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I thougth they had that software they can scan all those social media sites. They probably already know who he is.
 

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Seattle: African Immigrants Flying Flag of Terrorist Separatist Group Beat White Man in The Street



Viral video out of Seattle shows a mob of African immigrants assaulting a white man in the street while screaming racial epithets and proudly flying the flag of the terrorist separatist group the Oromo Liberation Front.



The mob is seen swarming the man outnumbering him around 7 to 1 and punching him repeatedly and kicking him while he's on the ground as shocked onlookers scream in horror.



The woman who filmed the incident is heard shouting at the top of her lungs to try and get the mob to stop and saying: "They're beating him! He's a white boy! They're beating him!"



Video of the attack appears to have first surfaced on Friday.



The assault was complete ignored by the media and was only picked up by an Ethiopian site Borkena which opposes the Oromo separatist movement.



https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61614

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Seattle: African Immigrants Flying Flag of Terrorist Separatist Group Beat White Man in The Street



Viral video out of Seattle shows a mob of African immigrants assaulting a white man in the street while screaming racial epithets and proudly flying the flag of the terrorist separatist group the Oromo Liberation Front.



The mob is seen swarming the man outnumbering him around 7 to 1 and punching him repeatedly and kicking him while he's on the ground as shocked onlookers scream in horror.



The woman who filmed the incident is heard shouting at the top of her lungs to try and get the mob to stop and saying: "They're beating him! He's a white boy! They're beating him!"



Video of the attack appears to have first surfaced on Friday.



The assault was complete ignored by the media and was only picked up by an Ethiopian site Borkena which opposes the Oromo separatist movement.



https://www.informationliberation.com/?id=61614

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$10 says that little soi boi has been out with raised fist chanting "SAY HIS NAME!" and "BLACK LIVES MATTER!".
 

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Bezo's ex just donated $1.7 billion to BLM (Democrats).

https://dailycaller.com/2020/07/28/mackenzie-bezos-movement-black-lives-abolish-police-prisons/

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Bezo's ex just donated $1.7 billion to BLM (Democrats).

https://dailycaller.com/2020/07/28/mackenzie-bezos-movement-black-lives-abolish-police-prisons/

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Fucking amazing but certainly not at all surprising. They have endless funding. What's most important is if we allow them to live long enough to spend it
 

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Bezo's ex just donated $1.7 billion to BLM (Democrats).

https://dailycaller.com/2020/07/28/mackenzie-bezos-movement-black-lives-abolish-police-prisons/

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and to think...she and her ex, became ex's while 'freeing up' corporate stock that was otherwise 'locked up'

now, weird as it seems, she gave him, her ex, she gave him back half of the money she got in their divorce settlement, so...
he used it to create a sweatshop warehouse environment while filling our highways and byways with some dangerous drivers as they negotiate being overbooked while being under-timed

and

she used some of her remaining funds to support the communists


capitalism was the perfect environment to create these people...crony-capitalism was the perfect catalyst to allow them to grow and 'reach out'

they're the enemy, so, democracy will be a great society to provide cover for them...until it isn't


they are all fully exposed, they still think we don't know...or they just don't care

:dog:
 

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and to think...she and her ex, became ex's while 'freeing up' corporate stock that was otherwise 'locked up'

now, weird as it seems, she gave him, her ex, she gave him back half of the money she got in their divorce settlement, so...
he used it to create a sweatshop warehouse environment while filling our highways and byways with some dangerous drivers as they negotiate being overbooked while being under-timed

and

she used some of her remaining funds to support the communists


capitalism was the perfect environment to create these people...crony-capitalism was the perfect catalyst to allow them to grow and 'reach out'

they're the enemy, so, democracy will be a great society to provide cover for them...until it isn't


they are all fully exposed, they still think we don't know...or they just don't care

:dog:
they don't care because we're powerless to stop them
 

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we're powerless to stop them
i'm still thinking 'they've bit off more than they can chew'

part of that idea is: they've got further to fall than any of the rest of us, that makes them vulnerable...we're, collectively, we're not spending money like we used to for a multitude of reasons, and are deep in the ignorance of not being able to spend for another month or two...some around us won't spend anything because they've got nothing but unemployement and restaurant staff won't be welcome back, in any great measure for quite some time...

