As the man who implemented the David Brock blueprint for suing the President into paralysis and his allies into bankruptcy, who helped mainstream and amplify the Russia Hoax, who drafted 10 articles of impeachment for the Democrats a full month before President Trump ever called the Ukraine President in 2018, who personally served as special counsel litigating the Ukraine impeachment, who created a template for Internet censorship of world leaders and a handbook for mass mobilizing racial justice protesters to overturn democratic election results, there is perhaps no man alive with a more decorated resume for plots against President Trump.Copied from: https://needtoknow.news/2020/09/the-us-is-in-a-color-revolution-straight-out-of-the-color-revolution-playbook/
What constitutes torture and how does your current life differ from it? Are you treated like a virus but not sick? What does Amnesty International have to say about your lifestyle the last 2 months? If you are being tortured, how do you think it will end for you and your family?
The Truth About Crime, Race & Policing In America Heather Mac Donald is the Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a contributing editor of City Journal, and a New York Times bestselling author. She is a recipient of the 2005 Bradley Prize. Mac Donald’s work at City Journal has covered a range of topics, including higher education, immigration, policing, homelessness and homeless advocacy, criminal-justice reform, and race relations. Her writing has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The New Republic, and The New Criterion. Mac Donald’s newest book, The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine Our Culture (2018), argues that toxic ideas first spread by higher education have undermined humanistic values, fueled intolerance, and widened divisions in our larger culture.
Mac Donald’s The War on Cops (2016), a New York Times bestseller, warns that raced-based attacks on the criminal-justice system, from the White House on down, are eroding the authority of law and putting lives at risk. Other previous works include The Burden of Bad Ideas (2001), a collection of Mac Donald’s City Journal essays, details the effects of the 1960s counterculture’s destructive march through America’s institutions. In The Immigration Solution: A Better Plan than Today’s (2007), coauthored with Victor Davis Hanson and Steven Malanga, she chronicles the effects of broken immigration laws and proposes a practical solution to securing the country’s porous borders. In Are Cops Racist? (2010), another City Journal anthology, Mac Donald investigates the workings of the police, the controversy over so-called racial profiling, and the anti-profiling lobby’s harmful effects on black Americans.
- A California church that police shut down on Palm Sunday for allegedly disobeying coronavirus health restrictions filed a lawsuit this month accusing Gov. Gavin Newsom and local authorities of violating its fundamental rights.
- “Civil rights are not suspended by a virus,” the lawsuit states. “Fundamental and unalienable rights are, by their very nature, ‘essential.’”
- “[California] does not have the authority to disregard well-established religious tenets relating to gatherings and method of worship,” the lawsuit states. “Yet the State of California has, in a sweeping abuse of its power, criminalized all religious assembly and communal religious worship while allowing citizens to gather at a liquor store, pot-dispensary, Planned Parenthood … and many other locations which are deemed ‘essential.’”
- a county health official also issued a “specific order preventing Duncan from returning to the property even to record online services or use the parking lot for a drive-in service.”
- Duncan said he did follow the governor’s social distancing requirements; he required attendees to sanitize their hands and asked the elderly, ill and people with compromised immune systems to stay home. He said he believed the church still had the constitutional right to meet.
- “We love people and don’t want anyone to become infected,” the pastor said. “With the health and safety standards we have put in place we are a much lower risk of coronavirus spread than Walmart with its narrow aisles and everyone touching everything.”
- The lawsuit argues that Duncan and his church were specifically targeted by the April 3 county order.“At the same time, a purportedly ‘essential’ day care center on the same church property is able to continue to operate on-site,” the lawsuit states. “The church is therefore banned even from making video recordings for church services streamed over the internet.
- three other California churches also filed a lawsuit against Newsom, a pro-abortion Democrat, after he exempted abortion facilities but not churches from his stay-at-home mandate.
- Religious leaders have seen similar restrictions in other states. Earlier this April, police fined members of a Mississippi church $500 each for attending a drive-in service. Supposedly, they violated a social distancing order even though the church, Temple Baptist in Greenville, required attendees to stay in their vehicles with the windows up and listen to the worship service on their radios, according to the Washington Times.
- In Kentucky, police showed up at another church service and recorded the license plate numbers of those who attended, left notices on their windshields, and warned people to quarantine for 14 days or else face “further enforcement measures,” according to USA Today.
- A Florida pastor also was arrested in March for holding church services in alleged violation of current health crisis restrictions.
- Meanwhile, abortion facilities can continue aborting unborn babies unhindered in most states. Yet, pro-life sidewalk counselors are being fined and arrested for offering information and resources to pregnant moms as they go into these abortion facilities.
- Earlier this month, David Benham and several others were arrested for praying outside an abortion clinic in Charlotte, North Carolina. Police in San Francisco also cited a pro-life sidewalk counselor who was doing outreach outside a Planned Parenthood abortion facility. A Michigan man also received a citation for standing alone outside a Detroit abortion facility; however, the city dropped the citation after he filed a lawsuit.
