Wednesday, February 22, 2017

A Call To Preserve PEACEFUL Protest

A Call To Preserve PEACEFUL Protest

Peaceful protest has always been a big part of democracy in America. We are guaranteed freedom of speech and assembly by our constitution. These rights are considered by our laws to be gifts from God, not government. However, governments being what they are, our founding fathers felt the need to spell out these rights in order to protect them.

Sadly, there are always people who will abuse every right to the point of endangering the rights of others. Such is the case with violent protests. Whereas protests have normally been a representation of the communities in which they occur, they have become mobile, mercenary events moving from city to city and representing the desires of the super-rich who can afford to pay armies of protesters and transport them. Even foreigners are funding protests in America these days. Since these protesters are from out-of-town, they have no ties to the area where such protests are staged and are given to vandalism, looting and violence. These protests are designed to deliberately promote anarchy and lawlessness in America. Their dangerous behavior also stifles the locals from voicing their opinions for fear of losing life and limb.

Therefore, I ask our elected representatives in Washington to make it a felony to protest for pay, a felony for one person or organization, either directly or indirectly,to pay another person to protest and a felony to pay for the transportation of others to a protest UNLESS those individuals are personally acquainted.

Peaceful protest must be protected; anarchy must be squashed.

(Please repost the heck out of this and send a copy to the folks in Washington, including the president. Better yet, write your own letter.)


Tim Shey said...

Whenever I look at these protesters on TV, I always ask: don't they have a job to go to so that they can earn a living and pay for rent, groceries, etc?

I read somewhere that some of the protesters that marched on President's Day were fired from their jobs. That's a step in the right direction.

Harry Flashman said...

That's a well written letter. I think as things get worse in this regard, the new government will deal with violent protests as they deserve. Pay them in their own coin. I sincerely hope so.

Caddie said...

"pay armies of protesters and transport them" - I didn't have a clue about all this those UNHAPPYs do have a paying job - as Rabble Rouser. Hang 'em high!

Gorges Smythe said...

Serves them right, TS.

I think it's starting to happen already, Harry.

Yeah, Caddie, they're nearly all Soros employees.