NYC Students SOCIALIST FED “Evening of Action” for Gun Reform

March 14, 2018 – 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM– Hosted by Coalition Z – Quaker School, NYC.  The No Guns Student Strike March vs patriots. The students gathered to discuss a controversial topic: the pros and cons of the Second Amendment; with a one-sided view planned inside while a lively debate was ON outside the Quaker School.

There were many student signs attached to the fence that surrounded the Quaker School.

Signs that were countered when when the patriots arrived.

Signs that seemed to arouse the student’s curiosity.

Causing a few to peek over the fence….dare they do more?

Eventually a few of those students calmly (and respectfully) crossed the street to interview the patriots.

The calm before a storm, perhaps, but still a relief from the usual Socialist Left invective.

Part 3 – A student named Eric, had a long conversation with a couple of patriots about the Second Amendment. He stayed long after his advisors kept prodding him to go inside  the Quaker House to hear the pre-arranged speakers:

 1. Stoneman Douglas alumna, Claire McCue
2. Marie DeLus, a Moms Demand Action activist and former Marine sharpshooter who lost her nephew to gun violence.
3. Alex Clavering, the lead organizer of the March for Our Lives-NYC
4. Stoneman Douglas student activists survivors of  Parkland shooting (via video message).

Seemed that Eric preferred to continue this exchange. He was confidently more interested in what was happening outside the school.

Part 2 – Earlier another group of students also chatted with the patriots, asking questions, talking and listening to their responses regarding the Second Amendment.

Part 1 – The patriots took a position across from the historic Quaker School (built in 1860) as the students arrived. They were often visibly shocked to see signs supporting our President. One young man interviewed a patriot on why he supports the Second Amendment.

Flickr Slide Show


Links to a few Media Reports : “Students Walk Out Nationwide Protesting Gun Violence

“The coordinated walkouts were loosely organized by Empower, the youth wing of the Women’s March, which brought thousands to Washington, D.C., last year.

The group urged students to leave class at 10 a.m. local time for 17 minutes — one minute for each victim in the Florida shooting — and suggested demands for lawmakers, including an assault weapons ban and mandatory background checks for all gun sales. ” [PIX11]

“More than a hundred local students, parents, activists, and curious reporters gathered at a Quaker meeting house on Wednesday for what students had billed as an evening of action.

There was a brief lick of tension when one of the speakers—a woman from Moms Demand Action—admitted that she was, in fact, a card carrying member of the NRA. Just behind her hung a sign that screamed “NeveRagAin (NRA).” But her comment was largely defused when she mentioned that most NRA members support stronger gun control, and she held up a photo of her nephew, who was shot and killed in 2008 at the age of 19. The woman, a former marine turned activist, emphasized that gun violence doesn’t just affect young people in schools, but in their communities as well.”

 AND  NEXT up for this student-led (Socialist-nurtured) Coalition Z :

Organizing Resistance to Internet Censorship” at NYU, Wednesday, March 28, 7:30 pm.

“The World Socialist Web Site, Socialist Equality Party, and International Youth and Students for Social Equality are organizing public meetings throughout the United States to alert workers and youth to the far-advanced efforts to control and censor the Internet.

The US government, in the closest collaboration with Google, Facebook, Twitter and other powerful information technology corporations, is implementing massive restrictions on Internet access to socialist, antiwar and progressive websites.

The World Socialist Web Site, which has been a principal target of the censorship campaign, is leading the fight against the greatest attack on free speech since the Second World War.Our meeting will explore the political context of efforts to censor the Internet, examine the pretexts used to justify the suppression of free speech (e.g., “fake news”), and discuss a political strategy to mobilize the working class in defense of democratic rights.” [World Socialist Web]

This type of heavy Socialist Indoctrination is what our schools offer as the only road to a Free Society, which made this group of students willingness to talk, to even ask questions, so unusual.

[Pictures and videos Property of Pamela Hall]

International Women’s Day celebrates SOCIALISM and Sharia Law

March 8, 2018 –  5 pm – Washington Sq. International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day has been celebrated on March 8 for over 100 years, by SOCIALISTS; beginning in 1910, claiming this day to be :

  • Civil awareness day
  • Women and girls day
  • Anti-sexism day
  • Anti-Discrimination Day

A movement TROLLING for victims.

