Monday, June 29, 2020

San Francisco Gay Pride Leaders Call for the Movement to Go Anti-Capitalist

The puppet masters behind the curtain are continuing their expansion.

They are now using the gay community to advance their cause of taking down capitalism.

KQED reports from San Francisco:
At an impromptu San Francisco Pride protest march, demonstrators called for solidarity between the LGBTQ community and the Black Lives Matter movement, drawing parallels between decades-long police violence to both communities...

While the city’s official 50th annual Pride celebration went virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person celebrations sparked a gathering at Dolores Park, with hundreds taking to the streets for a "Pride is a Riot" march.

An anonymous group of organizers came together to put on the decentralized protest which called back the anarchist roots of pride in solidarity with the recent nationwide protests against police violence...

But, when Pride demonstrators marched from Dolores Park and tried to turn left onto Valencia from 18th Street, a white police van drove south down Valencia Street and parked across it. That lone police van and roughly a half dozen police officers formed a line to try and stop hundreds of marchers from heading up Valencia.

Protesters shouted “quit your job!” and “you’re killing black people.” The officers then tried to leave and inch forward, but could not exit the crowd, which surrounded them. Pride marchers spray painted the van. Officers exited the van again, as demonstrators kicked the van and hit it with their fists. Officers rushed towards them with batons raised and pushed members of the crowd away.

One marcher spray painted an officer in the face with red paint. Eventually, the van exited the crowd to an alleyway...

Local activist Norma Gallegos was there and said she feels over the last decade, Pride has been “gentrified, corporatized and commercialized.”...

Gallegos said she wants to see systemic change and Pride return to its roots. She said Pride has historically been anti-capitalist, queer and militant with the issues that have plagued and created barriers for Black, Indigenous, People of Color.
Remarkably, much of corporate America appears to be on the side, at least publicly, of this advance which really doesn't hide its anti-capitalist stance.

First, they came for the police...



  1. *Sigh*... it doesn't help advance the cause of bringing the police under control, to attack them gratuitously. These Lefties clearly have the idea that anything they don't like should be subject to physical assault. They're overdue for a lesson in what such behavior reaps.

  2. This is no surprise, since as you previously posted, one of three black lesbian 'founders' of BLM came out of the LGBTQ operation (and all three are openly communist).