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  2. More Ranger lore: A West Texas community was experiencing civil unrest and rioting. They called for the Texas Rangers, and sure enough, one showed up on the next train. “Only one Ranger?”, they asked. “You’ve only got one riot, right?”
  3. There Is No Climate Justice Without Defunding the Police Brian Kahn Earther/Gizmodo 6/2/20 EXCERPT: he U.S. has erupted in protests over the brutal killing of George Floyd by police. The protests have largely been peaceful. The police response has not. Over the past week, widespread police violence has gripped the nation. Police have shot protestors with rubber bullets, tear gassed them, and beat them with batons. Using live bullets, police shot and killed David McAtee, a black chef in Louisville, and left his body in the streets for 12 hours. Armored vehicles and cops in tactical body armor have taken over the streets in response to protests that are specifically about police violence against black communities. The war zone look of police departments is the inevitable endpoint of a Pentagon program that has transferred more than $5 billion in military surplus equipment to local police and a decade-plus of Department of Homeland Security funding to help police buy even more. It’s why calls for justice from violence have been met with more violence: This is the only “tool” police have. There are many very good reasons to defund and demilitarize police forces across the country, including the fact that research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) shows it provides “no detectable benefits in terms of officer safety or violent crime reduction, on average.” But there’s another reason that’s also tied to the disproportionate suffering of black and brown communities. The climate crisis is exacerbating existing inequalities, and a militarized police force will only make those inequalities worse. There’s a better way forward, though, one that prioritizes resilience—taking funding away from the force that is over-policing and racial profiling black communities, and putting that funding into preparing them for a 21st century of dangerous weather driven by the climate crisis. (Full Story) -- Y'all heard it here first. ACAB and all cops are racist because of global warming. To protect our environment we need to make sure police don't wear scary looking vests. Polar bears will die if the police respond to riots in riot gear.
  4. So in a very short while, all these inner city food deserts are going to be filled with hungry people and even less food banks, groceries, etc. There won't be food trucks making deliveries to warzones (if they still have restaurants or groceries standing). Where will the hungry ones be directed to go get some food? That's right - the suburbs, and this time we'll get the buses filled with Antifa toughies to help overrun the establishments. This cannot be allowed to happen much further or we are going to be in a heap of trouble in a few more weeks. That being said, while these looters have been grabbing gear, the suburbs have been stocking up on food, guns and ammo. The guard/military need to be called in sooner rather than later. Remember having this talk a year or two ago, and explaining to one of our NY lefties that the strategy of taking the last boat to Boston might not work out too well. It's all playing out right now, and for his sake, I hope he gets on that boat.
  5. zurg

    Obamagate Gets Worse With DAMNING Declassified Memo

    Two options: 1) He won’t answer at all, 2) He’ll pretend answer by quoting your post but not answer the question. And then he’ll go back to blaming you for folding up like an empty suit because you didn’t answer HIS question (even though you did). Real life. Just can’t make this up. There really are people like Anton around.
  6. kestrel

    Obamagate Gets Worse With DAMNING Declassified Memo

    Really Monty...you can't fix stupid but kudos for the attempt Kestrel...
  7. Not sure, are you still wearing a mask and begging for lock-downs?
  8. Today
  9. Bounce-back relative to what? A full shutdown? Spending will still be way down compared to last year and stock market is seriously out of touch with reality, I think it’s headed for correction as the weak numbers come in from here.
  10. kestrel

    virtue Signaling gone wrong twitvid

    They do now! K...
  11. Live updates: As protests push past curfews and troops descend, CIA veterans say U.S. similar to collapsing nations The Washington Post - Lateshia Beachum, John Wagner, Brittany Shammas, Marisa Iati, Ben Guarino, Meryl Kornfield, Felicia Sonmez, Abigail Hauslohner -LINK <excerpted> Daytime clashes between police and the public on Tuesday were largely peaceful, as a second week of protests over George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis police custody began. As nightfall approached, major cities continued with widespread curfews, and the National Guard attempted to prevent another night of violence and chaos. In downtown Washington, a 7 p.m. curfew came and went with no movement by the massive crowd or federal law enforcement. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers, Border Patrol agents and other Department of Homeland Security personnel deployed for the second night in a row, the first time in years border agents have been used in the interior. Masked troops, many without official uniforms, stood in even rows on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. “This is what happens in countries before a collapse. It really does unnerve me,” said Gail Helt, a former CIA analyst. *snip* ******************************************
  12. How interesting! Media lied, once again. When are people going to learn not to fall for their lies?
  13. Natural Selection

