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Black Lives Matter Boston Protests Outside Of Mayor Walsh’s Empty Home, Vandalize Columbus Statue

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If you think the Black Lives Matter Worcester folks are a dumpster fire, wait until you check out their comrades in Boston. They’re like the Worcester hippies on steroids. They’ve supported the terrorist who was killed by the FBI in Roslindale, and protested for the worthless piece of human garbage who shot officer John Moynihan in the face. But last night they kicked it up a notch with a legendary protest outside of Mayor Marty Walsh’s home and by defacing the Christopher Columbus statue in the North End.


Yea, let’s start with the protest outside of Marty Walsh’s home. Now I’m not an expert on protesting, but shouldn’t the first thing you do when protesting outside of Marty Walsh’s home, is make sure that Marty Walsh is home when you go there? Doesn’t it defeat the purpose if you’re protesting loudly outside of an empty house? A quick Google search could’ve saved these geniuses a lot of time:

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Now we’ll have plenty of time to get into this whole Olympics thing later on. It’s a divisive issue and the majority seem to oppose the Olympics coming to Boston in 2024. We don’t need to get into a whole thing about it right now, but our take is pretty simple. Whining about what traffic is gonna be like over a three week period over nine years from now, seems like a pretty dumb reason to keep keep the greatest athletic spectacle that has ever existed out of Massachusetts. Newsflash – you have NINE FUCKING YEARS to plan out your travel. If you get caught in traffic and miss your doctor’s appointment because of the Olympics traffic, then that one’s on you champ.

Anyway, now that we’ve established that these Boston hippies aren’t very good at planning their protests, let’s talk about what big assholes they are. I mean, they THOUGHT Marty Walsh was gonna be home, so their intentions were shitty. Let’s suppose Marty Walsh was home – what good would that accomplish? Waking him and his family up in the middle of the night? You actually think that’s gonna persuade him to see your point of view? Do you honestly think he would change his mind because ten dooshnozzles started singing songs at 3 AM?


No, of course not. Because at the end of the day these people are terrorists. Nothing more, nothing less. Their entire purpose is to keep normal, decent, civilized human beings from carrying on with their day to day activities, including sleep. Their goal isn’t to prevent the Olympics from coming to Boston, it’s to get people to notice them. They are self-serving narcissists and they need to be exiled to an abandoned island in Boston Harbor where they can’t hurt anyone else.

Oh yea, and newsflash hippies – the “No Boston Olympics” movement doesn’t need you. It’s a well organized machine with a lot of important people behind it who wear suits instead of thong sandles. It also represents the mentality of the majority Boston residents. THEY DON’T NEED YOU!!!

Ya see, your Pope’s new army, which consists of some ragtags and crusty bitches, were the ones who led the I-93 blockade because no normal, self-respecting person would ever involve themselves in a spectacle like that. Therefore you had to take charge of that shitshow. But protesting the Olympics? Your services are not required. This is far from a done deal, and people who actually matter will be fighting the Olympics for you. The best thing you can do is sit down and shut up. Or get a job. LOL, I know, I dream.

As for the Columbus statue, I recognize that Christopher Columbus wasn’t a great dude. I also recognize the fact that he didn’t “discover” the new world. It was already there the whole time and people were inhabiting it.

But here’s a quick history lesson for the hippies – that’s how ownership of land worked in 1492. Countries kill people in other countries for land. If you wanted land, you had to kill the people that lived on that land already. It doesn’t make it right, it just makes it reality. It’s the reason political maps of Europe look completely different every 100 years. And the countries who gain the land are the ones with the better weapons. Because make no mistake about it – if the Native Americans had the technology and weaponry that Columbus and crew had, they would’ve killed them all and sent their heads back to Europe. We live in the most advanced country on earth with hospitals, roads, medicine, and colleges, because the Europeans won. Those are facts.

The bottom line is, regardless of how you feel about Christopher Columbus, you don’t have the right to destroy a public monument because you saw a hashtag on Twitter.

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28 Comment(s)
  • Devils Mouthpiece
    July 3, 2015 at 7:40 am


  • Bostonhater1
    July 2, 2015 at 11:47 pm

    The money will go to city contractor, who have side deals with the crooked and corrupt goverment in Boston. Cheap labor will be brought in and the blue collar “commonfolk” in the rest of the state will not see a dime. We do not have hotels, they have already said that the rowing will be on the Charles, not Quinsigamond- ranked well in the top 5 rowing venues in the nation! Not too mention the possible damage and changes to the Boston Common- a historical landmark. It sickens me to think that people think we will make any profit off of this. Educate yourselves. The only people who make money is the IOC and NBC and the sponsors. Any host city has always ended up in debt after the Olympics. That’s a fact, plain and simple. Us “commomfolk” will pay for it for the next fifty years. I’d love to see these events, but it will be on t.v because I certainly cannot afford to see them live. And Turtleboy- I typically agree with you, but when has any project in this state been corrected in under ten years? Big Dig, Mass Pike fees, hell it took nearly four years for them to figure out a way to let pot clinics open. We still don’t have casinos either. 9 years to solve a 50 plus year traffic issue in Boston? It’ll take em 9 years to figure out how to do it.

