Age of Obama: The International Protest

Ethel C. Fenig
The New Age of Obama internationalism has begun.

In San Francisco naturally. 
 
According to the managers of a mall in San Francisco, about 75 destructive protesters participated in a Solidarity with Greek Uprising protest.  The criminals
 
stormed a bustling San Francisco mall Saturday evening, upending garbage cans and foliage and damaging crystal merchandise at one kiosk.

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"It felt like random, vague anarchy," said Sam Cantrell, who sells sunglasses at a kiosk near the escalators on the street level where the protesters gathered.

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"Everyone's yelling," he said. "Some people started running up the escalator the wrong way. People were grabbing their babies and running away in fear." (snip)

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"They made a mess," said Monica Yuen, owner of San Francisco Glass Works, a kiosk selling delicate imported crystal earrings, bracelets and other jewelry.

"I had a lot of jewelry on the top shelves that got smashed," she said. "They threw a big sign at it. I think some of it was stolen. I was crying and shaking."

This return of a kinder America to the international scene is sure to impress our international allies and win us new friends abroad. 

The New Age of Obama internationalism has begun.

In San Francisco naturally. 
 
According to the managers of a mall in San Francisco, about 75 destructive protesters participated in a Solidarity with Greek Uprising protest.  The criminals
 
stormed a bustling San Francisco mall Saturday evening, upending garbage cans and foliage and damaging crystal merchandise at one kiosk.

(snip)

"It felt like random, vague anarchy," said Sam Cantrell, who sells sunglasses at a kiosk near the escalators on the street level where the protesters gathered.

(snip)

"Everyone's yelling," he said. "Some people started running up the escalator the wrong way. People were grabbing their babies and running away in fear." (snip)

(snip)

"They made a mess," said Monica Yuen, owner of San Francisco Glass Works, a kiosk selling delicate imported crystal earrings, bracelets and other jewelry.

"I had a lot of jewelry on the top shelves that got smashed," she said. "They threw a big sign at it. I think some of it was stolen. I was crying and shaking."

This return of a kinder America to the international scene is sure to impress our international allies and win us new friends abroad.