LOCKDOWN #2 BEGINS


In Europe, several places (cities and entire regions within a number of countries) have already locked down for a second time, and many others have returned to stricter rules (masks, quarantines and forced testing when coming from abroad, etc) barely a couple of weeks after having relaxed those rules a bit. They are deliberately shutting down the world economy to further this Great Reset. What these elitists fail to grasp is that the wholesale destruction of the world economy is not going to be smoothed over with Guaranteed Basic Income and hoping people are content to live in this new communistic world where individualism is dead.

They have realized that it is best NOT to let up and try to keep people locked down and terrorized rather than allow them freedom and then try a second lockdown September-October with the next flu season.

This is NOT the Black Plague and the wholesale destruction of the world economy will bankrupt another 20%+ of all small businesses and further their agenda to NATIONALIZE companies. They are using this virus, that they may have planted, to achieve this dramatic Marxist Revolution. They have divided people into groups and furthered the hatred to the point that they will be turning violent against each other. This is how even the Nazis succeeded in gaining power — divide and conquer to the point they will seek government and surrender all liberty to restore safety.

Welcome to the NEW REAL MARXIST WORLD ORDER.

Even in California, you really have to wonder why that state is so left. The people lit up the sky on the fourth of July DESPITE the nasty draconian politicians who imposed a $50,000 fine per person. They are fining people up to $2,000 in some parts for not wearing a mask. This is just insane.

World Economy Preparing for Collapse


The world has changed dramatically in the course of this orchestrated and intended collapse of the global economy in order to launch this Great Reset. In the course of several months, we have watched a deliberate economic disaster under the pretense of this coronavirus pandemic. While the main objective of one group has been the create a New Green World Order, they relied upon Socialists who realize that their economic dreams are also collapsing. As a result, this combined force is out to change the world and the real agenda is the New Green Socialist Agenda. They have pretended that there has been this huge tragically large number of human lives being lost when more people die from car crashes. They have deliberately terrorized people to achieve their agenda.

They have embarrassed politicians and countries into implementing quarantines, social distancing, and have locked down the world population where NOTHING of such a magnitude has EVER taken place in 6,000 years of recorded history. These drastic practices to contain this exaggerated pandemic have unleashed a Sovereign Debt Crisis our computer has been forecasting but never in my personal imagination w3ould I have ever anticipated that this would be deliberate.

 

 

The cost of this Great Lockdown is virtually beyond comprehension. We are witnessing people hoarding cash around the world. The magnitude and speed of collapse in economic activity that has followed is unlike anything experienced in our lifetimes. Yet the real trend starting to unfold is the collapse in public confidence. We are now even beginning to see runs on banks to hoard cash in China as well. Our sources in China are reporting that the People’s Bank of China initiated a strategic plan in the Hebei province which requires retail and business clients to pre-report any large withdrawals or deposits. They will expand this program in October to other provinces.

On a global scale, lenders around the world, including China, are facing a surge in bad debt as a direct result of this Great Lockdown. The world economy is facing a tsunami of bad debt that is bringing about an economic recession/depression into 2022. Even in China, the economic outlook is one of the slowest economic growth in four decades. In China, the government regulators were forced to step in last month to prevent bank runs at two local lenders in Hebei and Shanxi. Last year, China bailed out and even took over several struggling banks. In China, much of the loans were on real estate which has been forced to contract as social-distancing impacted the freedom of movement.

 

Our warning of the pending Monetary Crisis Cycle and the simultaneous Sovereign Debt Crisis Cycle has created a world economic outlook that is just beyond ANYTHING we have witnessed in over 300 years. This is How Empires, Nations, and City-States die.

Maxwell & the Billionaire Club


The word on the street is that Jeffrey Epstein’s friend and alleged procurer Ghislaine Maxwell is willing to talk and name names. Let’s hope Maxwell does not also commit suicide. I find this entire affair way too simple. Calling it just an underage sex ring is neat and simple. However, there are far too many tentacles that stretch out around the globe and to people who would not simply be blackmailed for money — but political favors and power.

