lol... your challenge is non sequitur. People have right to protest and disobey whatever form of government they choose to protest and disobey. Neither you nor I get to play the thought police in terms of deciding what, where, and when people get to disobey and protest.
As for your philosophical definition of rights and protest, it is meaningless to this discussion. Without government there is no recognition of rights. I don't accept Natural Rights Philosophy as a logical explanation of the world or a sociological explanation of recorded and substantive human behavior. We know a lot more about ancient humans and human life prior to modern concepts of government and economic fairness than we did in the time of Enlightenment Thinkers.