on and on...but, to a degree, as most of our fiat ends up in the hands of those at the top, they're 'income flow', right now, has got to be at it's lowest point, for them, in half a century or more...their investments aren't working (they loaded up with Obamacare and that fizzled, they loaded up with Solar and subsidies, that's going away, all other values are fake and 'they' know this, they are to blame for that...they got no where to go, that's why a fund manager sits cash fat near hundred billion, just sitting there in a near zero interest fund...growing dust

anyways...it don't look good, but, the carcass ain't dead yet, it's still kicking heartily...

the US ain't done yet, a few States are staring over the edge, but their populace will figure it out when the tax bill comes...and the State will figure it out when some won't pay it because they can't pay it...

and, it still has a great core of military personnel, both ex and active, cops who know right from wrong, people of all skill levels, willing and able to help...

We've even got a Leader...

don't give up bro...:dog:
 

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Detroit at this point is a memory of itself.
A shadow reminder of what used to be.
A brain dead attempted suicide living in a long term care facility.
 

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Where George Floyd Was Killed: Solemn by Day, Violent by Night

Tim Arango and Matt Furber
The New York TimesJuly 29, 2020, 7:27 AM
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Attorney Ben Crump To File Civil Rights Lawsuit For George Floyd’s Family

MINNEAPOLIS — Still, they come — from all over the country and beyond. From New Mexico, Texas, Massachusetts. From Africa and Europe. One man even said he walked a thousand miles, all the way from Alabama, just to be in Minneapolis.

“They are coming to feel the energy and pay tribute,” said Bianca Dawkins, 28, a local resident who has met many of the visitors.

Two months after the police killing of George Floyd, the four-block area of South Minneapolis where he gasped his last breaths remains a sacred space, a no-go zone for officers. There is a neatly trimmed garden, anchored by a sculpture of a raised fist. There are colorful murals and the words “I can’t breathe” painted across the pavement, as well as the names of dozens of other Black people killed by the police.

At night, though, the space is increasingly a battleground, with shootings and drug overdoses. The area has had an uptick in gun violence similar to what other cities have seen in the wake of protests.

At all times, the neighborhood brims with emotion. In its totality, it feels like the raw center of America’s reckoning with racial injustice.

The chaos at night has presented city officials with the challenge of how to reassert control of the space without setting off new waves of anger, all while maintaining it as a solemn place to honor Floyd. In Ferguson, Missouri, where the police killing of Michael Brown set off protests in 2014, tensions were reignited when officers moved to clear out a memorial.

But in Minneapolis, at least for now, the city is moving cautiously.

“Opening up too quickly will have a devastating effect on people still mourning,” said Angela Conley, a Hennepin County commissioner, who has been leading community discussions about the future of the area where Floyd was killed.

Even so, elected officials are fielding a growing number of calls from residents concerned about the violence and loud noise at night in the area, where, among several incidents, a pregnant woman was recently killed.

“What people aren’t recognizing is that people who live there are having a very, very challenging time from the unlawfulness that is occurring after the sun goes down,” said Andrea Jenkins, a member of the City Council whose district includes the memorial space. “There are constant gunshots every night. Emergency vehicles can’t get in. Disabled people are not able to access their medications, their appointments, their food deliveries, et cetera. It’s a very challenging situation.”

Jenkins, who noted that the area has historically been plagued by gang violence, has also been taking a leading role in discussions over how to memorialize Floyd’s killing. One proposal suggests making the garden permanent. Other ideas include a civil rights museum and renaming Chicago Avenue in honor of Floyd. Activists are finding ways to preserve the street art that was painted over the plywood boards that went up to protect businesses during the protests.

From Baltimore to Ferguson to New York, organic memorials to mark where Black men have been killed by the police have taken shape in recent years.

But time has also worn many of them away. On Staten Island, New York, there is a plaque where Eric Garner was killed by police in 2014, but a memorial with flowers and candles was set on fire a year after his death. In Baltimore, where Freddie Gray’s death in a police van sparked protests, a graffiti mural in honor of him was destroyed when the housing project where he lived was torn down this year. In Ferguson last year, on the fifth anniversary of Brown’s death, a memorial that had been taken down was rebuilt.

