Corporate Cancel Culture

The ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement is all about Marxism.

People are not allowed to amend the far-left slogan, “Black Lives Matter” and it’s endlessly repeated in all the blue cities. It’s painted in large letters on public thoroughfares. Trying to paint over such graffiti might get you arrested for ‘hate crime.’

If you dare say “All lives matter,” then you could lose your job or face physical violence. If you are foolish enough to utter ‘White lives matter,’ you could lose your social media posting ability, your banking privileges, and you may even fetch the FBI on your tail. Whites are no longer allowed to feel as if they mattered—that’s now considered ‘white supremacism.’ Everything accomplished by European Americans must be discredited,

denounced, and destroyed. All whites are now considered racist—even progressives. Books and movies frowned upon by the BLM are now getting censored in the land of free speech. “Marxism matters” is what I hear from the lemmings who keep repeating the trendy three word phrase. The Democrat socialists are using racial division and the threat of violence to advance their game plan. Part of that plan includes the complete destruction of statues, monuments, and landmarks that help instill pride in America. The Marxists want to destroy national pride and patriotism. Doing so makes it easier for them to replace our Republic with their Marxist system.

It’s therefore strange that many major globalist corporations loudly proclaim their support for the BLM movement, which is not only anti-Christian but also vigorously anti-capitalist. It could be due to the natural reflex brought about by the word ‘diversity.’ All HR departments are very strident about it. It is their primary worship word. Racism and sexism must be stamped out and for the most part it has been, but corporations keep stamping harder and harder when there is really nothing left to stamp.  The CEOs are contributing millions of dollars to the BLM movement as a way to show they are celebrating diversity. In my cartoon I show them climbing over each other in their eagerness to show who’s the best virtue signaler.

Many companies are now instituting hiring quotas and are greatly paring down the presence of white male employees. (The NFL won’t have to do this). Qualifications, skill, and experience don’t matter—only diversity, which is always paramount. Speaking of the NFL, if we ever do see another season, we can expect to see ALL players kneeling out of respect for the BLM. Maybe they’ll change the National Anthem, too—or eliminate it altogether. In that case, the NFL can expect a loss of lot of viewers, including me. That’s not a concern for them, though. Bowing to the BLM is the top concern. For them, virtue signaling is more important than common sense. Nike is a good example. They rewarded Colin Kaepernick with a giant contract for his kneeling and the many disrespectful statements he made against America.

We’ve now entered the wacky world of Marxism, which is not aligned with reality.

Reality has a way of punishing those who stubbornly stay out of alignment for very long.

—Ben Garrison

BLM Violence Reminiscent of the Storming of the Bastille

The Founders needed to use violence to defend their ideals and to build a nation focused on embracing God-given rights and perfecting freedom

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Re-posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 13, 2020

BLM Violence Reminiscent of the Storming of the Bastille

Today is the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille, a public holiday in France more casually referred to as Bastille Day. This dramatic event in French history is looked on with as much respect and reverence in France as Americans view the colonists taking on the British troops in the “shot heard ‘round the world.” However, contrary to the romanticized image, the people that seized the Bastille were not endowed with altruistic ideals and tempered by principled actions. They were motivated by fear, as well as primitive desires to unleash pent-up anger and frustration. Also, more practical concerns by “shadow” leaders aimed to seize any weapons the mob could capture.

Actually, comparisons between recent mob violence of Antifa and the militant faction of the Black Lives Matter mobs and the mob violence of Paris in the summer of 1789 are appropriate. Young anarchists and older hardened leaders of these organized mobs would likely look upon their own violence as necessary for the “revolution.” The intent behind their violence may have similar roots in the intent behind the storming of the Bastille. Nevertheless, the comparison between the violence of the mobs and the violence initiated by the colonists in what escalated into the War for Independence, is overly simplistic and betrays an ignorance of history.

“If this country doesn’t give us what we want then we will burn down the system and replace it.”

Such ignorance was recently on display when Hawke Newsome, a Black Lives Matter leader from greater New York, appeared on Fox News with Martha MacCallum and 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.” Newsome went on a rant in the Fox interview: “because this country is built upon violence. What was the American Revolution? What’s our diplomacy across the globe? …We go in and we blow up countries and we replace their leaders with leaders who we like. So for any American to accuse us of being violent is extremely hypocritical,” Newsome proclaimed.

Actually, it is not hypocritical. Newsome’s statements reveal more about his lack of true understanding of history and a self-motivated justification for violence. Additionally, if   he is a leader of the BLM effort, he likely has been trained, and trains others, to utilize violence as a means to an end. And, while Newsome had his talking points down in
the interview, a good Marxist would be expected to articulate well all their “demands.” Newsome’s statement in defense of violence against the poor people in the inner cities is what is “extremely hypocritical.”

The sustained ferocity of the widespread rioting, ostensibly sparked by the unjust murder of George Floyd, demonstrated a fairly well planned, well coordinated, and sustained activism—not just an emotional outburst. Innocent people who died in the violence represents a gross injustice. Such violent rioting spread over a prolonged period of time, involving burning, looting, and the destruction of businesses was equally unjust. Minority people who owned businesses that were the objects of destructive and violent rioting were also violated. What about their black lives? Those people who became victims of the BLM mobs were just trying to earn a decent living.