  • Common Sense Isn't So Common
    July 1, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    The reality is the state sets their tax rate and your local town or city then sets their own. Does anyone really think you personally pay for all these giant government projects? Will your paycheck if you earn one go down? There will be a lot of people who will make a shitload of money in there own means on the Olympics and 95% of them will be working men and woman and not rich know it all’s. From the guy who sells t- shirts to the hot dog vendor. Have some balls….

    • Maggie the Cat
      July 3, 2015 at 11:27 am

      To Common Sense: I think you’re missing the big picture on taxation. The legislature can institute “emergency” taxes on anything, and they can quietly raise taxes on utilities such as electricity, water and sewer rates. They can raise state fees on everything from driver’s license renewal to registrations to excise taxes to auto registration renewals (though of course they won’t raise these for illegal immigrants), to parking garage property taxes to, well, you name it. There are hidden taxes everywhere, so when prices go up because of the taxes you’ll still be paying them. The kinds of taxes you memtioned, like property taxes, could easily rise as well if the legislature decides to divert funds from school programs. These tax rises will all be presented as being absolute necessities or “emergency measures”. Even if they are promoted as “temporary”, they’ll be affecting the taxpayers of this state for years to come.

      Therefore, I can assure you that you will pay more in taxes if the Olympics are held in MA than you would otherwise pay. As for the t-shirt and souvenir selling people, those aren’t real jobs that will last…and I bet a lot of them won’t even report their incomes. The IOC will insist on its cut of the proceeds, of course, so the fees for vendor licenses will go to them.

      The Olympics will just make a few rich guys richer and the rest of the taxpayers poorer. (I would have said “make the rest of us poorer” except that we plan to be out of this state before the SHTF.)

  • BobnMic
    July 1, 2015 at 9:09 pm

    Boston and it’s surrounding towns and cities have always been smart with decision making going back to the birth of our nation. We know right from wrong and we will not and have not in the past gave in to outside pressure / influences. Thus in retrospect we now have the United States of America. Pretty cool thing if you ask me. This being said on the eve of the forth of July.

    So with that being said I say NO to the Olympics coming here in Boston and surrounding towns and cities unless it does not cost us one fucking dime. And we all know that that is not to going to happen so I say see ya later Olympics.

    The fucking Big Dig fiasco was enough of a financial cluster fuck for us to handle in one lifetime. Plus the Mass Pike was supposed to be free by now but holy shit no. Enough is enough.

    We have had enough here but thanks for considering us.

    • oneopinion
      July 1, 2015 at 10:12 pm

      Definitely no. This thing would get done Massachusetts style; overbudget and late if even complete which wouldn’t be fair to Mass State tax payers or Federal payers. Non payers can watch the show from wherever they sit all day. I agree with TB that Olympics in Mass would be epic…

  • Common Sense Isn't So Common
    July 1, 2015 at 8:44 pm

    I’d like to think judging by these anti Olympic comments that I’m not the only one who was old enough to remember “The Miracle On Ice” and seen it with my own eyes on tape delay of course ( which is exactly how everyone in this area saw it on that miraculous day). However we thought it was live because we didn’t have today’s information highway. As a 10 year old it was invigorating and motivational for any who watched. The Soviet Union was the big bad wolf or bear as they where known. We hated them because every Tuesday in school you had to get under your desk while the alarm sirens blasted throughout the city. Weekly drill. Anyways bring the Olympics to Boston, who gives a shit about the cost. We bitched about the cost of the Big Dig for a while until getting to Logan became real fucking easy. Two billion to 27 Billion but shit I can get to Logan in an hr. Something Miraculous may happen and there is no price on that…..U…S….A……U….S….A

    • oneopinion
      July 1, 2015 at 9:29 pm

      I sure don’t forget the big dig. I might not have even been born when that started but I’m one of the lucky few that will pay over a million dollars per foot to accommodate snobs in city that isn’t worth the trouble. Ted Kennedy got a road built under a city. Louisiana couldn’t get money to keep seawater out. Spurts?

  • Maggie the Cat
    July 1, 2015 at 7:03 pm

    I’m against the Olympics because I don’t want to pay for an ego trip for a bunch of rich guys who thought this was a good idea. Of course, I have no intention of going to Boston for anything either during the construction process or the Olympics itself. But if I lived in Boston or the nearby cities, I’d be mad as hell if I or someone I loved had to get to a hospital and the ambulance couldn’t get through.

    This is just an ego trip for a few people who think they’re smarter than everyone else because they’re rich. They don’t understand that just having money doesn’t mean they are smart. Obviously they’re not smart, because having the Olympics in Boston is a stupid idea. And don’t go thinking the people west of Rte. 128 won’t end up paying for this; they will.