Even before the killing of Floyd, Jenkins and other activists in South Minneapolis said they had hoped to build a site to recognize the history of racial injustice in the city. “I’ve been talking about a museum for the last three years,” Jenkins said. “My top priority is to build a center for racial healing in the city of Minneapolis because Black people have been in pain for hundreds of years.”

The conversation over what to do with the space comes as many activists in the city are fighting to defund the Police Department and reimagine public safety. But that push for reform happening amid a rise in violence. Many Black residents of South Minneapolis, especially those who live near Cup Foods, the convenience store where Floyd was accused of using a fake $20 bill to buy cigarettes before he was killed, say they are caught between two emotions: anger at the police but fearful for their safety now that officers have pulled back from the area.

Dawkins lives a few doors down from Cup Foods, and on a recent afternoon was selling candy and drinks and promoting a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to avoid foreclosure. When the pandemic hit, she was furloughed from her job at Nordstrom, and her fiancé is also out of work.

But financial worries are only one thing on her mind. She has two children, including a 6-week-old baby. She says the daytime is fine, and she has met many people who have traveled to pay their respects to Floyd.

“But when the other crowd comes at night, I can’t call the police, and that scares the hell out of me,” she said. Dawkins pointed to a gunshot in the windshield of her car, a gold sedan.

“We have kids in this home, so I do want police to protect families,” she said. “It’s a hard balance. I’m happy this incident brought change, but I want to feel safe.”

As the protests gained momentum in late May, Dr. Jackie Kawiecki set up a medic station near Cup Foods, administering first aid to injured protesters. Since then, she has maintained a group of medics who treat minor ailments like abrasions and heat exhaustion during the daytime.

Sunset to sunrise is very different from sunrise to sunset, she said. “My nighttime world, after sunset, I have taken care of double gunshot wounds, drug overdoses.” One night a man wounded by gunfire drove a bicycle past the barricades, she said, before collapsing outside her tent and yelling: “I’m shot! I’m shot!”

After the pregnant woman was killed nearby in early July, and having dodged gunfire herself, Kawiecki limited the hours of her medic station from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

But residents say that nothing happening at night diminishes the atmosphere that prevails in daylight. The other day, Anna Raeker, 25, was greeting visitors to the space and directing people to a pamphlet taped to a table: “This is a space community members want to decentralize white feelings and prioritize Black pain.”

“I think it’s important that white people are intentional with the ways they are using this space,” said Raeker, who is white.

Nearby, next to a large mural of Floyd, a local rapper, Jordan Wallingford, was taking a break from filming a music video. Wallingford, who performs under the name Haphduzn, said he at least wanted to see the garden, roundabout and raised fist sculpture stay permanently. “Because that was the spark that changed the world,” he said.

Deborah Straub, who for weeks has been handing out snacks to children from the neighborhood — “free candy, free chips, free popcorn, free hot dogs,” she said — said the area should be preserved.

“Leave everything the way it is,” she said.
 

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Suspect in attack on state senator on leave from Mount Horeb school job
July 29, 2020

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Mount Horeb (WKOW) - A suspect in the June attack on State Senator Tim Carpenter is on leave from her job as a social worker with the Mount Horeb Area School District.

A representative with the school district says Samantha R. Hamer, 26, was placed on administrative leave in connection with her arrest for the alleged attack on Carpenter.

Madison Police say Hamer and Kerida E. O'Reilly, 33, were among a group of people who hit and kicked Carpenter after he videotaped a protest of racial inequity near the state capitol.


27 News staff member Lance Veeser helped Carpenter after Carpenter collapsed on the capitol grounds. Carpenter was later hospitalized and treated for a broken nose and concussion.

Hamer was also cited and fined in June 2018 after refusing to stop blocking travel and commerce on State Street during a protest.

A Dane County District Attorney's representative says Hamer and O'Reilly are scheduled to appear in court Wednesday in connection to the attack incident.
 

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These god damned Irish are always starting trouble
 

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started a thread about same puppet master. this thing has VAST firepower that far exceeds the blm faces on the tv

firepower that reaches into hundreds of nyc/cali corporate boardrooms and thinktank offices surrounding dc

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Feel good Vid of the day...