Basically, the mob violence in France in the late 1700s and in the streets of U.S. cities in in 2020 is similar. Merciless, and often senseless, mob violence usually shows similar characteristics. Mob violence and rioting can easily spin out of control and rioters can pursue destruction with great zeal to harm anything or anyone in the way, much like unleashed wild animals ravaging anything in their path. Mob justice allows no respect for law and order. In Paris, on July 14, 1789, an agitated mob acted in similar ways to anarchists and Antifa and BLM terrorist mobs in 2020. Leadership behind both of these two examples of mob terror played a key role in mobilizing and channeling the mob activity.

Storming of the Bastille is recognized as the event that sparked the French Revolution

On the morning of July 14, 1789, an angry mob of around one-thousand people had been roving the streets of Paris as there had been rumors of a political coup taking place at the upper levels of the French government. Many common people were concerned the French government would be mounting an offensive against lower class citizens of the “Third Estate.” They had been aroused and manipulated by rumors that the Royal military of King Louis XVI would attack them. The mob was fearful and felt the need to “defend” themselves by getting some guns. So, they marched to the Bastille to seize weapons.

They ultimately stormed the Bastille, a symbolic target of “shadow leaders,” originally a medieval fortress-prison that had often been utilized by French kings to imprison those politically disagreeable or disloyal subjects. After a prolonged firefight (the mob already had some weapons), the commander of the prison, Governor Bernard-Rene de Launay, surrendered. De Launay eventually halted his soldiers from escalating the skirmish into a bloodbath as around 100 civilians had been killed, yet only two soldiers. Immediately after he surrendered the Bastille, he was seized by the crowd and beaten repeatedly. By this time, the frenzied mob had become uncontrollable with rage and dragged Launay through the streets toward the Hotel de Ville. Reports indicate that it was near there he pleaded to be killed, and the people obliged by stabbing him to death.

Common sense would indicate that the commander’s murder was unnecessary as the attackers had seized their objective, but what followed was even worse. The frenzied mob cut off Launay’s head and stuck it upon a pike, and did the same with the heads of other officers and paraded them through the streets.

While the storming of the Bastille is recognized as the event that sparked the French Revolution, the treatment of de Launay could be viewed as an ominous foreshadowing of what ultimately transpired during the Reign of Terror. It is undeniably true that the move toward freedom in the French Revolution devolved into some of the most unjust acts of cruelty against humanity ever committed.

Within four years of the storming of the Bastille, the movement toward “Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity” sadly devolved into the Reign of Terror, a horrific bloodbath under the machinations of Maximilien de Robespierre and assorted comrades. Robespierre led the powerful people’s tribunal known as the Committee for Public Safety that arrested, tried, and executed (guillotined) over 17,000 people.

Eventually, the powerful Committee for Public Safety became even more tyrannical than King Louis XVI. Especially, Robespierre, although only one on the absolutist committee, was the only member who had full support of the fanatical “Society of the Friends of the Constitution,” known as the Jacobins, who were among the more radical supporters of the French Revolution—or of their own power. Robespierre was the individual most closely identified with the Reign of Terror.

While the treatment of de Launay would prove to be a foreshadowing of the Reign of Terror, it reflected crazed mob violence with no sense of morality. The mob violence of Antifa and BLM today is also devoid of morality. Possibly there is one key difference: although criminal mobs today use firearms, there are no beheadings.

Finally, there is little valid comparison between the violence of the mob and the violence needed to build this nation. The intent behind the violence is what determines its value. BLM is destructive and not working for the good of the country; it works for itself. The Jacobins who stole the people’s revolution in France, were only working for their political power. The Founders needed to use violence to defend their ideals and to build a nation focused on embracing God-given rights and perfecting freedom.

Gun Rights aren’t White Rights!

If you wouldn’t re-accept emblems of second class citizenship like separate bathrooms or riding in the back of the bus, why accept a second class right to defend yourselves?

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Re-posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 13, 2020

Gun Rights aren't White Rights!
Let me cut to the chase, gun rights aren’t White rights! Many in the Black community think Second Amendment advocacy is only for White conservatives. These same Black critics often own firearms themselves and seem unaware of this direct contradiction.

My grassroots security consulting began in midtown Savannah, GA., during the Crack Cocaine Era, where self defense concerns were challenged by a new, very violent set of circumstances. Black elected officials preaching gun control for law abiding citizens overlook the fact law abiding citizens aren’t making inner cities unsafe. A logical policy direction would be harsher penalties for gun crime and enhancing self defense statutes. It appears politicians for Black areas prioritize pleasing distant elite liberals more than nearby victims they represent.

I recently read a friend’s Facebook post about gun rights issues in my home town. Savannah’s mayor is a long standing gun control proponent, despite previously serving as Alderman over one of the city’s most dangerous districts. I’m from that district and advocated within it without a badge nor support from elected officials. Support did come, however, from local conservative radio show hosts Bill Edwards and Ben Bennett and New Orleans’ Jeff Crouere.

