Funny how the assault on New York subway for free stuff sounds like the Democrat agenda

A disruptive attack by organized anarchist leftists on New York's subway public transit system Friday must have been enough to drive New Yorkers into thinking about getting back into their Ubers.

According to the New York Post:

Protests began early Friday morning. Walls and display screens at the Upper West Side’s 72nd Street B and C train station were marred with graffiti Friday around 7 a.m., cops said.

Just before 8 a.m., protesters strung a large black banner with the words, “F–k your $2.75. Fare strike today,” from the Oculus at the World Trade Center station, according to a video posted by the group. People could be heard clapping and cheering as the banner was unfurled.

Photos obtained by The Post also show anti-cop graffiti at the 155th Street C station. Police received reports of graffiti — as well as glue lining the MetroCard strips — at the 115th Street A/C station, the 145th Street A/C station, the 155th Street C train station, the 96th Street B/C station and Borough Hall station in Brooklyn, authorities said.

Meanwhile, Metro-North officials warned of dangerous rush-hour crowds at Grand Central Terminal as cop-hating radicals wreaked havoc on New York City’s subways ahead of a 5 p.m. “citywide convergence” at the transit hub.

Which is ironic, given that leftists have always been big champions of public transit over private cars. This vile attack is a very good reason for people to quit the subway, as if the bums, late trains, subway pushings, excrement, rats, and rude behavior weren't reason enough.

What's worse, the four-part organized assault on New York's subway system, calling for free transport, an end to security, and impunity for crimes, is coming from somewhere, there seems to be a lot of money being shoveled into such planning, and the group behind it, "Decolonize This Place" has a slick UX-friendly website complete with an operational manual , swag merchandise sales, professional handbills and posters, all offered as "downloadable materials," a press kit, and a slew of adoring media coverage from the likes of such street-news-loving sources such as the hoity toity New York Times.

Here's some downloadable materials:

Such cutesy graphics - for such a despicable planned act of organized terror. There's quite a bit of footage showing what that led to here.

Not exactly your average anarchist group. 

It's noteworthy because it's little different from what's in every Democratic presidential platform.

After all if education, health care, migration, and housing should all be utterly free and in government hands, as the Democrats tout, why shouldn't public transit, a puny thing in comparison, be free too? The large scale of the Democrat demands, compared to the small scale of New York public transit inadvertantly makes these maniacs look reasonable in comparison. 

And if crime should be "free" with "criminal justice reform" alongside no-bail laws, sanctuary city defiances, prosecutions for the cops, and "restorative justice," as the left advocates, why should cops exist at all on the subways? Let the women be groped in peace and the subway pushers push innocents undisturbed. Once again, it's the anarchists who by the small scale of their demands, actually look like the reasonable ones, compared to the Democrats, with their open-borders and zero law enforcement agenda.

Yet it's all the same thing.

I read a story not too long ago about how the leftward push of the Democratic platform is pretty much billionaire-driven because money is all that talks for Democrats. It might be the billionaires running for office, or it might be someone else.

If so, it raises questions as to whether the same billionaires funding and driving the Democratic platform left might just be the same people funding these subway creeps in New York.

Billionaires, after all, are the most rabid haters of President Trump, that parvenu, in their minds, who invaded their cossetted billionaire world and then "their" rigged political system. They hate him even more than the Hollywood crowd, and no surprise, a couple of them are now trying to take the Democratic nomination. And they also hate Trump's supporters, with their garages full of sports equipment even more.  Best to impoverish them to keep them from spending their money on things they might enjoy, as billionaire Michael Bloomberg once noted.

Someone's funding this subway anarchy calling for free stuff just as someone's funding the crazed leftward tilt of the Democrats with all their calls for free stuff. The similarities in demands are kind of striking.

Might it be the same people? It's a question that should be asked. 

 

A disruptive attack by organized anarchist leftists on New York's subway public transit system Friday must have been enough to drive New Yorkers into thinking about getting back into their Ubers.

According to the New York Post:

Protests began early Friday morning. Walls and display screens at the Upper West Side’s 72nd Street B and C train station were marred with graffiti Friday around 7 a.m., cops said.

Just before 8 a.m., protesters strung a large black banner with the words, “F–k your $2.75. Fare strike today,” from the Oculus at the World Trade Center station, according to a video posted by the group. People could be heard clapping and cheering as the banner was unfurled.

Photos obtained by The Post also show anti-cop graffiti at the 155th Street C station. Police received reports of graffiti — as well as glue lining the MetroCard strips — at the 115th Street A/C station, the 145th Street A/C station, the 155th Street C train station, the 96th Street B/C station and Borough Hall station in Brooklyn, authorities said.

Meanwhile, Metro-North officials warned of dangerous rush-hour crowds at Grand Central Terminal as cop-hating radicals wreaked havoc on New York City’s subways ahead of a 5 p.m. “citywide convergence” at the transit hub.

Which is ironic, given that leftists have always been big champions of public transit over private cars. This vile attack is a very good reason for people to quit the subway, as if the bums, late trains, subway pushings, excrement, rats, and rude behavior weren't reason enough.

What's worse, the four-part organized assault on New York's subway system, calling for free transport, an end to security, and impunity for crimes, is coming from somewhere, there seems to be a lot of money being shoveled into such planning, and the group behind it, "Decolonize This Place" has a slick UX-friendly website complete with an operational manual , swag merchandise sales, professional handbills and posters, all offered as "downloadable materials," a press kit, and a slew of adoring media coverage from the likes of such street-news-loving sources such as the hoity toity New York Times.

Here's some downloadable materials:

Such cutesy graphics - for such a despicable planned act of organized terror. There's quite a bit of footage showing what that led to here.

Not exactly your average anarchist group. 

It's noteworthy because it's little different from what's in every Democratic presidential platform.

After all if education, health care, migration, and housing should all be utterly free and in government hands, as the Democrats tout, why shouldn't public transit, a puny thing in comparison, be free too? The large scale of the Democrat demands, compared to the small scale of New York public transit inadvertantly makes these maniacs look reasonable in comparison. 

And if crime should be "free" with "criminal justice reform" alongside no-bail laws, sanctuary city defiances, prosecutions for the cops, and "restorative justice," as the left advocates, why should cops exist at all on the subways? Let the women be groped in peace and the subway pushers push innocents undisturbed. Once again, it's the anarchists who by the small scale of their demands, actually look like the reasonable ones, compared to the Democrats, with their open-borders and zero law enforcement agenda.

Yet it's all the same thing.

I read a story not too long ago about how the leftward push of the Democratic platform is pretty much billionaire-driven because money is all that talks for Democrats. It might be the billionaires running for office, or it might be someone else.

If so, it raises questions as to whether the same billionaires funding and driving the Democratic platform left might just be the same people funding these subway creeps in New York.

Billionaires, after all, are the most rabid haters of President Trump, that parvenu, in their minds, who invaded their cossetted billionaire world and then "their" rigged political system. They hate him even more than the Hollywood crowd, and no surprise, a couple of them are now trying to take the Democratic nomination. And they also hate Trump's supporters, with their garages full of sports equipment even more.  Best to impoverish them to keep them from spending their money on things they might enjoy, as billionaire Michael Bloomberg once noted.

Someone's funding this subway anarchy calling for free stuff just as someone's funding the crazed leftward tilt of the Democrats with all their calls for free stuff. The similarities in demands are kind of striking.

Might it be the same people? It's a question that should be asked.