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…Obama making his next statement… “The Obamas are on vacation, potus couldn’t be bothered while the whole world is on fire. But he will emerge and make an incendiary statement on the Riots, looting, gunfire and chaos in Ferguson, Missouri following police shooting of teenager….”

August 11, 2014 1 comment

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The Obamas are on vacation,

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But he will emerge and make an incendiary statement on the Riots, looting, gunfire and chaos in Ferguson, Missouri following police shooting of teenager.

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Busting out all over: Black mob violence… “Large-scale black mob violence is busting out in Philadelphia, Chicago, Utica, Jacksonville, St. Louis, Wilmington (Delaware), Greenville (South Carolina), Grand Rapids, Peoria, Springfield (Ohio), Newark, Boston and Brooklyn.”

April 12, 2013 1 comment

Busting out all over: Black mob violence

 

World Net Daily ^ | 4/12/2013 | Colin Flaherty

 

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(Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.)

 

 

 

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3rd straight night of rioting in Brooklyn (Over young man shot by police)

March 14, 2013 Leave a comment

3rd straight night of rioting in Brooklyn (Over young man shot by police)

 

American Thinker ^ | 03/14/2013 | Rick Moran

 

Posted on Thursday, March 14, 2013 10:37:45 AM by SeekAndFind

 

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An incident involving a teenager who was shot by police after he pointed a .38 at them has enraged Brooklynites and caused three straight nights of rioting.

 

From NY Daily News:

 

 

 

At least 46 demonstrators were arrested along Church Ave. in East Flatbush. Police struggled to control a hostile crowd that broke away from a planned peaceful vigil for Kimani (Kiki) Gray, 16, killed by police on Saturday night.

 

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Threats of elections riots if Obama loses

October 16, 2012 Leave a comment
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Despite the issue receiving national media attention, Obama supporters continue to threaten to riot if Mitt Romney wins the presidential election, raising the prospect of civil unrestif Obama fails to secure a second term.

 

 

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The story was subsequently picked up by innumerable media outlets. Highly respected economist and philosopher Thomas Sowell also voiced his concerns that race riotscould ensue if Obama is not re-elected.

 

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Checking Twitter feeds this morning, we discovered that threats to riot on behalf of Obama supporters are still flooding in, with the users seemingly unaware of the fact that the media has now picked up on the buzz.

 

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Prison Planet.com » Threats To Riot If Obama Loses Flood Internet!

October 14, 2012 Leave a comment

Threats To Riot If Obama Loses Flood Internet!

 

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October 13, 2012

 

In the above video we explore a string of press reports covering threats to riot if Obama loses flooding twitter and Facebook. We also breakdown the fact that this will be used to take all Americans’ freedoms and is a threat to our republic……..

 

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Riots If Obama Loses? So What? « Cry and Howl

October 10, 2012 Leave a comment

 

Personally, I’m tired of being threatened. We’ve got Muslims burning the American flag, threatening U.S. citizens abroad … threatening to riot, burn and pillage if the “profit” … er … prophet is insulted.

 

I mean these followers of the “religion of peace” go around shooting, beheading, raping children, all the while shouting “Alluah Snackbar” if people don’t convert to Islam. Christ and Christianity are continually insulted and Christians are being murdered, raped, robbed especially in places like Nigeria … yet I don’t see them rioting or threatening to burn down Mosques because of it. Maybe we (Christians) should do a little rioting of our own. Cut off a few heads … rape a few camels … Whoa! Nah … I’ll pass on that.

 

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The race riot … and the media cover-up

August 26, 2012 2 comments

 

(Editor’s note: Colin Flahertyhas done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse.

 

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WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abusesolely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.)

 

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Would the US Military Stand Down and ‘Empower a Revolution’ If Faced With Riots and Civil Unrest? by Mac Slavo…

August 8, 2012 1 comment

 

Among the many inconsistencies with what’s playing out in the middle east is the question of what our President and Secretary of Defense would ask our own military to do if political protests, riots and violence erupted here in the US. Both seem to suggest that the leaders of these middle eastern countries, as well as their law enforcement and military apparatuses, should stand aside.

