Five disturbing items ranging from potential mass war to mass gaslighting: Links 1, April 21, 2021

1. Tweet from US STRATCOM

(When I read this tweet, in my head I hear: “Things could go sideways”)

2. As reported on Vlad at the time, the White Helmets were part of the jihad, and probably one of Obama’s best cons against the American people.

3. The Vatican has a strange guest list. If you are Catholic, it might be time to create a new hierarchy and select a Pope who is also Catholic.

4. Whats her face speaks with the family of a 12 year old girl who’s life was destroyed by one of the experimental mRNA injections, but would probably never have gotten seriously sick from the virus the injection was to mitigate.

5. Russia has 150,000 troops on the border of Ukraine. Please see item 1.

6. China reacts to the US administration’s sale of weapons systems to Taiwan

Thank you Chris Jones, M., Johnny U., PC., Richard, EB., ET., EB., and many more who are staying the course when the water gets increasingly choppy.

 

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

20 Replies to “Five disturbing items ranging from potential mass war to mass gaslighting: Links 1, April 21, 2021”

  1. https://www.foxnews.com/us/live-updates-reactions-to-derek-chauvin-guilty-verdict

    Look at this absolute codswallop. Listen to Biden bleat on about how “Systemic racism is a stain upon America’s soul”.

    Talk about the Emperor’s Magical New Clothes. There is not one piece of evidence that as much as suggests that George Floyd’s death had anything to do with race, except that Chauvin is white and Floyd was black. All the racism stuff is pure creative writing, and yet the lefties invoke “racism” as if it was an obvious and easily proven fact, which it definitely is not. Can anyone tell me one non-magical thing that suggests race in the Chauvin trial?

    This is exactly like reading Pravda or Tass or the Communist People’s Daily and simply nodding in agreement with every outrageous lie they tell out of fear of what will happen if you step out of line. Soon we will be referring to “freedom of speech” and “truth” as some mystical things they used to have back in the old days…

    • Marc Levin tonight mentioned what systemic racism–actually antisemitism–looks like:
      NY Times smokescreens 1940’s mass murders of Jews

      Sen Warren holds Israel to a higher standard than Germany or Japan etc. as a US ally that purchases and receives American materiale

      my item: US refuses to press for extraditing Jordanian radio host who in August 2001 showed a man where to place a bomb in a pizza place so he could murder American and Dutch Jews waiting in line

  2. 2. As reported on Vlad at the time, the White Helmets were part of the jihad

    What I don’t get is how a whole roomful of Admirals and Generals along with the Director of the CIA and the Director of Homeland Security along with the President can all not know that the “White Helmets” are as phoney as a 7-dollar bill and just the conniving bastards to put on a false-flag gas-attack, while a little nobody like me can know it for sure with nothing but an internet connection to guide me. Why is that? Am I really smarter than all those Harvard and Yale star-valedictorians and Rhodes Scholars? Seems unlikely. But they wouldn’t just be lying to us, would they…?

    It never made any sense at all to attack Syria on the basis of White-helmet claims of chemical weapons attacks against “their own people”, just when the US was watching most closely…

  3. Comply or Die: The Only Truly Compliant Person in a Police State Is a Dead One
    By John W. Whitehead and Nisha Whitehead
    Global Research, April 21, 2021
    Region: USA
    Theme: Law and Justice, Police State & Civil Rights

    “If you don’t want to get shot, tased, pepper-sprayed, struck with a baton or thrown to the ground, just do what I tell you. Don’t argue with me, don’t call me names, don’t tell me that I can’t stop you, don’t say I’m a racist pig, don’t threaten that you’ll sue me and take away my badge. Don’t scream at me that you pay my salary, and don’t even think of aggressively walking towards me.”—Officer with the Los Angeles Police Department

    Consider just some of the scenarios in which unarmed Americans have been shot and killed by police:

    Killed for taking public transit. Oscar Grant, traveling home on a train packed with New Year’s Eve revelers, was pulled off the train while police investigated reports of fighting, shoved against a wall, punched in the head, kneed in the face, then shot and killed by police while lying face down on a train platform.