I don’t blame the mayor for how unsafe that district became. He, like the rest of us, had a sudden invasion on his hands. I do distinctly differ regarding adding difficulty for law abiding citizens to defend themselves. A barrier to such added difficulty is a majority Republican state legislature and their gun rights constituency. But, in these uncertain times, unlikely concessions may occur.

Self defense is all law abiding citizens have left in an era of increasingly violence and politically passive policing. And for Black law abiding citizens, gun rights are our most important civil right. Social programs and statue protests aren’t making captive communities safer. Not one community criminal turned over a new leaf because of toppled monuments. Our elderly, single mothers and urban businesses are targeted too often to impede their right to defend themselves.

For decades my fight to make Black lives matter included promoting our right to defend ourselves. My safety advocacy began at a time when the Savannah Police Department didn’t exactly welcome concerned citizens of my color with open arms. Too often Black concerns were ignored while greener (more affluent) areas received active attention and rapid response. Despite this, I knew building alliances with local law enforcement was critical to community safety and eventually did so.

A common historical fiction related to self defense is Black people suffered silently and sang gospel music while being brutalized by racists

A common historical fiction related to self defense is Black people suffered silently and sang gospel music while being brutalized by racists. I grew up in a climate where there was palpable fear of White retaliation. Obviously, I didn’t heed such advice. While deferring to others was and is accepted by many Black people my age and older, we also have a legacy of slave revolts and in modern times, armed responses to racism from which to draw strength.

If the 1960s Deacons for Defense and the original Black Panther Party could stand up against the number one threat of their day, how could I do less in mine? The color of the threat is irrelevant.

Years ago back home, when I grabbed my shotgun as burglars unsuccessfully tried to kick in my front foor, ethnicity didn’t magically change. Gun rights are as natural as our skin color.

If you wouldn’t reaccept emblems of second class citizenship like separate bathrooms or riding in the back of the bus, why accept a second class right to defend yourselves?

Gun rights aren’t White rights.

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

Russia and China Veto Key Means to Deliver Life-Saving Relief to Syrian Civilians

“We should all be saddened, outraged, and more determined than ever to hold Russia and China accountable as an accomplice to Assad’s reign of death and destruction.”

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Re-posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 11, 2020

Russia and China Veto Key Means to Deliver Life-Saving Relief to Syrian Civilians

This past week, Russia and China vetoed United Nations Security Council draft resolutions that would have authorized the renewal of a cross-border mechanism enabling the UN and its partners to deliver vital humanitarian aid into Syria via the country’s border with Turkey. The 13 other members of the Security Council voted for the draft resolutions. The draft resolutions were offered as a compromise to address certain concerns raised by Russia, but Russia and China vetoed them anyway in order to protect President Bashar al-Assad’s murderous Syrian regime.

“Russia and China have decided that millions of Syrian lives are an insignificant cost of their partnership with the murderous Assad regime”

The UN’s Under-Secretary-General Mark Lowcock noted in his remarks before the Security Council earlier this month that cross-border assistance into northwest Syria provides a critical lifeline for 2.8 million of the most vulnerable people in Syria. He warned of more suffering and deaths if the Security Council did not take appropriate action and re-authorize the UN’s cross-border operations. But Russia and China ignored the warning. They continued their years-long pattern of vetoes protecting the Assad regime. For all intents and purposes, Russia and China cold-bloodedly told the Syrian people to drop dead.

“Russia and China have decided that millions of Syrian lives are an insignificant cost of their partnership with the murderous Assad regime,” said U.S. Ambassador to the UN Kelly Craft. “This breathtaking callousness and dishonesty is (sic) now an established pattern, and all UN Member States need to take note.”

Russia has blood on its hands. It has aided Assad’s Syrian regime in conducting merciless attacks on the Syrian civilian population, on schools and on medical facilities, worsening an already dire humanitarian crisis. Russia presented its own propaganda-filled draft resolution, which would have done nothing meaningful to ensure the unimpeded delivery of humanitarian relief into Syria.

A United Nations-mandated Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic was assigned the task of assessing the impact on Syrian civilians from the Syrian regime’s military campaign to recapture Idlib and parts of western Aleppo. The Commission reportedly found that civilians in Syria suffered loss of life and damage to vital civilian infrastructure resulting from indiscriminate aerial bombardments and ground shelling by Syrian government forces alongside the Russian Aerospace Forces.

China’s Communist dictatorship falsely portrays itself as committed to multilateralism

Noting the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on top of the ravages of war, Hanny Megally, a member of the UN Commission of Inquiry, said, “Now more than ever, civilians need sustained and unfettered access to humanitarian assistance which must neither be politicized by Member States nor instrumentalized by parties to the conflict. Pandemics know no borders, neither should life-saving aid.” China and Russia think otherwise. They prefer to play geopolitics with the lives of innocent civilians, including women and children.

