George Floyd's Death, Protests and Riots across the US

c.a.

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Here we find the Feminists movement riding the coat-tails of this tragedy, in Sank-City, San Fransisco.
With Nevada promising the same agenda.

Session Date: December 29th 2018
It's best to go to the link page (of this session), and re-read in full, IMHO.
A: Not far off! Dominance over the normal male.

Q: (L) Remember that book I wrote a review on years and years and years ago about this guy who wrote about the Ultimate Alien Agenda, and how loving the reptilians were, and... I'll never forget that. Jesus Christ... Go on Amazon, look up that book, and read my review. It was... That book was... Oh my god.

(Andromeda) In that direction?

(L) Oh yeah! I mean, maybe that book IS telling us the ultimate alien agenda.

(Artemis) They want the man booty!

(L) Apparently so! It's a dominance thing. It's not about sex, it's about dominance.

(Pierre) They want slaves - submission.

{Here is the review: 1.0 out of 5 stars A "Clintonized Version" of Reptiod Abductions
January 2, 1999
Format: Paperback

SD

(Joe) At present, kind of the whole radical feminist agenda is simply a means to that end?

A: Yes

Q: (L) And I would say it has been from the beginning. We're talking about long, slow, patient manipulation. The C's said it years ago. It's to get everybody programmed to be the way they want them to be when they come to take over so that we'll all be "worthy" subjects. It's creepy.

(Joe) Is that in any way connected to homosexuality?

A: Yes

Q: (Joe) Is homosexuality a deliberate tinkering with humanity that is a reflection of a 4D STS mindset?

A: Yes

Q: (Niall) Is 4D STS gay?

A: No. It is about power not sex.
SD
(L) What do you mean by "4D battles?"

A: As above, so below.

Q: (L) Well, since you brought that up, there has been a discussion on the forum where people are saying things like, "Well, I don't want to have a gun because it's a dirty thing, it’s just about death" and so on and so forth. Or, "I just couldn't kill anybody even to protect myself, or if I had to I'd feel like I failed as a human being." Yet you're saying that there are battles in 4D and it's reflected in 3D. So, what's going on right here in 3D is basically a reflection of this battle that's taking place in this higher...

(Joe) Are there wars in 4D?

A: Yes

Q: (L) Their version of war.

A: STS seeks to impose domination which must be resisted. You wrote about this yourself!!

Q: (L) Yeah, I did. Wasn't it that Michael Topper article? I wrote about it somewhere else, too. I think in the article I wrote something about the psychopathic state of America, that we're almost required to resist that domination for the sake of the future, for the sake of the STO position itself. Well, so in other words...

A: One thing you should consider is that the so-called "rules" that dictate that it is being less than human to defend oneself and what is right and true just may have been programmed to make one weak.

Q: (Artemis) Well, yeah, I mean if you look at Western society and values and TV, they're all about not killing people at all even if you're a good guy and even if you need to.

(L) At the same time, they promote killing with all their shoot-em-ups and blow-em-ups. There's something about that, because... It's like Jonathan Haidt who talks about the different moral systems and that the liberal snowflake moral system foundation is mainly just about not harming anybody, and nobody should ever get hurt, nobody should have hurt feelings... And that's kinda bizarre because it doesn't accommodate the fact that...

(Andromeda) In the wrong situation, it leads to hurt!

(L) Yeah. Not to mention reality itself. Well, anybody got any more questions? I'm getting tired.

(Chu) The thing about the 4D labs... We were talking earlier about free will and all that. So, how would it work at a practical level? Are there Good Guys Labs, Bad Guys Labs, and the bad guys interfere as much as they can, while the good guys are not allowed to interfere, but just to protect? Or because the person asks?

A: When asked and when it will not cause a disturbance in life lesson plans.

Q: (L) So in a certain sense...

(Joe) It's dependent on the person's life lesson plan. If their plan is to experience something nasty, then they're probably not gonna get any help. If it's part of some maneuver by some other forces trying to subvert that life plan, then you get help.

A: Yes exactly.