- Police have confiscated a rifle owned by lawyer Mark McCloskey
- St. Louis cops descended on the McCloskeys’ Central West End home on Friday night with a search warrant for the gun, as well as the pistol
- So far, no charges have been filed against the McCloskeys, who called the police and armed themselves after more than 100 demonstrators broke through a gate near their property
- However, St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner is reportedly investigating the incident, having made clear her stance on the matter from the outset with a statement condemning how “peaceful protesters were met by guns and a violent assault.”
- Gardner is one of several “progressive” prosecutors elected in the past few years whose campaign was bankrolled by billionaire currency speculator George Soros, and her behavior in office has hewed close to what one might expect from a Soros-backed district attorney, from releasing every person arrested during weeks of rioting following the police killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day in Minneapolis to prosecuting the state’s Republican governor for alleged invasion of privacy back in 2017.
- Ironically, Mark McCloskey recently represented a victim of police brutality in his personal injury law practice, securing federal charges against the officer.
- Missouri has relatively permissive gun laws, and defenders of the McCloskeys have argued the couple were well within their rights to protect their own property, while the protesters were trespassing on a private street. However, their detractors have countered that pointing weapons at peaceful demonstrators constitutes assault, calling for the gun-wielding couple to be disbarred, arrested, or worse.
The thrust of the BLM movement is rooted in conflict theory nearly identical to the pedagogical understanding of Marxism. The root of their grievance is systematic exploitation and oppression by white people. This is very obvious prima-fascia, but even BLM founder Patrisse Cullors admitted it. “We actually do have an ideological frame.” We “are trained organizers. We’re trained Marxists.” The irony of this statement is truly inconceivable being that the main sponsors and promoters of BLM, are well mega-corporations and capitalists.
On one hand, Patrisse Cullors can hop on with Jacub Tapper (occupational name for wine merchant), a white millionaire, on CNN, a company worth a paltry sum of at least $10 billion dollars, and bloviate relentlessly, while failing to see the incongruency in the platform which puts her on a pedestal, and the Marxist platform she claims to adhere to. Never mind CNN is run by “white” multi-millionaire Jeff Zucker, which operates under Turner Broadcasting; ran by white billionaire Ted Turner; which in turn is owned by Warner Media; ran by “white” multi-millionaire Jason Kilar, which is owned by AT&T; ran by “white” multi-millionaire John Stankey. And AT&T? Well, the giant conglomerate is worth over $200 billion dollars. Oh, but they’re not the bourgeoisie; that’s the other white men worth millions of dollars working under a parent company worth hundreds of billions. Just not those guys, because, well, they have Patrisse on primetime, right? They release company memo’s about diversity, they grovel to the protesters and rioters and denounce orange man. They nod in agreement, “white man bad. Patriarchy bad.”
They hire black proletariat journalists, like Donald Lemon; who compared to Blackrock, headed by “white” billionaire Larry Fink, which owns a pittance of $353 million shares of AT&T, who owns CNN, is surely a wage slave to the “white” shareholders of AT&T, right? Oh, and the number one shareholder of AT&T, Vanguard, owning over 560 million shares, is also run by a “white” multi-millionaire, Mortimer Buckley. Vanguard even brags about their “diversity” within their board of directors. The number one minority represented on the board? Well, Jews–but they’re a majority on the board. The rest are white, and there is only one black guy, or should I say only one minority. Blackrock and Vanguard, the top two owners of AT&T and by extension, CNN, essentially own corporate America in a literal sense. Blackrock, Vanguard, and State-Street, “taken together, have become the largest shareholder in 40% of all publicly listed firms in the United States.” “Together, the Big Three are the largest single shareholder in almost 90% of S&P 500 firms, including Apple, Microsoft, ExxonMobil, General Electric and Coca-Cola. This is the index in which most people invest.”
Blackrock and Vanguard are index funds, which they claim, means that the trillions of dollars they manage and the company itself, is owned by its “customers.” Claiming not to be the owners of the shares they hold — which 90% of S&P firms are dominated by, they claim they are only “custodians for their investors.” Who would believe Blackrock and Vanguard, who own over 900 million shares combined in AT&T are merely custodians of the trillions managed in their index funds? if so, I guess their “customers” or, the proletariats, own the 900 million shares of AT&T, not Blackrock and Vanguard. Yeah, right. They are a private company, not a non-profit. That’s like Bank of America saying they are owned by their customers who deposit their money there — they are only the “custodians.” Ridiculous. Blackrock, State Street and Vanguard, taken together, are the de-facto owners of 40% of all publicly listed firms in the United States–they have voting rights after all. I’m sure Patrisse is just happy to be part of the club, part of the elite billionaire media monopoly Time Warner…a true Marxist!
