It has been established that MB Obama Puppeteer George Soros is behind the Coup in Kiev, Ferguson Riots and the Baltimore Riots.
-Angry mother beats son for participating in Baltimore riots
-Sheriff David Clarke: Failed Liberal Policies Behind Ferguson, Baltimore Riots
-Limbaugh: Liberal Democrats To Blame For Baltimore
-Anarchy in Baltimore
-Candidate Clinton Blames Baltimore Riots on Income Inequality
-Martial Law: Police, National Guard Invade Baltimore Streets
29 April, 2015 Dr. Alan Keyes
In January, 1987 Clarence Burns became the first black mayor in the history of Baltimore. Since that time the city has had four mayors, all of them Democrats, two of them women, and all but one of them Black. That’s just over 20 years of black leadership over the last 28 years. As for Party, the city hasn’t seen a Republican mayor since Theodore McKeldin in 1963. Yet, as Walter Williams points out in Liberty versus the Tyranny of socialism (p.314) “For many blacks their plight is worse in the very cities where blacks have been mayors, city councilmen, chief of police or superintendent of schools- cities such as Washington, D.C,, Detroit, Newark, and Baltimore.”
All these facts may explain why news reporting about the eruption of violence in Baltimore hasn’t mentioned the race of the police officers whose possible malfeasance resulted in Freddie Gray’s death. However, in order slyly to frame events in racial terms reports never fail to mention that white officers were involved in the death of Michael Brown. I’m sure some would justify that editorial judgment, saying that the color difference only matters when the issue is race. The truth is, however, that in Baltimore color isn’t mentioned because the facts might undermine the whole aim of the media’s propaganda, which is to make race the issue in order to divide and intimidate Americans of good will, who might otherwise react to the core issues of government administration, without regard to race.
Or worse still for the elitist faction propagandists, they might react by raising such issues in racial terms. They might wonder aloud whether it is merely coincidence that, under the leadership of the man elected as “the first Black American President” the nation has declined in economic terms and in terms of social cohesion and international respect.
They might wonder aloud whether it is merely coincidence that episodes of supposedly race-based unrest fit the paradigm of creatively destructive crises celebrated in Obama’s socialist background as ideal opportunities for consolidating dictatorial power.
They might question the wisdom, and suspect the motivation of people who insist on defining issues that involve respect for fundamental and unalienable human rights and dignity in terms that instead offer excuses for replacing state and local self-government with increasingly totalitarian central control.
The question of what happened to Freddie Gray is first and foremost an issue of justice for an individual human being. In addition to legal and political processes and contacts, non-violent public demonstrations may be needed to make sure that issue is addressed. But riotous acts supersede and distract from it. They make it more difficult and unlikely that simple justice will be served. The individual’s death becomes fodder in a struggle for power in which demands for justice are simply ammunition.
This is, of course, exactly how socialist ideologues look upon individual human beings. Socialism is about impersonal “forces of history”, not God-endowed, uniquely created human persons. Individualism dissolves into the wave of history, only taking distinctive shape again in the dictatorial personalities who signify its leading edge.
Would people really concerned about justice for Freddie Gray turn peaceful demonstrations into an excuse to make “free speech” the occasion for acts destructive of their own community? No, they would direct all their energies toward ascertaining and adjudicating the facts; clearly determining and articulating the standards of law and justice that must be applied to those facts, and making sure that those responsible for any wrongdoing are identified, held accountable and punished.
In the meantime, the proper response to people seeking with violence to exploit an individual’s death, and the painful grief of the family and community that mourns it, is to rebuke their callousness and take action to make it clear that perpetrators of destructive violence will be arrested and held for punishment, according to law.
Every year Americans are invited to celebrate the life and influence of Martin Luther King, Jr., as an emblem of respect for the Black community’s historic contribution our nation’s advance toward greater “liberty and justice for all.” King’s greatest achievement in the course of helping to shape that contribution lay not only in his ringing and repeated call for justice and equity, but in the difficult way he chose to carry it out. He took to heart the fact that the wicked thirst for power and control slakes itself by demagogic strategies that turn people united in their passion for justice into combustible fuel primed to explode with violence.
On account of his Christian faith, King had eyes to see the spiritual destruction such demagoguery implies for the very people whose love for justice opens their way to saving grace, for themselves and their community. Therefore, the first sign of courage he asked from them was the discipline to walk humbly, even in the face of depraved violence. The non-violence he instructed was not just a tactic, but a nationally redemptive way of life.
These days depraved elitist faction leaders want us to forget that that preference for non-violence in the pursuit of justice is also the true ideal of the American way. For all the violence of America’s life in the days of its wild frontiers, people always understood and sought after that ideal. Even when they looked back upon the war that led to America’s independence as a nation, what they emphasized was not the violence of battle, but the Declaration of right, rights and a justly delimited government of laws, for the sake of which all the horror of war was endured.
The man Black Americans long revered as the “Great Emancipator” is decried by some, to this day, because he accepted war rather than surrender the premises of equality and right set forth in that Declaration. But he had the wisdom to make clear that the cause of the war was more than the end of slavery. It was to serve and vindicate the truth that the basis of America’s union, its identity as one people, was “firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right.”
