Archive for Riots

NFL player Ray Lewis to Rioters “Go Home stop the violence” it will not happen on our clock

Posted in Black Lives Matter with tags , , , , , , , on April 28, 2015 by saynsumthn

Former Baltimore Ravens Player Ray Lewis has uploaded an emotional message on YouTube to the Baltimore rioters telling them to go home and stop the violence.

Ray Lewis to Baltimore rioters

Rioting in our streets is wrong- dead wrong!”

“I can’t come back home and this is it. Kids can’t walk the street and this is our future.”

“Too many babies paying attention to this craziness. And the sad part is we got young kids trying to tell us how they are going to dictate our city- that won’t happen. We’re going to change this right now. Stop the violence man. Go Home. I’m telling you – go home. Whatever I gotta do, it will not happen on out clock,” he said.

Watch:

Baltimore: I love my Charm City…I’m not a black, white, I am an American

Posted in Police Abuse with tags , , , , , on April 28, 2015 by saynsumthn

KUDOS!!

Watch Robert Valentine take a stand against the rioters:

Robert Valentine I am an American Baltimore

I love my country, I love my Charm City – and I’m an American. I’m not a black, white, red or grey, or nothing – I am an American!

AMEN!

Baltimore: police, riots, protests, abortion and prayer

Posted in Black Crime, Black Lives Matter, Ferguson, Police Abuse with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 28, 2015 by saynsumthn

Protesters in Baltimore are clashing with police the same way protesters did in Ferguson after hearing about the death of a black man that had been in police custody.

According to the Baltimore Sun, Freddie Gray, 25, died on April 19 — a week after he was injured while being arrested by Baltimore police.

Video of the arrest surfaced, protests have broken out and an investigation into his death is under way.

The paper reported today that police issued a statement stating that they received information that members of “various gangs” — including the Black Guerrilla Family, the Bloods and the Crips — have “entered into a partnership” to harm police.

Law enforcement agencies should take appropriate precautions to ensure the safety of their officers,” police said.

Black LIves Matter even in teh womb MFL 2015

Meanwhile, Black children die in huge numbers from abortion with barely a whisper.

In 2012, Diana Schaub a professor of political science at Loyola University Maryland wrote this:

    In 1970, Baltimore City abortion rates for single white and black women stood at 7.43 and 10 respectively (the abortion rate is the number of abortions per 1,000 women ages 15-44), with the married women’s rates half that. By 2005, the Baltimore rate was 86.2. The National Abortion Rights Action League, which cites that figure, did not provide the African-American rate, but it would be substantially higher.

The state stopped collecting and publishing abortion data after 2005.

According to the Center for Disease Control which collects data from states, in 2005, the last year stats were collected in the state, 9198 abortions were performed in Maryland.

6019 or 65.4% were on Black babies.

The Guttmacher Institute, which does not break down abortions by race reported that in 2011, 125,400 of the 1,196,838 Maryland women of reproductive age became pregnant. 58% of these pregnancies resulted in live births and 27% in induced abortions.

Nationally, the most recent report from the CDC dated November 28, 2014 reveals that in 2011 almost 56% of all abortions reported for race were done on minority women.

Black LIves Matter MFL

These stats are prompting people on social media to ask if Black Lives Matter why don’t the people in Baltimore protest abortion and Planned Parenthood clinics as well?

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To no one’s shock, Life News discovered that killing unborn babies in Baltimore is so important to some that abortion activists have been online exploiting the riots to get funding for abortion as shown in these tweets:

Baltimore abortion funding riots

That is a new low even for abortion advocates.

Even The Stanek Report, a daily pro-life news blog, thought the abortion fundraising tweets were obnoxious, headlining the story as “Activist worries Baltimore riots will get in way of “timely abortion access”

Activists Baltimore

Unfortunately – some tweets like the one below are racist and promote abortion as a solution to the riots.

Baltimore abortion racists

This idea comes straight from the eugenics movement which targeted those they call “unfit” claiming they would be prone towards crime if born.

Abortion as a solution to crime was also joked about by the Ferguson police according to a report published by Eric Holder’s DOJ. Read about that here.

The disproportionate rate of abortions on Black babies spurred outspoken comments during the Ferguson riots as well.

A Tweet by Black Sheriff David Clarke Jr during the Ferguson protests asked protesters why they are outraged when the police kill a Black man but not when the abortion clinics do?

David A Clark abortion tweet

“If only these faux protesters were asked by media about all the black on black killing or black babies aborted in US every year.“

Others on social media asked the same question during the Ferguson riots (read here.) (here.)