The Soc/Commie/Prog/Fascisti rallied, denouncing capitalism, the police and Israel as their racist screeds of hatred filled the air; hatred that continued as they marched and chanted through the streets of lower Manhattan.

Supposedly a day to celebrate women, a recruitment day for hard-core Socialism.

ANARCHISM ruled with Antifa itching for a fight while waving a pink AK47 flag.

But, American patriots supported women in America and around the world vs the horrors that plague women ignored by these anarchists.

Of course the Antifa attack dogs considered the patriots to be more dangerous than any fascist, sharia-loving dictator.

So tempers flared, instigated by the Antifa. (see video)

Time line for video:
Snow/ice was thrown at the patriots (1:14 and 2:44-45)
Patriots signs were torn by the anarchists ( 2:24)

The NYPD had to intervene as the Antifa became more aggressive, physically assaulting a woman and a man (1:55-57)
The Antifa
did not stand down when the police demanded (2:00 and 2:08-9)

Unfortunately pepper spray was used by someone who panicked and over reacted to the chaos. (2:05, 2:08) …
difficult to see but the pepper stream is there.

NEXT, Nerdeen Kiswani of NYC SJP (Students for Justice in Palestine) spewed her LIES about the IDF, stoking the fires of anti-Semitism.

Nerdeen, like all the Soc/Commie/Prog/Fascisti, ignored the horrors of  Sharia law.

The BIG Women pics – challenged body shaming – I get it, but it seems like they went trolling for snarky twitter comments.

From my friend Zhaver, a couple of moments I didn’t catch:

And more in Flickr slide show:

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Found this  as I searched the web, a university office CLOSED on March 8 – in  solidarity with the Women’s STRIKE  [face book ]

Hurl alert: McDonald’s flipped over its trademark “M” on social media to resemble a “W”.

Links to articles on feminism and IWD –  NY Daily News, Slate and some back ground on Wiki .

Throughout the early 20th century, radicals saw March 8 as a chance to protest and disrupt a society they believed was built on the backs of exploited people, especially women, who were exploited as well as disenfranchised.”

Free Form TV on twitter gave us a “thoughtful” poster : “It’s time to kick our “I’m sorry” habit to the curb. We won’t miss it.

 SHOULD WE apologize? … or Not ….

[Where indicated, pictures and videos  property of Pamela Hall]

“Working” Peoples ‘Day of Action’ – #UnRigtheSystem

Saturday, February 24, 2018, a Working People’s Day of Action.

End the Workers Struggle against Government and Corporate Greed.

Scheduled for 11 am, I arrived. Foley Square. approximately 10:45.

The SEIU and associated unions had PACKED the square with workers, cheering and jeering, as they held union banners and flags high above the crowd.

The dutiful union tools stood for hours as they watched a jumbotron, placed over the stage, while the amplification carried for blocks.

The ubiquitous SOCIALIST/ COMMIES screamed at the workers to never forget they are VICTIMS of corporate GREED.

From the Left: It takes a UNION to make things right.

When we unite, we can do almost anything. Join with us as we protect our freedoms and fight back against the corporate CEOs and politicians who have rigged the system and our economy against us.”  #UnrigtheSystem  #ItsAboutFreedom

Fight for the freedom to come together in strong unions.
Fight for equitable pay.
Fight for affordable health care.
Fight for quality schools.
Fight for vibrant communities.
Fight for a secure future for all of us.

From the Right: Public-sector unions are just RACKETEERING outfits [NY Post]

This is how a public-sector union works:
1. The State creates a monopoly.
2. The monopoly forces taxpayers to fund those workers, whether they do a good job or not.
3. The union then coerces workers to pay dues regardless of whether or not they want to.
4. Then the union uses those dues to help fund political advocacy that perpetuates their monopoly and the union’s influence.
In other words: racketeering. [NY Post]

But, the LEFT insists: “In the face of mammoth corporations and their puppet politicians […] the Right is on the wrong side of this issue.”

From the Right, a voice of reason at the “Workers Day” Facebook page: David Fisher : I hope y’all will thank Trump for the lowering of your taxes and in many instances your bonuses and wage increases .. (and)..  to tell those 300 union offices to quit embezzling from union members.