On this account, the grotesque fields of blood, strewn with death, were lifted into hallowed ground. On this account the suffering of families burdened and broken, and communities divided and destroyed could produce from a holocaust of pain a whole people, no longer falsely divided slave and free, but one nation, under God, undivided in its ultimate commitment to justice for all.
Though many refuse to admit it, the American people are already into the first courses of a new civil war. This time it is not about the wound inflicted by an injustice that defies our ground of unity. It about whether we shall continue to stand upon that ground, which is an understanding of justice that transcends human will and power. In this war, one side calls upon the Creator, God. The other evokes no god but History: i.e., the heartless progression of events determined in the end by raw, material power, where justice is the good of the stronger, and no injustice is acknowledged but in the complaints of those too weak and powerless to impose their will.
Baltimore is ablaze with riotous violence, as it was in early courses of the last Civil War. This time, too, that violence may come, on demand, from those who hate the premises of America’s Declaration of right, rights and justly delimited government. Others will twist Baltimore’s present smoldering this way and that to serve their stupid, selfish ambitions. But the true diagnosis of its plight lies beyond political parties, or factional ambition and racial manipulation.
Baltimore suffers, as it did before, from the breaking heart of our nation. There is no healing for it but to remember that we are supposed to be a nation righteously seeking justice in accord with God-endowed right- and trying, despite all our selfish passions and deficiencies, to do the right thing in the right way. This is our calling when it comes to individuals, made in God’s image, like Freddie Gray. But it is also our calling for the sake of for the whole community, the whole race of human beings. Does that union of humanity still persist, in our heart’s imagination? Does it still shape our good will toward one another, which is to uplift people, as individuals and as a whole, toward the hopeful destiny informed by God’s first intention for us all?
Angry mother beats son for participating in Baltimore riots
Sheriff David Clarke: Failed Liberal Policies Behind Ferguson, Baltimore Riots
Limbaugh: Liberal Democrats To Blame For Baltimore
“This is not gonna end until the Democrat Party somehow, some way, is ever held accountable for the crap they have visited on this country.”
4.29.2015 by Bradford Thomas
On his radio show Tuesday, Rush Limbaugh addressed the destructive riots in Baltimore that forced authorities to impose a curfew and call in the National Guard. The blame for the racial division, Limbaugh argued, falls on those “running the show” in poverty-plagued cities like Baltimore: “liberal Democrats.”
Limbaugh began by highlighting the disconnect between the political and social rise of African-American leaders and the widespread economic woes of the black communities they’re supposed to be helping:
LIMBAUGH: We’ve had six counting years of an African-American president. And, by the way, the African-American community is more ticked than ever because they were expecting all kinds of things to change for them, and they haven’t. It’s gotten worse, and their first elected president seems more interested in illegals from Central America and South America and Mexico than he does about them. You’d be mad, too. You can’t find jobs. Black unemployment in this country, youth black unemployment, 27%. Adult black unemployment is 14 or 15%.
Then you hear in Baltimore these people running around blaming the fact that there are not any jobs. Who’s running the show? Whose policies are in place in Baltimore? Who’s policies are in place in New Orleans? Whose policies are in place in Detroit? Whose policies are in place in New York City? There’s a simple answer. Liberal Democrats.
The racial animosity witnessed in Baltimore, he said, will continue until leftist politicians are finally held accountable for their criminal pattern of benefiting personally while those they claim to serve remain impoverished:
LIMBAUGH: Are you not to blame for the fact aren’t any jobs in your city? It’s your policies! Are you not to blame for the horrible state of education, you and your liberal buddies? What’s the solution? “We need more funding, we need more money, we need job training centers, we need more job centers and we need more schools and we need more federal government,” and that’s what the answer always is.
And they get it. The people don’t get it. Just like the Clintons get the money that goes to the foundation, the liberal leaders, wherever they are, happen to get most of the federal money that flows into some locale. Somewhere, somehow by crook or hook, they get the money, or they get the use of it. But the intended recipients, the so-called beneficiaries, don’t see a dime.
And yet their leaders run around tell ’em how hard they’re working for ’em, how much compassion they’ve got for ’em, how they know they’re oppressed, how they know those Republicans are just waiting to be all racist on ’em and everything. But they’re out there to protect ’em. And then when the protection doesn’t happen ’cause the mayor calls the cops off, the town blows up and burns up, and they blame the cops because young black people been told since the day they were born the cops are the mean, cops are the problem. Bammo!
Limbaugh went on to say that the plight of the black community is largely a product of the “race grievance industry,” a la Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, which he pointed out has been at work for over a hundred years. As evidence, he quoted Booker T. Washington, who described in 1911 “another class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public” for personal gain.
LIMBAUGH: [Washington]’s talking about the Reverend Jackson and Al Sharpton and you pick your name. Anybody else who does this kind of stuff, he’s talking exactly about them. They do not want it to stop. They do not want it to go away. They “do not want the Negro to lose his grievances” means they don’t want any of this solved because they did not want to lose their jobs. There were race hustlers even back in the day of Booker T. Washington. There were race hustlers back in the days of slavery. This isn’t gonna end. This is not gonna end until the Democrat Party somehow, some way, is ever held accountable for the crap they have visited on this country.