Would the President of the United States, if faced with riots, molotov cocktails, and gun fire outside of the Capitol building or White House allow the military to “empower a revolution driven by unmet political and economic grievances” of the people?

Estimates suggest that Mubarak resigned amid as many as 2 million protesters in the streets. This is about 3% of Egypt’s population.

If the United States saw similar turnouts at Federal and State government buildings, would our leadership resign without a fight as well? Are we to believe that the same logic being used to compel dictators in the middle east to step down would be applied domestically if the people, in a public show of protest, deemed our government to be tyrannical and it’s leaders dictators? Moreover, does this mean that any such civil disobedience, riots, and gunfire would be ignored by military and law enforcement, who would be ordered to, as Mr. Gates suggested to Syria, stand on the sidelines?

We’d like to believe it is that easy, except we live in a little place we like to call reality.

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March 28, 2011

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Black mobs now have soundtrack for violence

July 25, 2012 Leave a comment

 

Highly produced music giving the beat, literally, to national mayhem

 

Colin Flaherty is an award-winning reporter and author of “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it.” Follow him on Twitter.More ↓

 

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Editor’s note: Colin Flaherty has done more reporting than any other journalist on what appears to be a nationwide trend of skyrocketing black-on-white crime, violence and abuse. WND features these reports to counterbalance the virtual blackout by the rest of the media due to their concerns that reporting such incidents would be inflammatory or even racist. WND considers it racist not to report racial abuse solely because of the skin color of the perpetrators or victims.

 

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Would the US Military Stand Down and ‘Empower a Revolution’ If Faced With Riots and Civil Unrest? by Mac Slavo « ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984+. ~ (BLOG & EMAIL)

January 8, 2012 2 comments

Would the US Military Stand Down and ‘Empower a Revolution’ If Faced With Riots and Civil Unrest? by Mac Slavo

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Reasons provided by the US and coalition forces for the incursion into Libya is that the West is protecting innocent people from slaughter – a storyline that only sheep of state sponsored television could believe considering that the government of Bahrain allowed hundreds of Saudi troops to help quell the rebellion that threatened their monarchy. Government sponsored police forces are authorized to eliminate anyone who threatens the government, including unarmed protesters, many of who were shot in drive by executions:

The US and Western coalitions pick and choose which innocent civilians are worthy of saving, and many have suggested that this is due to one specific reason. If you haven’t guessed, it’s closely related to the oil and gas reserves in the region, but according to Conn Hallinan, it’s a much broader strategy that boils down to regional energy control. The Saudis, being close allies of the US (for today, at least) have a pass to cleanse protesters who would threaten stability. Libya, of course, is lead by a dictator, thus he has to go – just like the Syrian leadership.

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2012: Predictions of a Mad Tin Foiler by Mac Slavo

January 7, 2012 1 comment

…..Actually, there were plenty of awake and aware Americans out there that saw it coming – many wrote about it on their blogs, spoke to us in videos, shared on their social media pages, or started discussions in community forums across the internet. Some of the forecasts may not have happened within a specified time frame or exactly how we may have expected, but many happened as predicted, and in some cases were much more extreme than we could have ever imagined.

As you read the following items for consideration going into 2012, keep in mind that nothing is set in stone, and events may play out very rapidly once they have been catalyzed, as we saw with the Occupy protests and European riots in 2011, or at a slow but progressively worsening pace, as we’re seeing with the globalization of war in the middle east and elsewhere.

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Would the US Military Stand Down and ‘Empower a Revolution’ If Faced With Riots and Civil Unrest? by Mac Slavo…

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Among the many inconsistencies with what’s playing out in the middle east is the question of what our President and Secretary of Defense would ask our own military to do if political protests, riots and violence erupted here in the US.
Both seem to suggest that the leaders of these middle eastern countries, as well as their law enforcement and military apparatuses, should stand aside.
Would the President of the United States, if faced with riots, molotov cocktails, and gun fire outside of the Capitol building or White House allow the military to “empower a revolution driven by unmet political and economic grievances” of the people?

Estimates suggest that Mubarak resigned amid as many as 2 million protesters in the streets. This is about 3% of Egypt’s population.