 

Bill Gates flew on the Lolita Express in 2013 with Jeffrey Epstein as reported in the Daily Mail in London. He flew with Epstein several times. Epstein was also a supporter of eugenics. He wanted to have at least 20 young girls pregnant on his ranch at the same time to further populate the world with his genes. Gates is said to have commented on his lifestyle and said while it was interesting, it was not for him.

I see this situation as having two paths. The current one of just grooming young girls for sex with his friends is a bit too easy. If the friends were just rich people who would pay, that may fly. But we are talking about princes and former presidents. One of the girls, Giuffre, as part of her sworn testimony, stated that she met former President Bill Clinton, former Vice President Al Gore, but she did not implicate them in joining in on the sex. This raises the question of why were such men connected to Epstein if there was no sex? There is something lurking behind this curtain which is more than money — it is power.

Path (1) would be that they were all just into eugenics which would explain why even Bill Gates was willing to give him $30 million.

Path (2) is to entrap high profile players with underage girls to use for political blackmail to achieve much grander schemes.

What I do know is that there is a far more serious connection via Maxwell to the “club” of bankers who have over the past decades been involved in manipulating markets. The other mystery has been where did Epstein get his money? Ohio billionaire Leslie Wexner of Victoria Secret said that Epstein misappropriated money from his accounts. The real question remains — will this just be a sex scandal, or will it lead to a journey (that Socialists would love to expose) to undermine the billionaire club?

Former Acting DNI Richard Grenell Discusses Unmasking During Transition Period…


Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell discusses the period during the presidential transition period where President Obama’s white house team was coordinating intelligence efforts to research and unmask incoming officials.

Global Trade – Boris Johnson Nominates Liam Fox to Lead World Trade Organization…


President Trump and the U.S. economic team have held a policy perspective that the World Trade Organization (WTO) is no longer a useful functioning body to mediate global trade issues.  At the center of that view are two issues:

First that WTO rules and regulations do not support American economic interests; and secondly, that WTO processes still provide China with favorable benefits as an “emerging nation” despite their scale. As a result the Trump administration has been positioning for a withdrawal from a dysfuctional WTO.

In an effort to keep the WTO intact, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has nominated a pro-Brexit/pro-America trade minister, Liam Fox, to become the next Director General.

(Via Fox News) – The British government on Wednesday announced that it was nominating former International Trade Secretary Liam Fox to head the World Trade Organization – selecting a strongly pro-Washington candidate at a time when the U.S. is debating quitting the trade body.

“Dr. Fox is a passionate advocate of multilateralism, who brings detailed knowledge of the global trading system from his years as a U.K. cabinet minister and secretary of state for international trade,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a letter to the Geneva-based organization. “He has first-hand experience of the political and technical challenges of negotiating trade agreements and the reforms that are needed to ensure the global trading system truly delivers for all WTO members.”

Britain was one of a number of members of the organization to put forward nominations for a replacement for Director-General Roberto Azevedo, who is stepping down in August after seven years leading the body.

The eventual pick needs to win the consensus from all member states.

Fox was a strong supporter of the ultimately successful campaign for Britain to leave the European Union in 2016. Britain formally left the bloc earlier this year and entered a transition phase due to expire at the end of the year.

He has also been a vocal advocate for close ties between Britain and the U.S., meaning that if picked he could help blunt calls from Washington for the U.S. to leave the bloc. In a statement welcoming his nomination, he indicated that he would push to reform the organization.  (more)

President Donald Trump and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Joint Press Statement – 630pm ET Livestream…


U.S. President Donald Trump and visiting Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador are expected to deliver a joint statement at 6:30pm ET and take questions.

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[Transcript] – PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you very much. (Applause.) Please. Thank you very much. Thank you. This evening, we are honored to welcome President López Obrador, the entire Mexican delegation, and many distinguished guests to a White House working dinner. We’ve been working all day, and we’ll be working for a little while longer. But it’s an honor to have you in the White House. Tonight’s gathering follows a productive day of meetings and concludes an exceptional visit, in which we made tremendous strides on behalf of our countries.

To your great President, I would just like to say that it’s been a profound privilege to have you with us today, and it’s a profound privilege to have you as my friend. We’ve had a great relationship, right from the beginning. And I think that maybe was against all odds. (Laughter.) A lot of people were betting against it, but they’ve learned not to bet against us, I suspect. (Laughter.) I know they’ve learned that in Mexico.

