Leon Trotsky, rival of Vladimir Lenin, is often quoted as having said “you may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you.”
His ideological descendents (that would be radical leftists) seem ready to put that into practice:
The inbound upper level of the George Washington Bridge was closed by an immigrant rights protest on Wednesday morning, snarling traffic on one of the region’s most important crossings at the height of rush hour.
Delays at the bridge for traffic heading into New York from New Jersey were up to nearly 90 minutes; traffic cameras showed bumper-to-bumper traffic barely inching along.The protesters apparently chained themselves across the roadway to block traffic, unfurling large banners in an attempt to spread their message. One banner appeared to read “Resist, Organized, Act Up.”
These are not “immigrant rights groups.” They are collaborators with a full-scale invasion of the United States, which has all but lost control of its own borders. These invaders have seen there are few, if any, consequences to their outrageous behavior, and so it spreads like a disease.
Neither is this a ‘peaceful protest.’ Snarling traffic into a 90-minute delay potentially puts lives at risk when emergency vehicles cannot travel through the resulting logjam. This is more accurately called sedition by people who should not even be in the nation to make such a mess.
I believe we are in the early stages of a wave of guerilla-style actions to undermine what’s left of our society. They haven’t come here to become Americans. They’ve come here to replace Americans. The only way this stops is if severe penalties are finally levied against such disruptive behavior. For instance: the ten people arrested on the bridge should have been taken directly to the airport and deported. If any were U.S. citizens (highly doubtful), they should be taken before the appropriate level of the judiciary to have their citizenship stripped from them for aiding and abetting sedition, and also deported. Before leaving, they should be advised that if they are discovered again in the United States, they will be treated as an unlawful enemy combatant not entitled to the Geneva Convention protections, and sentenced to death as an enemy of the state.
I don’t suggest such things lightly. Much like Charlie Daniels’ “Simple Man,” I’m not the kind of man who would harm a mouse, but “if I catch somebody breaking in my house,” I’ve got several tools to deal with the situation. While my personal home has not had an intruder, the “house” of the United States has been flooded with malicious trespassers. I’m enraged our nation’s idiotic and self-absorbed “leadership” (in both parties) has allowed things to come to this. All I’m saying is that we have a brief window remaining in which we can show some backbone. As the saying goes, “shoot the first ones, and the word will spread.”