If the United States saw similar turnouts at Federal and State government buildings, would our leadership resign without a fight as well? Are we to believe that the same logic being used to compel dictators in the middle east to step down would be applied domestically if the people, in a public show of protest, deemed our government to be tyrannical and it’s leaders dictators? 

Moreover, does this mean that any such civil disobedience, riots, and gunfire would be ignored by military and law enforcement, who would be ordered to, as Mr. Gates suggested to Syria, stand on the sidelines?

We’d like to believe it is that easy, except we live in a little place we like to call reality.

Reprinted from SHTF Plan.

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Among the many inconsistencies with what’s playing out in the middle east is the question of what our President and Secretary of Defense would ask our own military to do if political protests, riots and violence erupted here in the US.

Both seem to suggest that the leaders of these middle eastern countries, as well as their law enforcement and military apparatuses, should stand aside.

Would the President of the United States, if faced with riots, molotov cocktails, and gun fire outside of the Capitol building or White House allow the military to “empower a revolution driven by unmet political and economic grievances” of the people?

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First Thoughts: Anger, Shock, Dismay as Obama Sets Up Country for Riots

October 6, 2011 Leave a comment

First Thoughts: Anger, Shock, Dismay as Obama Sets Up Country for Riots

Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | October 6, 2011 | Rush Limbaugh

Posted on Thursday, October 06, 2011 6:09:28 PM by Kaslin

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RUSH: You know, I showed up here feeling quite sad today — yeah, I did — over the death of Steve Jobs. And then to have to sit here for the last hour and watch this excuse for a press conference, made this a very tough day. We’re looking at incompetence on parade here.

Hi, folks, Rush Limbaugh, the EIB Network, and the Limbaugh Institute, Advanced Conservative Studies. Telephone number is 800-282-2882 if you want to be on the program.

If you have ABC Radio News, if your EIB affiliate carries ABC Radio News and you’ve been listening to it mere moments ago, they’ve been playing sound bites from Obama’s press conference as if they’re being fed those sound bites, and saying, “an angry sounding Obama.” And he has sounded angry a couple times. I’m thinking, “What in the world does he have to be angry about? He’s the one causing all this. He’s the one screwing everybody. He’s the one happily managing the decline of the United States of America.” And these fits of rage are prompted by questions that he considers to be beneath him, he doesn’t think he should be asked. And this whole thing is a campaign appearance……………..Excerpt…..

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Limbaugh: ‘Obama Wants Riots to Create Chaos’

September 19, 2011 Leave a comment

National radio host Rush Limbaugh responded to New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s warning that there would be civil disobedience on the streets of America if unemployment figures continued to rise by claiming that President Obama wants to see riots so that he can politically exploit the chaos that would ensue.

Limbaugh: Obama Wants Riots to Create Chaos

Bloomberg said Friday that rising unemployment and poverty in the United States is raising the likelihood of riots similar to unrest that has gripped Europe over the last 18 months.

While deflecting criticism from Obama for presiding over a 9.1 per cent unemployment rate (the real figure is much higher), Bloomberg stated, “The public knows there is something wrong in this country, and there is. The bottom line is that they’re upset…..you don’t want those kinds of riots here.”

Limbaugh was quick to respond on his nationally syndicated radio show, labeling the New York Mayor “Doomberg,” and slamming him as “an order of fries short of a Happy Meal,” for believing that Obama’s jobs plan could remedy the crisis and asking him how many jobs would be created instantly if the US enforced its immigration laws.

Limbaugh then controversially suggested that the Obama administration was anticipating riots and would in fact welcome them.

“Now, I can’t remember if I said this on this program or just to friends, but I know I’ve said it to friends. You’ll have to recall yourself whether I’ve said this on the radio or not, but over the last two years, I myself have said that before all is said and done there’s gonna be riots in this country over this stuff, and Obama wants it, not gonna be upset by ‘em. Chaos, it’s all part of the continuing chaos,” said Limbaugh.

In charging that Obama wants to see riots and chaos on the streets of American, Limbaugh is insinuating that the administration plans to exploit the disorder so that the American people as a whole demand stability and more big government.

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The likes of Gerald Celente and Infowars have been warning about the onset of riots for years, but Ron Paul recently reiterated the threat, noting that the federal government was preparing for a “breakdown in law and order”.

