It is this date that is clearly drawn in the sand that the second phase of the war on reason has officially commenced. With the assailment of private and public property devolving as standard protocol for the harried lunacy involved with unreasonably violent protests, is the next step in this assault on the First Amendment to reallocate the property and possession of citizens for the Marxist cause of leftists attempting to nullify the guaranteed liberties and freedoms and transform this nation into a dystopia through membership in the European Union?
Apparently, broken windows and the infusion of public chaos are ingredients for a first-rate demonstration, according to an organizer of the protests to Breitbart’s polarizing journalist Milo Yiannopoulos’s appearance at UC Berkeley, where basic law was disregarded for a pathway of frenzied destruction in a direct and insane response to the event.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the bill to repair smashed windows exceeds over $100 thousand dollars and Ronald Cruz of the organization with the cute name By Any Means Necessary is applauding efforts of property damage as a win for the cause. ““We are happy with the results,” echoed Cruz.
In justifying the criminal vandalism Cruz articulated this eloquent and logical thought, ““This was self-defense,” Cruz said. “Windows can be replaced. People can’t be.” So, the answer is a strident “No!”, the group of ruffians will not be held accountable for their criminal actions and once again it is up to the community to pay the bill. If they choose to move to Seattle, they can enjoy a hit post-window violence heroine induced trip administered by certified nurse and get a hug from the mayor, and all on the dime of the taxpayer. Maybe Cruz and his cronies require yet another reminder of the dire situation that a blind following of activism and broken socialism have contributed in the degradation of an equal opportunity starvation in Venezuela? This could be accomplished a swift shot to the veins in the form of poppy seed derivative themed with a subjective background of what someone quantifies as music.
This ladies and gentlemen is what we are dealing with- a pure being constructed of insanity and fueled by raw emotions, yet lacking a conscience. The irony to this tragedy is that the collective group of leftists supposedly supports free speech, yet riots and prevents the basic exercise of freedoms when an individual with a differing perspective attempts to speak on campus. The group is also vehemently against the idea of the Second Amendment and justifiable self-defense, concepts that Mr. Cruz clearly tarnishes in his jaded and convoluted viewpoints to the basic ideals of personal liberty and freedom.
The old phrase states, “One can’t negotiate with anarchists (terrorists).”
Read the full San Francisco Chronicle article here.