1. Remember James O’Keefe’s expose of the Bernie campaign?
— C3RF (@CC_CRF) June 2, 2020
2. Tim Poole take on the refusal to charge a man who defended his bar by shooting an attacker during riot
(If someone can find a video on this which is more news than opinion, that would be great Ill replace this one right away.)
Thank you MarcusZ:
A bar owner shot a protester on Saturday night after the mob came for him and his business. The incident was caught on video. You can hear the person taking the video warning the people to stay back, shouting “This n**** got a gun!… It’s not worth it, n****!” as the mob encroached on a backpedaling Jake Gardner, owner of The Hive bar in Omaha, Nebraska. The mob starts to tackle Gardner to the ground, and shots start to ring out.
Gardner will not be facing charges, as the Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine announced on Monday, proclaiming Gardner’s actions to be in self defense.
3. Rioter inserts himself under a massive multi-car FEDEX truck, narrator tries to blame it on truck. There is no way the driver could have known that he had an idiot-barnacle between the containers.
4. Trevor Loudon documentary on ANTIFA
With the Trudeau government still inexplicably refusing to ban Huawei from Canada’s 5G networks, it appears some private companies are making the decision themselves.
Bell Canada has announced that Ericsson, a Swedish company, will be their vendor for upcoming 5G wireless networks.
In a statement, Bell’s CEO said “Bell’s 5G strategy supports our goal to advance how Canadians connect with each other and the world, and Ericsson’s innovative 5G network products and experience on the global stage will be key to our rollout of this game-changing mobile technology.”
Bell chose Ericsson, which is headquartered in a democratic country, over Huawei, a company headquartered in the ruthless Chinese Communist State.
Additionally, Bell says they will work with Nokia, a Finnish company.
(Now the trick is to make sure that the Swedish supplier doesn’t use Chinese chips or software in its devices.)
6. Epoch Times looks at China’s likely involvement in stoking the riots in the US
7. Here is an odd one. It smacks of a Smollett to these eyes. First the news story:
VANCOUVER — Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a suspect in an alleged hate crime that targeted a Muslim teenager who was wearing a hijab on public transit.
Authorities said the 17-year-old victim and her mother boarded a bus in downtown Vancouver on the afternoon of May 21, and that a fellow passenger began mocking her ethnicity and asking if she was Canadian.
The suspect then told her, “Your smile is making me want to punch you in the face,” or something to that effect, before punching the teenager in the head several times and partially knocking off her headscarf, according to a news release from Metro Vancouver Transit Police.
(Watch the video here or at CTV. But notice the hoodie with the giant word, “PINK”.
Below, a video of PINK who is a massive SJW and far leftist. If the attacker was ANTIFA it would not be a surprise. And if the event was to put Islamophobia back on the news, that would also not be a surprise. Smollett wasn’t that long ago. Makes one wonder if they haven’t been staging events designed to kick off the kinds of rioting that they finally found the excuse for.
8. MEMRI: Iranian analyst says Blacks in US have literary skills of Iranian third-graders
9. Atlanta Islamic Scholar: Destruction, Violence Part of Quranic Model Used by Muslims in Revolutions
10. BLM are a pawns of Hamas. Hamas Leader, Nihad Awad from January 2016
Thank you PePi, M., Wrath of Khan, ML., Richard, PePi, Coram Deo, Sassy, and all who sent information to this site over this week, and since the riots began.
At some point we need to take a deeper look. At the moment, Stephen Coughlin has papers published at his site.
Once I make it through what he has published, I may offer an insight or two of my own.
One thing that seems to be in play for me though, is Soros’ concept of “reflexivity”.
A crude example of this would be when Islamic terrorists plant bombs or snipers for the first responders. Knowing our methods is like knowing the future. And since our enemies know how we deal with events, it adds a force multiplier to their efforts.
How this may apply here, is knowing that our system of justice, the best in the world by the way and the best that has ever been, needs to function a certain way, and requires both a base level of IQ to understand, and a base level of education to apply that IQ to suppress animal urges and let the system work.
If a White Cop for example, were to shoot a black man who was beating on him and reaching through the window of his car to get at his gun, the system would find that cop not guilty of a crime. But a clever inciter might think, “We know this cop isn’t guilty. But we can apply the ‘Who Shot Liberty Valance’ principle here and create a legend of what happened, then force the media to print that. This way, when the system tells the truth, we can incite more hatred against the system because everyone will think its been rigged against them.”
The words of Joseph Goebbels once again:
“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”
Nazi propaganda minister, Joseph Goebbels
It has been my suspicion for some time that BLM only goes after cases where the police are 100% justified in their actions against a perp who would be black in the cases cherry picked by BLM. My thinking for the couple of years I have suspected that was that if they went after police who really were guilty of racism then it would actually make the US a better place. Assuming that police actions or killings were motivated by that racism of course. Certainly there have been a couple of incidents where that appeared to be the case. But there were no riots. No statements. The actions, I rightly assumed but applied to the wrong tactics, was to destroy the system not to make it better.
But its much more insidious than that.
The idea is to create hatred and contempt at every stage. When the arrest is made of the officer, when evidence comes out that in fact it may not be as it seems, when the trial happens and it can be made to look rigged, although in fact it isn’t. And when the police are acquitted because in fact they are not guilty of anything.
It is a little like that old joke:
A man dies and goes to heaven. He meets with St. Peter at the Pearly gates and is told: “Congratulations! You have made it to Heaven. As a new arrival, you may have the opportunity to ask God one question directly and come to know the ultimate truth of the matter!”. So the man accepts and eagerly heads over to where he is to meet God and ask his question.
After some time and no small amount of harp music, God himself appears and motions the man forwards and booms, “What would you like to have revealed unto you this day?”
The man stands resolutely and asks:
What REALLY happened on 911 in NY and who attacked the WTC?”
And God says:
Thats an easy one. Bin Laden’s Islamic terror group flew aircraft into the buildings causing them to collapse as the building’s designs required them to do, straight down. The tunnels under the complex also collapsed from the weight bringing down building 7″.
And the man replied:
WOW! I didn’t realize how high this conspiracy went!
This is how I view the application of Soros’ “reflexivity” and why I think these riots only seem to happen when the killing actually wasn’t what it appears.
Each one of these events is fresh fuel to instil hatred, mistrust and contempt into the minds of the people in the US and the world. To degrade the moral authority of the US to even exist as a polity.
Thank you to those who took the time to read these thoughts.
Eeyore for VladTepesBlog.