Why are lefties protesting Trump?

It’s nice to see ones capable of forming a sentence, other than reeee.

from leftist-daily-reminders.tumblr.com/post/155208709988/how-is-a-general-strike-effective-as-a-protest

By not working, not attending classes, and refusing to consume or buy anything, you are making a statement that you reject your current material conditions. If a strike of large enough scope is achieved, it will remind the ruling class and the working class who the driving force of the system really is (the workers, since without them the wheels can’t turn), and would act as the opening salvo of a larger resistance movement. A general strike on January 20 won’t stop Trump from being President or topple capitalism – but it will create a symbol for people to rally behind, build momentum for the larger resistance, and rob Trump’s inauguration of all dignity and legitimacy.

>implying management isn’t a skilled form of labour

The big spanner in Communism.

If anyone could start a factory and run it successfully, the workers would just start their own. But that’s capitalism, isn’t it, kids?

Instead, it looks like adult babies are throwing their rattle out the pram because they didn’t get their way. Securing Trump a second term from anyone who actually has to go to work, and can’t afford to protest democracy with a mob. Protesting is a mob action. It’s anti-democratic, because why is your group any more deserving of an opinion? That’s the issue with modern leftism.

Also, robots.


It’s impossible to strike a job you don’t have.

It’s impossible to strike a job taken overseas, locally.

It’s impossible to run a strike of citizens with illegals.

It’s impossible for the low IQ to have any kind of employment prospects in the coming high IQ future of society. Someone’s getting fucked. Punch your Trump card now and save yourselves.

shrug lol toldyaso fuck you bateman


You overplayed the best possible hand.

Classic liberals committed cultural suicide and now they’re going down after it.
You got what you wanted, idiots. China is rubbing its hands. India switching on its global IT division. All cos you wanted to be lazy, a little more time off and a little more pay. Ironically, you won’t retire now. Ever.

You have a right to the fruit of your labour. There is no transfer of property than productivity.

You are signing a permit to use the machines to provide a fixed outcome, aka employment contract. You do not own the machines. The person who purchased them, owns the machines. Engels never got rid of his factories, did he?

If you urinate in a public park, you do not own the park.
If you use a computer in the library, you do not own the library.
If you work a machine, you do not own the factory.

Property is 9/10 of the law, retards.

What you describe is technically rape, also a civil matter in the definition of theft, the forcible seizure of property. As for the criminal, if there is no property, there is no crime such as rape, since we own our bodies, primarily, including our labour.

Muslim woman attends anti-Muslim demo


Apparently not incitement because she’s brown?
Apparently provoking people, recording and mocking them online and violating their freedom of association is okay if you aren’t white.

The rabbits really don’t know what happens if they mock the wrong person, do they?


But when something eventually happens (but taking random photos of women in public makes it okay to attack the creep?!?! – yes it does btw) they won’t blame the agitators going to a demo where they know they aren’t welcome, nope, the people blamed will be all the non-violent ones who just wanted a peaceful protest away from the triggered.

ugh why no please stop god kill me now rdj tony stark

The trouble follows them.

Video: Dear White people (of Black Lives Matter)

This whole thing is stupid. Not the video, the frame.

No, the same people who push abortion, don’t get to say ANY lives matter.
If a baby’s life doesn’t matter, a pure innocent in every way, certainly no adult does.
Typical Millennial scum refusing responsibility.

And it begs the question most people never ask: matter to whom?
To their parents?
No. Or they wouldn’t turn to crime. Ironically, the abortion spikes are the recognized reason in criminology that violent crime has gone down from what would be expected. I endorse r-type abortion for this reason, they have no maternal instinct whatsoever, why should we pay for their ‘mistake’.
To society?
No. White people in particular are often told society hates us, we are evil incarnate and we should stay away from everything. We don’t owe anything. We’re staying away, like you told us too. I’m sure black people don’t need white people to swoop in and solve their problems, that would be like, racism or something.
They’re collectivists, aren’t they? These “protesters”?
Are they saying they should matter: To all of us?
How the fuck does that work? (it doesn’t, or we aren’t free)
They’re adults. I don’t owe them sympathy, let alone something more.
They’re in the same boat as the rest of us. Get it together or fuck off. Why should I put my life ahead of yours, when I’ve followed the rules, the laws and done everything right, while you did the opposite and get rewarded for it?

