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The Rise of the Thug LeftBy J.R. DunnTimes are tough. Actually, they're getting tough in a lot of places. They proved very tough for Hamas operatives in the Eastern Mediterranean last weekend. They were tough in poor Balto as well, with seven people shot to death. (Baltimore should be one of the jewels of the East Coast, but of course, it's no such thing. I wonder who's been running the place the last century.) It was nearly as tough in Chicago, with twelve shot and three dead. But when has there ever been good news from the Windy City? But none of these, however bad they may be, have the potential to shake up the political system the way Obama's more feisty allies have been doing over the past year or so. On Sunday, May 16, a gang of close to five hundred purple shirts (that is, members of the Service Employees International Union, reinforced by something called National Political Action) surrounded the Silver Spring, Maryland home of Greg Baer, corporate law counsel for Bank of America. They claimed to be carrying out a "protest" of the bank's foreclosure policies. That was the excuse for surrounding Baer's home, trampling his lawn, occupying his front porch, and creating an uproar audible throughout the entire neighborhood. Baer was not home. The only person present was his fourteen-year-old son, who, overcome with fear, locked himself in the bathroom. On returning home, Baer made his way through the mob to rescue his son, suffering near-assault in the process. At no point did the police attempt to control the mob or order them to leave the property. In fact, evidence exists that District of Columbia police actually escorted the mob to the Baer's home. Coincidentally, the SEIU owes almost $100 million to the Bank of America.This is the third example of blatant violence -- and yes, terrorizing a young boy is violence -- by administration supporters since last summer. (While other incidents have occurred, going back to the Black Panthers menacing voters in Philly, these are the most blatantly violent.) The first was the case of Kenneth Gladney, who in St. Louis on August 6 last year was selling buttons and flags (identified as Gadsden flags, with the rattler and "Don't Tread on Me" slogan, one of the minor ironies of the incident) outside a town hall meeting being held by Democrat Congressman Russ Carnahan. The SEIU, ubiquitous at Democratic events these days, showed up to confront Gladney and demanded to know what "kind of shit" he was selling, along with calling him a nigger. (This from another black, which of course makes it okay.) Gladney's answers were evidently unsatisfactory, and he was then beaten, knocked down, and stomped on, suffering injuries that required hospital treatment. (The purple shirts were identified from video footage. All of them pleaded not guilty this past April 20 -- justice moves frighteningly fast in Missouri.) Even as the SEIU members were rehearsing their pleas in St. Louis, yet another attack occurred a few hundred miles down the Big Muddy. On April 9 in New Orleans, the Southern Republican Leadership Conference held a dinner at Brennan's Restaurant in the French Quarter. The event generated a protest, as everything seems to do these days. The responsible organization here was the Iron Rail Collective, an anarchist group. The anarchists chased GOP chairman Roger Villeres as he left the restaurant, but this was only the first act. A short time later, fundraiser Allee Butsch and her boyfriend Joe Brown emerged. They were evidently followed and then attacked a few blocks away by at least five people. Both were badly beaten, Ms. Butsch suffering a leg broken so severely as to require an operation. (SNIP)http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/06/the_rise_of_the_thug_left.html
I find it interesting that very little is said by Dunn as the Rightwing thugs hang up their white hoodies for western wear and go out rounding up Mexicans in Arizona, and write a neo-fascist anti-immigration bill that Goebbels would be proud of. Dunn, and others who support his views, appear to support such Rightwing Thug actions against people who are doing jobs at the cheapest level of wage pay that exists. Often violence occurs.Dunn's piece is not consistent. Firstly, Greg Baer, a lawyer for the financial crime syndicate mobster bankstas at Bank of America, needs to have his home full of protesters everyday.If his son got scared, just maybe Baer should have thought about the consequences upon his family when he took a job working for a mobster organization. For every action, there is reaction!!!There was NO violence at his home, but civil disobedience was the action. BoA has been, and continues to be a financial predator that has been drinking from the taxpayer's trough. The taxpayer has every right to get angry over that.Now, the poor guy selling buttons did not need to get beaten up, if that is all true.Finally, anarchists are very far left in their political views. They don't represent the average left-leaning service worker in America. Violence is often the objective of some anarchists. That, again, is unacceptable during a time when the people need to engage in civil disobedience against the crimes committed against them by the corporate elite.
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