Yesterday a couple friends and I went to Lucky & Lucky (Chinese, surprised?) for lunch. Directly across the street is the main office for the University of CA. The maintenance people are outside on strike. I honestly couldn't tell what for though.
There was the obligatory call and answer chants being lead by someone with a megaphone. What I heard went something like this:
"Mmhhmmfhala lada bladador!"
"We want Jews!"
Now, the croud was shouting, so they may have been thirsty and I didn't see any iron crosses or swastikas, so they may have been shouting "We want juice," but that's not what it sounded like.
I have nothing against voicing your opinion and making known unfair working conditions. After all, that's what this country is about: freedom and rights.
All I'm saying is that if you're going to protest and have a mass group chant, you need to have a spotter. Someone who can walk down the street a couple hundred yards or so and come back to tell you "We really need to change this up or we're not going to get a pay raise, we're going to get rabbis and yalmukas."