I’m not playing, fam. 

Here’s the brutal truth: most people are unimportant.
Odds are, we won’t be special snowflakes. History will forget us.
Most Lives Don’t Matter. 

This is enforced at every level.
War. Poverty. Crime.
A life’s only objective value without proving its own worth, can be calculated by the sum total of your healthy organs viable for donation.
Your life has a dollar value.
Suck it up, buttercup.

The European Civil War, Elites v The People


Europe is in a state of war: specifically, a civil war between the self-appointed elites who have destroyed much of the continent’s freedom, culture and prosperity and the insurgent populations they have deceived and enslaved. This is a war to the death; only one side can survive the outcome.

Try, as they say in the modern argot, to get your head round this. The people of Germany, like those of many other European countries, are feeling increasingly desperate about the imposition upon them of mass immigration – an inflow that is unending and which is largely composed of Muslims who are hostile to Christianity and the indigenous culture….

This makes the political situation transparent.
Your rulers are traitors. They serve a supranational ideology.
In these situations, the mob prevails. But which mob?

PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against Islamisation of the West) have 15,000 supporters marching in Germany

“For the future of our children” banner.


Frustrated with the German government, a grand coalition of centrist parties that has engineered an explosion in asylum applications and refused to debate the merits of mass immigration, ordinary German citizens have taken to using the slogans and methods last used by their own dissenting parents in the eastern city.

Slogans such as “we are the people”, and taking massive synchronised ‘evening strolls’ rather than going on protest marches were techniques used by citizen objectors during the dying days of the Communist era in Eastern Germany, as well as other Soviet bloc nations. In Communist Poland thousands would take to the streets for leisurely strolls as the government-controlled evening television news came on during the period of martial-law in the 1980’s. They are now being dusted off again.

The protest marches were started by Lutz Bachmann, who claims to be a non-political patriotic European, after a series of violent street battles between extremist Salafist Muslims and Kurds in October. Breitbart London reported the extraordinary scenes as thousands clashed violently in Berlin, Hamburg, Bremen, Hannover, Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Münster, Frankfurt, and Stuttgart over grievances imported from the Middle East.

Shots were reported to have been fired over the course of the disturbances, and weapons including guns, knives, brass knuckles, iron bars, a machete and even kebab skewers were recovered by police during the riots.

Despite being a non-violent reaction to these events, the PEGIDA movement has been dismissed by left-wing members of the government as “nazis in pinstripes”. The protests in Dresden have been met by counter-demonstrations egged on by the government, indeed calling the march a “disgrace” Justice Minister Heiko Maas called for a “broad counter-movement embracing civil society and all political parties” to oppose them.

The variety of banners and comments by marchers reflect the way the movement has also come to encompass a broader variety of concerns, rather than just massive street violence by “ISIS terrorist Militias” in German cities. The Guardian reports the comment of one ‘middle aged’ woman who said she was walking with PEGIDA because “asylum seekers in Germany have expensive mobile phones, while I cannot afford such luxury and others still cannot afford to eat properly”.

I have heard similar stories in Britain.

Although Germany has been paralysed by it’s past for decades, the PEGIDA movement appears to be sparking debate for the first time on matters such as extremism, religion, and immigration for the first time since the war.

Banners included slogans such as “Against Religious Fanaticism”, “daring to tell truth”, and “Christian Dresden welcomes PEGIDA”. One woman told news crews: “I’m here because I’m worried about my country, I’m worried about my granddaughter. But I’m not xenophobic – refugees are welcome, but I don’t like economic migrants”.

Who wants to break it to her they’re the same thing?
Refugees never want to go anywhere poor.

Although the protests have been criticised by the main German parties, insurgent political force Alternative fur Deutschand (AfD) have expressed sympathy and support. Their leader of the party, which has been compared to the Tea Party or UKIP, Bernd Lucke said: “The greatest part of them are legitimate demands”.

An announcement by the group this morning stated the next march would take the form of a massive Christmas carol sing-a-long in Dresden’s Theatre Square on Monday. Entitled ‘Christmas With Pegida’, the invitation was extended to over 67,000 Facebook followers.