“You can have a breakdown of law and order so the people will unfortunately be begging for stabilization, and they’ll be inviting the federal government to come in and destabilize things, so I think they’re making plans along those lines,” said the Texas Congressman.

Authorities are already gearing up for violent unrest following last month’s riots in the United Kingdom. High-tech guard towers designed for “crowd control” in times of civil disobedience are now popping up on American streets, while police departments across the country are being trained to deal with rioters.

Planners at the military level have also been quietly preparing for mass unrest for several years.

In November 2008, right as the economic implosion was unraveling, the U.S. Army War College released a white paper called Known Unknowns: Unconventional ‘Strategic Shocks’ in Defense Strategy Development. The report warned that the military must be prepared for a “violent, strategic dislocation inside the United States,” which could be provoked by “unforeseen economic collapse,” “purposeful domestic resistance,” “pervasive public health emergencies” or “loss of functioning political and legal order.” The “widespread civil violence,” the document said, “would force the defense establishment to reorient priorities in extremis to defend basic domestic order and human security.”

As we reported three years ago, U.S. troops returning from Iraq were being re-allocated to occupy America, running checkpoints and training to deal with “civil unrest and crowd control” under the auspices of a Northcom program that revolved around deploying 20,000 active duty troops inside America to “help” state and local officials during times of emergency.

The date set for the completion of this program was 2011.

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Would the US Military Stand Down and ‘Empower a Revolution’ If Faced With Riots and Civil Unrest? by Mac Slavo

September 2, 2011 3 comments

Among the many inconsistencies with what’s playing out in the middle east is the question of what our President and Secretary of Defense would ask our own military to do if political protests, riots and violence erupted here in the US. Both seem to suggest that the leaders of these middle eastern countries, as well as their law enforcement and military apparatuses, should stand aside. Would the President of the United States, if faced with riots, molotov cocktails, and gun fire outside of the Capitol building or White House allow the military to “empower a revolution driven by unmet political and economic grievances” of the people?

Estimates suggest that Mubarak resigned amid as many as 2 million protesters in the streets. This is about 3% of Egypt’s population.

If the United States saw similar turnouts at Federal and State government buildings, would our leadership resign without a fight as well? Are we to believe that the same logic being used to compel dictators in the middle east to step down would be applied domestically if the people, in a public show of protest, deemed our government to be tyrannical and it’s leaders dictators? Moreover, does this mean that any such civil disobedience, riots, and gunfire would be ignored by military and law enforcement, who would be ordered to, as Mr. Gates suggested to Syria, stand on the sidelines?

We’d like to believe it is that easy, except we live in a little place we like to call reality………………….

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Reasons provided by the US and coalition forces for the incursion into Libya is that the West is protecting innocent people from slaughter – a storyline that only sheep of state sponsored television could believe considering that the government of Bahrain allowed hundreds of Saudi troops to help quell the rebellion that threatened their monarchy. Government sponsored police forces are authorized to eliminate anyone who threatens the government, i … Read More

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Reasons provided by the US and coalition forces for the incursion into Libya is that the West is protecting innocent people from slaughter – a storyline that only sheep of state sponsored television could believe considering that the government of Bahrain allowed hundreds of Saudi troops to help quell the rebellion that threatened their monarchy. Government sponsored police forces are authorized to eliminate anyone who threatens the government, i … Read More

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Reasons provided by the US and coalition forces for the incursion into Libya is that the West is protecting innocent people from slaughter – a storyline that only sheep of state sponsored television could believe considering that the government of Bahrain allowed hundreds of Saudi troops to help quell the rebellion that threatened their monarchy. Government sponsored police forces are authorized to eliminate anyone who threatens the government, i … Read More

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Prison Planet.com » New York Cops Prepare For Civil Unrest

August 19, 2011 Leave a comment

In the aftermath of last week’s riots in the United Kingdom, the NYPD has held a “mobilization exercise” to train police to prepare for civil unrest in the United States, while also launching a program designed to spot signs of potential trouble via social networking websites.

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The NYPD Disorder Control Unit brought together police from all five of the city’s boroughs to rehearse what the response would be “should out-of-control riots break out here”.

“Approximately 180 police officers total from each borough’s task force, including the horseback and aviation units, came out for the drill,” reports the Metro.

