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General Discussion / Re: Minneapolis is burning down
« Last post by Dr. Naomi Hunter on Today at 01:34:01 am »

"The backlash - the riots - by 2020 - right on cue with the Strategic Trends/Deus Ex agenda

By 2025, people seemed to be growing weary of so much top-down control and letting leaders and authorities make choices for them.

Wherever national interests clashed with individual interests, there was conflict. Sporadic pushback became increasingly organized and coordinated, as disaffected youth and people who had seen their status and opportunities slip away - largely in developing countries - incited civil unrest (my note: I especially like this part - 'especially in developing countries. It implies people will be hit hardest economically and status-wise in the 'developed world'). In 2026, protestors in Nigeria brought down the government, fed up with the entrenched cronyism and corruption. Even those who liked the greater stability and predictability of this world began to grow uncomfortable and constrained by so many tight rules and by the strictness of national boundaries. The feeling lingered that sooner or later, something would inevitably upset the neat order that the world's governments had worked so hard to establish."

"No difference anymore between 'developed' and 'developing' nations

By 2030, the distinction between 'developed' and 'developing' nations no longer seemed particularly descriptive or relevant."

"...But no one was prepared for a world in which large-scale catastrophes would occur with such breathtaking frequency. The years 2010 to 2020 were dubbed the “doom decade” for good reason..."

..."Not surprisingly, this opening series of deadly asynchronous catastrophes (there were more) put enormous pressure on an already overstressed global economy that had entered the decade still in recession."

..."With government power weakened, order rapidly disintegrating, and safety nets evaporating, violence and crime grew more rampant. "

..."But despite such efforts, the global have/have-not gap grew wider than ever. The very rich still had the financial means to protect themselves; gated communities sprung up from New York to Lagos, providing safe havens surrounded by slums. In 2025, it was de rigueur to build not a house but a high-walled fortress, guarded by armed personnel. The wealthy also capitalized on the loose regulatory environment to experiment with advanced medical treatments and other under-the-radar activities.  Those who couldn’t buy their way out of chaos —   which was most people —   retreated to whatever “safety” they could find. With opportunity frozen and global mobility at a near standstill —   no place wanted more people, especially more poor people —   it was often a retreat to the familiar: family ties, religious beliefs, or even national allegiance. Trust was afforded to those who guaranteed safety and survival —   whether it was a warlord, an evangelical preacher, or a mother. In some places, the collapse of state capacity led to a resurgence of feudalism."
General Discussion / Re: Minneapolis is burning down
« Last post by Dr. Naomi Hunter on May 29, 2020, 10:05:05 pm »
Imagine what would happen if rioters attacked and destroyed CDC headquarters and the United Nations building.
General Discussion / Re: Minneapolis is burning down - CNN under attack
« Last post by poseidonlost on May 29, 2020, 08:32:36 pm »
HAHAHAAAA they always go for the "intelligentsia" first! "Bu-but, we're the good guys!"  8)  ;)

FUCK the lying media
This is from last week, but given we're on a cop binge here past couple of days, why not. Abolish the police, end the drug war, and restore the office of sheriff.

91 more Gerald Goines drug convictions being investigated by district attorney

By T.J. Parker
Thursday, May 21, 2020

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Prosecutors are anticipating at least 91 more drug convictions to be overturned in relation to former Houston Police Officer Gerald Goines.

"We will continue to work to clear people convicted solely on the word of a police officer who we can no longer trust," Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said Thursday. "We are committed to making sure the criminal justice is fair and just for everyone."

All of the cases being discussed by Ogg Thursday involved search warrants in which Goines was the affiant on the warrant that led to the search and seizure.

Goines is one of two HPD officers indicted in a botched narcotics raid at a home on Harding Street that resulted in the deaths of Dennis Tuttle and his wife Rhogena Nicholas in January 2019. Goines has been indicted for felony murder and tampering with a government record.
Four officers were also shot and survived their injuries.

