One Little Saigon protest ends as another continues

The O.C. Register is reporting that the anti-commie protests in Little Saigon, at the offices of Viet Weekly magazine, are finally over! It’s about time.

“The protests began in July when community members objected to some of the Weekly’s pro-communist opinion pieces and demanded that publisher Le Vu change his coverage and writing style,” according to the O.C. Register.

Apparently the protesters felt that Viet Weekly was pro-communist. Really? Did someone forget to tell them that we have a free press in this country? That their actions were anti-freedom – and that protesting the freedom of the press is something real Commies would be proud of?

The protesters will continue to protest at Nguoi Viet Daily News. “Protesters say they were offended by a photo of a foot spa painted in the color of the South Vietnamese flag, which was published in their Lunar New Year edition,” according to the O.C. Register.

So the protesters are also into censuring artists. Nice. At least they are consistent. Consistently anti-freedom that is.

Maybe these protesters need to find out what Commies have done historically – you know kill reporters, kill artists, kill intellectuals… The Little Saigon protesters ARE the Commies!

BTW, If you are wondering why I put up a picture of the Vietnam flag on this post, it’s because I CAN. This is a free country. It would appear that the Little Saigon protesters haven’t figured that out yet.

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