    Killed for standing in a “shooting stance.” In California, police opened fire on and killed a mentally challenged—unarmed—black man within minutes of arriving on the scene, allegedly because he removed a vape smoking device from his pocket and took a “shooting stance.”

    Killed for holding a cell phone. Police in Arizona shot a man who was running away from U.S. Marshals after he refused to drop an object that turned out to be a cellphone.

    Killed for displaying air fresheners from a rearview mirror. Daunte Wright was shot and killed during a traffic stop over an expired registration and a state law prohibiting motorists from hanging air fresheners and other items from their rearview mirrors. Police claimed to have mistakenly used a gun instead of a Taser.

    Killed for behaving oddly and holding a baseball bat. Responding to a domestic disturbance call, Chicago police shot and killed 19-year-old college student Quintonio LeGrier who had reportedly been experiencing mental health problems and was carrying a baseball bat around the apartment where he and his father lived.

    Killed for opening the front door. Bettie Jones, who lived on the floor below LeGrier, was also fatally shot—this time, accidentally—when she attempted to open the front door for police.

    Killed for being a child in a car pursued by police. Jeremy David Mardis, six years old and autistic, died after being shot multiple times by Louisiana police in the head and torso. Police opened fire on the car—driven by Jeremy’s father, Chris Few, who was also shot—and then allegedly lied, claiming that they were attempting to deliver an outstanding warrant, that Few resisted arrest, that he shot at police (no gun was found), and that he tried to ram his car into a police cruiser. Body camera footage refuted the police’s claims.

    Killed for approaching police with a metal spoon. In Alabama, police shot and killed a 50-year-old man who reportedly charged a police officer while holding “a large metal spoon in a threatening manner.”

    Killed for holding a tree branch. Georgia police shot and killed a 47-year-old man wearing only shorts and tennis shoes who, when first encountered, was sitting in the woods against a tree, only to start running towards police holding a stick in an “aggressive manner.”

    Killed for crawling around naked. Atlanta police shot and killed an unarmed man who was reported to have been “acting deranged, knocking on doors, crawling around on the ground naked.” Police fired two shots at the man after he reportedly starting running towards them.

    Killed for hunching over. Responding to a domestic trouble call, multiple officers with the Baltimore County police forced their way inside a home where they proceeded to open fire on an unarmed 41-year-old man who was hunched over in a defensive posture. The man was killed in front of his two young daughters and their mother.

    Killed because a police officer accidentally pulled out his gun instead of his taser. An Oklahoma man suspected of trying to sell an illegal handgun was shot and killed after a 73-year-old reserve deputy inadvertently fired his gun instead of his taser. “Oh! I shot him! I’m sorry!” the deputy cried out.

    Killed for wearing dark pants and a basketball jersey. Donnell Thompson, a mentally disabled 27-year-old described as gentle and shy, was shot and killed after police—searching for a carjacking suspect reportedly wearing similar clothing—encountered him lying motionless in a neighborhood yard. Police “only” opened fire with an M4 rifle after Thompson first failed to respond to their flash bang grenades and then started running after being hit by foam bullets.

    Killed for telling police you lawfully own a firearm. Philando Castile was shot and killed during a routine traffic stop allegedly over a broken tail light. As he was reaching for his license and registration, Castile explained to police that he had a conceal-and-carry permit. That’s all it took for police to shoot Castile four times in the presence of his girlfriend and her 4-year-old daughter.

    Killed for leaving anywhere at all when a police officer pulls up. Deravis Caine Rogers was killed after starting to drive away from an apartment complex right around the same time as a police officer pulled up. Despite the fact that the police officer had no reason to believe Rogers was a threat or was suspected of any illegal activity, the officer fired into Rogers’ passenger side window.

    Killed for driving while deaf. In North Carolina, a state trooper shot and killed 29-year-old Daniel K. Harris—who was deaf—after Harris initially failed to pull over during a traffic stop.

    Killed for shopping at Walmart. John Crawford III was shot and killed by police responding to reports of an armed man in an Ohio Walmart. Crawford, shopping and talking on his phone, had been holding an unpackaged pellet gun that had been sitting on a store shelf.