China’s Communist dictatorship falsely portrays itself as committed to multilateralism. China showed its true colors, however, when it went along along with Russia’s obstruction of good faith attempts under UN auspices to renew the Security Council’s authorization of the cross-border humanitarian aid mechanism. China’s UN Ambassador Zhang Jun made the astounding claim that “China attaches great importance to the humanitarian situation in Syria and supports the international community and United Nations agencies in stepping up humanitarian relief for the Syrian people.” China’s rationale for vetoing the draft resolutions, which would have permitted unimpeded delivery of such humanitarian relief for the Syrian people, was its opposition to sanctions that have been imposed on the Syrian regime as punishment for its murderous attacks on civilians. Zhang Jun blamed the humanitarian suffering of the Syrian people on the sanctions, rather than on the massacres conducted by the Assad regime and its Russian enablers.

Ambassador Kraft spelled out what is at stake: “We should all be saddened, outraged, and more determined than ever to hold Russia and China accountable as an accomplice to Assad’s reign of death and destruction.”

Socialist Property Rights

Socialist’s Property Laws:

1) If I like it, it’s mine.
2) If it’s in my reach, it’s mine.
3) If I had it once upon a time, it’s mine.
4) If I can take it from you, it’s mine.
5) If it looks like mine, it’s mine.
6) If I saw it in my dream, it’s mine.
7) If it’s valuable, it’s mine.
8) If I can tear it apart, all the pieces are still mine.
9) If I get tired of it, OK, it’s yours.
10) However, if I want it back, it’s mine.

Soviet-Style Sacking of Statues by Sanctimonious Stalinists

Orwell’s book ‘1984′ is no longer just a warning, it has become a manual to take power away from the “evil” white man and install anarchy

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Re-posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 10, 2020

Soviet-Style Sacking of Statues by Sanctimonious Stalinists

Violence, looting, sacking of statues, lawlessness, burning, and murder by police or anyone else should be condemned by all humans, no matter what political leanings one has. Yet the radical leftist Democrat Party refuses to agree with the Republican Party in condemning mob violence.

There is so much supported mob violence that other nations are shaking their collective heads not understanding what is happening to America, “the shining city on the hill” that everyone aspired to flee to when oppression and tyranny was too much in their countries. International enemies are laughing at us and even rejoicing.

Stalinist style sacking of statues continues unabated

Romanian friends are crossing themselves every day about what is happening to America in hopes that it will not infect the minds of their younger generations. Who wants to live in anarchy and chaos, with mobs tearing down statues with gusto, with approval of the Democrat state and local officials?

It is a movie that has played before in early 20th century Russia when Bolsheviks and other Marxists tore down every historical statue they disagreed with and installed ugly monuments dedicated to the Marxist philosophy and the tyranny that it inspired.

And the Stalinist style sacking of statues continues unabated. The councilmen of Jackson, MS, have voted to remove the statue of President Andrew Jackson, following the destruction of a similar statue near the White House in Washington, D.C. and one in New Orleans in the famous Jackson square.

It is the symbol of the white man behind the statue that offends the Marxist and highly racist mob. They want every trace of person’s existence if they deem him/her a “systemic racist,” whatever this empty liberal construct means. They want them erased from history and their books burned.

As one Romanian website wrote, it is a “demented pandemic” born by a flu virus and a communist insurrection facilitated by the brutal police killing of George Floyd.

The “demented psychosis” continued under the anti-racism ruse – rabid screaming by white girls, violence, looting of stores, destruction of statues, bystanders and old people beaten, rapes, burned out cars, buildings torched, police killed

George Floyd became a martyr, a symbol of everything that is perceived wrong with America by those who wish to abolish and destroy capitalism and the white race.  A murdered criminal with a long rap sheet became suddenly “the most beloved son of America.”

Thousands of people mourned publicly a person they never knew a few days before, with fake pain and tears, dripping with remorse for being “white.”  The world watched in disbelief thousands of imbeciles in the #resist movement begging for forgiveness for imaginary crimes they did not commit, apologizing for being white and kissing the feet of the BLM mob that had burned their cities, their neighborhoods, and their livelihoods just a few days earlier.

All wealthy millionaire and billionaire black athletes and actors came out in droves, resplendent in their opulent limousines and offensive wealth, telling stories of racism they had to endure while hiding behind their gated mansions, partying on yachts, jetting around the world in their private airplanes, protected by body guards, and what it was like to have to walk in their 400 dollar plus pairs of tennis shoes and Gucci loafers.

Every Soros neo-Marxist came out to condemn the police, demanding their dismantling and defunding, denouncing the racist America that made them so wealthy in the first place, and the “systemic racism” that does not exist as we have laws against such racism and discrimination in the workplace.

The Republic Burning

George Floyd has become such a symbol of America’s “most beloved son” that a scholarship was established in his name. They might even consider him for the Nobel Peace Prize. The bereaved widow, divorced from him for several years, received donations upwards of $20 million dollars. Bless his heart-Biden cried and wished that he was black.

If a movie were to be made about the martyred Floyd, the title of “The Republic Burning” was suggested. The “demented psychosis” continued under the anti-racism ruse – rabid screaming by white girls, violence, looting of stores, destruction of statues, bystanders and old people beaten, rapes, burned out cars, buildings torched, police killed, and so many other vicious acts of anarchy.

