Marauders Versus Protesters
Marauders Versus Protesters by Rory for The Daily Coin
I don’t know about you but I’m sick up to my eyebrows with every low IQ person with a keyboard and a camera proclaiming the people destroying Minneapolis are “protesters”. These are not protesters, they are marauders – looting, burning and destroying everything in their path. This circus has now gone national.
One of the biggest problems we have in our world today is the disintegration of language. When the language is destroyed and people use words incorrectly for long periods of time, well, communications break down. When communications break down society begins to fray and then you have a massive turn of events that cause people to lose their minds.
This is exactly what is happening right now. This whole thing could’ve been avoided if our society had never accepted the lies surrounding the words – “money” and “dollar”. Had these two words been banished from our vocabulary more than 100 years ago, we would not be having these problems in Minneapolis, or other cities around the country, today.
According to Merriam-Webster the definition of a marauder is as such
one who roams from place to place making attacks and raids in search of plunder
According to Merrian-Webster the definition of a protester is as such
1- a solemn declaration of opinion and usually of dissent
2- the act of objecting or a gesture of disapproval
3- a complaint, objection, or display of unwillingness usually to an idea or a course of action
4- an objection made to an official or a governing body of a sport
While there are multiple types of protests and protesters we see the people in Michigan, with their “long guns” seem to have struck a cord with most, if not all the varieties of protest.
Protest moves inside Michigan Capitol. Crowd attempts to get onto Hoise floor. Lots of Michigan State Police and House sergeants at arms blocking door. pic.twitter.com/4FNQpimP4W
— Rod Meloni (@RodMeloni) April 30, 2020
The people in Minneapolis on the the other hand seemed to have hit, quiet clearly, the one and only variety of marauder.
Does this video show the aftermath of a protest?
This is what Minneapolis looks like right now pic.twitter.com/rUKapbKOSU
— Steve Stifler (@StevStiffler) May 29, 2020
What about these “protesters” loading up TV’s onto a cart. Were the TV’s doing something wrong and needed to be put in time out?
— Karli Q ⭐️⭐️⭐️ – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@KarluskaP) May 29, 2020
What about this situation in Portland, Or. Did Louis Vuitton somehow upset everyone over the death of George Floyd so the people decided a small “protest” in the form of stealing everything would square the circle.
Looting Louis Vuitton store in Portland. Nothing screams justice like designer handbags. pic.twitter.com/zWsExSY6DM
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) May 30, 2020
Here’s another image of what people call protesters. Looks a lot like the handy work of marauders to me.
— David Navarro (@12SDN91) May 29, 2020
In this video it appears we have found some people protesting against the marauders – I mean “protesters”.
In North Minneapolis today there was a small army of people who came out to clean up the rioters’ mess. Two churches joined together to have a BBQ and party out in the parking lot. I grilled the brats. There is hope. We will get through this. #WeAreMN pic.twitter.com/Oq3TcjaJdN
— Rob Barrett Jr. for Senate (@RobSenate) May 29, 2020
More people not “protesting” but celebrating the destruction of private property – not their private property, but someone else’s.
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) May 29, 2020
And in Atlanta at the CNN headquarters.
Police cars getting literally destroyed in Atlanta outside the CNN Center pic.twitter.com/x5zRxZVQpb
— Fernando Alfonso III (@fernalfonso) May 29, 2020
People are attempting to compare and contrast the situation in Michigan a few weeks ago when protesters showed up armed at the Capital building. There is a massive difference – no one, repeat, NO ONE, not one person, looted a Target store, burned down businesses and other private property nor did they continue to riot for several nights. The people in Michigan came out during the day time, the people in Minneapolis are coming out at night to commit crimes under the cover of darkness. This is the difference between a marauder and a protester. The color of ones skin doesn’t play a part in the situation, the actions of the people dictate the response by authorities, and to be perfectly clear, the response by the country. No one wants to see this.
The first photo is the protest against the stay at home order in Michigan, where many white people carried guns. The second picture is the protest in Minneapolis, holding our weapons, signs. We are using our VOICES and getting tear gassed #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd #BlackLivesMater pic.twitter.com/QPSpUgLAgR
— Daniella (@Daniell15891046) May 29, 2020
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