However, unlike in the United Kingdom where the rioters mainly comprised of teenage kids taking the opportunity to steal iPods and other high-end electrical goods, civil unrest in the United States is far more likely to have a political motivation…………………

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Commentary: U.S. has same tensions that sparked Britain’s riots

August 19, 2011 Leave a comment

As London burned, the U.S. watched with a fearful, reflective gaze.

We’ve been there. Our riots of the 1960s and as recently as the early ’90s, saw far higher death tolls and tallied billions in the calculated damages per city. The emotional costs were equally devastating and in many respects remain salient today.

The mayhem that followed Martin Luther King Jr.’s murder in 1968 reached more than 100 American cities and resulted in 39 deaths. In 1965, the Watts riots claimed 34 lives. Portions of Los Angeles erupted again in 1992 and 53 people died.

A complicated swirl of high unemployment, racial and ethnic stratifications, distrust of and animosity toward police, gang loyalties and outright lawlessness are emerging as underlying factors in the U.K.’s troubles.

The U.S. can’t claim immunity from those elements, not in the past and not today. So a fair question is rising on this side of the ocean:

Could such mayhem occur here?

(Excerpt) Read more at mcclatchydc.com …

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Prison Planet.com � As America’s Economy Collapses, “New Normal” Police State Takes Shape

August 15, 2011 Leave a comment

Prison Planet.com � As America’s Economy Collapses, “New Normal” Police State Takes Shape:

“Forget your rights.

As corporate overlords position themselves to seize what little remains of a tattered social net (adieu Medicare and Medicaid! Social Security? Au revoir!), the Obama administration is moving at break-neck speed to expand police state programs first stood-up by the Bush government.

After all, with world share prices gyrating wildly, employment and wages in a death spiral, and retirement funds and publicly-owned assets swallowed whole by speculators and rentier scum, the state better dust-off contingency plans lest the Greek, Spanish or British “contagion” spread beyond the fabled shores of “old Europe” and infect God-fearin’ folk here in the heimat.

Fear not, they have and the lyrically-titled Civil Disturbances:

Emergency Employment of Army and Other Resources, otherwise known as Army Regulation 500-50, spells out the “responsibilities, policy, and guidance for the Department of the Army in planning and operations involving the use of Army resources in the control of actual or anticipated civil disturbances.” (emphasis added)”

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5 Reasons Why American Riots Will Be the Worst in the World by Silver Shield

August 12, 2011 1 comment

I wrote an article called 5 Places NOT To Be When The Dollar Collapses. In it I wrote that societies that benefited the most from the dollar would be the worst places to be when it fell apart. While the dollar has not even collapsed yet, the strain in these areas is becoming more apparent. England is number 3 on the list has had 4 days of violent riots as people start to lose it. Israel is number 1 on that list has had massive protests. There is revolution in the air all over the world except in the US.

America is still in deep denial which is still the first stage of the Awakening. This denial will be wiped away when the dollar collapses. For now the economy is still functioning with food and fuel available. Americans still have the illusion of wealth and normalcy. They still are stuck in the false left right paradigm and think some other sock puppet will turn things around.

When the dollar collapses, all American illusions will collapse with it. Deep denial will turn into deep anger. The violence I expect in the other 3 areas on the list and all urban areas in the US, will make all other global riots pale in comparison. America is deeply infused with arrogance, denial, narcissism, drugs and violence. There is no other society that I know of that has the degree of intensity and combination of these factors.

“We’re Number 1! We’re Number 1!”

1. Arrogance – All of our lives we have been fed the lie that…………………

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Prison Planet.com » Cameron Suggests “Purple Rain” for Rioters

August 11, 2011 Leave a comment

The British government is frantically throwing out proposals in the wake of three days of rioting in the country following the murder of a man by police.

Cameron Suggests Purple Rain for Rioters uganda pink cfrPolitical demonstrators are sprayed with dye in Uganda.

In addition to shutting down Twitter and BlackBerry messaging during civil disturbances, the government is suggesting rioters be sprayed with dye.

The tactic was used in apartheid South Africa against protesters. In 1989, the government deployed a water cannon to indiscriminately spray dye on anti-apartheid demonstrators who would then be later identified and arrested for the crime of marching on parliament. The incident became known as the “Purple Rain Protest.”