The people of Mexico and the United States are joined together by shared values, shared faith, and shared future on this beautiful continent. We’re both proud, sovereign nations built over generations by the sweat, sacrifice, and devotion of hardworking people who love their country and who give everything they have to create a better life for their beautiful children.

In the United States, the extraordinary contributions of Mexican Americans are felt in every industry, every community, and every facet of our nation. From art, to commerce, to science, to medicine, the Mexican people are incredible. They upheld our highest values: God, family, and country. They launch small businesses, propel industries, and they serve heroically in police departments and in our great military.

As we gather tonight, we reflect on all that our two people have accomplished together over the span of many generations, and we embrace the incredible opportunities that lay ahead.

We’re each blessed with a vast land that touches both of the world’s great oceans, extraordinary natural resources, and above all, we’re blessed with some of the most spirited, adventurous, determined, and talented people on the face of the Earth. It’s all about the people.

Mr. President, I’m certain that together we can unlock a future of even greater potential for our children, prosperity for our people, safety for our citizens, and pride for our countries.

With today’s visit, I’ve never been more confident that the future of this precious relationship and the destiny of this majestic continent will never be in better hands and never had a better future.

Once again, I want to thank you and all of your representatives for being here today. It’s a great honor. It’s a great honor to be with you. Thank you very much.

I’d now like to invite President López Obrador to say a few words on behalf of the incredible people of Mexico. Thank you. (Applause.)

PRESIDENT LÓPEZ OBRADOR: (As interpreted.) Friends, ladies and gentlemen, I am going to be brief. People say that: good and brief, twice as good.

I could only say that I subscribe everything said, everything mentioned by President Donald Trump.

We are countries — we are peoples, neighbors, brothers and sisters. We want to maintain good relationship — economic, trade, commercial levels, socially, and culturally as well.
And that’s the purpose of this visit.

As we’ve already said earlier today, this is the beginning of a new stage. We have signed a new agreement for — a free trade agreement, yes — among Canada, the United States, and Mexico. And with this new agreement, we are going to strengthen the economy of our region, North America. That’s a purpose which is fundamental — a fundamental purpose, and of course very good news for the inhabitants of all three countries.

This agreement has two new elements that help integrate the region and to potentiate the region. First of all, it sets forth that merchandise produced in our region in North America should have a high regional content. That is, even though we’re talking about auto parts, for instance, if it’s really any type of a consumer good or product, it does have to have something produced in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.

The other element that I believe fundamental and of great justice is guaranteeing better salaries, better labor conditions for workers of all three countries. This was not included in the previous agreement. That’s why we are just so happy to be here in the White House in this event, in the ceremony.

And I also come here to this dinner I was invited to by my friend, President Donald Trump, accompanied by businessmen from Mexico. Outstanding businessmen and women — not only because they invest, produce, they generate jobs, but also because they have a social dimension. They are thinking not only about accumulating revenues and profits, but also for things to go well for all of us, for all of us to do fine, for our people to also do well.

That’s why we are so appreciative of this reception, President Trump. And, in effect, the forecasts failed; we’re not fighting. We are friends, and we shall continue being friends.

Thank you very much. (Applause.)

PRESIDENT TRUMP: Thank you. Thank you very much everybody. Thank you very much.

END 6:49 P.M. EDT

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Kayleigh McEnany Holds a Press Briefing – Video


Earlier this afternoon White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany held a press briefing from the Brady Room.  [Video Below – Transcript will Follow]

President Trump and President Lopez-Obrador Sign Joint Statement – Press Conference – 3:30pm ET Livestream…


U.S. President Trump and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will be holding a joint press conference prior to signing a joint declaration celebrating the initiation of USMCA in the Rose Garden. Anticipated start time 3:30pm ET

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[Transcript] – PRESIDENT TRUMP: Well, thank you very much, everyone. It’s a nice hot day, to put it mildly — (laughter) — so we’ll make this quick. But it’s all very positive — that, I can say.