FACT: There are few BULLIES bigger than the UNION BOSS in everyday American life.”[NY Post]

From the Right [National Review) – on forced membership –

It’s estimated that at least 5.5 million government workers in 22 states are forced to pay money to unions just to keep their jobs. […] forcing people to support government-worker unions has for decades constituted one of the greatest workplace violations of First Amendment rights in U.S. history.”

Now, back to the reason for this protest/rally: Supreme Court case could deal major blow to unions in New York

“On Monday(Feb 26, 2018) the US Supreme Court will hear Janus v. AFSCME. At issue are the constitutionality of laws in 22 states — including New York — that force public employees who do not want to belong to unions to pay unions “agency fees” for bargaining collectively on their behalf.” (also know as financial core) [ NY Post]

The plaintiff Illinois state worker Mark Janus — argues that agency fees violate his First Amendment rights of freedom of speech and association by compelling him to underwrite union political activity with which he disagrees.

If the court sides with Mr. Janus […] government unions in the state could lose 20 to 30 percent of their members and money. The balance of power in state politics would shift.” [NY Post]

, the unions rally, they MUST “Mobilize, Organize, Energize.”

After all, New York’s unions collect over $860 million a year from some 1 million government employees. “[…] furthermore, the vast majority of public union political activity seeks to aid the left side of the political spectrum, as the unions are closely aligned with the Democratic and Working Families parties.” [NY Post]

Membership translates into money.

 “New York’s government unions could lose up to $110 million a year in agency fee revenue. If the Supreme Court accepts these arguments […]

(CONSIDER) If stripping a political advocacy group of the power to force workers to join its efforts is a crippling event, then it’s an event worth celebrating.” [NY Post]

+a short VIDEO+

The Working Peoples Day” lobbied to END our Rights as Citizens, to DENY the Freedom to CHOOSE; our Constitutional Right to Choose.

a brief Flickr slideshow:


FREEDOM, to be You. To be Me, it’s a terrible thing to waste.

[Pictures and Video Property of Pamela Hall]

AFSI Protest Mahmoud Abbas’ Address to U.N. Security Council

Feb. 19, 2018. Noon  The Isaiah Wall in Ralph Bunche Park, across from the U.N. where AFSI (Americans For a Safe Israel) protested “Palestinian President” Mahmoud Abbas’ Address to U.N. Security Council.

AFSI (Americans For a Safe Israel) organized the rally,  joined by the New JDL-NY and opposed by members of the obscene Neturei Karta.

“On First A
venue, across from the United Nations in New York City, sits a small park, less than a quarter of an acre, named for Ralph Bunche, the first African-American recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize […] also home to the famous “Isaiah Wall” … which many people naturally associate with the United Nations and its peacekeeping.”
( it’s not)

Carved into granite, is the old prophesy of an obscure Hebrew itinerant, predicting a day that seems as far away now as it did then in ancient Mesopotamia– a day when “nation shall not lift up sword against nation, and neither shall we learn war any longer.”

Abbas and the lies of Yasser Arafat continue to thrive in the halls of the U.N. while thousands of years of Jewish history are IGNORED. DENIED.

[WaPo] “During a rare address to the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday, February 20th, “Palestinian” President Mahmoud Abbas called for an international Middle East peace conference to be convened by the middle of this year and slammed the Trump administration for its recognition last December of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Ambassador Haley addressed  the absent Abbas  (he left as soon as he had spoken) — Trump’s declaration in December that the United States considers Jerusalem to be Israel’s capital — ( she) told Abbas he can do nothing to reverse the U.S. position. Abbas should channel his anger into action toward a settlement and a better life for his people, Haley said.” [WaPo]

“Now in the 14th year of a four-year term, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has been something of a riddle. His modest, gentlemanly demeanor was a welcome contrast to that of his thuggish predecessor, Yasser Arafat […] Underneath it all, Abbas is a two-faced, feckless leader who harbors a classic, anti-Semitic view of Jews and world history.” Abbas proves to be nothing more than a two-faced anti-Semite [Michael Goodwin: NY Post]

[JPost] “Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu summed it up nicely: Abbashas torn off the mask and shown to the public the simple truth: . . . The root of the conflict between us and the “Palestinians” is their steadfast refusal to recognize the Jewish state in any borders whatsoever.”

