Make Molotov Cocktails, Not War

The more acceptance (or apathy) there is for the anti-war idiots, the more likely it is that these things are going to happen (from Fox News):

An explosive device caused minor damage to an empty military recruiting station in Times Square early Thursday, shaking guests in hotel rooms high above.

Police blocked off the area to investigate the explosion, which occurred at about 3:45 a.m., shattering the station’s glass entryway. No one was injured.

“If it is something that’s directed toward American troops than it’s something that’s taken very seriously and is pretty unfortunate,” said Army Capt. Charlie Jaquillard, who is the commander of Army recruiting in Manhattan.

Although this one was minor, and no one was hurt, that is not the way these things always go. The anti-war movement has a long and well-documented history of violence. It’s all peace, love, and happiness – if you think as they do. If not, look out.

Take, for instance, these lovely little bits of joy you may not have heard about:

— Molotov cocktails in Chicago on March 20, 2003

— Multiple instances at a March, 21, 2003 anarchist anti-war rally in Athens, and again on April 16, 2003

— The cache of Molotov cocktails left by anti-war protesters after a rally in San Francisco in 2003

— Multiple instances in the NYC area in 2005

— General mayhem and attempts to pry open a fence at the Port of Olympia in 2006

— A four-on-one sneak attack and assault on an OEF Hero in Canada in 2007

Again and again they prove that they’re twisted little cowards. Take an honest look at the anti-war movement, and you’ll soon find out that hidden beneath that “Give Peace a Chance” crap is a Socialist / Communist agenda, and a potential for deadly violence.

Bottomfeeders, all.

Pamela Duffy
Pamela Duffy is an Awesome Milblogger, who honors and writes about military men and women.