It is just the beginning of this “collective dementia.”  In addition to the still-ongoing Covid-19 pandemic lunacy, the “collective dementia” will enable book burnings, complete destruction of history, wealth destruction, culture, movies, writers, jobs, a stable economy, and everything else that the well-funded and armed neo-Marxists deem offensive.

Orwell’s book ‘1984’ is no longer just a warning, it has become a manual to take power away from the “evil” white man and install anarchy. As a BLM leader in NY said, “we want black sovereignty and, if we don’t get it, we are going to burn everything down.” It reminds me of Zimbabwe.

On D Tube Angie Lee – Breakdown a must watch!


Published on Jul 8, 2020 
Nothing disrupts the system like an inquisitive mind. Most people are now so indoctrinated and brainwashed , to the point of complete and utter complete idiocy. I would rather be called a conspiracy theorist than a brainless, subservient sheep. Just think why no politician or billionaire got sick or died from this “ deadly” virus or, why no politician or billionaire lost their income ormhad their businesses looted. Unfortunately, those who really need to watch this clip will bypass…. Blessed are the poor in spirit I guess…  Jeremy Elliot breaks it down perfectly! IG/ @theiconicpodcast

There Is No Expiration Date on God-Given Rights!

Despot-like Government Shutdowns: Only One Threat to Religious Freedom

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Re-Posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 9, 2020

There Is No Expiration Date on God-Given Rights!

This year’s Independence Day celebrations were tainted by the poisonous divisiveness of political posturing since it is an election year. But, 2020 is unlike any other election year—it represents a turning point in the history of the United States of America. What exists at the heart of all of the nasty division, which may not be easily seen with all of the anarchists and Antifa and Black Lives Matter rioting across the country, is the core of the battle for the soul of America.

It is likely that America’s legacy further into the 21st century, and possibly its future survival, will be decided from the outcome of this election. That is not an exaggeration. Already anarchists and Marxists are attempting to abort history through tearing down the statues of historical figures. Yet, tearing down the statues represents “symbolic” actions aimed at much bigger targets. Such targeted statues were not only national heroes—heroes of the ending of slavery, heroes who fought to preserve the Union, but also religious symbols—such as tearing down statues of white Jesus, as commentator and BLM advocate Shaun King demanded in June:

Antifa, a totally militant Marxist organization, Black Lives Matter terrorists really have two major targets. Symbols of religion—symbols of faith, religion itself. The other is the Constitution

“All murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down,” King wrote in a second tweet. “They are   a gross form of white supremacy.”

“Yes, I think the statues of the white European they claim is Jesus should also come down,” King wrote on Twitter. “They are a form of white supremacy. Always have been.” — Shaun King (@shaunking) June 22, 2020

So Antifa, a totally militant Marxist organization as James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have verified, and the Black Lives Matter terrorists really have two major targets. One of the targets is the symbols of religion—symbols of faith, and religion itself. The other is the Constitution as described in another of my recent articles. The root of such poison is in Marxist ideology that declares religion as the opiate of the people. Then, by logical extension, if religion is a false “crutch” for people, it must be removed because it harms a Marxist society. Like Nazis, who convinced the German people through sophisticated propaganda that mentally ill people were a drain upon Germany, communist ideology and committed Marxist leaders view religious people in a similar light.

An essential point for committed Socialist/Marxist/Communist leaders is that the concept of religious freedom is harmful to healthy socialist societies because faith represents a fallacious perception of reality. Marxism is basically a God-denying ideology. Its philosophical worldview is that God does not exist; thus, there is no real purpose for religion. If one denies God, Marxists concur that the concept of God-given rights is ridiculous. While condescension towards people of faith may exist within the secular-humanists, such condescension under Socialist governments, and especially under Communist regimes, morphs into legalized persecution and oppression of people of faith and religious groups. It is “systemic intolerance” of faith.

U.S.A. Hardcore Marxist leaders use anarchists and Brown Shirts and other assorted terrorists to manifest fear in the population and destabilize government

So, for all the people in the United States who think a Marxist revolution could not take place in the U.S., think again. Americans now witness a “sanitized,” made-for-television type of Marxist revolution on American soil. People could think it’s trending toward the 2020 version of “Hunger Games.” Did not the people in the inner cities fear for their lives as the rioters ravaged the streets? Do they not now fear the defunding of the only force that stands between a civil environment and anarchy, chaos, and lawlessness?

Let us ask two simple questions: What is the job of an anarchist? The purpose of most anarchists is to destroy civil stability and government institutions. What do terrorists do? The main purpose of most terrorists is to generate fear and panic within a governmental system in order to generate public confusion, distrust, and division. This is happening right now in the U.S.A. Hardcore Marxist leaders use anarchists and Brown Shirts and other assorted terrorists to manifest fear in the population and destabilize government. Amazingly, some government institutions are already under the influence or control of Socialists and Communists.

This is America 2020. The Brown Shirts have been unleashed upon city streets. A “sanitized” version of a Marxist revolution is under way. It has little to do with an illusion of “systemic racism.” It is about exercising a physical, militant presence to show relative power or political strength. Anarchists and terrorists do what they do according to their purpose unless they are arrested, hindered, or stopped in one way or another. But, what would stop this militant reality show short of physical confrontation or armed combat?

