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Friday, July 13, 2018

Exclusive Interview Of Puerto Rican Woman Who Was Attacked By Drunk Maniac Over Her Puerto Rican Flag T-Shirt

The video that captured the confrontation that started it all:



Martin Hill of Liberty Fight emails:
Bob, this interview with this 24 year old Puerto Rican Woman is worth the watch. While i dont believe at all that these outrageous cases of racism represent the average Trump voter,  I actually believe that that these few fringe types are emboldened by the Trump presidency and his bombastic rhetoric.
[RW note: A very well spoken lady--watch at least the first eleven minutes.]


My comments: The originnal incident  is an amazingly disgusting video. Where I come from, this drunk degenerate would have been dropped where he stood, instantly, to immobilize the threat. The pathetic cop was an accomplice.

It seems like recently there have been a rash of these outrageous videos in which a charicature-like person acts so over-the-top outrageous, it's almost  hard to believe it's real.

First you had that Jewish lawyer in New York who was screaming at two hispanic patrons in a restaurant for speaking Spanish. Then last week there was a fat slob white woman getting right in a guy's face and flipping him off, calling him a rapist and a drug dealer just because he's Mexican. This occurred while he and his mom did yard work in Running Springs (San Bernardino County) California. Now this old drunk guy menacing a woman for the shirt she was wearing.

On the other side you have that 35-year-old scumbag in San Antonio, Texas who assaulted a 14-year-old teenaged boy, stole his Trump hat, pulled his hair out and threw a soda in his face just because he supported President Trump.

All of this is insane,  and living in Southern California I can't imagine encountering any of these people. I've seen a lot of stuff but have never seen anything like this where literal complete strangers feel the liberty to menace, threaten and demean others for simply racial or political reasons.


Political differences of opinion are one thing, but what has happened to civility, charity, dignity, kindness, humam respect, and love for one's neighbor?
We live in an extremely sick society.

In regards to the video interview of Mia Irizarry,
Mia is a very mature young lady.
One note,  even if Puerto Rico was not part of the U.S. or whether or not they're citizens, no one has a right to demand to know why a stranger wears what they do or speaks whatever language they please. It's no ones business. Nor do they have a right to demand to know if a stranger is a citizen. Both the drunk & the cop's behavior was so outrageous & disgusting it's unfathomable that she and her cousin showed such restraint, and for that she should be commended. I would for sure would not have been so composed and mild.
-RW  

21 comments:

  1. The NAP is violated where? Oh, that's right, when feels are involved lolbertarian principles go out the window.

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    1. All of the cases mentioned above involve clear and completely unacceptable aggression. Accosting strangers, getting in their face & threatening them is assault & clearly a violation of the non-agression principle.
      A libertarian would leave others alone & mind their own business.

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    2. Re: Paul Hansen,

      --- The NAP is violated where? ---

      The Trumpista is asking if the NAP was violated...

      Yes, stable genius, it WAS violated. The woman and her party had leased the spot; the "gentleman" refused to leave wgile justifying his act of aggression by questioning the woman's patriotism and even her citizenship. In other words: he was your fellow Trumpista, 100% pure American a$$hole.

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    3. How was she assaulted when she admitted that he never actually touched her? Weren't you lolbertarians the ones cheering when republicans are getting yelled at in restaurants and outside their homes? You guys are a joke.

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    4. No analogy. Politicians deserve to be assaulted.

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    5. Assault is not the same as battery.

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    6. As a former LEO, I can tell you that was clear assault. No battery.

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    7. Re: Paul Hansen,

      --- How was she assaulted when she admitted that he never actually touched her? ---

      The Trumpista arguing about touching. How ironic. Also, you asked how were his actions a violation of the NAP. You switched to 'assault' all of a sudden.

      The man got close to her in a menacing manner depite being told to leave the premises, something the woman pointed out to the clearly indifferent oficial standing closely by. By not leaving despite being asked to do so, the man was committing a clear and naked act of aggression against the woman, who had a legal right to use the premises. This was explained to you.