Q: (L) So, basically from what I've been putting together from our discussions over the past few years, it seems that there are beings in 5D who can share their lessons and energy with us if we're connected in some way like genetically or some spiritual connection or whatever – really, almost like ancient ancestor worship. Then there are beings in 4D who are basically like angels and demons who can help or harm. So, some of the ancient depictions of life and spiritual realities aren't that far off. Is that what we're saying here?

A: Yes

Angela Yvonne Davis (born 1944) is an American political activist, philosopher, academic, and author. She is a professor emerita at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Ideologically a Marxist, Davis was a longtime member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and is a founding member of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS). She is the author of over ten books on class, feminism, race, and the US prison system.

Davis and the Deep State.:
Born to an African-American family in Birmingham, Alabama, Davis studied French at Brandeis University and philosophy at the University of Frankfurt in West Germany. Studying under the philosopher Herbert Marcuse, a prominent figure in the Frankfurt School, Davis became increasingly engaged in far-left politics. Returning to the United States, she studied at the University of California, San Diego, before moving to East Germany, where she completed a doctorate at the Humboldt University of Berlin. After returning to the United States, she joined the Communist Party and became involved in numerous causes, including the second-wave feminist movement and the campaign against the Vietnam War. In 1969 she was hired as an acting assistant professor of philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). UCLA's governing Board of Regents soon fired her due to her Communist Party membership; after a court ruled this illegal, the university fired her again, this time for her use of inflammatory language.

In 1970, guns belonging to Davis were used in an armed takeover of a courtroom in Marin County, California, in which four people were killed. Prosecuted for three capital felonies, including conspiracy to murder, and held in jail for over a year, she was acquitted of all charges in 1972. She visited Eastern Bloc countries in the 1970s and during the 1980s was twice the Communist Party's candidate for Vice President; at this time, she also held the position of professor of ethnic studies at San Francisco State University. Much of her work focused on the abolition of prisons and in 1997 she co-founded Critical Resistance, an organization working to abolish the prison–industrial complex.[5] In 1991, amid the dissolution of the Soviet Union, she helped start the CCDS, a platform initially operating inside the CPUSA seeking to reorient the party's ideology away from orthodox communism. When the majority of party members voted against CCDS proposals, along with CCDS colleagues, she left the CPUSA. Also in 1991, she joined the feminist studies department at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she became department director before retiring in 2008. Since then she has continued to write and remained active in movements such as Occupy and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign.

Davis is revered in France as folk-hero for reasons beyond my understanding.


Journaux.fr le 21-03-2013
 
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Nucifera

Dagobah Resident

Portland Mayor Blames White Supremacists for Election Unrest​

“Given the heightened concerns about potential violence, particularly from white supremist organizations and the divisive rhetoric from Washington, D.C., the need for coordination and partnership takes on statewide significance,” Wheeler tweeted on Monday. “Oregon is likely to be a flashpoint.”
This tool was just reelected, but only because he ran against an Antifa candidate. Otherwise, he polled at a 63% unfavorable rate. If he pulled his head out of the dark place it's in, he'd see that "white supremacists" are almost completely absent from ~120 days of leftist rioting (could be more, I'm losing count). Antifa tried to burn down his condo building on his birthday, just as one example of the "white supremacist threat." Reality is just a concept.

 

NewEngland Seeker

Jedi Council Member
FOTCM Member
Here we find the Feminists movement riding the coat-tails of this tragedy, in Sank-City, San Fransisco.
With Nevada promising the same agenda.

Session Date: December 29th 2018
It's best to go to the link page (of this session), and re-read in full, IMHO.

SD


Angela Yvonne Davis (born 1944) is an American political activist, philosopher, academic, and author. She is a professor emerita at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Ideologically a Marxist, Davis was a longtime member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and is a founding member of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS). She is the author of over ten books on class, feminism, race, and the US prison system.

Davis and the Deep State.:
Born to an African-American family in Birmingham, Alabama, Davis studied French at Brandeis University and philosophy at the University of Frankfurt in West Germany. Studying under the philosopher Herbert Marcuse, a prominent figure in the Frankfurt School, Davis became increasingly engaged in far-left politics. Returning to the United States, she studied at the University of California, San Diego, before moving to East Germany, where she completed a doctorate at the Humboldt University of Berlin. After returning to the United States, she joined the Communist Party and became involved in numerous causes, including the second-wave feminist movement and the campaign against the Vietnam War. In 1969 she was hired as an acting assistant professor of philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). UCLA's governing Board of Regents soon fired her due to her Communist Party membership; after a court ruled this illegal, the university fired her again, this time for her use of inflammatory language.

