March 8, 2017. Noon. 59th and Fifth avenue. Part 1 link here. The crowd was jammed around the stage, from all sides — no elbow room, sightlines poor. A Day Without a Woman Strike. Obscenely popular.
Amidst a sea of Red and PINK, a lot of foolish women worshiping at the altar of sharia-loving feminazis like Linda Sarsour. SAD. Cameras on all sides struggling to get a shot of Sarsour, whose pursuit of public office, Brooklyn Borough President or even Mayor of New York City, looks more and more probable. They worship her. The Anti-Trump Women’s Movement Teams Up With Islamist Terrorist Linda Sarsour, Islamist apologist and activist, a supporter of shariah law. Catching her speech, recording it, was high on my bucket list. Sarsour always needs to be heard, not just seen.
Had a difficult time filming Sarsour, photographers crowded so tightly at the front of the stage, but what matters … you hear every bloody word.
The gist is, Republicans — bad. Some men — always bad, like melanin-challenged Republicans, which makes, of course, America Bad. After a couple of other speakers, I moved on. Forgetting there was a ‘march’ on the books. I focused on the crowd. By now it had swelled from 59th to 58th and across the avenue into Grand Army Plaza.
I wound up missing phase two: THE MARCH. Around 1:30 the sharia-compliant feminazis marched arm-in-arm to Trump International Tower. Blocking the streets, were Sarsour and approximately 12 of her minions [see Womens March Team Bios].
They staged an arrest – see womens’ march twitter feed coming from INSIDE the paddy wagon. Hard times? Really? I think not.
(LINKS below of more arrest coverage)
Huff Po : Organizers Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez and Linda Sarsour, co-chairs of January’s Women’s March on Washington, emerged from a police precinct exhausted but optimistic, greeted by a couple dozen activists who had waited to give them food and support. Police said 13 people were arrested. Also, Women’s March co-chair “Bob” Bland.
Back to the speakers portion of the protest/rally. I heard not a critical word from Sarsour or her comrade sisters-in-arms (such as Faiza Ali, who spoke as well) about the horrors of Sharia Law.
No one mentioned the INTERNATIONAL, GLOBAL abuses in ISLAMIC countries; heaped on women, children, homosexuals (lesbians) trans- genders
PLAYLIST 3 short VIDEOS
Excerpted transcription from one video:
Hey, New York, whats-up? […. ] I stand before you as a girl from Brooklyn and Staten Island, NY. (cheers) […] Trump does not have respect for women but he also doesn’t know the POWER of women. Despite ATTEMPTS by Trump and Republicans to diminish women, we know our value and we know that America does not function without us. (cheers) We know that this GLOBE doesn’t function without us.
Two years ago when I visited Palestine, I had a woman tell me that women will be the leaders of the revolution because we’ve (??) half the population and we ARE half the population. (cheers)
Today I strike for every woman, who like me, couldn’t pull together enough money to afford college and had to work a 9 to 5 job and a retail job. Or went in to massive debt because they had to pay to go to college.
I strike for every incarcerated (women) out there, because women are the fastest growing population behind bars and “enough is enough”.
I strike for every woman and every family torn apart by deportation. And for every (women) [??] that we are less than men.
I strike for trans-women who keep on being murdered on our streets and I. Have. Said. ENOUGH! There is a massive resistance movement that is growing. We are a part of it. But, we need to put our bodies on [??]
We need to stand, to stand-up for black women. We need to stand-up for Palestinian women. We need to stand-up for Southeast Asian women. We need to stand for ALL women. (CHEERS) Because equal pay is not just equal pay for white women (I love ya’ll) But, equal pay should be equal pay for ALL of us. And we should not go to sleep knowing that we can go home and [??]
So I leave you with this song. [Sarsour joins singing] “Ain’t gonna let know body turn us around. Turn us around. Turn us around. Ain’t gonna let nobody turn us around. We gonna keep on a-walkin’, keep on ta-alkin’, marchin’ on to Freedom Land.” Thank you, New York.
Nope. It’s all about this country. America: Bad. America, where Individualism Rules (for now) Even obscenity is OKAY. (for now)America, a country where these privileged educated women can rant, without FEAR, about their imagined enemies. Spewing their fantastical version of abuse, while ignoring the real enemy of women, children AND men- of the free world: Islamic Global Terror . The CRICKETS were very LOUD
IF ONLY- they understood and cherished the country they live in. Where their white privileged daughters will have the same GOOD life as their privileged mothers. (As long as there is No Sharia Law allowed here.)
The next Generation will suffer? WHY?
Fools and Tools, are free to be you and me. No HUMAN RIGHTS denied compliments of U.S. More signs to see in Flickr Slide Show
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