Other governments have used brightly colored dye to mark and arrest people. The tactic has been used in the Indian-administered part of Kashmir, Hungary, Bangladesh, Uganda, South Korea and Indonesia.

“The police should look at all available technologies and keep abreast of all potential developments here and in other countries to make sure they arrest as many people as possible,” said British PM David Cameron when questioned about the tactic.

The technique is designed to identify large numbers of people attending political rallies, not looters and vandals mixed in larger crowds of bystanders and others not engaged in criminal behavior.

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Prison Planet.com » UK Riots: Gov’t Mulls Kill Switch For Twitter & Facebook, Army On Streets

August 11, 2011 Leave a comment

The British government has today suggested that it is working with the intelligence agencies on a way of shutting down at will social media websites including Twitter, claiming that they were used by looters to organise and avoid police during the riots in London and elsewhere in the UK.

“Free flow of information can be used for good. But it can also be used for ill.” Prime Minister David Cameron said during today’s emergency meeting of Parliament.

“Everyone watching these horrific actions will be struck by how they were organised via social media.” Cameron said.

“We are working with the police, the intelligence services and industry to look at whether it would be right to stop people communicating via these websites and services when we know they are plotting violence, disorder and criminality.” The Prime Minister added, without going into detail concerning how a block on such services would be applied.

During later questions to the Prime Minister, he suggested that government was considering whether it was feasible “to give the police the technology to trace people on Twitter or BBM or close it down”.

Cameron also announced that the home secretary will meet with representatives of Facebook, Twitter, and BlackBerry concerning the “responsibility” those companies have in preventing incitements to violence.

Although the notion that social media was used as a tool by rioters has been repeated ad infinitum by the media this week, the evidence to back up the claim is hard to find.

In the absence of such evidence, the government has suggested that misinformation and untruths spread on Twitter also constituted cause to consider a kill switch option.

Police have suggested that BlackBerry’s closed network Messenger service was used heavily by looters, with sources within the company having already revealed that Blackberry is “engaged with the authorities to assist in any way we can”.

Government eavesdroppers at the super secret Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) are reportedly working to provide police with information on the suspected rioters gleaned from messages they sent over the network.

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The Destruction of a Nation: Looming American Tragedy

August 11, 2011 1 comment

The Destruction of a Nation: Looming American Tragedy

Right Side News ^ | 8/10/2011 | Toby Westerman

Posted on Thursday, August 11, 2011 10:32:38 AM by IbJensen

As we witness riots in the U.K. and the preparation of riots in the U.S. as the economic collapse continues, we witness the systematic destruction of the greatest country on earth.

The politicians Americans have put in power have turned on the electorate and are destroying the economic and moral fabric of the great American experiment. Led by an obstinate and desperate President and a socialist Senate, the United States is heading off a cliff. Unless the American citizen puts a stop to it, their children are doomed to the shackles of a nanny state, food riots, race riots and the downward spiral into a communist state where Bibles are banned and no more prayers are uttered.

LOOMING AMERICAN TRAGEDY

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London Riots: What Nobody Dares To Say by Gary North

August 11, 2011 Leave a comment

The Watts riot began the following August when a policeman arrested a drunk driver. The man’s brother wanted to drive the car home. That was a reasonable request. The policeman had the car impounded – a dumb move, but not life-threatening. A crowd formed around him and the arrested man. One thing led to another, which is to say, nobody really remembered the exact sequence of events after the riot ended. But this is clear: the riot began the next night, after a public hearing that afternoon. The arrested man’s mother called for peace. This did no good. The rioting lasted for five days. Over 1,000 buildings were burned, some to the ground. This was inside the ghetto. The rioters looted and burned their own race’s residents. The phrase “burn, baby, burn” came out of that event.

What made it unique in the history of riots was that a local TV station, KTLA, had a traffic helicopter. It was the only one in the city. The station broadcast the riot, 24×7. The whole region watched. People watched nothing else. It was spellbinding. We watched from on high as groups of people went into stores and then carried out TV sets and other goods. The telephoto lens showed it all.