In 1970, guns belonging to Davis were used in an armed takeover of a courtroom in Marin County, California, in which four people were killed. Prosecuted for three capital felonies, including conspiracy to murder, and held in jail for over a year, she was acquitted of all charges in 1972. She visited Eastern Bloc countries in the 1970s and during the 1980s was twice the Communist Party's candidate for Vice President; at this time, she also held the position of professor of ethnic studies at San Francisco State University. Much of her work focused on the abolition of prisons and in 1997 she co-founded Critical Resistance, an organization working to abolish the prison–industrial complex.[5] In 1991, amid the dissolution of the Soviet Union, she helped start the CCDS, a platform initially operating inside the CPUSA seeking to reorient the party's ideology away from orthodox communism. When the majority of party members voted against CCDS proposals, along with CCDS colleagues, she left the CPUSA. Also in 1991, she joined the feminist studies department at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she became department director before retiring in 2008. Since then she has continued to write and remained active in movements such as Occupy and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign.

Davis is revered in France as folk-hero for reasons beyond my understanding.


Journaux.fr le 21-03-2013
The French Revolution was perpetrated by women. After the revolutionaries came into power they immediately limited women's rights. This game just does not change.
 

NewEngland Seeker

Jedi Council Member
FOTCM Member

Portland Mayor Blames White Supremacists for Election Unrest​


This tool was just reelected, but only because he ran against an Antifa candidate. Otherwise, he polled at a 63% unfavorable rate. If he pulled his head out of the dark place it's in, he'd see that "white supremacists" are almost completely absent from ~120 days of leftist rioting (could be more, I'm losing count). Antifa tried to burn down his condo building on his birthday, just as one example of the "white supremacist threat." Reality is just a concept.


The government will only crack down on American citizens that are trying to prevent the communists from completing their planned takeover! He has exposed himself as a communist.
 

Nucifera

Dagobah Resident
The government will only crack down on American citizens that are trying to prevent the communists from completing their planned takeover! He has exposed himself as a communist.
If Ted Wheeler is a communist, he's from a different faction from Antifa, who tried to burn down his condo (with many residents inside). He certainly appears to be following orders from someone other than the local citizenry. Liberal as they are, most don't seem to prefer the riots or burning Portland to the ground. Wheeler is a former Republican FWIW, and from a wealthy family (of which the town of Wheeler, OR is named). While he appears stupid in some ways, with degrees from Stanford, Columbia, and Harvard, that's probably not the case. That leaves bribery, extortion, and mind control on the table.
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Nucifera

Dagobah Resident
Portland is NOT a Portal to hell, no way... How could anyone even think that?!? Just a regural town that came up regularly in pedo/human trafficking investigations during the last decade or so, but that must be coincidental as well.


Yep, until the last decade or so. Portland was a pretty cool town with a vibrant cultural scene among other things. Human trafficking, unfortunately, has been around since the mid-1800s or so. There are still remnants of the underground in downtown SW.
 

Nucifera

Dagobah Resident

BLM rioters vandalize Portland commissioner's house after he voted against defunding police; city hall hit with arson attack​

Dozens of left-wing protesters vandalized a Portland commissioner's home after he voted against a measure that would defund part of the Portland Police Bureau's budget. The disconcerting event unfolded on Thursday according to the Portland Police. Portland City Commissioner Dan Ryan had voted against a measure earlier that day that would have redirected $18 million from the police budget to other programs supporting social causes.

Portland Unified Command said that the group marched to Ryan's home, broke a window and tossed "burning flares and paint filled balloons" at the house. Video on social media captured the protesters chanting "Black Lives Matter!" and "F**k you Dan Ryan!!" during the protest.
Rioters also attacked the Portland City Hall and tried to torch it in an arson attack.
 
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