Shortly after, Black leaders began linking the shooting of Blacks by police to the deaths of babies in the womb from abortion:

All Lives Matter

While police fight to get the riots in Baltimore under control the hashtag Prayer for Baltimore, is trending on twitter:

Prayer for Baltimore

The answers to these complex problems are right in front of us – maybe we just need to look.

Watch Robert Valentine take a stand against the rioters:

Robert Valentine I am an American Baltimore

I love my country, I love my Charm City – and I’m an American. I’m not a black, white, red or grey, or nothing – I am an American!

AMEN!

Abortion doc nearly lynched in Bungoma as seven year old dies while undergoing abortion

Posted in Abortion death with tags , , , , , on August 11, 2014 by saynsumthn

KENYA:

According to Standard Media, Quick action by police officers in Bungoma town averted an ugly scene after angry residents attempted to burn down a clinic following the death of a Standard Eight pupil suspected to have procured abortion at the facility.

Wananchi surrounded the facility immediately word went round that a pupil from Lubunda Primary School had succumbed to complications after the doctor allegedly attempted to procure an abortion.

They were in the process of dousing the facility with petrol when anti-riot police officers arrived and rescued the terrified medical practitioner who residents accused of being behind frequent cases of abortions.

Police took the girl’s body to Bungoma County Hospital mortuary as the doctor was also arrested and locked up at the Bungoma Police Station.

“We have arrested the doctor and now we will take him to court. Wananchi should be patient,” said Bungoma County Police Commandant Charles Munyoli.

STATE OF EMERGENCY declared in US city because of a lack of cops and potential riots?

Posted in Constitution with tags , , on May 4, 2012 by saynsumthn

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H/T Phil Inq

Gripped in a dispute over a controversial police-misconduct investigation, Colwyn’s Borough Council on Thursday night repealed a state of emergency that had been declared after the suspension of three officers accused in the alleged repeated Tasing of a handcuffed teenager.

“A state of emergency is for mobs or riots,” Council President Tonette Pray said, raising her voice over her own banging gavel. “There are no mobs in Colwyn. There are no threats in Colwyn.”

Local CBS Reported it this way:

The Mayor of Colwyn declared a State of Emergency Wednesday night, and that’s not the only development in the investigation into why police tasered a teen who was in custody.

The Colwyn Police Department has 14 officers on the force, but the tasering incident resulted in suspensions, leaving just 10 on the job.

According to Mayor Daniel Rutland, not one of the remaining 10 on the job was a trained supervisor who can run a police department. Thus, late Wednesday night, he told reporters he was forced to reinstate a Lieutenant the Borough Council had suspended earlier in the evening.

State of emergency lifted amid Pa. stun gun probe

COLWYN, Pa. (AP) – The borough council in a Philadelphia suburb has voted to lift a state of emergency declared after three officers were suspended in fallout over the alleged use of a stun gun on a handcuffed teenage suspect.

Colwyn Mayor Daniel Rutland says he decided late Wednesday to declare a state of emergency because there weren’t enough officers to patrol the streets. On Thursday, Colwyn’s borough council voted 4-3 to lift the state of emergency and reinstate Lt. Wendell Reed as officer-in-charge.

The 17-year-old boy told reporters an officer zapped him once with the stun gun while he was handcuffed inside the department’s jail cell on April 24. Investigators believe the teen was in custody after refusing to answer a police officer’s questions about a fight he witnessed.

The Delaware County district attorney is investigating.

Occupy Oakland Turns Violent against 99% innocent business owners

Posted in Occupy Wall Street with tags , , , on November 3, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Anti-Wall Street protesters in Oakland have vandalized a Whole Foods store and shattered windows at two downtown banks.

Windows were shattered at a Bank of America branch, where someone also spraypainted “Class War” and “Shut it Down,” near Lake Merritt and a Chase bank at 20th and Webster streets.

Police officers on Wednesday afternoon stood outside the Chase bank, where vandals also defaced the ATM machines, spraypainting them black. Read more at LATimes.com.

Did “Occupy Wall Street” + “Day of Rage” movement originate from Bill Ayer’s violent Weather Underground?

Posted in Bill Ayers, Communist, Occupy Wall Street, Protest Movement, Socialism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 13, 2011 by saynsumthn

( H/T –Arlen Williams )

A movement is suddenly springing up from nowhere (ah-huh) to take on the free enterprise, “capitalist” system. In America, they are especially targeting Wall Street, a place still somewhat constitutionally sovereign to the U.S.A. and not thoroughly controlled yet by authoritarian global collectivism.

