Saturday, February 04, 2017

The ''New Wave Surge" Collective Is Born : No Longer Called Just the ''Opposition'' (A Picture Gallery)

Still wondering who and what the ''New Wave Surge'' progressives socialist liberal democrats are?? No longer hiding behind what the progressive media calls the ''opposition party'', as well as Bill O'Reilly, after Donald Trump won the election last November. They are the ""New Wave Surge" collective bought and paid for by the old school terrorists, Soros, Blumberg, Steyer among many others.

Now the 'New Wave' national and international criminals in opposition are nothing more then domestic terrorists on the our streets burning and destroying our civil society. And the same goes for those that are in our government that take the name of 'the opposition' but the only difference between the street terrorist burring cars and buildings is the progressive socialist congressional terrorists wear suits and are commonly referred to as democrats.

The agenda and ideology is the same for both kinds of terrorists, ''fundamental change and transformation''. Power to the few at the expense of the many. Karl Marx is smiling.

In Photos, the Latest Example of Liberal ‘Tolerance’
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Breitbart News’ Milo Yiannopoulos’ speech at University of California, Berkeley was canceled Wednesday night. Here’s the account of what happened directly from UC Berkeley’s statement (emphasis mine):
The violence was instigated by a group of about 150 masked agitators who came onto campus and interrupted an otherwise non-violent protest.
The decision to cancel the event was made at about 6 p.m., and officers read several dispersal announcements to a crowd of more than 1,500 protesters who had gathered outside the student union, where Yiannopoulos was to speak. …
Fires that were deliberately set, one outside the campus Amazon outlet; Molotov cocktails that caused generator-powered spotlights to catch fire; commercial-grade fireworks thrown at police officers; barricades pushed into windows and skirmishes within the crowd were among the evening’s violent acts.
The masked agitators came to campus eastbound on Bancroft Way, and fire damage and other destruction to the Stiles Hall construction site, where a new residence hall is planned, was reported. The group entered campus and immediately began throwing rocks at officers. In an effort to avoid injuries to innocent members of the surrounding crowd who might have been caught in the middle, police officers exercised restraint and did not respond with force.
Agitators also attacked some members of the crowd who were rescued by police. UCPD reported no major injuries and about a half dozen minor injuries. Mutual aid officers from the city of Oakland and from Alameda County arrived at Berkeley around 7:45 p.m. to assist UCPD and Berkeley city police.
No arrests had been made by UCPD as of 9:30 p.m.
This is insane. Just try to imagine the reaction if this had occurred at, say, Hillsdale College if Lena Dunham had come to speak.
Yes, it’s true that most liberals wouldn’t act like this—and it’s not clear who the “masked agitators” were. (Although again: How many on the left would use those caveats if this happened in the hypothetical Dunham speech at Hillsdale?)

And to UC Berkeley’s credit, the statement continued, “Campus officials added that they regret that the threats and unlawful actions of a few have interfered with the exercise of First Amendment rights on a campus that is proud of its history and legacy as the home of the Free Speech Movement.”
(Although—it does seem strange that when protesters threw rocks, attacked crowd members, pushed barricades into windows, etc., etc., no one was arrested.)

Here are photos of what happened Wednesday night in Berkeley, California:
A vandalized Bank of America office is seen after a protest turned violent at UC Berkeley during a demonstration over Yiannopoulos in Berkeley, California. (Photo: Stephen Lam/Reuters/Newscom)
A light stand is set on fire during protest on the University of California-Berkeley campus against Milo Yiannopoulos. (Photo: Jeremy Breningstall/ZUMA Press/Newscom)
A demonstrator protesting Yiannopoulos sets a fire in Berkeley, California. (Photo: Noah Berger/EPA/Newscom)
Rioters loot and vandalize a Starbucks during a protest against Yiannopoulos in Berkeley, California. (Photo: Noah Berger/EPA/Newscom)

Picture of graffiti as protesters storm UC Berkeley's campus in Berkley, California. (Photo: Butch Escobar/newzulu/Newscom)


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