He's accused of lying to get a search warrant to go inside the couple's home.

The raid launched an investigation into Goines and the officers in the squad.

In an effort to make things right for the people convicted in 91 cases, prosecutors are filing motions and asking lawyers to be appointed for each defendant in cases where Goines obtained search warrants.

"We've come to the conclusion that every conviction in which Goines was the major player, for the past 11 years, needs to be flipped," said Josh Reiss, chief of the Post-Conviction Writs Division of the DA's Office. He adds, "The number of cases may grow."

Lawyers will review whether the evidence presented by Goines was material to convict their client.

If so, they will decide whether to request a new trial in which prosecutors anticipate they will agree to eventual dismissal.

"If the magistrate who Goines asked to sign a warrant to permit the raid on Harding Street had known of his history of lies and deception, he would not have signed it, and Rhogena and Dennis would likely still be alive today," Ogg noted.

The DA's office anticipates agreeing to relief in a total of 164 cases. They say all of the defendants are minorities, most of which are African American.


Took an armed white couple to end this terrorist's crime spree. No riots for them. I just heard a great saying... "It's not black versus white; it's blue versus YOU."
General Discussion / Thugs invade home - shoot at each other - 1 dead
« Last post by poseidonlost on May 29, 2020, 08:04:16 pm »
Fort Bend Co. Pct. 4 deputy constable dies after being shot in friendly fire incident

By Jeff Ehling
Friday, May 29, 2020 11:51AM

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) -- A Fort Bend County Precinct 4 deputy constable has died after he was shot in a friendly fire incident Friday morning in the Sienna Plantation subdivision.

It happened around 1:40 a.m. as three sheriff's deputy units and the deputy constable responded to a call for a property check at a home in the 3900 block of Chestnut Bend.

According to officials, a neighbor called and reported she thought she saw someone running.

Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls said when deputies arrived at the scene, they entered the home through an unsecured back door.

As they were going through the process of clearing the home, a sheriff's deputy thought there was a suspect inside the house and fired his weapon.

It turned out that the person who was shot was the deputy constable, who has been identified as Caleb Rule.

Rule, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, was shot in the chest and flown to Memorial Hermann Hospital, where he died.


The Texas Rangers are leading the investigation into the incident.
General Discussion / 102 years of no race riots gone
« Last post by poseidonlost on May 29, 2020, 06:19:15 pm »
Last race riot in Houston was during World War One when out of town blacks in the Army lost their shit at a military camp. 102 year streak. Gone. I don't think there's been any riot at all since then in Houston. I've been to quite a few protests. Nothing bad ever happened.

Live now...
General Discussion / Re: Minneapolis is burning down
« Last post by poseidonlost on May 29, 2020, 06:14:17 pm »
What if it was a conservative mayor ?

But it wasn't and never is  ... so ?  Trying to change the subject ... with distraction ...

LMAO Yea cause no "conservative" has shut down parts of the economy according to what they felt was essential, forcing people to lose jobs and income, then turning around and fighting to keep property appraisals at pre-virus levels so those property taxes can keep coming in to pay for public schools people don't use that are good for pumping out brainwashed socialist scum. Conservatives can't be blamed for the drug war at all, leading to mass incarcerations of Americans, no trust of any police force, and shattered community relations. But hey, Make Israel Great Again right?

General Discussion / Re: Minneapolis is burning down
« Last post by tahoeblue on May 29, 2020, 03:01:22 pm »
What if it was a conservative mayor ?

But it wasn't and never is  ... so ?  Trying to change the subject ... with distraction ...
Reba McEntire - What If (Official Music Video 2020)
Premiered May 7, 2020
The official music video for Reba's What If.

