Last Saturday’s Day of Rage flop was barely worth noting once or twice, let alone three times. But making fun of moonbats is so fun, it’s hard to let this go. We’ve already seen Urban Infidel‘s excellent photojournalism from New York, but Zombie has collected photos that also include two other key flashpoints of the planned countercapitalist revolution: San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Thanks to massive hype, a herd of 90 moonbats turned up in San Francisco, including this menacing anarchist:
The event in Los Angeles was more successful, drawing thousands. The only problem: almost all of them were there to celebrate Hispanic heritage. Zombie explains:
The Los Angeles Day of Rage crew made the peculiar decision to hold their event in the city’s Olvera Street, the touristy Mexican-themed pedestrian marketplace near the site of the original Spanish settlement. Despite all the promotional hoopla, a completely humiliating 20 people showed up.
But none of the organizers bothered to find out in advance that September 17 was Fiestas Patrias on Olvera Street, “the largest Mexican Independence Day celebration in the State of California at the birthplace of Los Angeles; Placita Olvera. 200,000 attendees expected.” Oooooooooops!
Since virtually nothing happened in SF or LA, let’s go back to New York for a couple more moonbats:
Even if the ballyhooed Day of Rage drew minimal participation, it could have marked a key moment for the Left. Zombie notes that the rocky marriage between Marxists who want Obama-style authoritarian hyper-centralization and anarchists who want Stone Age-style de-centralization may be breaking up over their inability to come up with a unified message.
It could also mark a key moment by proving that after nearly 3 years of Obamunism, support for hard left ideology is plummeting toward zero.
Tip from The Only Other Conservative in Seattle.