No justice, no quiche?

Over the weekend the #BlackLivesMatter activists barged into many Manhattan and Bay Area eateries as diners were trying to enjoy brunch.  Needless to say, the demonstrations were not seen as particularly effective by the diners.

Of course, these events generated a Twitter hashtag, #blackbrunchnyc.  The pushback was pretty harsh.

As some tweets noted, during the Civil Rights protests over half a century ago, demonstrators politely demanded service at a Woolworth lunch counter in the heart of KKK country.  Now they are rudely disrupting genteel liberals trying to eat waffles and muffins in some of the world's most liberal enclaves.  Not only isn't the whole world watching anymore, but the few who are paying attention often find good reason to ROTFLMAO.  Along those lines, Instapundit commenter LeatherPenguin provided a pithy summary of just how far civil rights protests have fallen of late.

"NO JUSTICE, NO QUICHE!"

I can picture that on a bumper sticker to be placed next to the classic Visualize Whirled Peas sticker, which mocked the naive sloganeering of the anti-nuclear arms demonstrations of the '80s to early '90s.

Over the weekend the #BlackLivesMatter activists barged into many Manhattan and Bay Area eateries as diners were trying to enjoy brunch.  Needless to say, the demonstrations were not seen as particularly effective by the diners.

Of course, these events generated a Twitter hashtag, #blackbrunchnyc.  The pushback was pretty harsh.

(via U.K. Daily Mail)

As some tweets noted, during the Civil Rights protests over half a century ago, demonstrators politely demanded service at a Woolworth lunch counter in the heart of KKK country.  Now they are rudely disrupting genteel liberals trying to eat waffles and muffins in some of the world's most liberal enclaves.  Not only isn't the whole world watching anymore, but the few who are paying attention often find good reason to ROTFLMAO.  Along those lines, Instapundit commenter LeatherPenguin provided a pithy summary of just how far civil rights protests have fallen of late.

"NO JUSTICE, NO QUICHE!"

I can picture that on a bumper sticker to be placed next to the classic Visualize Whirled Peas sticker, which mocked the naive sloganeering of the anti-nuclear arms demonstrations of the '80s to early '90s.