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Just like 'American Idol' people come to sing who were told they were the next Lady Gaga. They crash and burn. They can't believe they suck. Now we see women on the front lines thinking that they are untouchable. A cop gives another 'Wonder Woman' a quick reality check (broken nose).



Tonight in Springfield OR
 

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Feel good Vid of the day...

https://media.8kun.top/file_store/5...9fa03146d2b2073206a4a79be24438fb107a9a5b8.mp4

Just like 'American Idol' people come to sing who were told they were the next Lady Gaga. They crash and burn. They can't believe they suck. Now we see women on the front lines thinking that they are untouchable. A cop gives another 'Wonder Woman' a quick reality check (broken nose).



Tonight in Springfield OR
Peaceful protesters. She backed her ass out real quick after she had her nose broken
 

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Governor Kate Brown Announces Phased Withdrawal of Federal Law Enforcement from Portland

July 29, 2020

Portland, OR—Today, Oregon Governor Kate Brown released the following statement:



“After my repeated requests, the federal government has agreed to a phased withdrawal of federal officers that have been deployed to the Mark Hatfield United States Courthouse over recent weeks.



“These federal officers have acted as an occupying force, refused accountability, and brought violence and strife to our community. Beginning Thursday, all Customs and Border Protection and ICE officers will leave downtown Portland, and shortly thereafter will begin going home.



“After discussions with the Vice President and administration officials this week, the federal government has agreed to my demand and will withdraw these officers from Portland. They will also clean up the Courthouse, removing the graffiti.



“The local Oregon officers of the Oregon State Police will provide protection for free speech and the security of the exterior of the courthouse with the Federal Protective Service. A limited contingent of federal officials, who act as building security year-round, will remain and will stay focused on the interior of the U.S. Courthouse.



“I have grown increasingly concerned at the nightly confrontation between local community members and federal officers. We need to recognize that the protests in Portland are not solely about the federal presence. They started before federal agents descended on our city and they will likely continue after they leave.



“Across America and across Oregon, the Black Lives Matter movement has led a historic uprising, centering black voices demanding justice and greater police accountability.



“While I recently signed six police accountability bills, championed by the Legislature’s People of Color Caucus, and convened a Task Force to review and reform Oregon training and certification procedures for all local police officers, there is so much more to be done. The community is demanding more sweeping action. I agree.



“I will work with community leaders and elected officials to take bolder action to reform our police practices – including those of the Portland Police Bureau. We need to get this right.



“We have an opportunity that we cannot afford to waste. The departure of federal forces represents the beginning of a process that will be as difficult as it is overdue.



“If slavery is America’s original sin, then anti-Blackness is Oregon’s. Even before it was recognized as a state, Oregon prevented African Americans from settling here and owning property. For far too long, Oregon’s constitution ingrained discrimination into state law.



“Black, white, brown, and indigenous Oregonians are ready to address systemic racism. Let’s get to work.”



https://www.oregon.gov/newsroom/Pages/NewsDetail.aspx?newsid=37043
 

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Here we go again...?


‘I Can’t Breathe’: Cops Taser, Kneel, Stand On Man Until He Dies—Over Opening a Toy in a Store
Matt Agorist July 30, 2020

Conway, AR — Lionel Morris, 39, made the poor decision to remove a toy drone from its packaging in a grocery store in an alleged attempt to steal it. These actions most assuredly should have come with some consequences but it should never have been a death sentence. When multiple officers from the Conway Police Department showed up to the call, however, minutes later, Morris’ life would be over.

Body camera and surveillance footage from that fateful day on February 4, 2020 has just been released this week showing this man’s final moments alive. Morris took the last breaths he would ever take with multiple police officer combat boots and a knee on his back.

His last coherent words were “I can’t breathe.”

According to police and the newly released footage, when officers arrived at the store, Morris and a woman who was with him, initially complied with officers. When the employee brought over the drone box Morris had allegedly opened, he asked them to throw it in the cart with the rest of his groceries and he would purchase it. He told them that the box was already opened and he planned on purchasing the drone.

It is not illegal to open an item in a store if you purchase it later. Arguably, the officers could have used their discretion and allowed the couple to finish their grocery shopping, pay for the drone, and leave peacefully with Morris knowing that he was nearly arrested for an unwise decision. Sadly, that did not happen and police needed to make the arrest.

