Thugs terrorize city and subways, attack cops in ‘F-the Police’ protest: ‘The streets are ours …’

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The “Decolonize This Place” protests that rocked New York City this Friday wound up being as about as violent and destructive as had been anticipated.

As previously reported, on Thursday a far-left group known as “Decolonize This Place” published a video to YouTube encouraging locals to commit acts of vandalism and violence on January 31st as part of their “F–k the Police 3” protests.

Watch (*Language warning):

In an internal memo that was circulated late Thursday, New York Police Department chief Terence Monahan predicted that DTP would “attempt to disrupt public transportation, cause disorder – and physically assault police officers.”

It appears his prediction was accurate.

One of the most common forms of disruption seen at the protests Friday was vandalism:

The next was rowdy riots and marches, some of which turned violent:

But the most frequently observed form of “disruption” actually occurred because of the police and their willingness to put their lives at risk and hold these goons accountable by arresting them, regardless of what excuses they tried to trot out.

Watch, and pay special attention to the first video, which shows a DTP thug crying for his daddy to save him from arrest:

Life can be hard when you’re an entitled left-wing child who believes you’re above the law.

This growing anti-cop sentiment in NYC began last October after NYC authorities justifiably dragged a non-paying black teen off the subway. By late November, the fervor had transformed into a full-blown protest organized by DTP.

What do the protesters want? A life free of the basic responsibility and obligations that every law-abiding NYC citizen has to contend with in his or her life.

“Earlier in the day, protesters unveiled a large, black banner that read ‘F– your $2.75’ at the World Trade Center station, gave out free swipes at a Bronx subway station, painted over an OMNY machine and chained emergency exit doors open,” Patch.com reported.

The black banner says it all. Like every other transportation authority in the United States (if not the entire globe,) New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority charges a fare for subway and bus rides. In NYC, the fare is $2.75. But according to protesters, the fare ought to be $0, because they’re entitled to free rides or something.

Like the DTP member said in the video up top, “The mood for J31 is simple: F–k your $2.75. No cops in the MTA. Free transit. No harassment, period, and full accessibility.”

In other words, to hell with law, order and everything else that helps keep society civilized …

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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