And it’s my tremendous pleasure to welcome everyone to the White House with my good friend, President López Obrador of Mexico. We’ve had a very outstanding relationship.

Mr. President, we’re truly moved that you chose to make your first foreign visit since taking office — very successfully taking office, I might add — to be with us at the White House.

The relationship between the United States and Mexico has never been closer than it is right now. And as the President said a little while ago, people were betting against that. They were actually betting against that. But it’s never been stronger, never been closer. We’re doing a tremendous job together.

We’re cherished friends, partners, and neighbors. Our cooperation is founded on mutual trust and mutual respect between the two of us and between our two countries. And we honor the great dignity of both nations.

With this visit, President López Obrador and I have the opportunity to strengthen the bond we afford since his impressive election victory more than two years ago — a victory the Vice President and Ivanka joined in celebrating at the swearing-in. That was a very exciting day for them.
Each of us was elected on the pledge to fight corruption, return power to the people, and put the interests of our countries first. And I do that and you do that, Mr. President.

The tradition of great respect between Mexican and American Presidents goes back to the early days of both of our nations. And, in particular, it includes President Abraham Lincoln and President Benito Juárez, who each held one another in very, very high esteem. They were great friends and they did great things together. And we are grateful that, this morning, President López Obrador laid a wreath at the memorials that stand to each of these leaders, right here in our nation’s capital. That was a very beautiful, beautiful ceremony.

Our countries are linked by trade and travel, by history and culture, by faith and family. The United States is home to 36 million incredible Mexican American citizens. Mexican Americans uplift our communities, and they strengthen our churches and enrich every feature of national life. They are hardworking, incredible people. They are also great business men and women, and make up a big percentage of our small-business owners — and very successful. They’re very, very successful. They’re like you: They’re tough negotiators and great business people, Mr. President.

Working alongside President López Obrador, we’re taking this relationship to new heights and building a powerful economic and security partnership. Together, we have addressed many of the most complex issues facing our two countries that really went unresolved for many years — and, frankly, far too long. It should have been resolved long before I got here. But we’re achieving great strides and remarkable breakthroughs in strengthening our relationship for decades to come.

With everything that we have accomplished, the potential for the future of the United States and Mexico is unlimited. Far, far greater situation, really, for both countries than anyone thought possible.

Today we celebrate the historic victory we achieved together just days ago when NAFTA was officially terminated — one of the worst trade deals in history — and replaced with a brand-new, beautiful USMCA.

We want to thank Canada, also. I spoke with and will be speaking to the Prime Minister in a little while.

While NAFTA slashed wages and eliminated jobs, the USMCA includes groundbreaking labor protections for workers in both nations. This landmark agreement will bring countless jobs from overseas, back to North America, and our countries will be very big beneficiaries. We are already seeing the fruits because it started. It’s the largest, fairest, and most advanced trade deal ever reached by any country, and it will bring enormous prosperity to both American and Mexican workers and Canada. We want to thank everybody. We’ll have a separate day with Canada. They’re coming down at the appropriate time. But we want to congratulate Canada and the people of Canada, the Prime Minister.

But this has been a tremendous achievement. It’s actually the largest trade deal ever made. And we made a big one with China too, but this is the largest trade deal ever made.

Our two governments are also in close cooperation to stop the illicit cross-border flow of drugs and guns, cash, and contraband, and very importantly, stopping human trafficking.

We’re forging critical partnerships across the Western Hemisphere to combat the cartels and the smugglers and to ensure safe, humane, and lawful migration. And we’ve been helped greatly by Mexico on creating record numbers, in a positive sense, on our southern border. It’s been really, very, very tight and done a great job.

And I want to thank the Secretary, who’s here. We have a — Chad, you’re here someplace. Where is Chad? What a good job you’re doing, Chad. Great job. We’re proud of you. And you’ve worked very closely with Mexico. I know you were just telling me what a great help they’ve been, right? Thank you very much, Chad.

We’ve also worked closely in the battle against the coronavirus, together saving countless — thousands of lives. It’s been my honor to help Mexico procure 600 ventilators, and it’s going to be a higher number than that. They needed them very badly, and we were able to make them. We’re making thousands a week, and we’re helping a lot of countries. But one of the first, and maybe the first that I spoke to, was Mexico. We have a lot of them in Mexico saving a lot of lives. And, Mr. President, we’re in this fight together, and we’re doing very well.