    Killed for being homeless. Los Angeles police shot an unarmed homeless man after he failed to stop riding his bicycle and then proceeded to run from police.

    Killed for brandishing a shoehorn. John Wrana, a 95-year-old World War II veteran, lived in an assisted living center, used a walker to get around, and was shot and killed by police who mistook the shoehorn in his hand for a 2-foot-long machete and fired multiple beanbag rounds from a shotgun at close range.

    Killed for playing in a park. Tamir Rice was shot and killed in an Ohio park when a police officer mistook the 12-year-old’s toy airsoft pistol for a real gun.

    Killed for having your car break down on the road. Terence Crutcher, unarmed and black, was shot and killed by Oklahoma police after his car broke down on the side of the road. Crutcher was shot in the back while walking towards his car with his hands up.

    Killed for being in your own apartment. Botham Jean was shot and killed when a police officer entered Jean’s unlocked apartment, mistaking it for her own and mistaking Jean for a burglar.

    Killed for staying up late. Atatiana Jefferson, up late playing video games with her 8-year-old nephew, was shot and killed after neighbors who were concerned about that the lights were on in the house asked police to do a wellness check.

    Killed for holding a garden hose. California police were ordered to pay $6.5 million after they opened fire on a man holding a garden hose, believing it to be a gun. Douglas Zerby was shot 12 times and pronounced dead on the scene.

    This is what constitutes “law and order” in the American police state.

    • Mmm… That’s a long list of police murderers, I’ll take the first one to see if it is valid:

      “Killed for taking public transit. Oscar Grant, traveling home on a train packed with New Year’s Eve revelers, was pulled off the train while police investigated reports of fighting, shoved against a wall, punched in the head, kneed in the face, then shot and killed by police while lying face down on a train platform.”

      Just an innocent guy, traveling home.

      “Leading up to the shooting, Grant was on the train and was recognized by his friend Katie, which in turn caused an enemy from a nearby gang to recognize Grant and proceed to fight him. However, some of the other passengers on the train, along with Grant’s girlfriend Sophina, were able to break up the fight. Shortly afterward, the train conductor announced to the passengers that the police had been contacted and were on their way to the station at which they were stopped.”

      “…police started to pick out people they believed to have been involved in the fight. Officer Pirone walked up to two African-American men and ripped the jacket off one. Pirone threw three people against the wall and then turned to the train, yelling for everyone involved in the fight to exit the train and come to him.”

      “.so Officer Pirone walked into the train to see if there was anyone who looked as if they were involved in the fight. Pirone saw Grant dressed in an outfit similar to that worn by those who were sitting against the platform wall and therefore removed him.”

      “On January 30, 2010, Alameda County prosecutors charged Officer Mehserle with second-degree murder in their indictment for the shooting. Mehserle resigned from his position and pleaded not guilty. The trial began on June 10, 2010. On July 8, 2010, Mehserle was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and not guilty of the murder charge and voluntary manslaughter.”
      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shooting_of_Oscar_Grant

      A list of the fatherless? These that the police have to meet every night?

      “A separate suit by Grant’s father did not result in a jury award, as it was decided that due to his imprisonment he was not sufficiently involved in Grant’s life.”

      “Killed for taking public transit.” You can’t make this Marxist propaganda up.

    • I got arrested (mistakenly) by a crowd of plain-clothed cops with guns drawn and pointed at me and I can assure you it would be easy as pie to get yourself shot in a situation like that. They’re all yelling obscenities and acting mad as hell and you just know that one sudden move would result in about fifty gunshot wounds in about two seconds.

      My advice is to always be extremely careful, calm, and compliant around the police. They could make an on-the-job mistake and you could end up dead. I certainly would have been had I acted like any of these black guys resisting arrest and getting killed.

      Who could be dumb enough to pick a fight with the Lone Ranger…?

  4. Items 1 and 5 – The following video will explain why Russia isn’t going to pull back from the war with Ukraine, to do so will mean that they are giving up on controlling the Crimea and are willing to give up their warm weather Naval Port.

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