    Protesters Tear-Gassed for Trump ‘Law and Order’ Photo Op

    Media Falsely Claimed Violent Riots Were Peaceful And That Tear Gas Was Used Against Rioters By Mollie Hemingway JUNE 2, 2020 The Federalist Every single major media outlet falsely reported that Park Police were unprovoked when they used “tear gas” to clear the area. If any of that were true, it might mark the first time in history that cops without gas masks launched tear gas in an area that the president of the United States easily walked through minutes later. After thousands of false tweets, print stories, and broadcast stories to the contrary, local journalist Neal Augenstein of WTOP reported that a Park Police source said “tear gas was never used — instead smoke canisters were deployed, which don’t have an uncomfortable irritant in them.” Further, the source said the crowd was dispersed because of projectiles being thrown by the “peaceful protesters” at the Park Police and because “peaceful protesters” had climbed on top of a structure in Lafayette Park that had been burned the prior night. Sgt. Eduardo Delgado, the public information officer for the Park Police, confirmed the agency did not use tear gas. And later this afternoon, United States Park Police acting Chief Gregory T. Monahan exploded the entire false narrative: On Monday, June 1, the USPP worked with the United States Secret Service to have temporary fencing installed inside Lafayette Park. At approximately 6:33 pm, violent protestors on H Street NW began throwing projectiles including bricks, frozen water bottles and caustic liquids. The protestors also climbed onto a historic building at the north end of Lafayette Park that was destroyed by arson days prior. Intelligence had revealed calls for violence against the police, and officers found caches of glass bottles, baseball bats and metal poles hidden along the street. To curtail the violence that was underway, the USPP, following established policy, issued three warnings over a loudspeaker to alert demonstrators on H Street to evacuate the area. Horse mounted patrol, Civil Disturbance Units and additional personnel were used to clear the area. As many of the protestors became more combative, continued to throw projectiles, and attempted to grab officers’ weapons, officers then employed the use of smoke canisters and pepper balls. No tear gas was used by USPP officers or other assisting law enforcement partners to close the area at Lafayette Park. Subsequently, the fence was installed. (link to article)
  14. Natural Selection

    Protesters Tear-Gassed for Trump ‘Law and Order’ Photo Op

    "People who gathered outside the White House to protest police brutality spent Monday waving signs and screaming for justice. They watched as police officers and National Guard units flooded Lafayette Square, delivering on a threat made by President Trump. And just before the city’s 7 p.m. curfew went into effect, they were hit with flash-bang explosions and doused with tear gas." (source)
  15. MontyPython

    Obamagate Gets Worse With DAMNING Declassified Memo

    LOLOLOL Tell yourself whatever keeps you happy, LOL. Now answer the question: Is it your contention "Fast & Furious" never happened, or that it "wasn't illegal"? I really want to know.
  16. AntonToo

    Obamagate Gets Worse With DAMNING Declassified Memo

    Trying to reason with Monty is clearly a one way trip to nowhere.
  17. Liberals and Socialists are nothing more than sponges. A lot of Democrats across the country are getting sick of the rioting, looting and arson and will vote for Trump. Right now in Hancock Park where LA Mayor Eric Garcetti lives in a mansion there are at least 3,000 vermin demand he defund the LAPD!!! These pigs think it's OK to loot and destroy property.
  18. Natural Selection

    MN Mayor: We Urge Rioters to Wear Masks and Practice Social Distancing

    Most public gatherings require a permit. I don't see why peaceful demonstrations should be exempt.
  19. Natural Selection

    virtue Signaling gone wrong twitvid

    The people in the apartment clearly don't understand what's really happening outside.
  20. MontyPython

    Obamagate Gets Worse With DAMNING Declassified Memo

    Yes, and it's sad how incredibly uninformed you are. Yup. *sigh* It's not that facts "cannot be conceivably questioned". In fact I stated exactly the opposite: Idiots can, and often do, dispute/contradict/question the facts. It doesn't render the facts any less factual, nor the idiots any less idiotic. And just because I'm dying of curiosity, let's look at a single example: Fast & Furious (and the subsequent murder of Brian Terry): Is it your contention that it "didn't happen"? Or is it your contention that it "wasn't illegal"?
  21. Regardless, at least they're not filthy Jews attending a funeral.
  22. LOL. I think you should be more worried about what's wrong with you, not the girl.
  23. I love you guys....thanks for your insights and strategic thinking.....I have be a lurker for along time and don't really have a voice in these discussions but I agree with you all.....even see the other side (thanks liberal RNers). The dialogs are fantastic. keep it up.
  24. No tear gas, false story. https://www.redstate.com/nick-arama/2020/06/02/park-police-calls-out-fake-news-authorities-did-not-use-tear-gas-to-clear-protesters-some-werent-peaceful/
  25. I am more of a voyeur than a talker, but this has gotten way out of hand. These thugs (as the President rightly puts it) are out to destroy this country. No longer a protest...just violence for violence sake. It is time for Federal troops to step in and quell the violence. There is no room to talk when businesses are being destroyed. I would not have an issue of an owner shooting looters who violate their stores. Nuff said.
  26. Yesterday
  27. "The protesters, last night, were peaceful. These particular people did nothing to warrant this. They were merely standing there holding signs." I thought they started throwing "half full bottles of water" 1 gal weighs 8pounds don't know how much a "half bottle weighs" but bet it would hurt...just checked its approximately 16 -33 oz's so at min it weighs 1 pound...so average person throws at 40-60 miles/hr I bet that would hurt just a little. Kestrel...
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