The English Deal With Protesters The Right Way.

Robert Massimi.
Here in America it is usually ANTIFA, or some Soros paid group to hit and try to intimidate people trying to get to work. The English dragged these granola’s off the train and pumbled them. That is the way we should deal with protesters that are backed by the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and George Soros. Here in America it is the other way around. People on the right side of the law are getting hit, beaten and have things thrown at them.
In London today, these lefties received a beating that they will never forget for a very long time. Hard working people had enough of these left wing loons and as a result, they beat them up. My question is where do these lefties get the balls to stop commuters from going to work? Why is it the left always using violence?
I recall the Republican convention being in New York City. A women from out of town, with the Republican group was called a “bitch” and told to go home by a guy guy. If the shoe was on the other foot, it would be a hate crime, and be all over the news. This was barely mentioned in the press. Liberals who cannot hear anyone else’s stand point. Liberals always want to shut down free speech when it is not them speaking. Liberals from the hippie days thought they had the right to be as obnoxious as they like and have no consequences to it. ANTIFA is a violent group and must be met with counter violence. Groups such as ANTIFA are backed and paid by George Soros.
The U.S. needs to follow England’s lead and start pulverizing these lefties. The only way for these people to understand is by beating them senseless.Maybe then these left wing loons will learn and fast.
Read below:
POLITICS Angry Londoners Drag Climate Change Protesters From Roof of Train
Middle class virtue signalers met with little enthusiasm from working class commuters.

Published 1 min ago on 17 October, 2019Paul Joseph Watson138 Comments
Angry Londoners furious at having their lives disrupted dragged ‘Extinction Rebellion’ climate change protesters from the roof of a train this morning.

The incident happened at Canning Town Tube station, located in London’s poor east end – a particularly stupid venue for Extinction Rebellion activists to try to pull such a stunt.

One decidedly middle class looking protester climbed on top of the train but was pelted with objects before being dragged back down to the platform.

Holly Collins
@HollyJoCollins
Replying to @HollyJoCollins
Commuters now physically dragging protestors from the roof of the train. @itvlondon

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Almost immediately, another protester climbed on top of the train but was also pursued and dragged back down.

sid
@1968Sid69
Oh dear not middle class English people in Canning Town 😂😂😂

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London Underground staff had to intervene to prevent the protesters getting a substantial beating.

Another video shows commuters arguing with one of the protesters before forcing her to admit she’s a hypocrite.

Ian Miles Cheong

@stillgray
People of all cultures and races can unite in mutual disdain for Extinction Rebellion protesters who glue themselves to trains and make getting to work impossible (because they don’t work, unlike the rest of us).

In the words of @willchamberlain, “Jail.”

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Was a drama critic at Manhattan College. Wrote professionally for Bergen News, Sun Bulletin . Alpha Sigma Lambda, Beta Theta. Has seen over 600 shows worldwide, has published both on Theater and Politics. Avid reader on many subjects and writers. Chief Drama critic for Metropolitan magazine. Writes for Jerrick media, American conservative, The City Journal and Reason magazine. Has produced shows both on and off Broadway.

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