The occasion is the annual Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres organized by various Marxist groups, whose 31st event will take place 8-10th of October.
The target of the attacks is the bishop's church of the city where the annual meeting takes place. This year Rosario, with a million inhabitants, which is the third largest city in Argentina after Buenos Aires and Cordoba.
With naked upper bodies,
radical feminists - supported by male left-wing extremists - like Furies, attempted to storm the cathedral on Sunday evening. Walls were built around the church by the Catholic side. Before that, Catholic men gathered together and formed a living shield, while the attackers insulted them with insult and curses.
Although every year the attack on the Episcopal Church is the "highlight" of the left-wing extremist spectacle, the security measures of the state were little more than meager. The police, charged with the protection of the church, allowed the demonstrators to dismantle the defenses in front of their eyes. It was only late that the police dispersed the attack with tear gas and rubber bullets. Throughout the demonstration, violence, vandalism and material damage had taken place. Hundreds of shop windows were broken, garbage containers were lit, street barricades erected, slogans were written on house walls and asphalt.
The terrifying hate was revealed by stones, bottles, and iron shells, which were hurled against the police and supporters by the violent protesters, because they kept them from the storming of the cathedral.
The half-naked abortionists mocked the pope and shouted, "We want to abort. No pig controls our bodies." There were banners like, "No Revolution without Feminism" and "The Church in the Trash."
The following chant was heard:
"We swear, the churches will burn".
The civil war-like conditions in the town of Rosario caused by radical feminists and other left-wing extremists, with significant material damage, convey a sense of what would have happened in the cathedral if the wild mob had gained access.
Although the Marxist demonstrators are the attackers, photographing the "adversaries", whether of the Catholic prayer or the police, seems to be a kind of superstitious, left-wing extremist ritual.
The following two videos deliver first pictures of the unleashed mob last Sunday. The third video shows the assault two years ago against the praying Catholics who protected their cathedral, to give an impression of what happened in front of the cathedral this year. Because of the scenes shown, sensitive people are discouraged from the viewing.
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