Just a couple of things on that: I’m proud to further announce that the U.S. is, by far, number one in testing — number one in the world in testing — and that the mortality rate is the lowest, or just about the lowest of any nation anywhere in the world.

And we’re safely reopening our country, and very importantly, we’re safely reopening our schools. We want the schools to be open and going in the fall. And most of them, I think, are looking at it that way. It’s very important. We’re finding out that learning by computer is not as good as learning in the classroom or learning on the campus. And I think you’re finding that too. We want to learn in the classroom. So, our schools — we want them open in the fall.

Following President López Obrador’s remarks, we’ll sign a joint declaration committing ourselves to a shared future of prosperity, security, and harmony. This is truly a proud moment in history for both of our nations, Mexico and the United States.

With this signing, we pledge the close and continued friendship between the United States and Mexico, and we accelerate our progress toward an even greater tomorrow — and that’s what’s happening: a greater, maybe even a far greater tomorrow — with a prospering region, a flourishing hemisphere, and two sovereign nations thriving, growing, and excelling side by side, working together — and that’s what we’ve been doing.

Mr. President, we look forward to hosting you for a beautiful dinner later on this evening with some of your friends from Mexico and some of our great friends from the U.S. And it’s an honor to have you with us.

And, please, we’d love to have you say a few words. Thank you. Thank you very much.

PRESIDENT LÓPEZ OBRADOR: (As interpreted.) Friends, ladies and gentlemen, I truly celebrate this meeting with you, President Trump.

My visit, to a great extent, has to do with the importance right now, in these times of world economic crisis, the importance of the entry into effect of the Mexico-U.S.-Canada Agreement, to make by Spanish acronym, “USMCA.” Having been able to close this deal constitutes a great accomplishment benefitting all three nations and our peoples.

As it is well known, North America is one of the most important economic regions of the planet. However, our region is inexplicably a region of trade deficits. We export to the rest of the world about $3.6 trillion, but we import about $4.2 trillion. That is, we have a deficit of $611 billion, which is translated into capital flight, less opportunities for companies and businesses, and job source losses.

This new agreement seeks to reverse this imbalance through greater integration of our economies and improvements in the functioning of productive chains to recover the economic presence that North America has lost in the last five decades. Suffice it to say that, in 1970, the region constituted 40.4 percent of the world GDP. And now, this share in the global economy has gone down to 27.8 percent.

That’s why this agreement is a great option to produce, create jobs, and foster trade without having to go so far away from our homes, cities, states, and nations. In other words, import volumes of our country’s imports to the rest of the world may be produced in North America at a lower transportation cost with reliable suppliers — reliable vis-à-vis the companies, of course — and the utilization of regional labor force…

Of course, it’s not a matter of closing our countries to the world. It’s a matter of taking advantage of all the advantages that we have because we’re neighbors, as well as the enforcement of a good policy of cooperation for development.

This agreement allows us to attract investments from other places of the hemisphere, bringing those investments to our countries, provided we comply, we honor the principles of reducing merchandises with high regional content, and also trying to have salary and labor conditions that are fair conditions for our workers of the exporting or importing countries of consumption goods.

It’s also important to point out that this agreement signifies the integration of all three countries, because we’re all contributing with productive capacity, markets, technology, experience, expertise, highly skilled labor force, and we end up complementing each other. For instance, Mexico has something which is extremely valuable to make this economic integration effective and to boost this integration — economic and commercial integration — in the region. I’m talking about this very young, creative, and responsible labor force.

Let us not forget that the participation of workers in productive processes is just as important as the role of businesses and companies. It really would be not good for us to have capital and technology if we don’t have good workers that are outstanding workers because of their imagination, their talent, and their mystique when they do their work.

On the other hand, with this type of agreement — and respecting our sovereign states — instead of distancing ourselves, we are deciding, we’re opting to walk together towards the future. We want to privilege understanding. That’s why we’re united. And we’re setting aside differences, or we are solving those differences through a dialogue and mutual respect.