Meanwhile, President Obama made clear in a radio interview with Steve Harvey Tuesday that he has no plans to visit Baltimore, saying he’s “seen this movie” already:
OBAMA: The communities in Baltimore that are having these problems now are no different from the communities in Chicago when I first started working [as a community organizer]. I’ve seen this movie too many times before.
Anarchy in Baltimore
29 April, 2015 by Robert Stacy McCain
What happened Monday night in Baltimore, the Economist reported, “is perhaps best described not as a riot but as anarchy”:
Though there are police lines, there are few protesters or people fighting the police or hurling stones. Indeed, where the police are lined up, the people standing around are mostly taking photos on their phones. Drive a few blocks in any direction, though, and suddenly it feels lawless. Groups of young men, boys really, wearing bandanas and hoodies, stand on street corners next to derelict buildings, staring at anyone passing, and occasionally throwing projectiles at cars. Young women hurry home carrying bags of stolen loot: food, clothes, and bottles of beer and liquor. On the occasional street here and there cars burn freely. Shops, of which there are not many in this abandoned corner of the inner city, are ravaged, their windows smashed, their shelves picked over. Cars hurtle through red lights at high speed, music blaring, boys leaning out of the windows. And everywhere the intense smell of smoke and the buzz of helicopters overhead.
The Baltimore Sun reports:
As night fell, looters took to Mondawmin Mall and a Save-A-Lot and Rite Aid in Bolton Hill, loading up cars with stolen goods. About 10 fire crews battled a three-alarm fire at a large senior center under construction at Chester and Gay streets, as police officers stood guard with long guns. . . .
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake declared a curfew across the city starting Tuesday and for the next week, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for adults and 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. for children aged 14 and younger. She drew a distinction between peaceful protesters and “thugs” she said engaged in rioting Monday intend on “destroying our city.”
“It’s idiotic to think that by destroying your city, you’re going to make life better for anybody,” Rawlings-Blake said.
(“Idiotic”? Ma’am, these are Democrat voters you’re talking about.)
At Rawlings-Blake’s request, Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order declaring a state of emergency and activating the Maryland National Guard. . . .
The governor is sending 500 state troopers to Baltimore and requesting as many as 5,000 officers from neighboring states, he said in a press conference.
“I have not made this decision lightly,” Hogan said. “The National Guard represents a last resort.”
Of course, if the National Guard can’t restore order, President Obama could deploy the 82nd Airborne Division, or maybe order some Predator drone strikes against the rioters, but we probably don’t want think about that “last resort.”
Ta-Nehisi Coates offers intellectual excuses for the rioters:
Rioting broke out on Monday in Baltimore—an angry response to the death of Freddie Gray, a death my native city seems powerless to explain. Gray did not die mysteriously in some back alley but in the custody of the city’s publicly appointed guardians of order. And yet the mayor of that city and the commissioner of that city’s police still have no idea what happened. . . .
The citizens who live in West Baltimore, where the rioting began, intuitively understand this. I grew up across the street from Mondawmin Mall, where today’s riots began. My mother was raised in the same housing project, Gilmor Homes, where Freddie Gray was killed. Everyone I knew who lived in that world regarded the police not with admiration and respect but with fear and caution. People write these feelings off as wholly irrational at their own peril, or their own leisure. The case against the Baltimore police, and the society that superintends them, is easily made . . .
Right. Liberals must blame “society,” despite the fact that the “publicly appointed guardians of order” answer to a “society” (i.e., the citizens of Baltimore) who in 2012 gave 87% of their votes to Barack Obama. Yet it is predictable that, to people whose politics is a simple devotion to (a) electing Democrats and (b) supporting liberal policies, the evidence of failure leaves them angry, confused and hunting for scapegoats. Democrats cannot be blamed, nor can the party’s most loyal constituents be held responsible, and the possibility that liberalism is itself the problem — well, no, thoughts like that never cross the mind of someone like Ta-Nehisi Coates. His worldview is completely fact-proof and immune to the influence of logical deduction.
This is the political gospel of modern liberalism: People who vote 87% Democrat are never to be blamed for anything they do wrong. And really, the liberal asks, isn’t “wrong” kind of a judgmental word when applied to the peace-loving citizens of Baltimore?
Candidate Clinton Blames Baltimore Riots on Income Inequality
Ignores fact husband’s war on drugs responsible for militarized cops
April 29, 2015 by Kurt Nimmo
Presidential wanna-be Hillary Clinton toted the Democrat party line on income inequality and race today in response to the Baltimore riots.
Martial Law: Police, National Guard Invade Baltimore Streets
April 29, 2015 by Jakari Jackson & Joe Biggs
This is a glimpse of what a martial law scenario would look like with militarized police and national guard being deployed to quell the riots in Baltimore.
Police & Military Dwarf Crowds In Baltimore
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