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1 minute ago, hasanhh said:

What l remember is they both knew each other from some place. Let me look.

BRB.

I just checked. Chauvin was police security on the outside of the club. Floyd was private security on the inside of the club.

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2 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

What l remember is they both knew each other from some place. Let me look.

BRB.

 

4 minutes ago, AmirioTheMuzzy said:

@hasanhh Out of curiosity, what is your ethnicity?

Choose not to repeat at the moment.

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On 1/7/2021 at 9:06 PM, AmirioTheMuzzy said:

It boggles me why [...] the [leftists] won't just make a third-party?

Apparently there is a populist-socialist party called the "people's party" that is becoming increasingly popular:

 

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“On Wednesday, January 13, 2021, the President signed into law: H.R. 221, the “Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Act,” which elevates the Special Envoy for Monitoring and Combating Anti-Semitism”

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/bill-announcement-011321/

 

Yep just like I thought, they're coming for the "far-right" people. Trump ended up betraying his own people.

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On 1/10/2021 at 2:55 AM, hasanhh said:

parler.com taken down in a coordinated way by Silicon Valley

https://www.techcrunch.com/2021/01/09/the-deplatforming-of-a-president/

NOTE: The media hype is "he can always call a press conference," BUT Nutworks have refused to carry press conferences before for several Presidents.

So, now what is the No.1 app site now? parler.com  Duh?

https://www.techcrunch.com/2021/01/09/parler-jumps-to-no-1-on-app-store-after-facebook-and-twitter-bans/   Google and others have followed along.   Some well-known names have now signed up. Typical reaction to censorship -even the Roman Catholics learned this from their lndex. The site is re-working/re-modeling itself.

Meanwhile, clashes occurred in San Diego between groups.

 

Parler.com has announced that it will probably not be back online (Due to obstructions).

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On 1/9/2021 at 12:33 PM, hasanhh said:

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"Adam Chris1ian Johnson, the genius who stole [Peloussi's Speaker's] lectern . . . "

 

speculate that Pelossi will want another one because that one has been "contaminated" by regular people.

"ooooh . . . yuck . . . people bugs . . . Trumpette germs . . . "

l got this wrong.  :cryhappy:

The lectern was found 07Jan in a corridor, just off the Capital Dome on the Senate side by a Senate Staffer. lt was stored in a closet under a stairway on the Third Floor of the House. Value estimated at $1,000. (So the gov't can claim grand theft during the trial.)

https://www.abcnews.go.com/Politics/house-speaker-nancy-pelosis-lectern-stolen-capitol-riot/story 

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57 minutes ago, hasanhh said:

(So the gov't can claim grand theft during the trial.)

Grand theft is pretty minor when compared to treason and terrorism. 

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23 minutes ago, AmirioTheMuzzy said:

l came across this video today.

l didn't watch the video because l heard last Summer that the ratio is 4:1

Blacks are 13% of the population.

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8 hours ago, AmirioTheMuzzy said:

More Performative nonsense and Censorship

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SPHPZRteFU

l watched RMedhurst. You could find a better presenter, lMH0.

l also watched the next spot, which l suspect you'II Iike more.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37N0aFmO19o

7 minutes. The first part is a little terse, but you'll like l think the last third.

Huxley vs. 0rwell

OBTW, Remember, Big Data is Watching You 

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Jenna Ryan, a Texas real estate broker who took a private jet to Washington to join the attack on the US Capitol, has pleaded with Donald Trump to pardon her after she was arrested by federal authorities.

 

Previously she seemed to have been willing to die for the cause. It's a bit of a climb down to now be worried about a few years in lock-up.

 

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During a live Facebook video at the scene of the incursion, Ryan stated: “We are going to *** go in here. Life or death, it doesn’t matter. Here we go.”

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/jan/16/us-capitol-rioters-donald-trump-pardons

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Media is has started photo-shopping fake images/pictures.

There are varying pictures of a gallows, set up at the Washington Monument, and a couple of pictures are taken so it looks like it is outside the Capitol Bldg.

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4 hours ago, hasanhh said:

Media is has started photo-shopping fake images/pictures.

There are varying pictures of a gallows, set up at the Washington Monument, and a couple of pictures are taken so it looks like it is outside the Capitol Bldg.

