Protesters Disrupt Acting Homeland Security Secretary


Oct 7, 2019

Protesters disrupt Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan remarks. Following multiple attempts to start, he thanks hosts and departs. Full video:

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6 Responses to Protesters Disrupt Acting Homeland Security Secretary

  1. Katie says:

    Sounded like these goons are for the invasion.

  2. galen says:

    A good thing we are committed to fighting communism. This is quite a terrible display of the university’s brainwashing. These were robots cheering on the unending invasion. I can just see their cool lib professors egging them on, coaching. As the zios took over academia (and everything else) we see it turned into a communist wet-dream. I think of Socrates who cherished critical thought and original ideas. He would not like these vicious automatons. He was anti-state and discouraged democracy. They killed him.



    • galen says:

      Socrates, at his trial, was asked what his punishment should be. He recommended a hefty salary and free dinners for life. Ha!! They found him guilty of corrupting the minds of young people and of impiety against the state.

      I believe he fully earned the title “Father of Philosophy.” At his trial he said: “Anyone on the jury who thinks he ought to retreat from philosophy must also think soldiers should retreat when it seems likely that they will be killed in battle.” He knew he had to go the distance.

      Just a smidgen of what he left:

      “An unexamined life is not worth living.”

      “One thing only I know, and that is that I know nothing.”

      “When the debate is over, slander becomes the tool of the loser.”

      “Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.”

      “Beware the barrenness of a busy life.”

      “To find yourself, think for yourself.”

      “He is a man of courage who does not run away, but remains at his post and fights against the enemy.”

      On that second one, one could ask, if he knew nothing, how come he said so much. Ha!! Maybe he was just talkin’ about existence itself.


      • Martist says:

        He was maybe just being inquisitive? He knew nothing but to get answers, you have to be able to talk about things. Question authority. Free speech. 😉

        • galen says:

          Thanks, Martist. Agree. So much good can come from communicating.

          Since you responded to this, I will share a poem about him by Goldie Morales that I’ve carried with me for many, many years. I hope you like it:


          There is no doubt you felt the subtle jest
          Of judgement placed on you that fatal day
          When erring men befogged with thoughts of decay
          Were vain enough to think they met the test
          Of knowing right and wrong – You faced the west
          As if you knew how many honors lay
          Upon your path which carried you away
          To the eternal land of speechless rest

          Herein is found the huge immortal joke,
          The death which was to end your every thought
          Has made a laurel crown for them and brought
          To them a deathless fame – At one swift stroke
          Your name among the great was crystallized,
          And took a place among them glorified.


  3. Martist says:

    Thank you, Galen. Something to ponder. I read it 3x already and need a few more!

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