Morris gave officers a fake name before they told him he was under arrest. When police moved to arrest Morris, he ran — which proved to be a fatal mistake.

The chase did not last long as officers quickly tackled Morris inside the store and began a struggle that would last over six minutes. During the struggle as multiple officers piled on top of Morris, they tasered him repeatedly.

Police claimed that during the struggle Morris reached for a knife, however, in all the video — even the heavily edited one released by police — this is not evident.

Morris can be heard saying “I can’t breathe” several times as an officer has a knee to his back. That officer replies with the infamous retort, “If you can talk, you can breathe,” which has proven time and again to be wrong.

At one point at least three officers are standing on Morris as another kneels on him, slowly squeezing the air from his body. After being knelt on, stood on, and tasered multiple times, Morris’ body gave out and he began to vomit.

By the time paramedics arrived, Morris was no longer breathing and had no pulse. Police would blame Morris’ death on the drugs in his system.

An autopsy was performed and the manner of death was listed as “undetermined.”
According to a report by prosecuting attorney Carol Crews, the autopsy said the cause of death was “methamphetamine intoxication with exertion, struggle, restraint and conducted electrical weapon deployment.”
“The level of drugs Mr. Morris had in his system and the strain he exerted while struggling with police ultimately led to his death,” Conway Police Chief William Tapley says in the video — who is an apparent medical expert as well as the chief of police.
After investigating themselves, the department found they did nothing wrong and all the officers were cleared and returned to duty. Tapley did say, however, that he saw somethings they could’ve done better.

“In reviewing this incident, I recognize that there are things as a police department that we can do better,” he said. “And these are things that we will do better.”

Perhaps three cops standing and one cop kneeling on a man who is telling you that he cannot breathe is one of the things you could do better next time, chief.

“There are some behaviors that must change,” Conway Mayor Castleberry said in a video statement Wednesday . “There is no place for racism in the city of Conway…It’s time to have hard conversations.”

The video below shows what happens to people who open a box in a grocery store in the land of the free.

 

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what a shit show.....are none of these cops trained in basic CPR? Everyone just stands around while the dude is unconscious?

I counted at least 3 minutes before CPR, probably longer as the video is edited and jumps back at 32:00...

These police departments have failed us big time.
 

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root casuse analysis

do meth, run from and then fight cops = high risk to your health

dumbass gambled and lost
 

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Here we go again...?


‘I Can’t Breathe’: Cops Taser, Kneel, Stand On Man Until He Dies—Over Opening a Toy in a Store
Matt Agorist July 30, 2020

Conway, AR — Lionel Morris, 39, made the poor decision to remove a toy drone from its packaging in a grocery store in an alleged attempt to steal it. These actions most assuredly should have come with some consequences but it should never have been a death sentence. When multiple officers from the Conway Police Department showed up to the call, however, minutes later, Morris’ life would be over.

Body camera and surveillance footage from that fateful day on February 4, 2020 has just been released this week showing this man’s final moments alive. Morris took the last breaths he would ever take with multiple police officer combat boots and a knee on his back.

His last coherent words were “I can’t breathe.”

According to police and the newly released footage, when officers arrived at the store, Morris and a woman who was with him, initially complied with officers. When the employee brought over the drone box Morris had allegedly opened, he asked them to throw it in the cart with the rest of his groceries and he would purchase it. He told them that the box was already opened and he planned on purchasing the drone.

It is not illegal to open an item in a store if you purchase it later. Arguably, the officers could have used their discretion and allowed the couple to finish their grocery shopping, pay for the drone, and leave peacefully with Morris knowing that he was nearly arrested for an unwise decision. Sadly, that did not happen and police needed to make the arrest.

Morris gave officers a fake name before they told him he was under arrest. When police moved to arrest Morris, he ran — which proved to be a fatal mistake.

The chase did not last long as officers quickly tackled Morris inside the store and began a struggle that would last over six minutes. During the struggle as multiple officers piled on top of Morris, they tasered him repeatedly.

Police claimed that during the struggle Morris reached for a knife, however, in all the video — even the heavily edited one released by police — this is not evident.

