26
Jun
10

“Economic Justice” Protesters Burn Toronto

Once again, the extreme left has taken to the streets to engage in wanton destruction in the name of some self-righteous cause or another:

Thousands of protesters took over the streets of downtown Toronto on Saturday as isolated groups of demonstrators burned police cars, smashed windows and confronted riot police.

[…]

Earlier, demonstrators broke the windows of dozens of businesses, including a Scotiabank, CIBC, a McDonald’s and a Starbucks. Protesters threw bricks at a CBC van, breaking its windows. TTC streetcars were abandoned on Queen Street and two were spraypainted with anti-summit graffiti and anarchy symbols.

Predictably, the protesters are portraying things in a somewhat different light:

Friends, comrades, and allies’ are being detained. Homes have been raided, people have been snatched, and arrested in the streets. At least [#] [sic] of our allies are being held at 629 Eastern Ave, at a film studio that has bee converted into a temporary prison for G8/G20 those resisting the G8/G20.

We need to show our comrades and friends that we support each other, and show that we can’t be divided by fear.

Good thing those “[#]” protesters weren’t protesting government spending, or anything racist like that. Can you imagine what the media reaction would be if “Tea Party” types organized large-scale mob violence on public websites? Ahh, but they’re not pursuing “economic justice,” are they?

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