Skip to comments.Tel Aviv: Low Turnout, Fistfights at ‘Social Justice’ Rallies
Posted on 08/04/2012 1:53:18 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Organizers of two social justice protests in Tel Aviv were disappointed Saturday night when just thousands turned out for the rallies.
The evening was also marred by violent fights as some participants in one rally, held in Kikar HaBima, fought with security personnel at the other, held at the Tel Aviv Museum. One even attempted to burst onto the stage and disturb the event.
Those causing the disturbance were apparently angered by signs bearing the words, There is a Future the name of a new political party started by journalist Yair Lapid. They accused the Tel Aviv Museum protest organizers of attempting to use the social justice movement for their own political ends.
MK Yuval Zellner (Kadima), who spoke at the Tel Aviv Museum rally, claimed that the low turnout showed how necessary the protest movement is. The small crowd is evidence of the despair the middle class feels over the governments weak, ingratiating policy, he said.
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If Israel is anything like here, social justice is only a code phrase for communism anyway!
Basically, yes. Unlike America, though, communists have actually been in power here before (Mapai). Consequently, though, the Middle Class isn’t really interested.
Sometimes brilliant people are the stupidest people around.
The small crowd is evidence of the despair the middle class feels over the governments weak, ingratiating policy,
Would the government having a strong ingratiating
policy cure the dispair?
How about a weak policy that p@#$es everyone and their mother off? Would that do it;-?
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