Monday, December 29, 2014

Diaz: Jews Mustn't Get Uppity

For some who share the protesters' concerns, the insistence on pressing on in spite of the funeral is damaging. 
"I don't think the Jews do themselves a favor by protesting until after Hitler is laid to rest," said Ruben Diaz Jr., the Bronx borough president. 
Mr. Diaz, echoing some other elected leaders, said the Jews were costing themselves support with their disruptive tactics. "They're losing favor with a lot of Germans," he said.

Well, he actually said the following, but the logic, or rather the lack thereof, is the same.

For some who share the protesters' concerns, the insistence on pressing on in spite of the funerals is damaging. 
"I don't think the protesters do themselves a favor by protesting until after these officers are laid to rest," said Ruben Diaz Jr., the Bronx borough president. 
Mr. Diaz, echoing some other elected leaders, said the groups were costing themselves support with their disruptive tactics. "They're losing favor with a lot of New Yorkers," he said.

What sort of an ally is Diaz, anyway? What do you need enemies for if you have allies like him?

It boggles the mind. Why would a group of people that has been victimized suspend protesting the crimes committed against them, just because two of their tormentors have been executed? If Hitler had been executed, should Jews have volunteered to go into the gas chambers as a mark of respect for their tormentor until his funeral was over?

Should blacks, Hispanics, and other victims of police brutality just stand there in silence and let the pigs shoot them? Isn't it bad enough that they cannot defend themselves against the juggernaut of the state? Isn't it bad enough that there is no one they can call against the police if the latter assault them?

Must they now suffer not only being murdered, but being murdered in silence, without even protesting the injustice and outrage done to them? To curry favor with the porcine gang that threatens to murder them?

What is that hellhole? America? A free country?

Or a death star, where Darth Vader can do anything he wants to you and then go, "I am altering the deal. Pray I don't alter it any further"? Or a medieval ghetto where the Jews can be glad if a few of them escape the pogrom with their bare lives, happy that they were "only" beaten to a pulp, and not tortured to death like the rest?

Is Diaz utterly delusional? Does he think it is requests for favors he hears from the protestors?

Listen to the street, Diaz! It is demands you hear!

Diaz and all other US politicians and government agents should be glad that the protesters are still talking to them. If the First American Revolution was justified on account of the comparatively piddling crimes George III committed against the colonists, wouldn't the protesters be more than justified to start a Second American Revolution? If the agents of the state can murder anyone they wish, without any recourse, what other choice but revolution is left?

America and its immoral pig-loving wing nut plurality should obey the protestors now and restrain their porkers before it is too late. Tremble, wing nuts, for your police cannot suppress the rightless masses forever!

"If you make peaceful revolution impossible, you make violent revolution inevitable."

— John F. Kennedy

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