Abbas will deliver his statement in New York only weeks after US Ambassador to the U.N., Nikki Haley, delivered a scathing rebuke of the Fatah (formerly the PLO) chairman’s “lack of leadership.”[JPost]

 AFSI spoke in front of  “Peace Form One, a stainless-steel obelisk 50 feet (15 m) high, erected in 1980. The sculptor, Daniel LaRue Johnson

… as those peace loving Neturei Karta taunted them from above with “Down, down with Israel” and “Is-ra-el go to hell” .

Part 1 video, opening remarks from Helen Freedman, Co-Executive Director of AFSI.

Part 2 video, Irwin ….  was introduced by Helen Freedman. He then spoke eloquently for ISRAEL.

Part 3 video – As Helen Freedman spoke the Neteuri Karta met the opposition!

Flickr Slide show –


[NY Times 2-26-18] “Jerusalem. the American Embassy set to open in Jerusalem in three months … Trump administration’s decision to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem … formally recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capitalopen a temporary embassy in Jerusalem in time for the 70th anniversary of the creation of the state of Israel, on May 14 …”

“This is a great moment for the citizens of Israel, and this is an historic moment for the state of Israel,” Mr. Netanyahu said. (American officials also said on Friday that Sheldon G. Adelson, an American known for his hawkish support of Israel, had offered to help pay for the new embassy building.)”

“… the “Palestinians” .... for them, May 14 is the 70th anniversary of the “Nakba”, or “catastrophe,” when hundreds of thousands of “Palestinians” were expelled or fled their homes amid the hostilities surrounding Israel’s establishment ... this year’s anniversary could also fall on the eve of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month of fasting … Days later, “Palestinians” are likely to flock for Friday Prayer to the “Al Aqsa Mosque”  [aka THE TEMPLE MOUNT], which has often been a flash point in the conflict between Israelis and “Palestinians”...” [NY Times]

FACT: “Why the Temple Mount Belongs to Jews and Israel [FrontPageMag]

“Rarely has there been such clarity that Israel has no partner for peace. As such, the possibility of more terrorist violence cannot be minimized. Just yesterday, Israeli authorities removed a cellphone bomb from Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus in the West Bank. It was detonated by security forces not long before 1,000 Jewish worshippers were scheduled to come to the spot considered to be the burial site of the biblical patriarch.” [Michael Goodwin: NY Post]

[Pictures and Videos property of Pamela Hall]

Israel Day of Action (JDL-NY) vs anti-Israel Global Day of Action

Feb. 19, 2018 . Outside the NYC Israeli Consulate. (3:30 – 5 pm)

The usual anti-Israel protestors (the Soc/ Commie Left)  gathered along with the traitorous Neturei Karta

As part of the Free the Tamimis Global Day of Action, demonstrators gathered outside the Israeli consulate to demand freedom for Ahed Tamimi and all “Palestinian” political prisoners.

Flickr slide show


The New JDL-NY  PRO-Israel counter-protest came out loud and proud against the familiar anti-Israel protestors.  (who were also quite LOUD)

The piercing voice of Socialist Michela Martinazzi, chant leader for the LEFTists representing the”Committee to Stop FBI Repression-NY“. (Who knew one person could be so irritatingly LOUD.)

Even so, the JDL-NY did NOT back down. The anti-Israel LIES exposed as they vociferously projected their message too, “ENOUGH means ENOUGH“!

The Facebook event page from the “Free the Tamimis” Leftists included their GLOBAL mission statement for the day.

Found an obscenely detailed report on Ahed’s “innocence” from Middle East Eye  which requires only one response: FREEDOM? NO WAY! for  “TERRORIST” Ahed Tammi!

The JDL – NY demands Justice: PRISON for TERRORIST Tamimi!

But, it was not all about Ahed Tammimi. The Soc/Commie Brigades have big plans to indoctrinate, indoctrinate, indoctrinate.

A statement from the screeching chant leader,  Michela Martinazzi and one of her Socialist cohorts ,confidently revealing their plans:  “While they are in school, students and youth must become anti-imperialists, and take up the struggles of the multinational working class and oppressed nationalities and put those demands in the forefront, working to advance the interests of the people and land blows against the ruling class and their cronies.” said Ian Gallagher of FRSO, highlighting the importance of organizing in the student movement.[3]”

Besides the International Action Center (Commies) and Socialist Front at the Stop the FBI Event page, the protest was called for by the Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network .