What would stop this “sanitized” Marxist revolution designed to generate widespread public support while destroying the country? Number one: A police presence that is dedicated to protecting all the citizens’ lives is capable of checking unbridled, unlawful activities Americans witness now. And, what are the Antifa and BLM demands? Defund the police? Yes. What are Socialists and Communists embedded in governments calling for? Defund the police? Yes, of course. Defund the police! Does common sense tell intelligent people that this type of solution would ensure the protection of the citizens?

The power of faith is a threat to Marxists; it goes a long way in dismantling the politics of fear

What would stop or hinder actions to promote fear and panic? Number two: A revival   of faith in America would penetrate the efforts at provoking divisiveness and terror in the population. What are secular-humanist government officials continuing to dismantle? In “COVID-plagued” America, they are closing churches, hindering attendance at faith-based worship services. Those intolerant of faith even initiate mandated penalties, fines, even arrests for people who openly profess their faith. Yet, how much genuine effort was made to arrest Antifa and BLM rioters? Or, if such terrorists were arrested, how long did they actually stay in jail? The power of faith is a threat to Marxists; it goes a long way in dismantling the politics of fear.

Let us ask a few more questions: Why have there been so many court cases against religious people in recent years? Why have so many people of faith had to go into the secular court system to fight for their God-given rights? If the U.S. government was established to secure the people’s God-given rights, why is there any fight in the first place? Who are the elected officials that are holding on to the self-evident truths today?

Secular humanists, God-denying atheists, and many lost souls truly cannot believe in the fundamental premises of the Declaration of Independence

Secular humanists, God-denying atheists, and many lost souls truly cannot believe in the fundamental premises of the Declaration of Independence if they do not believe in God. So, for such people who are already in positions of power with state and federal government agencies, where does that leave an adherence to the Declaration? Where does that leave citizens’ God-given rights?—Or the willingness to protect such freedom under the Bill of Rights? It would seem that if the God-given rights of the Founders are no longer tolerated in America, all of the other freedoms that are linked to this self-evident truth, would no longer retain significant authority. All other freedoms   hinge on religious freedom.

Yet, there was no expiration date for those God-given, inalienable rights. Inalienable means inseparable from such rights. America just wItnessed representatives of the taxpayers of Seattle “coming to their senses” and realizing they had allowed a criminal element to jeopardize citizens’ God-given rights. Those public figures reversed their thinking and returned dominion to a free people. This action is even more symbolic than the tearing down of statues. It should be an example for all Americans. Citizens who love America need to reaffirm their hold on self-evident truths. God-given rights still exist; they are still protected; and we all need to proclaim we will not let go of these rights that God gave to His children.

The Nature of Freedom

Ensure that we understand the fundamental difference between the two definitions of freedom

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Re-Posted from The Conservative Tree House By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 9, 2020

The Nature of Freedom

The title suggests that there might be something ambiguous about the definition of freedom. Well according to our old friends Merriam and Webster, it is “the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action.” Sounds about right to me. The freedoms enjoyed by all Americans are – according to our Declaration of Independence – natural rights, inherent to us as human beings, granted to us by Nature or God, and not by the Government, but secured for us by the Government. I’ve emphasized the word to for a reason that will be clear momentarily.

OK what are those rights that I have, my possession of which is characterized by the absence of necessity, coercion or constraint? These are spelled out generally in the Declaration, more specifically in the Constitution – including the Bill of Rights – and in the constitutionally permissible laws passed by Congress and signed by the President. There is no secret here; they include:

Freedom: Absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action

  • the right to reside where I choose
  • the right to pursue the vocation I choose
  • the right to marry, and more generally associate with, whomever I choose
  • the right to worship as I wish
  • the right to petition the Government
  • the right to peacefully assemble
  • the right to state my opinion
  • the right to a trial by a jury of my peers if accused of a crime.

There are more of course, but note the common word to. That is not surprising since Webster specifies that a freedom entails a choice or an action – that is, things I choose to do or act upon – which choice or action is free from necessity, coercion or constraint. And so it has been understood – from the time of the American Revolution.

But beginning in the late 1890s, catching fire in the 1910s, and reigniting strongly in the 1930s, 1960s and 2010s, a substantial minority – and increasingly, looking like a majority – of the American people have settled on an alternate definition of the word freedom. If I may be permitted the liberty, I would state the new definition as follows: “the presence of security, comfort or guarantees in state or being.”

Now let us follow on this new definition with an exact parallel to the discussion above following the classic definition. First, the folks who propound the new definition rarely, explicitly discuss the origin or fount for these rights which are to be accorded to all residents of the USA. They – like Mr. Jefferson – hold them to be self-evident; but they scarcely specify their author, originator, source or justification. Self-evidence seems to be enough – although, alas, what is evident to you may be opaque to me.

