You too can become a PAID professional protester

SERIOUSLY, if you have the right skills and desires, you too can join the President in getting paid to help destroy the United States – Read it HERE

The WFP is seeking immediate hires.

You must be an energetic communicator, with a passion for social and economic justice.

Only outgoing, articulate dedicated, determined candidates will be considered for the positions.

For those candidates that qualify WFP offers substantial paid-training provided by senior leadership, on varied issues such as: advocacy, public speaking, mobilizing, fundraising, networking and organizing. We invest in passionate people with excellent communication skills and a full benefits package is offered to those candidates that qualify. In addition, there is opportunity for advancement and travel to our satellite chapters and out of state affiliates.

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7 Responses to You too can become a PAID professional protester

  1. notamobster says:

    Wow. A job, agitating for the next 20 years. Irony so thick, you could cut it with a knife…

    Paying someone – wages and benefits – to call for the end of (wages and benefits) capitalism.

    • Tammy Shultz says:

      How do I apply to be a paid protester. This would be a good job for me, I even protest at work.

  2. Patricia Stewart says:

    Now that I’ve retired I need to protest that I had to work for forty years, raise my children and pay for my food and home. People don’t do that anymore. The government keeps them up. It even tell them what kind of baby cereal they can buy. They don’t even have to choose.. seriously

  3. thomas levrier says:

    I am interested in being a paid protester on a part time basis

  4. David Fields says:

    Y’all sound so jealous! Bet you can’t do something like this, it isn’t in you to define what social justice is, much less work towards that goal

    • C. L. says:

      I don’t believe you would accept a truthful definition of what social justice truly is. It’s a very ugly thing. Thinking of social justice as a goal is my first clue that you have no idea at all what it is. One clue – whenever you put a word in front of justice, you end up with no justice at all.

      Unless I misunderstood, and your comment was a complement to those of us who want nothing to do with social justice.

    • notamobster says:

      Great point CL!

      Any time you put qualifiers in front of justice, you have an agenda, and therefore no justice.