Certainly, in the history of our relations, we’ve had perhaps moments in which our minds have not been together. And there are — there have been problems that are not yet forgotten. However, we’ve been able to establish explicit agreements of cooperation and coexistence. For instance, in the ‘40s of last century, during the Second World War, Mexico helped meet the needs of the United States in terms of the raw materials needed by the United States, and it gave its support with the labor of migrant workers that were known as the braceros.

Since then, and until now, we’ve been consolidating our economic-commercial trade relationship, as well as our very — very peculiar coexistence, cohabitation, sometimes as distant neighbors and other times as very affectionate and close friends.

And it is also a well-known history of geopolitics, this neighborhood we have and economic circumstances of both of our nations have promoted, in a very natural manner, a process of migration of Mexican men and women coming here to the United States. And here we’ve been able to create a community of about 38 million people, including the children of Mexican parents. It is a community of good, working people — good people, working people who have come here to make a living in a very honest fashion. And they have so much contributed to the development of this great nation.

Furthermore, in Mexico, more than in any other country of the world, we have in our society a million and a half of U.S. citizens. They live there, and they’re part of our society. So we’re not just united by geographic proximity; we have economic commercial, social, cultural, and ties of friendship, President Trump.

As in the best times of our political relationship, during my mandate as President of Mexico, is that of remembering this insults and things like that from — against me. We have received from you, President Trump, understanding and respect. People — some people thought that our ideological differences would inevitably lead to confrontations. Fortunately, this has not been the case. And I believe that, towards the future, there will be no motive or need to break our very good political relationship or the friendship between our two administrations.

The best president Mexico has ever had, Benito Juárez García, as you have mentioned, had a good understanding with the great Republican President, Abraham Lincoln. Let us remember that this great, historic leader of the United States, who was the promoter of the abolition of slavery, never recognized Emperor Maximilian imposed in Mexico through the intervention of the powerful French army.

It is no coincidence that Juárez lamented Lincoln’s murder in the United States, saying, I quote, “I have deeply felt this disgrace because Lincoln, who was constantly working in such a determined manner for the complete freedom of its fellow men, was worthy of a better fortune or luck.” End of quote.

The same thing happened with the splendid relationship that Democrat President Franklin Delano Roosevelt had with our patriot president, General Lázaro Cárdenas. The same situation took place. And after the oil expropriation, in a letter, General Cárdenas recognized the good understanding — the good bilateral understanding as follows: He said, “My administration believes that the attitude of the United States of America, in the case of the oil company expropriation, reasserts once more the sovereignty of the peoples of this continent that with so much efforts have been maintaining the situation and the position of his Excellency, Mr. President Roosevelt.” End of quote.

So with all proportions and all the circumstances, with different circumstances, history tells us that it is possible to understand each other without arrogance or extremisms.

Now that I have decided to come to this meeting with you, President Trump, we had a good debate in my country on the convenience of this trip. I decided to come because, as I have already expressed, it is very important for us to be launching this new agreement.

But I also wanted to be here to thank people of the United States, its government, and thank you, President Trump for being increasingly respectful with our Mexican fellow men.

And to you, President Trump, I want to thank you for your understanding and the help you’ve given us in issues related to trade, commerce, oil, as well as your personal support for the acquisition of medical equipment that we needed urgently to treat our patients of COVID-19.

But what I mainly appreciate is that you have never sought to impose anything on us violating our sovereignty. Instead of the Monroe Doctrine, you have followed, in our case, the wise advice of the lustrous and prudent President George Washington who said, quote, “Nations should not take advantage of the unfortunate condition of other peoples.” End of quote.

You have not tried to treat us as a colony; on the contrary, you have honored our condition as an independent nation. That’s why I’m here to express to the people of the United States that their President has behaved with us with kindness and respect. You have treated us just as what we are: a country and a dignified people; a free, democratic, and sovereign people.

Long live the friendship of our two nations. Long live the United States of America. Long live Canada. Long live our America. Long live Mexico. Long live Mexico. Viva México. (Applause.)

(The joint declaration is signed.)

