Jonathan Constantine has video of Norman Finkelstein at UC Irvine’s latest antisemitic hatefest (sponsored by Muslim student groups who cheer his every pronouncement in the clip): Finkelstein Angered By Hardball Question, Calls for Military Destruction of Israel - CAMPUS WATCH, Part of the Red County Network.
Coming soon to the University of California Irvine, where an official investigation claimed there was no antisemitism among the school’s Islamic student groups: MSU ‘Anti-Israel’ Week; May 7 - May 15.
Click the picture below to see the full poster, featuring a photoshopped image of the Israeli security barrier covered in blood, and a list of scheduled speakers; an all-star cast of ranting freaks, Islamists, leftist useful idiots, and failed academics like the odious Norman Finkelstein.
A great photo essay on the dwindling hordes of International ANSWER and their latest pathetic tantrum in Los Angeles, at Ringo’s Pictures: AntiWar Protest last March 15, 2008 in Hollywood.
When it comes to covering moronic convergences, Charles Ryder of Age of Hooper is the zombie of the east coast, bypassing all those boring speeches they show on C-SPAN and focusing right in on the good stuff.
Bad protest songs! Really bad protest songs! Infantile cheerleading chants! The drum circles! The horrible drum circles! Lesbians! Prostitutes! Pogo sticks! Giant puppets on stilts!
UPDATE at 9/16/07 12:09:27 pm:
For another account of the demonstrations, see Jack Langer at Human Events: Saturday Antiwar Protests Fizzle.
And see Michelle Malkin for more coverage of the Gathering of Eagles counter-protest.
Age of Hooper was at the ANSWER Coalition’s moronic convergence in Washington DC today; apparently the moonbats were really acting out, and he’s promising more photos and video, but here’s a teaser.
Mrs. Claus might be surprised to know what hubby’s up to.
Judging from the sparse attendance at recent International ANSWER demonstrations, maybe they should avail themselves of the services of Erento.com: Need a Demonstrator? Now You Can Rent Them Online. (Hat tip: Larry.)
A German Web site has come up a novel niche market — renting out demonstrators for public protests. Good-looking protestors can help an organization get its political message to the public for as little as 145 Euros a day.