Also attended by NY4Palestine coalition and NYC Students for Justice in Palestine.

Welcomed by our  schools and media , this anti-Israel propaganda grows unabated, with no end in sight. But, only if we remain silent.

SILENCE is No Longer an Option: Am Yisrael CHAI!!

[Pictures and video property of Pamela Hall]

You Can’t DEPORT a Movement-Foley Sq- NYC

Feb. 10, 2018 – Foley Square, NYC
9 am to Noon

In the words of the hard-core left hosting this rally, You Can’t Deport a MOVEMENT!  “There is a new stay for Ravi’s deportation […] this moment matters now MORE THAN EVER! We must stand up for the countless thousands of Ravis and Jeans and show that we are powerful together! “

“We leave no one behind! ICE cannot target our leaders OR our communities!”

Co-Sponsoring Organizations from the LEFT include: New Sanctuary Coalition, New York Immigration Coalition, 32BJ SEIU, Bronx Immigration Partnership, Copwatch Patrol Unit, Critical Resistance, Detention Watch Network, Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM), Democratic Socialists of America, Domestic Workers Alliance, Equality Labs, Immigrant Defense Project, Interfaith Center of New York,

mPower Change, Queer Detainee Empowerment Project (QDEP), the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, Northern Manhattan Immigration Coalition, Red Bloom / Solidarity Network, Restaurant Opportunities Center NYC, Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir, Rise and Resist, South Asian Solidarity Initiative, Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ) NYC, UnLocal, We Belong Together, WhyHunger, Workers Center of Central NY and Worker Justice Center of New York.

Video Part 1

[Face Book] “ICE is escalating its attack on immigrants and only our movement can stop them […] demand a #NEWSANCTUARYCITY”

The New Sanctuary Coalition (founded in 2007) acts as a network of interfaith congregations and organizations that stand with families and communities resisting detention and deportation.

Always encouraging to see JDL-NY giving THANKS to ICE! (Immigration and Customs Enforcement)

Still, [Face Book] moans from the LEFT droned on: “We need to stop the escalation of ICE and the president’s attacks on immigrant communities, including targeting dissidents for deportation…” 

— “targeting” FELONS? BAD ICE. BAD U.S. Government —

“… (ICE) threatening Dreamers with detention, ICE efforts to infiltrate courts and churches and up to the racist rhetoric of the president and his office.”

“In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we’re asking friends and fellow activists to help hand deliver a message of love for all immigrants to ICE’s office by showing […] solidarity with Ravi, Dreamers, TPS recipients, workers, families and community members.”

“We’ll use messages of love and solidarity to combat the “good immigrant, bad immigrant” narrative. We resent the pressure on immigrants to prove their social or economic worth in order to justify their humanity.”

“This is a fight against this racist administration’s attempt to overstep the constitution and cherry pick who has the right to freedom and who will be terrorized into silence.”

“… this movement has deep roots and cannot be eradicated. We’re going to show them that you can’t deport a movement.”

Flickr slide show[Foley Square]


Ravi’s status managed a reprieve—again: Immigrant rights activist temporarily avoids deportation.

“Justice was restored today( 2-09-18), at least temporarily, as Mr. Ragbir is now able to remain in the United States and free until the Court reviews his constitutional claims,” Ragbir’s attorney R. Stanton Jones said.

Ragbir — who has been a US resident since 1994 — has a 2001 felony fraud conviction from which prompted a 2006 order of deportation that Ragbir had successfully challenged until his arrest last month.” [NY Post]

Video Part 2 – as they did the Immigrant March

“Reps for Ragbir — the Trinidad native — also announced that they will be filing a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court on Friday against ICE, Homeland Security, the Dept. of Justice and Attorney General Jeff Sessions to permanently stop officials from attempts to deport Ragbir and for relief for other immigrants rights activists who have also been targeted for deportation.” [NY Post]

“Ragbir slammed the Trump administration’s immigration policy […] calling it “ethnic cleansing.” [NY Daily News]

++ Then at NOON to 1:30 pm, the NY March For Immigrants’ Rally gathered in Herald Square

Their reasoning and accusations (as always) IGNORE the Rule of Law as the rail against the U.S. Government: “We are appalled by this administration’s attempt to pit immigrants against each other.”