What media in specific? What is your evidence?

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50 minutes ago, Muhammed Ali said:

What media in specific? What is your evidence?

l posted as if anyone was interested in reading more they could search "gallows" and "Capitol Hill".

To use a Trumpism, tis is "fake news". The "gallows" made of 2x4s is the same style as the ones used to hang Hillary in effigy in Kentucky ~25 years ago. BUT the media is lying that this was on Capitol grounds -or an inference that this was- when it was at the Washington Monument.

Here are 3 "evidences" and there's a lot more:

https://www.usnews.com/news/national-news/articles/2021-01-15/prosecutors-capitol-rioters-intended-to-capture-and-assassinate-elected-officials  :hahaha:

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/01/12/opinion/capitol-rioters-have-basically-dared-congress-act/   

A cluster of pictures: https://www.businessinsider.com/nooses-spotted-as-trump-rioters-spark-chaos-on-capitol-2021-1 

Looking through the pictures, you can see were a photographic lens to bring "in" the background was used -despite what the captions say.

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1 hour ago, hasanhh said:

Looking through the pictures, you can see were a photographic lens to bring "in" the background was used -despite what the captions say.

Forced perspective is not the same as digital manipulation, though both are dishonest. 

The media wants us to be divided. We buy more when we're afraid. Their entire purpose is to move money from the poor and middle classes to the rich. 

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:ranting: "Wackoes + leftist-media-slant = Misperception

By chance this early, nocturnal morning, l saw the end of this past week's Frontline(PBS). Not being interested in Alex Jones of lnfoWar infamy, l had skipped the end. Where it gets -as per this thread- interesting.

Jones was at the Capitol, with a bullhorn, agitating the rally.

His wacko performance is at the end of the video contained within this article.

https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/what-conspiracy-theorist-alex-jones-said-in-the-lead-up-to-the-capitol-hill-riot/ 

Here is what lnfamous Jones later claimed:

https://www.statesman.com/story/news/2021/01/09/alex-jones-claims-he-paid-rally-preceded-capitol-riot/6608721002/ 

The following is one short term result for the "far right".

https://www.nbcnews.com/tech/internet/online-far-right-movements-fracture-wake-capitol-riot-n1254459 

One thing in this material that also changes perception is it's cited that the FBl has said there is no evidence that AntiFa groups were involved.

lf you skip the Frontline video, it will take a few minutes to read these.

But it is worth it.

 

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Two days before the lnagural and now the FBl has to 'vet' 25,000 Nat'l Guardsmen; while investigations continue over "insider help" the Capitol Clamor got.  https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-protest-officials-insight/off-duty-cops-other-officials-face-reckoning-after-rallying-for-trump-in-d-c-idUSKBN29I315 

 

And the Capitol Police do not appear  "helpless" in these photos:

https://www.apnews.com/article/joe-biden-donald-trump-electoral-college-elections-de812995a8c7cbea5c1de56a3d1aa007 

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13 hours ago, hasanhh said:

And the Capitol Police do not appear  "helpless" in these photos:

but, apparently, Keystone in their "response":

https://www.apnews.com/article/capitol-siege-donald-trump-riots-only-on-ap-michael-pence-a27921d08ca949c0b1e64c33628dd80e 

"command structure crumbled"

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* Americans Are Divided Along Three Primary Fault Lines:

The nation is divided, the fault line running between people of different value orientations, which reflect on the electoral choice between Republicans and Democrats. There is a clear 'value divide' between conservative Americans and those who promote change in traditionalist attitudes, between 'law-abiding' Americans and those who support active street protest, between those employed in high-tech industry and those left out of the technological revolution.” ...

* The Storming Of The US Capitol Was A Color Revolution Attempt:

It was hard to believe that the events resembling so much Ukraine's Maidan and other color revolutions that unfolded in recent years across a wide range of countries, including those in the post-Soviet space, were broadcasted live from the United States all over the world.” ...

* Big Tech Is Waging An Unregulated Infowar On Trump:

Conventional American media, whose activities are regulated by laws and fall within the First Amendment, have traditionally – and always officially – taken the side of a certain candidate and yet deemed it necessary to give coverage to statements made by the opponent during election and post-election campaigns. The social media, however, are beyond any special regulations and work on the basis of user agreements. And it was them that unleashed the media war without rules! And that war is waged against one single person.”