      You cannot compare berating thieves and fraudsters --i.e. politicians, agents of the state-- with acts of aggression committed by Trumpistas against peaceful and non-aggressive individuals.

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  2. --- "Then last week there was a fat slob white woman getting right in a guy's face and flipping him off, calling him a rapist and a drug dealer just because he's Mexican." ---

    A clarification is in order: the man berated and verbally attacked by the mid-aged woman is actually an American, not a Mexican, citizen. The word "Mexican" still denotes a nationality.

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    1. I would guess you are the quintessential 'wet back'. When will you be self deporting?

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    2. Re: Paul Hansen,

      --- It can also denote trash. ---

      That'll be "Trumpista", Paul.

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    3. Re: He-Who-Fantasizes-About-White-European-Males

      --- I would guess you are the quintessential 'wet back'. ---

      No. Just the quintessential 'your worst nightmare'. I don't have to to do anything except age.

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  3. --- Martin Hill: "While i dont believe at all that these outrageous cases of racism represent the average Trump voter..." ---

    All voters? No. Trumpistas? Oh, yes. They do.

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  4. "White men must be stopped: The very future of mankind depends on it" - Ms. Melinda Gates (wife of Bill)

    "Those of us of European stock will be the minority in less than two years, and, that's a good thing." - Joe Biden

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    1. The white guy in the video isn’t exactly doing a lot to prove them wrong.

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    2. Leave it to Trumpistas to excuse bad behavior through manufactured hobgoblins.

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  5. Well this framing might work for someone who isn't familiar with the cook county forest preserves. However I am.

    Your example of a "Trump Voter" is one of the mental cases who hang out in the cook county Illinois forest preserves. It's as if someone used the behavior of one of the homeless people in a BART station as an example to make a political point.

    Cook County Forest preserve cops are political reward jobs. They don't do anything but collect a pay check funded with monies stolen from Cook County tax payers. I take that back, they might occasionally harass someone for some nothing thing, but even that seems to be too much effort for them.

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    1. --- Well this framing might work for someone who isn't familiar with the cook county forest preserves. However I am. ---

      Irrelevant.

      --- Your example of a "Trump Voter" is one of the mental cases who hang out in the cook county Illinois forest preserves. ---

      RW didn't present gim as an example of a "Trump voter" and no one said he's an example of a Trump voter. A person who voted for Trump is not necessarily a Trumpista: an ignorant, xenophobic jerk who blames trade or immigrants for gis or her own faulires. He is, therefore, a good example of a Trumpista.

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    2. Read what is quoted: "While i dont believe at all that these outrageous cases of racism represent the average Trump voter," That implies this has something to do with the age of Trump. That this person is an example of a Trump voter, just not an "average" one. Also RW clearly puts this up because it follows a long trend in what he has been posting as examples of age of Trump behavior.

      And being familiar with a place is key. It's very relevant here because that's how one knows this guy is just some random lunatic one stands a chance of encountering at these places. If she was wearing a different shirt he would have keyed in on something else or someone else.

      It's also how one knows what cook county forest preserve police really are. They aren't cops who would have "dropped" the guy "where he stood, instantly, to immobilize the threat". They are do-nothing government employees. One step above ghost payrollers.

      Does anyone take the commentary and behavior of the people who spend their days in the BART stations as signs of some disturbing political trend? No. They are treated as the rantings of the disturbed.

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  6. The worst criminal infraction he committed was possibly "disturbing the peace." I didn't see anything else, and certainly nothing deserving of the felony charges connected with "hate speech/hate crime", which is outrageous. Probably committed the tort of "assault," but not the criminal offense of "assault."
    People should be allowed to express hate, speak hatefully, and otherwise express and communicate, even in crass and offensive ways. This was largely a victimless crime.

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