Skip to comments.After Action Report - It Was A Riot; The leftist Hordes Were Hysterical
Posted on 08/30/2004 8:07:19 PM PDT by LaserLock
It has been a wonderful 3 days of freeping the left.
It began on Saturday when I drove up to New Paltz, NY and joined kphockey2 and his wife with 3 other freepers to protest the delusional leftist college kids or teenagers. Please forgive me for I have forgotten the other freeper names!
When we arrived there the rabble were already in position to protest Peter Savago, the local delegate for the RNC.
For the next two hours I chanted three slogans;
"4 more years"
"war freed the slaves, war saved the jews, and yes, war freed 25 million Iraquis, so you communists go home."
"Kerry's unfit for command."
I also added in a few times about who ANSWER is and why do they want to be the useful idiots of the left.
My voice was very loud and I went toe to toe with their megaphone. They lost.
People from the surrounding stores kept looking our way wanting to see what was going on. One or two people came over to thank us.
We flummaxed them. We confounded them. They didn't know what to do.
They did their chant a few times but I was constant and loud.
Then, a few of them started to cross the street, wanting to engage us in a debate. They failed.
What I've been learning and still am, is how to argue with a leftist. Don't let them change the argument.
One guy didn't understand what I meant by "war freed the slaves, war saved the jews, and yes, war freed 25 million Iraquis". I asked him does he know what a metaphor is. He couldn't make the leap and that drove him crazy. I laughed with glee.
Another one came over and tried to debate me. He first started to say that he wasn't for kerry and I then asked him who he does support as a candidate. He mentioned a name that I'm not familiar with. Then he tried to turned the conversation to abortion and the war on drugs. He failed too.
A few came over, some by bike and some walked over and in my opinion tried to intimidate us.
We all worked together well to watch our backs.
The cops had two cars there. One in the parking lot just to the side of us and the other across the street.
When we finished and started to leave, kphockey2's wife said you know, they came here to protest Peter Savago, the local delegate for the RNC, and they only mentioned his name once, at the beginning."
Sunday morning I met up with the Protest Warriors at their NYC headquarters. I met kphockey2 and his wife, scourge of yazid, and God Luvs America. We waited until approximately 10:30am before we set out. Before setting out we split into 5 groups of 15 people. Safety was stressed at all times. When we enter among the "kerry people" always stay together. Never insite them. Watch the other's back. If there's trouble move to the right side.
The sign I was carrying showed "Communism only killed 100 million people. Let's give it another chance."
We were escorted by the police from HQ to 7th Avenue and then to 25th(?) street. At Bryant Park, which is at 34th street, we saw that hardball was set up to broadcast there. We chanted "Chris Matthews sucks" "hardball sucks". I couldn't chant or sing much because my voice is horse. As we walked to 26th street we held our signs high and chanted and sang. People were turning around to see who we were. At 7th avenue we waited a very long time for the cops to give us the okay to enter among the left. It didn't look like that was going to happen. So each group left the area a few minutes apart. We made our to 7th and 26th and joined the left there. The group I was with was the third group in.
There was a lot of energy there. It was intense. When the people began to read our signs the cat was out of the bag and the intensity ratcheted up. Some people became hostile. Some screamed at us. We just continued to march and we all watched our backs. They tried to split us up. One or two of us were assaulted but no one was injured. Some had their signs taking away and ripped up. We also met up with another of our group. A military trained medic was leading that group (I don't know his name). At one point we weren't moving. One lefty came over to me and I thought he was waiting for me to do something to provoke him. I just help my sign and stared straight ahead. So he decided to have a stare down with me. His face and body was real close to mine. He stared at me and I stared straight ahead. Neither of us moved. The energy we were beaming was intense. He blinked a few times and as we began moving I told him he blinked first so he lost and I moved on. We now reached 28th street and we moved to the right for safety. This is where the cops took us out of the protest. We all kept out composure. We all stayed together. We all watched each other's back.
We lost contact with the other groups. We then waited here for another opportunity to get back in. It wasn't coming. We were about 200 feet from 7th avenue. The cops didn't want any confrontations. Then we made contact with Kafir and were to join him at 6th & 34th street. As we were about to leave the leftists walked by with the coffins. The military trained medic stood and saluted the coffins as they came by. We joined him. He said they it's because they don't respect them that he has to. It got real emotional. Btw, this technic of carrying empty coffins was most likely learnt from the manual of Hamas and we know that they have highly organized group that represents hamas in the United States that's active.