Presidential founders of progressivism: Wilson, Roosevelt, Johnson and Obama

Well, what are these rights that I should have that will guarantee my well-being by rendering my state more comfortable and secure? They have been spelled out by the presidential founders of progressivism: Wilson, Roosevelt, Johnson and Obama. They include:

  • freedom from want (i.e., poverty)
  • freedom from fear (i.e., anything that makes me afraid); e.g.
  • freedom from expression of opinions that make me uncomfortable
  • freedom from prejudice
  • freedom from unfair competition (esp. from those more skilled or experienced than me)
  • freedom from violence (e.g., presence of guns)
  • freedom from superstition (i.e., religion)
  • freedom from incarceration
  • freedom from armed government agents (the police, ICE, etc.)
  • freedom from xenophobia (e.g., about undocumented immigrants).

Note now that the common word is from rather than to. That is because these freedoms do not pertain to an action or choice, but to a feeling or emotion or an external force on one’s person. As with ‘freedom to,’ there are more than those delineated above, e.g., freedom from illness or freedom from ignorance. And as with the first set of freedoms, these new freedoms are to be secured or guaranteed by the Government. But unlike the first set of freedoms, these are not granted or accorded to us by Nature or God; they are not natural rights in that sense. They are simply rights that just ought to be accorded to all individuals – or more precisely – to all groups living in an advanced society.

By whose authority? By the people themselves since the rights are self-evidently manifest to any enlightened member of society. Moreover, unlike the natural rights in the Founders’ society, the rights in the modern, enlightened society may evolve and change over time. New rights may be discovered; old rights may be discarded. Finally, the people, via their primary vehicle, the Government, determine what the current set of rights are, and then enforce them also via the Government. Thus, a “Living Constitution!” Which of course implies: Obsolescence of the Declaration and Abrogation of the Constitution.

It’s not my purpose here to compare the relative merits of the two systems. Rather it is to ensure that we understand the fundamental difference between the two definitions of freedom, and to allow the reader to ponder the drastic and overwhelming changes that would ensue if we the people discard the first definition and adopt the second. I will examine some of those changes in a future piece.

The Black Lives Matter Effect is Killing Black Children

If you support Black Lives Matter, you’re killing black children

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Re-posted from the Canada Free Press By  —— Bio and ArchivesJuly 8, 2020

The Black Lives Matter Effect is Killing Black Children

Mekhi James, a 3-year-old boy, cried, “It hurts”, after he was shot in Chicago.

Then he died.

Sincere Gaston, a 1-year-old boy, was also shot and killed in Chicago. A 3-year-old girl was shot in the chest while playing in the front yard with other children. She was among the four toddlers shot in Chicago in two weeks. Older children are also being shot. An 8-year-old girl was grazed in the head, and a 5-year-old boy in the buttocks.

“Where is the outrage? Our babies are being shot. These are our babies,”

Natalia Wallace, a 7-year-old girl described as “quiet and sweet” was shot and killed on the sidewalk.

“Where is the outrage? Our babies are being shot. These are our babies,” Chicago PD’s Chief of Operations Fred Waller, who is African-American, asked.

The question ought to be directed to Black Lives Matter as the BLM Effect fuels shootings and deaths around the country. And the most vulnerable of the BLM Effect’s victims are black children.

Eight children under the age of 10 have been shot in Chicago in the past few weeks. The cause of these shootings is an upsurge in crime from the Black Lives Matter riots that have devastated the country.

The Black Lives Matter riots are killing black people, and particularly black children, in two ways.

Chicago murders are up 83% in June, while arrests fell 55%, street stops 74%, and traffic stops 86%. If you want to see what defunding the police looks like, just stop by Chicago and bring a bulletproof vest.

John Catanzara, the president of the Fraternal Order of Police, blames a new Ferguson Effect in the George Floyd era where officers, “pause and say: ‘I want to go home today safe. I want to make sure I keep my job. And I want to make sure I don’t go to jail.’”

Mayor Lightfoot argues that it’s due to the police being tied up by the Black Lives Matter protests.

And they’re both right. The BLM Effect has a dual function.

Not just black people, but black children are being shot across America because of the anti-police riots

The protests are tying up large numbers of cops, leaving gang members free to fight their battles, and the dismantling of proactive policing and the scapegoating of cops makes the police less proactive.

Alderman Chris Taliaferro, the African-American chair of the Chicago City Council Committee on Public Safety, said, “Our police officers don’t want to be the next headline.”

Even as Democrats around the country endorsed Black Lives Matter and championed defunding the police, Chicago’s black political leaders rushed 1,200 cops to the streets for the July 4th weekend.

African-American Police Superintendent David Brown ordered sweeps of street corners for gang members and pleaded with the courts to keep them in jail for at least the weekend.

“Our endgame is arrests,” he said, vowing to break, “the pipeline for shootings and murders in Chicago.”

A white ACLU official warned that would, “drive a wedge between the CPD and communities of color.”

While Democrats, their leftist leaders, and the media insist that the real threat to black people comes from police officers and white ‘Karens’ who try to defend themselves, the truth is in the hospitals.

Not just black people, but black children are being shot across America because of the anti-police riots.

In Detroit, a 9-year-old boy and 10-year-old girl were shot while shooting off fireworks.

