Scenes from the Tibetan March 10th, 2015 Protest Against Chinese Communist Party at SF City Hall

Attended by Nancy Pelosi, Ross Mirkarimi and John Avalos.

(In years past, protests like these have taken place at the Chinese Consulate at Geary and Laguna. I wonder how Nancy Pelosi’s cell phone(s) would have done against a Man In The Middle (MITM) hack attack coming from inside the consulate, which of course is the locus of spycraft in Northern California. My GMail got hacked several hours after I checked out a Tibetan protest while carrying a Galaxy S1 years ago – this was the only time Google has ever contacted me about its concerns over possible hacking. Coincidence or not, I take out the battery of my new(er) phone when I’m walking about the area, which isn’t all that much these days, since, you know, there are fewer protests there these days. Even at this one yesterday, I was just passing through and happened to notice all the commotion. Needless to say, this kind of thing is very off-message for area “friends” of the Consulate, such as Ed Lee and the powerful and influential Rose Pak.)

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2 Responses to “Scenes from the Tibetan March 10th, 2015 Protest Against Chinese Communist Party at SF City Hall”

  1. Einstein says:

    I can’t add anything to your assessment that I wasn’t already thinking. I too am shocked that China-centric city hall allowed this to take place.
    Tibet is as much a part of China as the Malvinas and Gibraltar are a part of England.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    I think if you jump through the hoops, pretty much anybody can have a rally on the City Hall steps. I’m sure the Ed Lee people would have him avoid this kind of thing.

    Oh, and Nancy Pelosi, that’s a big deal.

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