* Trump Supporters Are Being Censored En Masse:

They blocked tens of thousands of supporters of the incumbent president across all kinds of platforms which used to be viewed as forums for a full-fledged discussion.”

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The US mainstream media, covering the events, immediately chose extremely harsh rhetoric to describe what had happened. The protesters were called nothing less than “domestic terrorists” and “conspiracy theorists.” Their actions were called “an insurgency” and “an attack on American democracy.The blame for this bizarre incident was instantly (and almost solely – ed.) placed on US President Donald Trump. Trump himself was deprived of his usual way of communicating with the outside world through blocking his official Twitter page.

Before the meeting, 12 Republican senators had publicly promised to support the Electoral College challenge, but after the riots at the Capitol, six of them effectively went back on their word, refusing to vote against the results in the state of Arizona, which had been formally challenged before the protesters broke in. Attempts to appeal the results for Georgia, Nevada, Michigan and Wisconsin failed because the senators who were supposed to support the appeals withdrew their signatures on the respective petitions.

Trump was able to win in 2016 because he was able to convince the socially conservative white working class in so-called “Middle America (that is, outside the big cities on the two coasts) that he could give these people back their country, which they were already feeling with their gut, was slipping away from under their feet. ...

Trump promised to defeat corruption and lobbyism in Washington, and pitched the slogan “drain the swamp.” But instead of draining the swamp, Trump himself became engulfed in it, along with his supporters. After all, he did not have enough of his own people to nominate to key positions. This means that he had to turn for help with staffing to the same Republican establishment and the same deep state that he so viciously berated in his campaign speeches.

The promises of reindustrialization have been partially fulfilled, and this has been reflected more in the growth of stock markets than in real improvements in the well-being of ordinary American families. It was the lack of real change for the better for non-college educated workers that led to the popularity of Democratic proposals to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 or to impose a universal basic income for all adults. ...

There is no conscious goal of protecting traditional values. And in fact, the situation of traditional families and religious believers in the US has not improved at all over the past 4 years, while LGBT rights have continued to expand.

But the worst off was the American conservative community itself, the alternating demonization and mockery of which reached an apotheosis after the riots around the Capitol. But they have been gradually escalating ever since Trump became one of the top three contenders for the Republican nomination in the primary. Through a sustained campaign of vilification of Trump supporters, the liberal elite has largely succeeded in instilling their own hatred and disgust for ordinary, socially conservative white Americans into the minds of a significant portion of those who are the Democratic support base, especially among big-city residents.

Trump’s own electorate had a hand in discrediting itself in the media space, combining rhetorical belligerence with an obvious craving for comfort and serenity. And it was brought to the point of absurdity on January 6, when, after pretending that they were ready to strike a crushing blow and proceed to exercise the right of popular uprising set forth in the Declaration of Independence, the Trump supporters first made an awkward lunge, then stood there with a stupid grin on their faces, and then they imploded… following their president. 

The presence of provocateurs changes nothing. The Trump supporters did not rein in the provocateurs and did not kick them out of their ranks, but gladly followed after them. 

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Aftab-e Yazd Newspaper:

1- Trump Eliminated Forever

2- Analyst: Trump Has No Other Choice but to Get Back to Business

Donya-ye Eqtesad Newspaper:

1- Last Act of the Clown: Trump Concedes Defeat

Etemad Newspaper:
1- The President Who Orchestrated a Coup

3- Failed Coup in Washington

Sazandegi Newspaper:
1- Dark Day for Democracy

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It seems clear that official (primarily “reformist”) and semi-official Iran is siding with the globalist-Zionist U.S. Establishment against white conservative Christian supporters of President Trump. Iranian media echo the DNC’s and the MSM’s talking points: that Trump orchestrated a “coup” (somehow the Iranians forgot what a real coup, like that of ‘53, looks like), that he is a “clown,” that he is unprofessional, that his supporters are unreconstructed racists and anti-Muslim bigots, that Biden is the lesser evil, etc. It is bizarre to see the Iranian narrative echo that of the U.S. Establishment, but here we are. I wonder how Iran will react when the Biden administration actually reneges on Trump’s relatively isolationist policy, initiates more wars than ever (including against Iran, this time using the Sunni half of the Muslim Brotherhood, vis-à-vis restored Saudi-Turkish/Qatari relations), imposes mandatory vaccines and masks, criminalises opposition to abortion and LBGTQ+I, uses BLM/ANTIFA to destroy the last scraps of Christianity, begins mass sterilisation of traditional men and anti-feminists, and applies “open borders” to Iran as well as the West.