Morris can be heard saying “I can’t breathe” several times as an officer has a knee to his back. That officer replies with the infamous retort, “If you can talk, you can breathe,” which has proven time and again to be wrong.

At one point at least three officers are standing on Morris as another kneels on him, slowly squeezing the air from his body. After being knelt on, stood on, and tasered multiple times, Morris’ body gave out and he began to vomit.

By the time paramedics arrived, Morris was no longer breathing and had no pulse. Police would blame Morris’ death on the drugs in his system.

An autopsy was performed and the manner of death was listed as “undetermined.”
According to a report by prosecuting attorney Carol Crews, the autopsy said the cause of death was “methamphetamine intoxication with exertion, struggle, restraint and conducted electrical weapon deployment.”
“The level of drugs Mr. Morris had in his system and the strain he exerted while struggling with police ultimately led to his death,” Conway Police Chief William Tapley says in the video — who is an apparent medical expert as well as the chief of police.
After investigating themselves, the department found they did nothing wrong and all the officers were cleared and returned to duty. Tapley did say, however, that he saw somethings they could’ve done better.

“In reviewing this incident, I recognize that there are things as a police department that we can do better,” he said. “And these are things that we will do better.”

Perhaps three cops standing and one cop kneeling on a man who is telling you that he cannot breathe is one of the things you could do better next time, chief.

“There are some behaviors that must change,” Conway Mayor Castleberry said in a video statement Wednesday . “There is no place for racism in the city of Conway…It’s time to have hard conversations.”

The video below shows what happens to people who open a box in a grocery store in the land of the free.

He wasn't tased for opening a toy...he was tased for fleeing and resisting arrest.
 

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https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1289512762733785088

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PORTLAND: BLM leader proclaims the truth of their agenda

They don't even want to hide it anymore.

She says the only true allies of BLM are those who oppose every cop & federal officer. BLM’s stated agenda is abolishing criminal justice system & private property.

https://twitter.com/EM_KA_17/status/1289488952898908165

https://media.8kun.top/file_store/c...80688997e739f3e230ecc81381927db30c476421e.mp4

Insane: Seattle Moves to Abolish Entire Police Force



Well, it may be time to deploy the military to Seattle after all because what local lawmakers are doing is nothing short of allowing the city to be engulfed in violence and anarchy. They’re moving to abolish the police. It’s not defunding. It’s a total dissolution. Non-profit programs and “community-led activities” will replace policing. Why? Well, according to the resolution, the Seattle Police Department perpetuates racism and violence. Oh, yes, and it’s a vehicle of white supremacy. It's typical 'woke' nonsense, and it's a cancer that's killing America.



https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2020/07/31/insane-seattle-moves-to-abolish-police-force-n2573513
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View attachment 174892 https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1289512762733785088

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PORTLAND: BLM leader proclaims the truth of their agenda

They don't even want to hide it anymore.

She says the only true allies of BLM are those who oppose every cop & federal officer. BLM’s stated agenda is abolishing criminal justice system & private property.

https://twitter.com/EM_KA_17/status/1289488952898908165

https://media.8kun.top/file_store/c...80688997e739f3e230ecc81381927db30c476421e.mp4

Insane: Seattle Moves to Abolish Entire Police Force



Well, it may be time to deploy the military to Seattle after all because what local lawmakers are doing is nothing short of allowing the city to be engulfed in violence and anarchy. They’re moving to abolish the police. It’s not defunding. It’s a total dissolution. Non-profit programs and “community-led activities” will replace policing. Why? Well, according to the resolution, the Seattle Police Department perpetuates racism and violence. Oh, yes, and it’s a vehicle of white supremacy. It's typical 'woke' nonsense, and it's a cancer that's killing America.



https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2020/07/31/insane-seattle-moves-to-abolish-police-force-n2573513
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Looks like I'ma gonna need more beer and popcorn! Watching cities burn is much better than watching pro sports.
 

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View attachment 174912 https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1289493478607425536
(aimed at the article, not the OP) Why is this news? There are a lot of degenerate faggots in the streets during these riots. We know Soros and BLM are bailing them out as fast as they get arrested. The end game is to see the cops just give up on the arrests, which they to be doing more and more.