“Black lives matter it seems like, only when a police officer shoots a black person”

In Washington D.C., a world away from where Democrat and Republican politicos sell out children like him by conspiring on “police reform” and “criminal justice reform”, Davon McNeal, an 11-year-old boy, was shot and killed while grabbing a phone charger and earbuds before heading to a July 4th BBQ.

Mayor Muriel Bowser offered her “thoughts and prayers”. But the little boy shot at the Frederick Douglass apartments didn’t need thoughts and prayers recited on Twitter, he needed the police.

The boy’s mother was a community D.C. Violence Interrupter and his grandfather is a Guardian Angel. He was surrounded by alternatives to police, including a city initiative that spent $10 million on community activists that were supposed to somehow ‘interrupt’ violence, but don’t stop bullets.

“We’re protesting for months, for weeks, saying, ‘Black Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter.’ Black lives matter it seems like, only when a police officer shoots a black person,” John Ayala, the boy’s grandfather, said.

“What about all the black-on-black crime that’s happening in the community?”

In St. Louis, a 4-year-old boy was shot in the head over the July 4th weekend. He was one of 4 children shot on the Fourth of July in the city and one of over 60 children that have been shot there this year.

St. Louis Children’s Hospital’s ER has seen more children with gunshot wounds in May than any previous month in its history.

An 8-year-old girl was shot and wounded on July 4th in Cleveland. A 15-year-old boy was among three people who were shot in Boston in 24 hours. In Delano, California, an 11-year-old and a 12-year-old girl were shot and killed at a party. The girls were Latino and their lives don’t matter at the moment.

There’s a 44% increase in shootings and a 23% rise in murders in New York City

But in New York City, TreShawn, an 11-year-old boy was wounded while playing outside his home.

There’s a 44% increase in shootings and a 23% rise in murders in New York City. Call it the BLM Effect.

“More people not in jail,” NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan said, explaining the rising violence. “Rikers Island in New York is empty. Between Covid, between bail reform, the protests caused animosity towards the police, which took us out of neighborhoods that needed us the most.”

In Rutherfordton, North Carolina, Aaliyah Norris, a 7-year-old girl, was shot and killed by Shaquille Francis. Her 9-year-old older sister won’t sleep and won’t eat after the murder.

Royta Giles Jr., an 8-year-old boy, was shot and killed in a Birmingham mall. Another girl was wounded. A 5-year-old boy was also shot and wounded in Birmingham while riding in a car.

Royta will receive a tiny fraction of the media attention and leftist outrage that Rayshard Brooks did. When a movement cares more about a violent thug than a little boy, that sums its moral compass.

A 6-year-old girl was shot and killed in Palm Bay, Florida. Two children were shot in a drive-by attack in Baton Rouge. A 5-year-old and a 12-year-old were shot during a gun battle in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Clarity Coleman, the 5-year-old, was shot in the leg while being pulled on a wagon.

“I didn’t even know that I got shot until I started feeling the pain,” Chyesha Smith, the 12-year-old, said.

70 children were shot in Philadelphia this year. A 43% rise. 96% of the child victims of violence are black.

This is what Black Lives Matter looks like in the real world.

In Minneapolis, where the city council has voted to defund the police, 50 kids from a youth football team, some as young as 5 years old, ran for cover as shots were fired by rival thugs in a park. Elsewhere, a 7-year-old boy was shot in the foot. 116 people were shot in June. That’s a 400% increase.

Sasha Cotton, who heads the city’s office of violence prevention, blamed angst and trauma from Floyd’s death. Her office’s plan to prevent the violence is to urge the victims not to retaliate.

The BLM Effect is taking black lives across America

Coach Thompson, who is black, said, “It was crazy to have 50 to 60 rounds fired and no police presence.”

But he’s considering supporting the defunding of the police.

The BLM Effect is taking black lives across America. In Milwaukee, shootings are up 95%, in Hartford, they’ve risen 36%, and in New York City, shootings are up 142%. In just one week, an extra 37 people were shot. That excess capacity can be credited to Black Lives Matter and all of its supporters.

While Democrat leaders grappled with taking down statues of the great explorer and possibly even renaming the city, Columbus, Ohio is experiencing one of its deadliest years.

Cincinnati is headed toward its deadliest year in over two generations. Murders are up 65%. The average murder victim is black. Only 4 were white.

“Each of those lives matter and the majority of those who have lost their lives this year, last year and the year before that are African Americans. It’s unfortunate to say it is at the hands of other African Americans,” Christopher Smitherman, the black head of Cincinnati’s public safety committee, said.

Smitherman is the former president of Cincinnati’s NAACP.

Black Lives Matter falsely pretends that black people are mostly endangered by police, when in reality, in some of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the country, they’re protected by police officers.

And those police officers are increasingly black.

Black Lives Matter declared war on the police on behalf of criminals. The death toll in black lives is shocking. And the toll in the lives of black children is even more heartrending. When the police leave, the criminals take over, and the hospitals and morgues pile up with the black victims of gang violence.

That’s the BLM Effect.

Supporting Black Lives Matter means not only supporting criminals over the police, it means enabling the mass deaths of black people and black children that inevitably follow in the wake of the riots.

If you support Black Lives Matter, you’re killing black children.