Afterwards, we went to 6th & 34th street. I was standing next to KerryForCommunists. Btw, I also met Castro and Che. I chanted some, I debated some, and the cop had to ask them to keep moving on. I also met firebrand there. There was almost a breakout as you're going form 6th to 5th avenue. Four cops by me rushed to that area. I also heard a lot of whistles.
I had a great time and I want to thank the Protest Warriors. They came from all over the country. Nebraska, NY, Georgia, Texas, California.
PWs got a permit for today to protest United For Peace & Justice, which was two buildings away from where they were staying. That was convenient.
I came into Manhattan today by ferry. It was 7:00am, the sun was rising, and the skyline was just glorious to look at. I met up with PWs at 10:00am.
As I was walking down the street, I of course had to pass the UPJ building. I saw these two reporters interviewing this short heavy-set woman. At first I wasn't sure if that was leslie cagan but it had to be her who else could it have been. Anyway, as I walk by the woman reporter saw my shirt and gave me a weird look. I was wearing my American Pride, An American Tradition t-shirt with the American flag on it.
I walked down the street and told our guys that the reporters are interviewing someone there. It could be Leslie Cagan. We mobilized with our signs. The Scourge Of Yazid was there too. Before we left the cops came by to tell us that when you protest you are not allowed to stop pedestrian traffic or street traffic. That means kep moving. If you stop then you're blocking traffic and you will be in violation.
By now, a lot of other press showed up at UPJ. NBC, the NY Post and other press. They were called in by PW. We marched up and down chanting. The press interviewed almost all of us. It was fantastic. I was interviwed by NBC. I told him we were here to support our President George W. Bush. He has our national security at heart. He's got character, he's honorable. We are also here to protest kery supporters. Why is john kerry running on 4 months in vietnam? What happened to the 20 years in the senate. It's because he's done nothing.
Then a NY Post reporter asked why I'm here. I said what I said above and I added in the following. I asked her do you know who leslie cagan is? I began to give her a cagan's biography. She has ben affiliated to the communist party in America, Her loyalty is with castro and his kind of government and also kim il chong of north korea. I also aded in that they should also do the research. I also said this to another reporter.
Quite an experience when they put a camera in front of you with a microphone.
But here's the best part. The permit was for us to be across the street. And when we protested leslie, it was right in front of her and her minions. Someone then realized we should have been across th estreet and so we were moved.
For the rest of the day we held signs, chanted, and sang.
Again, I want to thank Protest Warriors for a job well done.
The bottom line is that the Media supports these leftists, marxists terrorists.
The issue is that the Media are not journalists and they probably don't have any desire to do the research that any decent correspondant must do.
So, they are internationalists. They are quizzlings and we can't allow them to turn us into internationalists.
God bless America!
GREAT WORK & GREAT BRAVERY! Man you make me proud.
Just want to say that second slogan must have been a devil to chant!
My admiration to a brave and persistent warrior. God Bless You.
Fantastic! Sounds like one helluva lot of fun. Keep up the good work, keep in the face of the marxists! The majority of America supports you!
Great job. Sounds like a lot of fun. For the first time in my life I wish I was in NY. Would love to have been there with you guys.
I wish I had known about the New Paltz Freep. I drove right through there on Saturday -- twice. Late Saturday afternoon at one of the pubs on Main Street, I got into a debate with a student who called President Bush "stupid." I interjected myself into the conversation and asked him, "What do you mean by 'stupid'." He responded, "He's stupid, an idiot, what part don't you understand?" I said, "You mean like he applied to SUNY New Paltz, but couldn't get in so he lowered his standards and went to Yale and Harvard instead?" I then asked him what the average SAT scores are at New Paltz these days, "960, maybe a 1000?" and whether he was one one of the 30% of SUNY New Paltz students who had to take remedial math and/or writing as a freshman. He got up and left.
Thank you for being there. Your report is awesome. It takes courage to confront the leftists. Thank you.
Sweetness. Way to go!
Nice job on that punk. These small victories all add up.
WAY TO GO!
Semper Fi LaserLock!!!
Good Man! Good report! Great American!
My goal is to personally convince one person a day to vote for President Bush.
Thank you! You represent those of us who wish we could be there right along side of you!
Good luck on that one. If New York comes into play, we'll know who to thank!! Turn those upstaters around.
Taxman Bravo Zulu!
New York is a lost cause, but I feel good trying.
I saw you on MSNBC. A very nice clip. I was astonished they admitted there was a counter demonstration. Great work...they didn't even call you a "right-winger" or "religious fanatic".
Let's show 'em what we're made of in the coming days.
We got coverage on ABC Channel 7 on the afternoon broadcast of Eyewitness News.
Not bad at all.
Yes they are Quislings, you're right about that.
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