A German version of this;

“Stop Islam!” protests sweep Germany


A new type of anti-immigration protest is sweeping across Germany, as thousands take to the streets against what they say is the growing “Islamisation” of the country.

The new protests, which began in the city of Dresden in the former East Germany, feature no neo-Nazi slogans and have nothing to do with the traditional far right.

Instead the demonstrators have adopted the old rallying call of the protests against the East German communist regime that brought down the Berlin Wall 25 years ago, “Wir sind das Volk”, or “We are the people”. They say they want to preserve Germany’s Judeo-Christian Western culture.

The protests come as Bavaria’s ruling Christian Social Union (CSU) is seeking to distance itself from a draft proposal for its party conference which said that immigrants should speak German not only in public, but at home as well.

Germany is now the second most popular destination in the world for migrants, after the US, and the country is struggling to cope with an unprecedented influx of asylum-seekers.

While Angela Merkel’s government has made clear it will block any attempt by David Cameron to curtail freedom of movement within the EU, the German debate over immigration has focused on those coming from outside the bloc, and on Muslims in particular.

Thousands have defied sub-zero temperatures to join weekly marches each Monday in Dresden under the banner of Patriotic Europeans against the Islamisation of Europe, or Pegida.

The protests were started by a local man, Lutz Bachmann, with no background in politics. When he called his first demonstration in October, only a few hundred turned up, but the movement has snowballed, and last week 7,500 came.

Pegida has inspired similar movements across Germany. Though the numbers have not been as high as in Dresden so far, marches have been called in cities from Düsseldorf to Munich.

Demonstrations against Muslim immigration in Cologne earlier this year turned violent, but unlike the far-right groups and self-proclaimed “hooligans” behind those protests, Pegida insists its movement is peaceful.

It has run into opposition, though: last week a counter-demonstration by around 1,000 people succeeded in blocking Pegida’s way through Dresden, and in the city of Kassel, counter-demonstrators actually outnumbered those who marched against immigrants.

Critics contend that known neo-Nazis have infiltrated the protests, while Mr Bachmann, who has called for “zero tolerance for criminal immigrants”, was forced to acknowledge he “has a past”, after a local newspaper reported he has a lengthy criminal record of his own, including convictions for burglary and drug-dealing.

He has been at pains to stress that he is not opposed to genuine political refugees, only to economic migrants who “take advantage” of the German system, and has no problem with Islam but is worried about erosion of German culture.

Concerns for the German culture plunged Bavaria’s ruling CSU into its own controversy, after a draft proposal for the opening motion at the party conference called for immigrants to speak German at home.

“Whoever wants to live here permanently should be encouraged to speak German in public and within the family,” the draft said.

After a storm of criticism, including the Twitter hashtag YallaCSU, Arabic for “Let’s go, CSU”, and questions over how such a policy could possibly be enforced, Andreas Scheuer, the party’s general secretary, sought to limit the damage.

The proposal was only ever intended as “encouragement”, he said. “Obligation, nannying or control are out of the question.”

German unrest from Muslim immigration and calls for Caliphate


A march in Frankfurt last weekend left no doubt as to the concerns of the protestors despite only involving around 50 people, according to a report in German newspaper Die Welt.

“We will return the Salafists (jihadis) to where they belong” cry the organisers.

For several months now, the authorities in Germany have seen more and more groups spring up, particularly in urban areas. The ‘common enemy’ as they call extreme Islam, has united previously hostile gangs; at a demonstration in Mannheim at the end of September, members of groups from Frankfurt and Stuttgart joined in the protest. The goal of ‘eradicating jihadis’ is uniting these groups, where hooliganism had seen a decline.

“These groups use the currently very popular anti-Islamic ticket to perpetuate their cynical world view” says Robert Fanforscher Claus from the University of Hanover. And social media and the internet are providing these groups with opportunities to spread their message which was previously denied to them.

Considering IS and Caliphate and Sharia Law are foreign, legal interlopers to European democracy, aren’t they protesting against treason?

You know, this doesn’t surprise me, I’ve been hearing about this for years.