Tell Me What Democracy Looks Like — This Is What Democracy Looks Like!
Not My President!
Whose Streets? Our Streets!
Save Our Planet!
The People United Will Never Be Defeated!
No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA!
Anything They Can Do We Can Do Better!
D.C. – Shut It Down!
New York Hates You!
She Got More Votes!
We Reject the President Elect!
Fuck Your Towers, Fuck Your Wall!
Trump – You’re Fired!
My Body My Choice – Her Body Her Choice!
He’s Racist, He’s Sexist, He Doesn’t Represent Us!
Out of Your House and Into the Streets!
Hey Hey, Ho Ho, Misogyny Has Got to Go!
(Bleep) Donald Trump!
(Posted live “11/9”)
Note: According to Wikipedia, Ruptly “is a video news agency financed by the Russian government, specializing in video on demand belonging to the Russian-based RT televised news network based in Berlin, Germany.”
According to Stanislav Lunev, GRU alone spent more than $1 billion for the peace movements against Vietnam War, which was a “hugely successful campaign and well worth the cost”. Lunev claimed that “the GRU and the KGB helped to fund just about every antiwar movement and organization in America and abroad”.
The World Peace Council was established on the orders of the Communist Party of the USSR in the late 1940s and for over forty years carried out campaigns against western, mainly American, military action. Many organisations controlled or influenced by Communists affiliated to it. According to Oleg Kalugin,
… the Soviet intelligence [was] really unparalleled. … The [KGB] programs — which would run all sorts of congresses, peace congresses, youth congresses, festivals, women’s movements, trade union movements, campaigns against U.S. missiles in Europe, campaigns against neutron weapons, allegations that AIDS … was invented by the CIA … all sorts of forgeries and faked material — [were] targeted at politicians, the academic community, at [the] public at large. … 
It looks spontaneous, but the camera crew was right there at or near the start.
It looks organic, but the chants seem to be the same in Chicago and Philadelphia.
It looks so now, and yet it resembles something so yesterday.
Nonetheless, God bless American for supporting the broadest freedom of speech concept, law, and principle in the world.
Has the New Old Now Old Far Out and Lost Left positioned for a Next New Old Now Old Far Out and Wandering Left?
Hear their voices.
From that “Socialist Alternative” —
The victory of Donald Trump is being met with shock, fear, and anger. Especially for immigrants, muslims, people of color, women, and other oppressed people who Trump has singled out for attack, the question of how to defend themselves against the coming attacks is sharply posed.
Kolot Chayeinu/Voices of Our Lives is a Jewish congregation in Brooklyn, where doubt can be an act of faith and all hands are needed to build our community. We are creative, serious seekers who pray joyfully, wrestle with tradition,
pursue justice and refuse to be satisfied with the world as it is. As individuals of varying sexual orientations, gender identities, races, family arrangements, and Jewish identities and backgrounds, we share a commitment to the search for meaningful expressions of our Judaism in today’s uncertain world.
Far be it from BackChannels to argue with so many principles in sentiment for which it advocates (have a look near the top of the sidebar to the left).
(Live near posting, November 9, 2016)
So who and when got this protests started before it started?
This could be the coming-of-age event for a generation — but at whose hands?
BackChannels, ever mindful of Soviet Era “Active Measures” and their persistence, appears to have time more convenient for asking questions than “looking up the answers” — when the only answers are out there on the streets this evening.