Communists Plan ‘Coordinated Economic Blockades’ for Monday in ‘Support of Palestine’

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“Symbolic actions are not enough. We must escalate.” So says the narrator of a video from a Communist Party mouthpiece known as  These social misfits and economic illiterates have announced a “multi-city economic blockade” planned for Monday, to “disrupt the global economy” supposedly in support of Palestine (and, by extension, Iran). They plan to identify choke points to cause maximum economic impact on America, as well as other nations in the capitalist world.

It doesn’t take a degree from the Army War College to figure out they’re talking about blockading streets, highways, and potentially interstates as well.

From . . .


A proposal to coordinate a multi-city economic blockade on April 15th in solidarity with Palestine recently received overwhelming commitments to participate around the US and internationally.

The proposal states that in each city, we will identify and blockade major choke points in the economy, focusing on points of production and circulation with the aim of causing the most economic impact, as did the port shutdowns in recent months in Oakland, California and Melbourne, Australia, as just a few examples.

There is a sense in the streets in this recent and unprecedented movement for Palestine that escalation has become necessary: there is a need to shift from symbolic actions to those that cause pain to the economy.

As Yemen is bombed to secure global trade, and billions of dollars are sent to the Zionist war machine, we must recognize that the global economy is complicit in genocide and together we will coordinate to disrupt and blockade economic logistical hubs and the flow of capital.

The question is, how much tacit support will they get from the political leaders in deep blue urban centers? Will radical mayors handcuff the police from responding to anarchists and Antifa-types blocking traffic and attacking motorists?

They listed Miami as one of the cities they plan to target. Given the political realities of Florida, that makes plenty of folks wonder if this whole thing is nothing but Internet chest-thumping of the lowest order.

Screen cap by Boch via YouTube

Do they really think that even if Miami’s mayor sits back and does nothing that Ron DeSantis will allow hard-left radicals to “block the arteries of capitalism and jam the wheels of production?”

My Magic 8-Ball screams, “Not Likely. Try Harder.”

One thing remains a constant. Monday, just like every other day ending in “y,” would be a great day to practice your ABC’s, as in “always be carrying.”

15 Responses

  1. “Will radical mayors handcuff the police from responding to anarchists and Antifa-types blocking traffic and attacking motorists?”
    Sure seems that lawful vs unlawful is null and void to these types.
    It is time the police ignore the wishes of mayors and did their jobs.
    And if the mayor gets in the way, arrest his ass.

  2. billions of dollars are sent to the Zionist war machine

    The “Zionist war machine” that has been turning Palestinian leaders into multimillionaires, and even multi-billionaires, for decades (as their people struggle in poverty)? The one that is, not only funding Israel, but their enemies as well? The one that’s enabling Iran and their proxies by funding them? That’s a good one! Zionist Jews want to fund their enemies who believe the Zionist Jews don’t have a right to exist. Of course they do.

    This particular activist movement in the West, but especially in the US, would make a nice case study of how manipulation works. There’s always more up and coming revolutionaries. You just have to give them a nudge, and point them in a direction.

  3. April 14, 2024 at 11:44 am
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    ugh… I was hoping the new website would be better.

    Not having the edit function makes it difficult to discover the trigger words. That’s even worse.

  4. I attended the Trump rally in Schnecksville, PA yesterday. The organizers were expecting 10k attendees, however, 42k showed up.

    Last week Biden was here. Less than 100 people attended.

    What does this have to do with the above story? If Trump and the GOP are able to overcome the steal this coming November, the shenanigans described above that the communidiots are planning, will turn to terrorism.


    1. Things are little different this time when they try and stuff the ballot boxes.

      Personally, I think this will make a wonderful political ad to throw in their faces :

      ““Symbolic actions are not enough. We must escalate.” So says the narrator of a video from a Communist Party mouthpiece known as”

    2. Correct me if I’m wrong, but Trump was never ahead of Hillary in the 2016 polls. The fact that he’s even with or ahead of Biden in the polls is huge. If the Puppet wins again, and especially if he makes another come from behind 3 a.m. win (after they sent everyone home), it will be apparent to the entire world that our elections are meaningless. Then what?

  5. Dude,

    You are spot on. Hillary was always ahead because the polls were fake. But the MAGA crowd voted in numbers for which the evil ones were not prepared. They were, however, prepare in 2020. They were so well prepared (with the help of the GOP seniority) that even though Trump far exceeded his 2016 numbers, they were able to rig the vote and threaten the courts.

    No one is going to accept the results this November. If Trump wins, there will be violence and insurrection fomented from the left. The only way the Dems win will be by massive, flagrant fraud. But the GOP, under Laura Trump and Whatley, are getting ready for it. So are many state governments. Then, when the left loses, as the corruption is overturned, there will be violence.


  6. May be a stupid question but what happens if someone runs over protesters illegally blocking the road in Florida?

    1. Remember when that protester got flattened on the interstate during the St. Floyd riots? I believe it was in Washington or Oregon.

      1. Does Florida have laws protecting motorists from prosecution or was it Texas? Either way yeah don’t see FAFO in Florida being a wise course of action.

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