 'cause their narci-sick would get the IMMEDIATE bums rush.We'll have non of that "suffer fools" our gentler bretheren are, well, reticent to, dispense with.

Pity.

C'mon city mouse, git'er done!

Posted by: eastern paul at November 16, 2010 11:12 PM
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