Think the protests in Greece and the UK were violent? Wait for the ones now being organized for the United States. On September 17, a group of angry leftwing socialists are planning a “Day of Rage, to occupy Wall Street.

Calling “Corruption Tyranny” they are organizing in almost every state.

One Blogger writing to warn others about the protests writes, “REVOLUTION 2.0 is screaming up in your rear view mirror! Sept 17 is only a few weeks away. Who is ready? Got Food? Got Ammo? Got secondary power sources?”

They claim ” non Violence” but their URL Code says “occupy-the-state-and-federal-capitols-on-the-usdayofrage”

Using social media like Facebook and Twitter, the “Day of Rage” is getting quite a response. Facebooker: Bear Shash wrote this on the Day of Rage USA Facebook Page, “A PROTEST should be organized this summer. When RIOT POLICE try to stop us, we need to hit them hard with COCKTAIL BOMBS. organize, organize, organize, WHEN and WHERE?”

Stephen Creagh Uys, writes, “I believe that we need a day when all consumers withdraw their money from banks and refuse to pay their bills. The weapon used by the fascists is finance and so it should be turned against them.”

Then…there is the OCtober 2011 where they state that Protest being planned: The October2011 Movement protests corporatism and militarism because they prevent solutions to our current crises which would create a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world from being implemented. Instead concentrated corporate interests rule our elections and political process so that wealth continues to be funneled to the top 1%…US Day of Rage is organizing with OccupyWallStreet to create a tent city in the financial district of New York beginning on September 17. October2011 and OccupyWallStreet have endorsed each others’ actions.

Who is feeding this idea???????

According to , Arlen Williams :
The term “Day(s) of Rage” is the product of Chicago’s Weathermen, led by Obama workmate Bill Ayers and cohabitants.This Day of Rage speaks of non-violence, yet plays up the violent terrorism of the current rioting proceeding in Great Britain. It is eschewed by a disclaimer put up since this article first posted, but it is featured, pronounced, highlighted, and utilized on the Europeanrevolution.net site. It’s kind of like “good cop, bad cop,” only played by the robbers.

The “Obama Timeline Author” at that blog added, ” The term “Day(s) of Rage” come from the October 8-11, 1969 anti-war demonstrations in Chicago organized by the Weathermen and Students for a Democratic Society. Participants included Tom “Mr. Jane Fonda” Hayden, William Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, and Mike Klonsky.”

That history is praised on YouTube:

But they called themselves: LIBERALS as well as COMMUNISTS and SOCIALISTS, and would “Replace Capitalism with Socialism”:

SOUND FAMILIAR? HITTING THE CAPITOL???? “We chose to oppose violence by breaking stuff” Bill Ayers ! They went on a BOMBING CAMPAIGN !!

Listen to some of the left’s ideas for bringing America to her knees:
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Occupy a Collapse: The Left’s Economic Terroris…, posted with vodpod

ALSO READ: ‘Anonymous’ – left wing Legion hackers threatens to crash Wall Street

Transcript:

PRESENTATION

W: We’re going to hear from Steve Lerner next, of SEIU, the Architect of the Justice for Janitors campaign. Currently, he’s working on partnering with unions and groups in Europe and South America, it’s building campaigns to hold financial institutions accountable.

S. Lerner: It seems to me that we’re in a moment where we need to figure out in a much more, through direct action, much more concrete way how we really are trying to disrupt and create uncertainty for capital, for how corporations operate. And it may sound like that’s a crazy thing that in a moment of weakness we could deal with it, but the thing about a boom and bust economy, it is actually incredibly fragile, because it’s not based on real way, well, it’s based on gambling and all of that. And so there are actually extraordinary things that we could do right now that would start to de, destabilize the folks that are in power and start to rebuild a movement. And for example, 10% of homeowners, going back to where you started, who are under, a quarter of all people who own a home are under water. Right? Their home is under water, they’re paying more for it than it’s worth. Ten percent of those people are now in strategic default, meaning they’re refusing to pay but they’re staying in their homes. That’s totally spontaneous. Right? They figured out it takes a year to kick me out of my home because the mort, the foreclosure’s backed up. I’m going to say I won’t pay. It’s just what business does, it’s a good, a good business decision. If you could double that number, you would make banks, put banks on the edge of insolvency again

And so the question would be, what would happen if we organized homeowners in mass to do a mortgage strike. Just say if we get, and, and, if we get half a million people to agree, we’ll all not, we’ll agree we won’t pay our mortgages, it would literally cause a new financial crisis.

