Anti-Israel Activists Finally Protesting the Media That Supports the Gaza Genocide

Finally, the anti-Israel protesters are getting to the root of the problem: the US government is responsible for what is going on in Gaza, and the US government is only able to operate as it does because of its control of the media.

If it wasn’t for the media, not even the most lead-brained, fat boomer evangelical would be able to formulate an excuse for what the Jews are doing to these kids in Gaza.

New York Post:

A swarm of anti-Israel protesters early Thursday targeted the New York Times’ printing facility in Queens and accused the center of manufacturing “consent for genocide.”

The protesters descended on the 300,000-square-foot printing hub in College Point — which also publishes the New York Post and is one of the largest in the US — shortly before 1 a.m. and littered the access road to the building with rocks and other debris to prevent trucks from collecting newspapers for morning delivery.

They were carrying signs that read “Stop the presses. Free Palestine” and “Consent for genocide is manufactured here.”

Besides The Post and the Times, the facility is responsible for printing the Wall Street Journal, Newsday and USA Today.

Cops managed to peacefully disperse the protesters by 3:30 a.m.

The NYPD reported making no arrests at the scene.

The cops are probably afraid of inflaming the crowds at this point.

These protests are getting bigger, not smaller, and they are getting much better organized.

They are targeting the right people.

Now, all we need to do is get these people to understand why the US government and media are so obsessed with defending everything Israel does.

(The answer is not complicated and it cannot be denied once it is said.)

These protests need to turn from being “anti-Zionist” to “anti-Jewish,” and everything is going in that direction.

It’s all unfolding exactly as I would have wanted it to.

Of course, it’s a democracy, so a protest doesn’t mean anything. No democracy government or private democracy company is going to change anything because you complained about it.

But the bigger protests get, and the longer they go on, the closer they get to spinning out of control and turning into something else entirely.

Eventually, the protesters realize that the government will not respond to any of these demands, no matter how hard they protest, and they start doing other things.