END 4:10 P.M. EDT

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BLM: A Morally Bankrupt Front for Democrats and Destruction


BLM is doing a great job as a fundraising front for the Democrat Party as well as providing a clever front that appears genuinely concerned about racial injustice

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Re-posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 7, 2020

BLM: A Morally Bankrupt Front for Democrats and Destruction

Arecent article in Townhall, from writer Kevin McCoullough, breaks down 600 murders in six major cities in just six weeks. He briefly explains the decisions of the Democrat city mayors to defund their police forces. From another serious article in Townhall, ten of the 600 people murdered were innocent children killed just since the beginning of July. The tragic report details the murders of ten innocent kids. Their stories are heartbreaking.

Where was BLM to protest the black children who were senselessly murdered? Black lives matter? Where were the marches? Where were the protestors in the cities where such senseless killings took place? One man in Minneapolis with a criminal background was murdered and the whole nation is in an uproar. Ten innocent children were murdered and not a peep out of BLM, or Democrat supporters of BLM. Who cares?

Who cries for these innocent children?

Who cries for these innocent children? Who will make their names ring out loudly for true justice in this country?

  • Carson Walker, 4 years old, of Galivants Ferry, North Carolina;
  • Jace Young, 6 years old, of San Francisco, California;
  • Natalia Wallace,  7 years old, of Chicago, Illinois;
  • Royta Giles, Jr., 8 years old, of Hoover, Alabama;
  • Secoriea Turner, 8 years old, of Atlanta Georgia;
  • Natalia Wallace, 7 years old, of Chicago, Illinois;
  • Davon McNeil, 11 years old, Washington, D.C.;
  • Elayna Saidee, 12 years old,, and Makeliah Osorno, 11 years old, of Delano, California

Another 6-year-old boy from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a 14-yea-old boy from Chicago, Illinois were also murdered over the Independence Day weekend. The boy   in Chicago was shot in the back as he was watching a fireworks display. The reports indicate that four shooters approached a large group of people who had gathered to watch the fireworks and began shooting into the crowd just before midnight. An 11-year-old and a 15-year-old were also wounded in the attack.

If Black lives matter, how much more outrageous could the massacre of innocents be? Not a peep came from BLM, or Democrat supporters of BLM, or Democrat leaders. Who truly cares? Yet, who cries for the innocent children whose lives were destroyed all too early? There apparently is no value in crying over murdered children. In essence, BLM supports the murder of babies in the wombs of would be mothers, so morality is not a real issue here. For Antifa and BLM, it is more about raising hell rather than genuine concern for human life—except when an occasional balck guy is killed by a white cop.

One needs to realize that most of June was consumed with the violent protests from the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May. Antifa and Black Lives Matter terrorist groups essentially had their run of the streets with unrestricted violence that primarily occurred primarily in Democrat-governed states, in mainly 30 Democrat-run cities. From Floyd’s murder, Americans of all creeds, of all all races, of all national origins grieved; some were stirred enough to take their concerns to the streets in peaceful protests. But, genuine demonstrations of empathy over police brutality were hijacked by disingenuous and rabid anarchist, Antifa, and BLM mobs seeking destruction of whatever they could get away with, and they essentially raised hell—literally.

Black Liberation Theology and its origins in Marxist dogma

If regular citizens think that it was just a sudden emotional outburst by those concerned, this would be wrong. One month after Floyd’s murder, Hawke Newsome, a Black Lives Matter leader from the greater New York area, appeared on Fox News and boldly threatened to burn the country down if demands aren’t met: “If this country doesn’t give us what we want then we will burn down the system and replace it. All right. And, I could be speaking figuratively, I could be speaking literally. It’s a matter of interpretation.”

Well, no. It is definitely not all right—not his distorted history, nor the threat—veiled or otherwise. Newsome’s essential narrative was about America being born in violence. This comes from a simplistic view of history and from two foundations: Black Liberation Theology and its origins in Marxist dogma. In case regular citizens think that this is just one miseducated guy’s perspective, it is wrong. Antifa and BLM groups are Marxist oriented and trained—especially the leaders—someone like Mr. Newsome. A few years ago, a similar strong statement was made by a young BLM leader.