  • Areyouserious?!
    July 1, 2015 at 6:34 pm

    I, like most rational people, oppose the Olympics in Boston because the Olympics end up costing the host city/state millions, if not billions, of dollars that are picked up by the tax payer. We simply cannot afford it. BUT if the Black Lives Matter people are against it too then I feel like now I must be for it because they NEVER have any good ideas.

    • GoneWestButNotSoft
      July 2, 2015 at 12:45 pm

      Do you know how much money I’M going to make selling bootleg Cheers gear and Boston Baked Beans?

    • Bostonhater1
      July 2, 2015 at 11:25 pm

      I can’t agree with you more. If Boston wants the Olympics, thats great. However, the only way is if the rest of the state will not assume the burden of the expense. This state is so Boston-centric, anything beyond Framingham is farm country to them. We paid for the Big Dig (which only benefited north and south of Boston) and we have been continuosly underfunded and ignored. I understand that Boston is the capitol, however they need to realize that they sit upon a former swamp and are no better than the rest of us. The handling of the Patriots parade was the final straw for me. It is the New England Patriots, not the Boston Patriots. Those yuppies don’t even watch football. I would have no problem living in the Commonwealth of Western Massachusetts at all.

  • RJ
    July 1, 2015 at 6:28 pm

    The joke is on them! That statue is going to be cleaned up using their tax dollars! Ha hahahaha!

    Oh, right. They don’t pay taxes. Touché, hippies. Touché.

  • RSoxGuy
    July 1, 2015 at 4:02 pm

    BLM, you guys had the attention of the nation for a split second and let the asshats amongst you step forward and ruing it for you.

    You could have done something. You could have proven something but instead you made asses of yourselves and now nobody will care what you say because youve blown it. Blockinh highways, delaying ambulances and EMS, demanding over the top bullshit, defacing public/private property then crying when people label you by your actions.

    Dont want to be called animals or savages? STOP ACTING LIKE ONE

  • Leo
    July 1, 2015 at 3:32 pm

    I wouldn’t say that a majority of Bostonians oppose the Olympics, just a loud and well-organized minority.

  • Finnish Goalie
    July 1, 2015 at 3:05 pm

    So, should this vandalism of the Columbus statue be viewed as an attack upon the Italian American community of Boston?

  • WormtownorBust
    July 1, 2015 at 2:47 pm

    You can’t accommodate the left on social issues. You can’t accommodate it on fiscal issues. You can’t do it. Period.

    The left exists to destroy you. It does not seek to co-exist with you. Its existence would lose all meaning. Any common ground will be used to temporarily achieve a goal before the useful idiots are kicked to the curb and denounced as bigots who are holding back progress.

    The purpose of power is power. The left is not seeking to achieve a set of policy goals before kicking back and having a beer. The policy goals are means of destroying societies, nations and peoples before taking over. If you allow it a policy goal, it will ram that goal down your throat. It will implement it as abusively as it can possibly can before it moves on to the next battle.

    It’s not about black lives. It’s not about justice. It’s about power.

    More fundamentally it’s about the difference in human nature between the people who want to be left alone and those who want power over others.

    You can’t work out a truce with tyrants. You can give in or stand up to them. There’s nothing else.

    • Leo
      July 1, 2015 at 3:32 pm

      ^^ Exactly what this guy said, and said well.

    • No Douche Wins
      July 1, 2015 at 7:19 pm

      Exactly true. Golf clap.

    • BobnMic
      July 1, 2015 at 9:25 pm

      So well written thank you.

      • BobnMic
        July 1, 2015 at 10:23 pm

        Fucking LOVE that last line most of all WormtownorBust. That is really all about life is it not?

        • BobnMic
          July 1, 2015 at 10:35 pm

          “You can’t work out a truce with tyrants. You can give in or stand up to them. There’s nothing else.” from WormtownorBust.

          That just made my 4th of July and I thank you so much.

  • Dude
    July 1, 2015 at 2:17 pm

    I have a life-long goal of seeing all the major sporting events from around the world. Boston getting the bid would get me one step closer to that (not to mention Worcester would get handball, so I could just walk to the thing).


    • WormtownorBust
      July 1, 2015 at 2:41 pm

      The Olympics have been irrelevant for decades.

      • Wabbitt
        July 1, 2015 at 5:42 pm

        Well, now that the ages of the gymnasts have been increasing from prepubescent to late teens, there’s at least some potential spank bank material.

        • oneopinion
          July 1, 2015 at 9:17 pm

          Here’s proof positive TB doesn’t delete comments.

          • oneopinion
            July 1, 2015 at 9:20 pm

            *except when I personally ask for my comment to be taken down because I post gibberish after I take my Ambien.

          • Wabbitt
            July 2, 2015 at 6:20 am

            Because apparently it’s wrong to spank it to 18 and 19 year olds.

            Jeez, I’m not that pedo on the church field trip – I’m not talking about those obviously 11 year old Chinese girls that Bela Karolyi was screaming about a couple of Olympics ago. I’m talking about, for example, the Woo’s own Alicia Sacramone; who was 21 at the 2008 Olympics. And a total junior smokeshow.

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