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It seems clear that official (primarily “reformist”) and semi-official Iran is siding with the globalist-Zionist U.S. Establishment against white conservative Christian supporters of President Trump. Iranian media echo the DNC’s and the MSM’s talking points: that Trump orchestrated a “coup” (somehow the Iranians forgot what a real coup, like that of ‘53, looks like), that he is a “clown,” that he is unprofessional, that his supporters are unreconstructed racists and anti-Muslim bigots, that Biden is the lesser evil, etc. It is bizarre to see the Iranian narrative echo that of the U.S. Establishment, but here we are. I wonder how Iran will react when the Biden administration actually reneges on Trump’s relatively isolationist policy, initiates more wars than ever (including against Iran, this time using the Sunni half of the Muslim Brotherhood, vis-à-vis restored Saudi-Turkish/Qatari relations), imposes mandatory vaccines and masks, criminalises opposition to abortion and LBGTQ+I, uses BLM/ANTIFA to destroy the last scraps of Christianity, begins mass sterilisation of traditional men and anti-feminists, and applies “open borders” to Iran as well as the West.

To clarify the bolded/underlined:

  • Trump is a caricature of American society, the quintessential “ugly American,” but this doesn’t detract from the Establishment’s animosity toward him. In fact, much of the Establishment’s anti-Trump hatred lies in the fact that Trump reveals the true face of the American government and much of its society. In this sense Biden would be worse for the world because he would return the U.S. to its hypocritical, deceptive, “masked” approach. Biden would be a more effective imperialist, capable of co-opting opposition.
  • There are racists and bigots among Trump’s right-wing base, but liberals are no better in this regard. Liberal prejudice is arguably more paternalistic and smug than right-wing discrimination, because it is couched in the language and façade of pretension. Liberals, including social democrats, pretend to be helping their targets while subtly luring them into various traps and contrivances. At least the right-wing fascists are open about their aims. The liberal fascists are far more sophisticated and devious.
  • Conservative white Christians and observant Muslims objectively have more in common with each other than with the globalist liberal Establishment (DNC/BLM/ANTIFA + RINO, that is, bipartisan neocons/neoliberals). The problem is that both sides succumb to virtue-signalling ID politics, rather than strategically allying on common grounds. The conservative white Christians succumb to ethnic nationalism, while Muslims succumb to “reverse racism” vs. white Christians. Both the left/right wings of the Zionist Establishment benefit from this.
  • Clearly, global Zionism is the chief beneficiary of pitting Christians and Muslims (and other groups) vs. each other.
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2 hours ago, Northwest said:

To clarify the bolded/underlined:

  • Trump is a caricature of American society, the quintessential “ugly American,” but this doesn’t detract from the Establishment’s animosity toward him. In fact, much of the Establishment’s anti-Trump hatred lies in the fact that Trump reveals the true face of the American government and much of its society. In this sense Biden would be worse for the world because he would return the U.S. to its hypocritical, deceptive, “masked” approach. Biden would be a more effective imperialist, capable of co-opting opposition.
  • There are racists and bigots among Trump’s right-wing base, but liberals are no better in this regard. Liberal prejudice is arguably more paternalistic and smug than right-wing discrimination, because it is couched in the language and façade of pretension. Liberals, including social democrats, pretend to be helping their targets while subtly luring them into various traps and contrivances. At least the right-wing fascists are open about their aims. The liberal fascists are far more sophisticated and devious.
  • Conservative white Christians and observant Muslims objectively have more in common with each other than with the globalist liberal Establishment (DNC/BLM/ANTIFA + RINO, that is, bipartisan neocons/neoliberals). The problem is that both sides succumb to virtue-signalling ID politics, rather than strategically allying on common grounds. The conservative white Christians succumb to ethnic nationalism, while Muslims succumb to “reverse racism” vs. white Christians. Both the left/right wings of the Zionist Establishment benefit from this.
  • Clearly, global Zionism is the chief beneficiary of pitting Christians and Muslims (and other groups) vs. each other.
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Reuel Marc Gerecht is a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), a neoconservative (pro-Zionist – ed.) advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C.[1] A former Middle East specialist at the CIA’s directorate of operations, Gerecht is a vocal advocate of bombing Iran. Gerecht has also pushed U.S. military intervention in other parts of the Middle East, including most recently in Syria. Before joining FDD, Gerecht was a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a leading figure in the Project for the New American Century‘s “Middle East Initiative.” ...