There are four things we can do that could really upset Wall Street. One is if city and state and other government entities demanded to renegotiate their debt because they’re paying too much interest. And you might say, well why would the banks ever do it? Because they, the cities and counties could say we won’t do this and this in the future with you if you don’t renegotiate the debt now. Meaning, about a third of bank profits generate from dealing with cities and states. So we could leverage the power we have of government to say we won’t do business with you, JP Morgan Chase, anymore unless you do two things: you reduce the price of our interest, since your interest rate is down; and second, you rewrite the mortgages for everybody in the community so they can stay in their homes. We, we could make them do that.

The second thing is there’s a whole question in New York now about austerity and student’s rates and the question of the debt structure. What would happen if students said we’re not going to pay? It’s a trillion dollars. Think about your …sweeping that debt, a trillion dollars from students debt?

There’s a third thing that we could think about, what about if public employee unions, instead of them being on the defensive, put on the collective bargaining table when they negotiate they said we demand as a condition of negotiation that the government renegotiate, we want, we believe in good financial management. It’s crazy that you’re paying too much interest to your buddy the bankers. It’s a strike issue for us. We will strike unless you force the banks to relieve the debt of the city. I’m not going to go through all the detail except to say there’s extraordinary things we could do and if you add on top of that, if we really thought about moving to the kind of disruption in Madison, but moving that to Wall Street and moving that to other cities around the country where we basically said you stole $17 trillion, you’ve impoverished us and we’re going to make it impossible for, for you to operate.

Labor can’t lead it, but we can be a critical part of it. We do have money, we have millions of members who are furious, but I don’t think this kind of movement can happen unless actually the community groups and other activists take the lead. And that’s a big reversal of how a lot of these coalitions have even thought about it, so unions helping community groups, or communities who cover this narrowly. And if you’re se, if we really believe that we’re in a transformative stage and what’s happening in capitalism, and we need to confront this in a serious way and develop a real ability to put a boot in the wheel, then I think we have to think not about labor community alliances. We have to think about how together we’re building something that really has the capacity to disrupt how the system operates.

And so I just, I guess raise that we need a whole new way of thinking about things, which is not a partnership, but building something new. Because the bottom line is, as soon as the union gets sued, it’s going to be terrifying. When we get an injunction that says, you know, you, un, the union backs down. So we need to build a movement based on we know the oppression we’re going to face. And I think the only way we can do that is to think much more creatively, and the key thing I …is we have to say what does the other side fear most? They fear disruption, they fear uncertainty. Every article about Europe says a riot in Greece, the markets went down. The folks that control this country care about one thing: how the stock market does; how the bond market does; and what their bonus is. So I think we weed out a very simple strategy: how do we bring down the stock market, how do we bring down their bonuses, how do we interfere with their ability to, to be rich. And if we don’t do, and that means you have to politically isolate them, economically isolate them and disrupt them. So, it’s not all theory, I’ll do a pitch.

So, a bunch of us around the country are thinking about who would be a really good company to hate? We decided that would be JP Morgan Chase. …. And so we’re going to roll out over the next couple of months what will hopefully be an exciting campaign about JP Morgan Chase that is really about challenge the power of Wall Street. And so what we’re looking at is in the first week of May, we get enough people together – we’re starting now – to really have a week of action in New York with the goal of … I don’t want to go into any details because I don’t know which police agents are in the room, but the goal would be that we would roll out in New York the first week in May—

M: (Can’t hear speaker)

S. Lerner: Yes. …connect three ideas – that we’re not broke, there’s plenty of money; they have the money, we need to get it back; and that they’re using Bloomberg and other people in government as the vehicle to try to destroy us. And so that we need to take on those folks at the same time and that will start here. We’re going to look at a week of civil disobedience, direct action all over the city, then we’ll roll into the JP Morgan shareholder meeting, which they moved out of New York because they were afraid, I guess, of Columbus, where there’s going to be a ten state mobilization to try to shut down that meeting. And then looking at bank shareholder meetings around the country and try to create some moments like Madison, except where we’re on offense instead of defense. Where we have brave and heroic battles challenging the power of the giant corporations, and we hope to sort of inspire a much bigger movement about redistributing wealth and power in the country.

W: You were talking about why unions are so invested because of their pension plans and why ungovernability, as Frances Fox Piven and Cloward taught us, you know, poor peoples’ movements are successful when they create conditions of ungovernability. And then you win victories.
Further Reading: 10 Signs That Economic Riots And Civil Unrest Inside The United States Are Now More Likely Than Ever

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Beware the U.S. ‘day of rage’ September 17

WHO IS BEHIND THE ‘US DAY OF RAGE’ TO ‘OCCUPY’ WALL STREET THIS SEPTEMBER 17TH?