I like Puerto Rican protests, they bring lots of music with them, they all get together and agree to dance well as they shout the slogans and they bring noise, flags, and flair. And they shout in Spanish in the American city of Capitalism and bankers. A great thing...
The only dumb one is people who keep saying 'we don't give a shit'. Because you continue to be that indifferent when the violence comes it will be a new story. Unfortunately, American white terrorists are plentiful. They shoot innocent people in Walmarts. The Puerto Ricans protest with some style and they get pissed off? Dumb I would say.
@BigSteve you make foolish statements. NYC has some of the largest Puerto Rican population in the USA. In fact, in NYC history there was a point in which 10% of NYC was Puerto Rican approximately. It is part of the Puerto Rican diaspora. There are about 3.5 million Puerto Ricans on the island. There are about 5+ million in the states. New York has a very large group of Puerto Ricans. They chant and protest in Spanish in New York.
Puerto Rico if allowed to vote would have more representation than 21 US states and if you count the diaspora? You are looking at about 8.5 million people and that is not counting the ones in South America, Latin America, Spain, etc. For a small place, it has a lot of people in many places. It is not the Boricuas fault that you don't know much.
For those of you wanting to know what the chanting is about it is this:
Ricky resign, and take that tyrant banker panel with you!
Ooh, it looks like the Puerto Ricans don't like the bootlicker statehood corrupt asshole governor and the American appointed greedy panel of bankers....ooh, they are into ousting the ones 'in charge'. I wonder if they are gonna vote for Trump next year? I don't think so....once they are in a state of the union and register? They can vote....and they won't be voting Big Steve's way. Ha haha.
I also used to like the delicious food they would bring to the protests and then dance some more, play music, sing some great slogans and then take a break, and come back the next day. I used to lead some of those slogans....and musical protests....one guy got pissed at me and tried to oust me and the Puerto Rican men threw his body over the bench and he landed on his ass...
Oh, Puerto Rican alborotos
, memories, like the corners of my mind, misty water-colored memories of making dumb racist pendejo Americans upset.....lol.