Pro-Palestine Protesters Disrupt Macy’s Day Parade

Pro-Palestinian protestors disrupted New York City’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, with some yelling and singing “Palestine will be free” and others gluing themselves to the street along the parade route.

One group of demonstrators marched down the parade route in Midtown Manhattan, waving a banner that read, “Liberation for Palestine and Planet.” They advocated for the abolition of fossil fuels while also supporting Palestinians in Gaza.

To disrupt the parade, protesters dressed in white jumpsuits, bathed themselves in red liquid, and superglued their hands to the ground. The boos of the crowd lining the walkway drown out the chants.

Officers from the NYPD were spotted pulling protesters off the roadway and transporting them away from the site so that the parade could proceed.

Protesters held up Palestinian flags and held pro-Palestinian signs and sang a variety of chants, including “From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free.”

Many protesters chanted, “There is only one solution, intifada revolution,” while others called for a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war.

However, there could be a surprise for those that use the genocidal phrase, according to Dr. Eli David.

“A Jewish lawyer in the US got the trademark for ‘From the river to the sea, Palestine will be free’,” Dr. David said. “He plans to sue anyone who uses it,” he added with a laughing emoji.

That would truly be something to give thanks about.

By Melinda Davies
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6 months ago

No 1 cares, except maybe the cerebraly Dead!

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