Who Is Funding This Chaos? Pro-Palestinian Protesters Attempt To Paralyze Chicago O'Hare, Golden Gate Bridge

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by Tyler Durden
Monday, Apr 15, 2024 - 06:35 PM

Update (1445ET): 

Hours after pro-Palestinian protesters sparked chaos at Terminal 1 at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, another likely unit of the group has shuttered part of the Golden Gate Bridge. 

X account "Collin Rugg" says:

Pro-Palestine protesters have blocked the Golden Gate Bridge just hours after another group shut down lanes at Chicago O'Hare airport. 

The protest reportedly started in Oakland where they blocked lanes and chained themselves to barrels. 

Now, all southbound direction lanes of the Golden Gate Bridge are blocked causing miles of traffic. 

Protesters say the protests are a part of a "worldwide economic blockade in solidarity with Palestine." 

These pro-Palestinian groups are running around the country, causing chaos and disruption to critical infrastructure, such as airports and bridges. This reminds us of when the communist group Black Lives Matter sparked chaos during Covid. 

Who are these pro-Palestinian protesters? And who are they being funded by? 

Well, there are concerns that a little-known international organization called Samidoun could be behind the latest demonstrations shutting down American infrastructure. The Israeli government declared Samidoun a terrorist organization in 2021.

"They support terrorism, and they want to gain public opinion — support — for terrorism," Yossi Kuperwasser, the former chief of the research division in the Israel Defense Forces' military intelligence unit, recently said. 

ActiveFence Research sheds more color on Samidoun: 

Meanwhile, some X users are asking why the US and or Canadian governments are ignoring these 'pro-Hamas' groups running around causing economic disruptions to critical infrastructure. 

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Pro-Palestinian protesters are blocking Terminal 1 at Chicago O'Hare International Airport on Monday morning, causing chaos for travelers trying to catch flights. 

Local media outlet ABC7 reports that "all lanes were blocked on I-190 west between Bessie Coleman Drive and the airport." 

CBS News says "Organizers were seeking to disrupt Boeing's operations, because the company sells weapons to Israel, and to demand an end to the US government's arming of Israel." 

Earlier this month, a pro-Palestinian group attacked at least one Western defense company in the UK that makes critical components for F-35 stealth fighter jets.

It's Monday morning. Don't these protesters have jobs? Unless they are paid by shadowy groups or NGOs to create chaos.