We’re protesting against the anti-immigrant policies proposed by the White House and the GOP legislators, especially the recent White House proposal to end family reunification in exchange for DACA legalization.”

“Legal Immigrants, DACA and every American who opposes the anti-immigrant agenda are joining hands to fight racism, bigotry and xenophobia. United we stand, divided we fall.”

“There are roughly 7.5 billion human beings on this planet. None of them came from outer space, so none of them are aliens. So I refuse to call any human being an alien.”

“Furthermore, no human being is “illegal.
Any law that outlaws humanity is a bad and unjust law.

Apartheid was legal. That did not make it right. The human beings breaking Apartheid laws were humans fighting for justice, not “illegals.”

The Holocaust was legal. That did not make it right. Human beings breaking Holocaust laws were humans fighting for justice, not “illegals.”

“Slavery was legal. That did not make it right. Human beings fighting against slavery laws were not “illegals.” They were human beings fighting for justice.

Segregation was legal. That not make it right. Human Beings breaking Jim Crow laws were not “illegal.” They were human beings fighting for justice.”

“The earth has no lines on it. All borders are man made.
Crossing a man made line is only a crime because people have made it one.

People crossing a man made line are still human beings. They do not deserve to be detained or tortured. It is wrong to rip their families apart for any reason.

The earth belongs to all of us and we belong to it. Any human being should be able to live, with their family, any damn place they please on this planet.”

No human being is illegal. All this deportation of human beings is wrong and racist. There is absolutely no justification for treating human beings in this way.”  (This article was written by Claire Cohen.)#March4Immigrants 

Support Family Reunification. Support clean DREAM Act.
[Face Book]

Flickr slide show [Herald Square]


++ Sound Cloud Report from Herald Sq (Columbia Radio News) ++

Wonder if Mexico or Japan or China, will open their borders. Open Borders. Yeah, that’s the ticket.

[Pictures and videos property of Pamela Hall]

FREE Ahed Tamimi AGAIN vs Act FOR Israel JDL – Penn Station

Jan 30, 2018. Penn Station. NYC. 5:30 pm. Protestors from the Hard Left and pro-“palestine” persuasions  assembled on the AMTRAK level demanding NO Jail For Terrorist Ahed Tamimi, while making it impossible for the AMTRAK commuters to hear the boarding announcements.






 Joining in the fray, was the  JDL- NY. They countered the lies on the Left with a bold display of SUPPORT FOR Israel. SILENCE is NOT the answer.The TRUTH must be seen and heard.
We heard many JDL proclamations of support FOR Israel as well as the declarations: “Go back to Jordan” and (in reference to Ahed Tamimi) “Terrorist, Terrorist”, “In Jail-NO Bail”.

Both sides made the most of this NO TIME FOR SILENCE, the NY Transit police, the National Guard and the State Police were brought in to keep order and to create a path – BUILDING a WALL of law enforcement.
A  passage for all to pass by  without feeling intimidated by the “fakestinian” protestors.
The Penn Station protest was led by Nerdeen Kiswani of NYC SJP (Students for Justice in Palestine)- seen here at another Tamimi protest in Union Sq (12-22-17)

Some of the other players from the LEFT this evening include:  Nancy Mansour (aka Harrabic Tubman) fromExistence is Resistance”. She resurfaced it seems (been in “palestine” for quite awhile)

The ever present capos, the Neteuri Karta, taunted their FELLOW Jews with “Go To Hell” and “DROP DEAD“.

And the shameful Jewish Voice For Peace.
Some of the international reporters: William Denselow TRT World – NY is funded in whole or in part by the Turkish government.

SABC(South Africa) Sherwin Bryce-Pease, interviewing JDL’s, Jim MacDonald.

Flickr Slide show of both sides:


 Activist Nick Maniace of Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network.
International Action Committee – Sara Flounders (seen here in Union Square  – Dec Tamimi protest)

Part 1 video – The chants – back and forth – were so LOUD. Obviously no commuters were going to hear any track announcements for a couple of hours.

Part 2  video – The AMTRAK and NY State Police and the National Guard arrived to make room for the commuters and to “Build a Wall” .

They will be back. (Again and Again)


[Pictures and videos property of Pamela Hall]