In 2016, during the election campaign, Blake Simons, who was at the time, the Deputy Communication Director of the Afrikan Black Coalition, wrote an article entitled “A New Constitution of the Bullet.” Simons stated that after months of participating in the “Black Lives Matter” movement, he came to the realization that “the Constitution is the root of virtually all our problems in America.”

He specifically revealed this political perspective:

The U.S. is a country that was founded on slavery, genocide, rape, and white male patriarchy. The colonizers that we condemn for enslaving Afikans and murdering indigenous peoples are the same people that produced and upheld the document we use to govern our nation to this day. Our bloodshed is rooted in this nation’s founding document, The Constitution.

Defunding the police reflects either a very naive view or one that is locked in to the BLM mantra to defund the police

Blake Simons is still organizing. He was at a rally in Berkeley, California, being a U.C. Berkeley alumnus, he was stirring up crowds in the midst of the Floyd debacle. He told a crowd, among other things, that change comes from direct action, not from the ballot box. Simons and Newsome must be making former community organizer and President Barack Obama quite proud. Why would that be? While he was in office, a while after the Ferguson, Missouri protests, President Obama welcomed representatives of BLM into the White House and praised the young activists. Obama explained at the time:

“They are much better organizers than I was when I was their age, and I am confident that they are going to take America to new heights.” He explained that they reminded him of older, existing civil rights organizations. Such a statement had little relevance to the main impetus behind the Civil Rights Movement as Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. never condoned violence. Rev. Dr. King was likely one of the most important catalysts for change regarding racial relations in the United States in his short lifetime. It is highly doubtful that King would have agreed with Obama in his assessment of BLM.

So, for those who are not clear, Obama was accepting, even condoning, the efforts of violence carried out by BLM militants. Some of the young activists that Obama praised are still around. Brittany Packnett was one of them. Obama said of Packnett at the time,  “her voice is going to be making a difference for years to come.” He was right. Recently, she appeared on MSNBC in an interview with Brian Williams and argued that defunding the police will “keep people safer.” This was a young person Obama appointed to his “21st Century Policing Task Force” and the “Ferguson Commission,” which apparently made little impact in reforming police forces across America.

In Packnett’s interview, she went on to say that defunding police “means moving the money from an institution that is killing people to the institutions that keep people well.” In 2019, records indicate that nine black men were killed by white police officers. Nine. And, all hell is being raised due to “systemic racism.” Yet more blacks die because of the black criminals than from corrupt police. Defunding the police reflects either a very naive view or one that is locked in to the BLM mantra to defund the police, which provides a prelude to continued, unabated, and senseless violence in the inner cities.

BLM leaders are indeed taking America to new heights: BLM is doing a great job as a fundraising front for the Democrat Party as well as providing a clever front that appears genuinely concerned about racial injustice. Taking away the police will only beget more violence and civil disorder—more confusion and chaos since it is an election year.

Harming White People Because They’re White isn’t Revolutionary!


Malcolm X never endorsed targeting random citizens as a misguided expression of racial grievance.

Nadra Enzi imageRe-posted from The Conservative Tree House By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 6, 2020

Harming White People Because They're White isn't Revolutionary!

Harming White people because they’re White isn’t revolutionary, it’s predatory. There’s no historic or ethical explanation for such violence. Insult to literal injury is added by elite liberals politically enabling it, including issuing “no arrest” mandates to police in cities under their control.

I’ve heard too many first person accounts as a grassroots security consultant. I’ve watched too much video, like this one, to dismiss this disturbing trend as an anomaly. I oppose such violence as a non racist Black nationalist promoting community autonomy (from elite liberal hegemony) and an open minded conservative working with grassroots leftists and mainstream conservatives to create local safety and homeless outreach.

Public brutality is never the answer

Public brutality is never the answer. If it’s wrong for White supremacists to do it then it’s wrong for us too!

If Black people aren’t disciplined and honorable, protective and productive, then what are they complaining about among themselves and to others?

Malcolm X never endorsed targeting random citizens as a misguided expression of racial grievance.

I say unequivocally that harming White people because they’re White is predatory, not revolutionary.

#capblacksafetycreator is Nadra Enzi aka Cap Black, Grassroots Security Consultant in the real life Gotham City of New Orleans.