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Apr 09 2012

San Francisco Freakshow

Earlier this month, a mob of San Francisco Occucommies were escorted by the SFPD to a building owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese, which the smelly collectivist horde proceeded to break into and seize control of, declaring it to be the San Francisco Commune. Fund47 provides an eye witness report far more accurate than anything you will get from the establishment media. The accompanying photos make it clear what Americans are up against as the leftist enemy within drags us down toward societal collapse. A few examples:

Honoring the collectivist tyrant with the highest body count in human history.

At least they have someone to vote for.

It’s getting weird out there.

You have a right to force someone else to pay for your home.

Obama et al. have found a useful tool.

On tips from Larry in SF and Zombie.

14 Responses to “San Francisco Freakshow”

  1. Zim says:

    Housing is a right? You mean I’ve been paying my mortgage for 25 years and I didn’t have to? Someone else would pay it? Can I get a refund?

  2. Chris in N.Va. says:

    Might I suggest occupying the little wooden house out back, with the moon cut-out on the door?

  3. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Obviously, when denizens escape from here, they head to San Francisco.
    Enjoy! 😉

  4. JNN says:

    Here is one way to end all of these demands for “rights”. Attach work requirements to the legislation. If govt. gives you a home then you HAVE to work where govt. tell you to work. Step 3, make them work the worst jobs possible.

  5. StanInTexas says:

    All of the demands for RIGHT all have one thing in common, they NEVER mention the responsibilities that must go with those rights.

    The want the RIGHT of citizenship, with none of the responsibilities. Also voting. Now that want the RIGHT of home ownership? And how do they get that RIGHT? By making someone else pay for your house?

    If you are not willing to accept the responsibilities, then you do not get the rights.

  6. SNuss says:

    Chris in N.Va. says: April 9, 2012 at 7:39 am

    “Might I suggest occupying the little wooden house out back, with the moon cut-out on the door?”

    You mean the basement apartment, don’t you, Chris?

  7. Paulster says:

    To the left, “responsibility” is a four letter word.

  8. Nathaniel M says:

    And of COURSE they trashed the place and sprayed graffiti everywhere.

    Par for the course. I’m sure the neighbors had their living conditions elevated for the days Crapifie SF moved in to that building. Do they even know what “Forgive our trespasses” means? Snort!

  9. Nathaniel M says:

    Oh and here’s your typical Guy Fawkes mask wearin’ OccuTwat at that protest….holding his iPad. F’n classic:

  10. Joe says:

    Sure loser. You have the RIGHT to a house. You have the RIGHT to work for years to save up enough for a down payment(like I did). Then you have the RIGHT to put that money down on the house of your choice(like I did). Then you have the RIGHT to get a mortgage to finance the rest of the purchase price(like I did). Then you have the RIGHT to make your payments to the mortgage company each month(like I do). This is the way normal people do it. Anything else is just fucking stupid. Don’t expect me to help you get a house. Do it like I did or live in a carboard box under a freeway overpass. Have a nice day.

  11. TimK says:

    Am I the only one disturbed by the ubiquitous mask? You know you’re in trouble when they feel it necessary to cover their faces.

    Wasn’t there a federal ruling from the despicable KKK marches in Skokie that it wasn’t a violation of the 1st amendment to require protesters to show their faces?

  12. Adam says:

    TimK, I think there are three reasons why they wear the masks or those stupid bandanas over their faces:
    1. Obviously, to make it tougher for police to recognize and arrest them when they engage in their acts of vandalism, violence, and general lawlessness (They may love acting like wild animals, but there’s nothing they hate more than having to face the consequences of their actions).
    2. Somewhat similar to reason #1, they don’t want to run the risk of their rich parents seeing them in news footage of the protests, recognizing them, and cutting off their trust funds.
    3. They are embarassed to reveal how hideously rotted their teeth are due to a combination of poor dental hygiene and meth- mouth.

    With the Guy Fawkes masks, while they do evoke some uncomfortable similarities to the KKK, I find them more funny than menacing, as it reveals how idiotic and hypocritical they are.
    1. They are protesting the “evils” of capitalism while wearing plastic, mass- produced masks, made in a factory in China by poorly- paid workers operating under slave- labor conditions, and distributed as merchandise for a big- budget Hollywood movie. It’s made even more hilariously hypocritical when, as Nathaniel notes, the “Protestors” are decked out with iPads, laptops, and other mass- produced electronics.
    2. The movie’s portrayal of Guy Fawkes was the worst case of revisionist history in a movie since ‘The Birth of a Nation.’ In the movie, Guy Fawkes apparently wanted to blow up the Parliament building in the middle of the night as a harmless political statement to protest the “evils” of capitalism. In real life, Guy Fawkes wanted to blow up Parliament building in the middle of the day as a way to assassinate the Protestant King James I and all the members of both houses of Parliament all at once, as part of a larger plot to return England to the days when it was a Catholic theocracy, which is ironically the very form of government that the movie portrays as evil incarnate.
    The hypocrisy is strong with these ones, and the ignorance is even stronger.

  13. TimK says:

    Adam, thank you for such a thoughtful and thorough reply.

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