G20: They’re NOT Protesters


Believe it or not, I’m an activist myself.  Particularity in the area of eugenics where I feel G20 “protesters” require immediate removal from the gene-pool.

Yet in hindsight, I guess the controversial spending on security for the G20 Summit in Toronto makes sense now that police cars have been set on fire, and anarchist hooligans are roaming the streets.  But despite media labeling, these are not protesters.  These are just common criminals.

When some dumb-ass gives a hypocritical peace-sign to riot cops just before launching a provoking attack just so they can have a story to post on Facebook, I quite frankly have no time for whatever “peace” they’re selling.  I merely want their face on the pavement with a dozen heavily caffeinated riot-cops teaching them some valuable life lessons.

Something about events like this…and sports…that brings out a certain segment of society that just wants to rape, pillage and destroy like a failed African state all in the name of bringing down the ironically labeled “corrupt” establishment.  For example, this fellow…

I just hope that he eventually gets the luxury of several rounds of rubber bullets to the groin.  He is a thug.  A criminal.  And whatever message he has to give I honestly don’t care to hear it because of that.

Here’s the final conclusion: We’ve forgotten how to protest effectively. Decent, proper and effective political change is merely overshadowed by this kind of criminal activity created by certain individuals who have NO idea what they’re even supposedly protesting in the first place.  They want to be like the protests in the 60’s and do it for the sake of fashion.  In doing so they have no heart, originality or purpose.

They are merely poseurs of their parents and grandparents.  A cheap rip-off.


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John Paul Parrot ( aka. The Dysfunctional Parrot ) is a disgruntled Systems Analyst who wanders the Canadian wastelands saving small villages with the power of Kung Fu.  His chair is also a little too close to the twenty year old microwave.  As you can well imagine, this has had certain side effects.

  • Conrad

    Yeah, they won't accomplish anything with this violent approach. I agree with their reasons but abhor their methods. A study of what the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr accomplished using a nonviolent approach would apparently be in order for these protestors.

  • Dysfunctional Parrot

    Good analogy with Dr. King. What these "protesters" accomplished can be summed up in one word…nothing. But then again, they never were really there to protest, just to have an excuse to be vandals. They were no more protesters than the same ilk who riot are sports fans.

    Plus, speaking out against the corrupt "military industrial complex" rings hollow when you're setting cars on fire like an anarchist state!