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A comment on a social media platform stated. "Your silence is violence" in regard to the violence, looting and riots happening in the USA, and now in a number of countries in response to "protests" in America. The narrative swiftly shifted from a visual "cue" of law enforcement doing "wrong", (of a Caucasian man over a Black man), to the call to chaos, purposeful destruction of property, harm to law and business protectors and radical socialist political agendas based on triggering images/text with words like "racism", police brutality, "history of oppression", slavery and certain races mattering.
Even though not all the facts were revealed concerning the death of one man who was arrested and even though his own family and loved ones pleaded for calm and compassion on his behalf after his death-a storm was unleashed and continues to rage. George Floyd's own words and philosophy of life have been hijacked for "causes" which propagate the opposite of unity, brother/sisterhood, forgiveness and 'love'. How is this happening and why is it continuing? Why are police being ordered to stand down, ignoring or turning away from victims of Antifa or street mobs, not stopping looting, destruction of property and physical intimidation of citizens in neighborhoods and areas affected?
Let's examine what is unfolding and dissect the narratives which have been inserted as planned - following on from the plandemic. People in the USA are being manipulated (in my view) as never before to self destruct as a nation, as communities, as representatives to the rest of the world for what a thriving economy, co-existing diverse and fundamentally free society looked like-as a Republic founded on the rule of law.
There are reports from various parts of the country which indicate police have been told not to "protect" their citizens but rather "stand down"-either that or they have not been disciplined for neglecting their duty and fulfilling their job requirements. Here are a few examples:
We do have examples of police responding in effective, strategic ways to violence and potential violence-they are in Republican run states. Here are a few examples from the past week starting with Texas:
A large segment of the "peaceful protests" are anything but about a non-violent freedom of expression-acting for change. After months of being in politically imposed "lockdowns" with differing and dictatorial edicts regarding "essential" workers, restricted congregation, restricted travel, prohibited activities-people are bursting to break free and see the police as their "guards and oppressors". With the excuse of the George Floyd death (the court has not heard all the evidence yet surrounding this strange set of circumstances and actual causes of his death) Antifa and other radical groups seized on the opportunity to "burn America" and "Fuck up the Cops" ad nauseam. The "mainstream/lamestream" media went into full gear churning out division, hatred, one sided and biased reports, edited photos and videos to support their narrative. The media enlisted "celebrities" to celebrate the violence against law enforcement and against the current administration as well as President Trump.
The "Race War" has been re-ignited by the same players, financiers and agitators who trained before the Ferguson riots. These include the George Soros funded groups such as BLM, Antifa, Occupy and Open Society. They pay protesters and agitators a hefty salary. You can go on paidliberalprotestor.com to be hired and see details. Read these insightful articles written before these protests: www.chicagotribune.com/columns/rex-huppke/ct-paid-protesters-huppke-20170227-story.html
Meanwhile the supposed icons of the Black community such as Oprah, the Obamas, Michael Jordan, sports achievers, military (General Colin Powell for example) politicians or entertainers (Dave Chappell Kevin Hart) from the Black community, or religious/political "leaders" such as Reverand Sharpton; are deafening in their silence. They are cowardly and tardy in terms of publicly coming forward to condemn the violence, crime and hatred. They are not coming forward to support black communities vandalized, black citizens-all citizens-victimized, their livelihood ruined, their physical health in danger from these riots. By not taking a stand publicly, these "models" are signaling alliance and silent assent with what is being perpetrated with the radical left in America now. Here is one mild plea but still no censure of criminal and violent activity:
“You do not fight hatred and racism and injustice with destruction of property, violence and stealing,” said the Rev. Marvin Hightower, president of NAACP. “And I am asking all the individuals who have been involved in criminal activity and the destruction of our city to please stop. This is not how we fight. This is not how we will win.”
You do have braver voices in the Black and other communities such as Candace Owens, Diamond and Silk, Dan Bongino, Senator Ted Cruz, police chiefs from various cities calling for calm, for unity and for law and order to be restored - "justice" to be delivered in the American court system. Here are a few direct quotes you won't see on the corporate media:
“Expressing grievances to our elected officials in the form of protest is a time-honored tradition. But what we are watching unfold across the country is a coordinated effort to destroy the rule of law and order in our communities and to gin up racial tension,” Project 21 Co-Chair Stacey Washington said in a press release Friday. “In video after video, we see masked white protesters dressed all in black destroying property in black neighborhoods. And it’s blacks who are trying to stop the Antifa protesters from defacing small businesses. President Trump has rightly suggested declaring Antifa a terrorist group.”
"Justice means all offending officers involved in the George Floyd incident are charged and arrested," Councilman Joe Buscaino said in a statement. "Peace cannot exist without justice. We don't have peace in America because justice continues to be unequal in America." Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva also encouraged residents to have faith and patience in the justice system's handling of the Floyd case.'"
Let us remember the sage and prophetic words of an American hero few are quoting accurately during this time. He was a man of action and of character who was proud to be an American and worked tirelessly unto his death for "Unity" and "Love" between people. He was not silent as long as he lived and his words and actions can still inspire us to continue to strive for truth and justice. The Reverand Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
From a peaceful village near Napaskiak, Alaska, this is my viewpoint from a place removed (for now) from protest, looting and violence. Thank God!
Suggest you listen/watch this video and song about-whatever you choose-personal loss, loss of dreams, ideals, of love-of "America" as we thought is was/is...regardless the music is sublime and classic. It is titled: "The Sky is Crying" by Elmore James and sung here by Gary B.B. Coleman