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Sep 20 2011

Final Word on Day of Rage Farce

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:

Yoda’s older brother took the wrong path.

A spoilt suburban brat raises a righteous fist against capitalist infidels.

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.

20 Responses to “Final Word on Day of Rage Farce”

  1. RKae says:

    The thing I don’t get about anarchists:

    You wanna be an anarchist – go ahead. Just wander out into the woods and go live there. Who’s stopping you? How does it wreck your day if the rest of us want to live in a community and live by rules and laws?

  2. Sam Adams says:

    That’s a good point, RKae. Of course Anarchists aren’t happy to live without a government by themselves….they want to force their totalitarian ideology on everyone else.

    BTW, how happy I am that the anarchists have chosen to cover their faces. In the “back to earth” future that they envision, personal hygiene and regular dental care are probably not high on their list of concerns.

  3. last conservative in Vermont says:

    LMAO @ yoda’s older brother!! Love It!!!

  4. Reba says:

    If they are so proud of what they are doing why do they always cover their faces ??? So their Mommy & Daddys don’t see them & cut off their funding, because they are supposed to be in school OR they are teachers & they don’t want their students to see them ?? I personally always found that strange,if you beleive in something MAN up & show your face.Cowards hide!!!!!

  5. Roflcoper down says:

    At least the guy is bein honest about what he wants to do…

  6. Roflcoper down says:

    What if the “have spoons will travel” guy mated with the pot smoking, star of David necklace wearing, peace sign man purse toting father of yoda guy?

  7. Adam says:

    “If they are so proud of what they are doing why do they always cover their faces ??? So their Mommy & Daddys don’t see them & cut off their funding?”
    You got it!
    Another reason why they always cover their faces is because, considering that they want to engage in violence and crime but are too cowardly to run the risk of getting arrested, they figure that covering their faces will make it harder for cops to identify and arrest them when they try and pick a fight with cops or start throwing bricks through storefront windows.
    As for the unfortunate (For them, at least) timing of the L.A. demonstration, a certain animated character says about all that is needed to be said:

  8. AC says:

    That anarchist appears to be enjoying his corporate soda. I wonder what he’ll drink if his Marxist comrades reduce us to drawing up mucky, sustainable well water by hand.

  9. TED says:

    This ought to tee off the libtards, but THIS IS the answer…

    The Israelis are developing an airport security device that eliminates the privacy concerns that come with full-body scanners.

    It’s an armored booth you step into that will not X-ray you, but will detonate any explosive device you may have on your person.

    Israel sees this as a win-win situation for everyone, with none of this crap about racial profiling.

    It will also eliminate the costs of long and expensive trials. You’re in the airport terminal and you hear a muffled explosion. Shortly thereafter, an announcement: “Attention to all standby passengers, we now have a seat available on flight 670 to London. Shalom!”

  10. Henry says:

    AC, that’s not soda. It’s a bottle of urine to throw on the pigs doing the bidding of the fascist corporations to suppress the freedom fighters trying to free the people from the bonds of capitalistic slavery.


  11. Bob Roberts says:

    The first and last guys too chicken to show their faces. They probably would be ID’d and arrested for other crimes they’ve committed. The sad thing is these people have the time to do this because they’re on some form of welfare and aren’t carrying their own weight – letting others support and pay for them. That’s pretty sad.

    As AC (and perhaps others – haven’t read all the comments) the first question I ask anti-corporate anarchists is if they have a computer (made by a corporation) a car or any type of transportation (even a bike) or if they use public transportation (all means of transportation are made by some company/corporation) and other questions like that. I point out that they’re hypocrites – they are so dependent on corporations, the same corporations they say are evil and that they want to destroy. It’s people like them, though, that would suffer the most if they succeeded – the problem is many of the rest of us would suffer as well.

  12. Bob Roberts says:

    @ Ted, who said:

    “It’s an armored booth you step into that will not X-ray you, but will detonate any explosive device you may have on your person.”
    What if they use a binary system where they bring inert stuff in then mix it and create the explosive…

    But yeah, if you assume the armored box will fully contain the explosion and prevent even overpressure from affecting the rest of the folks in the terminal, that’s a good deal. But what do they do to make the stuff explode – beam potentially harmful RF or other energy into the box? Do you have a link to details about such systems?

  13. chuck in st paul says:

    Do any of these ass biscuits have a job?? and of any of them that do, how many involve a job not requiring memorizing, “Would you like fries with that sir?”

    Between the welfare cheats and the basement trolls I only see a scattering of fluff headed suburbanite brats (also unemployed, but sucking off mom and dad).

  14. KHarn says:

    Even with the RAGS on those two’s faces, I could see the baby fat and pimples.

    And to the people who were having a good time while “spreading the wealth” through an honest customer/dealer relationship, I say “OLE` AMIGOS!”.

  15. Spurwing Plover says:

    I wonder how they now feel that they didnt get the thousands they were boasting of? And i hope that hooded wacko tries to beat someone who kicks his sorry little butthole

  16. Right Reason says:

    I suggest that “Day of Rage” be followed, very quickly, by “Days of Taking a Bath and Getting a Haircut.”

  17. Cameraman says:

    Maggot infested little Pukes, need to have their ass put into conscripted service like we Did..Grow the hell up and Contribute to Society…

  18. Son of Taz says:

    @Cameraman, good idea but I don’t want to pollute the services that have flourished with top quality volunteers. Let them be conscripted into a service that sweeps the streets, cleans the water treatment and sewer plants and generally picks up the sh*t.

    They are all sh*t anyway, so it’ll be a match made in Heaven.

  19. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Ed Schultz said they were average Americans, just like him.
    Bye gosh, he wasn’t lying.

  20. James McEnanly says:

    To quote Shakespeare, “Much ado about nothing”, also “…Idol of idiot worshipers”, Troilus and Cressida
    Act V. Scene I.

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