During the presidential campaign, he expressed reservations about Trump, telling the Christian Science Monitor that “If you judge by intervention and a willingness to use it as a tool of American foreign policy, it would appear that Donald Trump is to the left of Hillary Clinton—and conceivably to the left of Barack Obama.”[2] Gerecht was one of dozens of foreign policy hawks who issued a public letter denouncing Trump’s foreign policy as “wildly inconsistent and unmoored in principle.” Referring to that letter, Gerecht said that “Most of these folks [who signed the letter] view Donald Trump as a giant wrecking ball in that he’s a danger to American interests overseas.[3]

After Trump took office, Gerecht criticized his policy of barring Iranians from the United States. In his view, the United States should be pursuing a strategy that promotes Iranian dissent, because “The mullahs dread America’s insidious appeal. He said that the Trump approach to this issue was not “sensible.”[4] ...

Gerecht criticized the U.S. approach to confronting Iran in Syria even more sharply. “The administration’s announcement of its new Iran grand strategy appears to be, at least in Syria, just a continuation of the status quo, which is a slightly more muscular version of Obama’s approach to fighting the Islamic State,” he wrote. “In Iraq, the White House and the Pentagon may even be planning to draw down troops, which would inevitably lead to a weakening of the Iranian-averse Shia, the sole hope we have of convulsing the Persians in Mesopotamia. In Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Yemen, the Trump administration’s outreach to traditional Sunni allies could easily end up encouraging the Sunni side to thump harder the native Shia, which will inevitably further radicalize these communities. The potential for Iranian subversion will go up, not down.” (Thus Gerecht actually sides with the IRI, Turkey, and Qatar against the Saudis and Emiratis, in order to co-opt Sunni forces aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood into an anti-Shiite bloc. – ed.)

In particular, Gerecht has been more sanguine than many of his fellow travellers about the prospects for elected Islamist rule (of the Sunni-dominated Muslim Brotherhood – ed.) in a democratic Middle East, especially Egypt. “What is poorly understood in the West,” he wrote in 2012, “is how critical fundamentalists are to the moral and political rejuvenation of [Muslim] countries. As counterintuitive as it seems, they are the key to more democratic, liberal (pro-Western, pro-Zionist – ed.) politics in the region. … Dictatorship nostalgia, on the other hand, will take us right back to the cul-de-sac where Osama bin Laden was born.”[31]

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Press reports say 5 or 6 guns seized, not the "all day" the officer is quoted as saying. https://www.ktla.com/news/nationworld/13-arrested-5-weapons-recovered-at-u-s-capitol-riot/  NOTE: this was updated at 2120 hours

1 hour ago, Zainuu said:

They all are equal.

Mostly jabber l think -about the audio.

FBl Field Office-Norfolk sent a warning through internal communications.

Several articles from the following week are online.

Somewhere above, l referred to an official who said the FBl/DoJ told him otherwise.

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36 minutes ago, AmirioTheMuzzy said:

Populist Right and Left Joining Forces Against Establishment

This was a "shock" joke back in the early 70s among college students; and has resurfaced ever-so-often since then.

l can't believe l remember where it started. Mad magazine. The cartoon sequence was the left and right were street fighting. One side calls a halt. Argues that 'we are against the establishment' and 'you are against the establishment', so why fight each other. Then a let-us-go-get-them-together refrain and the last panel has all these people looking out from that panel towards the reader with a "we are coming for you" kind of phrase.

Now if this recall ain't indicative of senility, l do not know what is.

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