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Let see earlier was Charlettesville ... and  Who was the Mayor ...
Michael Signer

He earned a Ph.D. in political science from the University of California, Berkeley,

He was president of the Law Democrats, and co-founder of the UVA Chapter of the American Constitution Society. At UVA, he founded the UVA Coalition for Progress on Race, and went on to co-found the Center for the Study of Race and Law.[5]

Signer was senior policy advisor at the Center for American Progress, and later that year worked with John Podesta on President-Elect Barack Obama's State Department Transition Team


On January 4, 2016, Charlottesville City Council elected Signer as the city's new mayor,
In the wake of the violent "Unite the Right" event of August 2017, the City, under Signer's tenure, collaborated with Georgetown University's Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection to successfully sue over a dozen paramilitary groups under a provision of the Virginia Constitution to prevent them from entering the city again.

Signer, who is Jewish, lives in Charlottesville with his wife and their twin sons

He is a principal and former board member of the Truman National Security Project.

The Truman National Security Project is a left-leaning national security and leadership development organization based in Washington, D.C. It serves to organize American progressives on issues of national security and foreign policy. The organization is named after President Harry S. Truman.[1] It was founded in 2004 by Dr. Rachel Kleinfeld, a Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.[2]

As of March 2019, Hunter Biden, son of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, was a Board Member and Vice Chairman of the Truman National Security Project
Charlottesville mayor: I changed my mind about Confederate monuments
By Joe Sterling and Ralph Ellis, CNN

 (CNN)Earlier this year, Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer voted against moving the Robert E. Lee statue out of a city park. Instead, he wanted to create "a new context" around the statue of the Confederate general.

Now Signer has changed his mind. He wants Lee gone ASAP.

"I think everything changed last weekend," Signer said Friday on CNN's "AC360," referring to the violence that broke out when white supremacists and neo-Nazis came to demonstrate against the removal of the statue and clashed with counterprotesters.
Create Havoc: Charlottesville and American Democracy Under Siege Hardcover – March 10, 2020
Michael Signer

The left-wing municipality of Charlottesville under its mayor, Michael Signer, took the decision in February 2017 to remove the general’s statue because they saw it as a “symbol of racism”. However, opponents of the move sued the city in March and the court case is still going on. In June, the city changed the name of Lee Park where it stands to “Emancipation Park”.
General Discussion / Re: Minneapolis is burning down
« Last post by EvadingGrid on May 29, 2020, 02:34:17 pm »
Lets see ... a democrat controlled city for decades ,  with a leftist mayor .... This is their creation ... for the selection .... the demoncats hire these goons ...  They need to get the Black base riled up for the selection 

What if it was a conservative mayor ?

General Discussion / Re: Minneapolis is burning down
« Last post by tahoeblue on May 29, 2020, 01:13:16 pm »
Evidence Of Deep State Inciting Minneapolis Riots?
Mystery Man In All Black With Brand New Respirator
Seen Breaking Car Windows With Hammer - Watch
WATCH: Minneapolis Cop at Center of George Floyd’s Street Murder Has Gone Missing; Neighbors Say They Didn’t Even Know He Was a Cop

The Minneapolis police officer seen kneeling on the neck of an unarmed black man heard saying “I can’t breathe” multiple times before he died — has packed up and left his home. He remains free to travel pending arrest but neighbors said they didn’t even know Derek Chauvin was a cop.

“We thought he was a realtor,” the neighbors of the embattled and fired Minneapolis Police veteran said. So, where in Derek Chauvin?

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Minneapolis club owner: George Floyd, ex-cop Derek Chauvin both worked security at club

MINNEAPOLIS — A former Minneapolis club owner has said that both George Floyd and the fired police officer in whose custody Floyd died Monday used to work security at her club, opening up the question of whether the two men knew one another.

Maya Santamaria told KSTP in Minneapolis that Floyd and Derek Chauvin worked security at El Nuevo Rodeo up to the end of last year. Santamaria said she sold the building, which she owned for 20 years, a few months ago.

“Chauvin was our off-duty police for almost the entirety of the 17 years that we were open,” Santamaria told the news station. “They were working together at the same time, it’s just that Chauvin worked outside and the security guards were inside.”
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