But to Patrisse Cullors, consolidating $11 trillion dollars of wealth under 3 companies all run almost exclusively by “white men” and “white women” is of no importance to her BLM Marxist ideology. To Cullors, it’s the token intersectionality that corporate Marxists trot out in the form of “diversity boards” “public repudiations” and “unwavering support” for their conflict theory, which is actually not economic, but strictly intersectional. Every oppressed class must rise about against the ruling elite whites!… so what time do we go on Wolf Blitzer? These corporations will print T-shirts with the Gay Pride flag; they’ll self-flagellate with statements about “white privilege.” Facebook purges “white nationalists” for “inciting violence” over a guy who shot at a federal security guard. The perpetrator? A Hispanic guy…. yeah. But burning down police stations, stores and cities in the name of protesting white men and their supremacy? Corporations throw shekels.
They’ll donate millions; like Apple and Google did recently to BLM and in Apple’s case is “pledging a whopping $100 million for a new Racial Equity and Justice Initiative that will “challenge the systemic barriers to opportunity and dignity that exist for communities of color, and particularly for the black community.” Walmart will donate $100 million to create a new center for “racial equality.” To modern Marxists, Wal-Mart is based. Their rabid and fervent anti-union enforcement, coupled with their scheme to assist their employees in getting on food stamps and welfare, oh and their massive undercutting of small businesses nationwide to consolidate billions in the hands of a few is just too much to resist for 2020 Marxists because…”public statement and donation.”
The list of giant corporations lining up to support BLM and intersectionality, is stunning. Like Peloton said in an Instagram post: “we are tired, we are sad, we refuse to sit back and remain idle, while racism runs free.” (Ironic that their product is literally an idle stationary bike.) The merging of Marxism and corporatism is the new norm. The advent of corporate Marxism and the new dialectic thereof is that corporations and intersectional (cultural) Marxists, are struggling and in conflict against “white supremacy” and traditionalism because white people own the “means of production” in terms of a culture/political system that perpetuates their oppression–but Walmart, Apple, Amazon, Blackrock, Vanguard et al? Nah, they are on the side of the oppressed, obviously. But the nation can’t be oppressed by AIPAC, right? Who subverts Congress through an insidious lobbying process which admitted to an undercover reporter “Getting $38 billion in security aid to Israel matters, everything AIPAC does is focused on influencing Congress.” Nah, that Jefferson statue though…
It is simple why these mega corporate Marxists, and their international clique do so much to join the dialectic and fervently amplify and fund the message of a group like BLM and the intersectionalists in general, whose literal goals include “disrupting the western-based nuclear family, foster a queer‐affirming network, destroy heteronormative thinking, and disrupt cis-gender privilege.” It is because their goal is to destroy any semblance of morality and sink the country into a Weimar Republic. A divided cesspool of depravity with no shared culture, but only atomized ideologues tearing down statues from Thomas Jefferson to Leif Erickson.
It’s not the mass monopolized media who lies us into wars and makes billions from big pharma ads who make pills that send granny into bankruptcy…it’s a statue; and your white, married neighbor who works for FedEx, he’s the problem. A cop unjustly kills a black criminal and it’s time to tear the cities down and dismantle local government…war-profiteers with a revolving door in our government and their boardroom who make billions off systematic mass murder? Based. The irony is just mind-numbing.
It is the corporate Marxists interest to push ideologies in a direction that distract from their economic plunder and corruption rather than focus on destroying their corrupt monetary, fiat system. They want the focus on destroying normalcy and cultural and philosophical bulwarks instead–divide and conquer is the name of the game. They want you to hate your neighbor, not them. The perceived oppression based on immutable identity is the vehicle that BLM and other Marxist allies use to oppress other people based on their…immutable identity. Forget judging by ‘content of character’, now it’s by ‘character of content.’ Sound like Nazis to me.
“The unity of the nation disintegrating in a welter of egotistical political opinions, economic interests, and ideological conflicts.”
As was said in Feb, 1 1933, “Starting with the family, and including all notions of honor and loyalty, nation and fatherland, culture and economy, even the eternal foundations of our morals and our faith—nothing is spared by this negative, totally destructive ideology. . .Sound familiar? This ideology promoted by the corporate Marxists on behalf of the BLM Marxists et al, is anti-egalitarian; their unconscious mantra is “you’re only equal, if you’re like me.” Hello based? It focuses not on destruction of the minority of ruling class plutocrats, but the majority of decent European descendants of this country.
Yes, Patrisse, the country has been overrun with a systematic oppressor which has infiltrated our country through ruthless hegemonies. Consolidating wealth, concentrating the media, hi-jacking our banking system and money supply, shipping the jobs and industry out of the country for avaricious lust, spoiled the environment, paid off our politicians, sent our friends and family to die for war-profiteers; and most importantly, destroying the nuclear family and turning neighbor against neighbor.
I think they are on your side, Patrisse.