Category Archives: Protest

HuffPost Op-Ed: Protests in Iran Are Just Like Women in US Protesting Trump’s ‘Oppressive’ Regime

As protests are surging in Iran once again, certain people have drawn parallels to the women protesting for their rights and women protesting President Donald Trump in the U.S.

For example, Alex Mohajer‏ wrote an op-ed in HuffPost where he claimed how women protesting in Iran shortly after the revolution in 1979 is very similar to the Women’s March that took place a day after Trump was inaugurated.

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Disney World’s Trump robot target of screaming rant. Is there any place that’s safe from leftist insanity?

Disney World in Florida is a special place that attracts about 52.5 million children and adults each year for days of family fun at what it calls “the most magical place on Earth.” But the theme park was unable to offer its guests an escape last week from a truly bizarre protest against President Trump.

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Epic Fail: The NFL Owners Try Bribing The Protesting Players

Faced with what amounts to a revolt from the protesting players on the one hand and the fans outraged at what they see as blatant disrespect for flag and country, the NFL owners decided to pursue several compromises, all of which failed…so now, they’ve resorted to what amounts to race based bribery.

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Violence on the streets of Paris as protesters rage against Macron for fifth day

This week the French President faced a mass revolt of 100 party members after they criticised his “broken promises and trust”.

Following this, furious protesters took to the streets yesterday afternoon in an anti-Macron rally for the fifth consecutive day.

Anti-Macron protesters confronted dozens of police while marching on the Elysee Palace in Paris, with a number of banks and businesses vandalised.

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‘No to Brussels!’ EU summit provokes fury as hundreds of protesters demand Swedish exit

The mass protest in Gothenburg on Friday evening came just as the EU summit, which Donald Tusk, Jean-Claude Juncker and Emmanuel Macron all attended, came to an end.

Protesters at the rally, named the ‘Alternative EU Summit’, took to the streets to voice their fury at the direction of the EU and demanded Sweden break away from the bloc.

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St. Louis Police Now Subjected To Monthly Readings About Not Hurting Journalists

U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry rebuked officers for their aggressive use of pepper spray and containment tactics while handling protests in the wake of the Sept. 15 acquittal of former officer Jason Stockley for the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith. The St. Louis Police Department conducted two mass arrests during the days of consecutive protests, arresting several journalists and civilians who weren’t protesting.

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