Apparently it slipped the minds of the chinless morons known as the “comrades” that the very system that they and their families have benefited from is the system they are rioting against.
Their Upper East Side Manhattan life of private schools, yacht clubs, and modeling careers are just the kind of garish opulence that their pals at Antifa are fighting to bring down. But hey, if gullible self-destructive and self-loathing rich kids with horrible upbringings want to join in, why should Antifa turn down their masochistic activism?
These hilariously termed “revolutionaries” were arrested for rioting at a New Afrikan Black Panther Party rally, taking a snooze from their spoiled brat existences to be a part of the mayhem.
The seven idiots had their mug shots tweeted by the NYPD early Wednesday, days after being collared for smashing storefront windows in the NYC Flatiron District.
They were nabbed during a protest organized by the Panthers and the Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement. These are radical Left groups who, if not using these adolescent gits as pawns, would be calling for their beheading in a public square, preferably by guillotine. Here are the little darlings, in all their unintentionally comic tough guy poses.
On Friday, September 4th, these individuals were arrested for rioting during demonstrations in Manhattan. They were part of a large group breaking storefront windows. Our investigation into this incident continues. pic.twitter.com/J1h1C2XCfh
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) September 8, 2020
Including ring-leader Christina Kraebber (upper left), the daughter of an architect and a child psychiatrist with a second home in Connecticut, all the others arrested also appear to come from very wealthy backgrounds. This led one police official to call their actions “the height of hypocrisy.” Notice they’re all women save one. Can you imagine the raging estrogen psychosis of these gorgons, as various crazed feminists careen off the walls at their Bolshevik confabs?
And the lone guy? Frank Fuhrmeister (top row), 30, of Stuyvesant Heights, is charged with rioting and possession of a graffiti instrument. Frank is a freelance art director who’s worked for Pepsi, Samsung and Glenlivet, among other posh brands. Yeah, those female-led commie gabfests must go down much better after you’re completely toasted on Glenlivet. Frank’s most recent address is a McMansion on Reed Island Drive in the city’s tony Beacon Hills and Harbour Neighborhood. Oh yeah, Frank is at one with the masses.
Adi Sragovich (bottom row, far right) is a student at the elite leftist Sarah Lawrence College and majors in credit card and nose job. Okay, I made that up. Who knows what this harpy studies? Obviously, nothing of any productive use to society.
“She hasn’t been terribly in touch, she’s been off doing her own thing,” said her mom, who seems to think vandalism and violent rioting are her daughter’s “own thing.” Given the hippy parlance and slow-witted analysis of her progeny’s activities, we can see where Adi gets it from.
Another upscale Bolshevik is Claire Severine (top row, far right), 27, who lives in Washington Heights and was charged with rioting. She also is a signed model with the We Speak agency, whose models jet between Montreal, Quebec, and Dublin, Ireland, for shoots. All those fashion shows and private jet travel must have really traumatized her. As we’ve said before, virulent self-loathing, not politics, is the real reason they riot against a system that has given them so much. For them, I guess its cheaper than a psychiatrist.
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This piece was written by David Kamioner on September 10, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.
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