[The station had been purchased a year earlier by cowboy B-movie actor Gene Autry. The riots made KTLA the dominant non-network TV station in the region. He became fabulously wealthy as a result. He was merely a multimillionaire before. On August 11, 2010, 45 years to the day after the first incident launching the riot began, on his 87th birthday, the principal narrator of the riot, KTLA's Stan Chambers, announced his retirement. He was at the time the longest-employed broadcaster in television anywhere on earth. He began in 1947. I wrote an article about him in 2005.]

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Prison Planet.com » ‘We are the Enfield Army’: Video of locals chasing rioters in London

August 10, 2011 1 comment

A group of anti-rioters marched through Enfield, in north London, aiming to deter looters. “We are the Enfield anti-rioting squad,” said one local resident. “You want to riot our place, we will riot you mate. This is our area not your area.” Another Enfield resident said his fellow vigilantes were the “people that are London, not the small minority that are going around smashing up stuff, that have got nothing to wake up for in the morning.”

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These riots reflect a society run on greed and looting

August 10, 2011 Leave a comment

It is essential for those in power in Britain that the riots now sweeping the country can have no cause beyond feral wickedness. This is nothing but “criminality, pure and simple”, David Cameron declared after cutting short his holiday in Tuscany. The London mayor and fellow former Bullingdon Club member Boris Johnson, heckled by hostile Londoners in Clapham Junction, warned that rioters must stop hearing “economic and sociological justifications” (though who was offering them he never explained) for what they were doing.

When his predecessor Ken Livingstone linked the riots to the impact of public spending cuts, it was almost as if he’d torched a building himself. The Daily Mail thundered that blaming cuts was “immoral and cynical”, echoed by a string of armchair riot control enthusiasts. There was nothing to explain, they’ve insisted, and the only response should be plastic bullets, water cannon and troops on the streets.

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Militants urge British rioters to topple system

August 10, 2011 Leave a comment

Militant online forums are abuzz with calls to Muslims in Britain to launch Internet campaigns in support of the British rioters and to urge them to topple the government.

Dozens of contributors on Wednesday suggested Muslims in Britain should flood social media websites, such as Facebook and Twitter, with slogans and writings inciting the British youth to continue rioting.

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London Riots: ‘We Can’t Cope’, Police Admit

August 10, 2011 Leave a comment

Shortly after 9pm on Monday, as daylight bled from the sky, the police finally lost control of London.

A gang of boys and girls, most no older than 15, and some apparently as young as eight, broke into a row of shops in Bethnal Green, in the East End. As they left carrying piles of clothes, a police car drove past. It did not stop.

Forty minutes after the first 999 calls were made, two police vans arrived at the scene, already too late.

On a night of untold destruction that left businesses and homes across the city in flames, it counted as a small incident. But the detail said so much about how life in Britain’s capital city had changed over the course of the past four days. As rioters looted and burned their way through London’s shopping centres and high streets for a third successive night, Scotland Yard’s 6,000 street officers were hopelessly outmanoeuvred. In many cases, they were simply outnumbered.

When they eventually arrived at riot scenes in force, such as during Monday night’s first clashes in Hackney, the police were forced to retreat as youths bombarded them with bottles and stones and set cars ablaze. Not even the deployment of armoured vehicles to protect neighbourhoods such as Clapham in the south and Ealing to the west could prevent the destruction from spreading.

The victims — London’s hard-working shopkeepers, commuters and families, proud of their homes and their well-kept streets — began to lose faith in the law.

Returning early from his Tuscan holiday, the Prime Minister appeared to reflect the growing anger of many in the capital as he called for “more robust” action against the rioters. He promised 16,000 officers would be on the streets to maintain order last night, an unprecedented number that represented…………

(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk …

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UK Riots: Government Prepares Troops, Martial Law ~ Eyewitnesses: Police stood back and allowed rioters to loot private businesses…

August 9, 2011 Leave a comment

UK Riots: Government Prepares Troops, Martial Law ~ Eyewitnesses: Police stood back and allowed rioters to loot private businesses

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London Riots: Croydon Residents Leap From Burning Buildings As Capital Burns

August 9, 2011 2 comments

London Riots: Croydon Residents Leap From Burning Buildings As Capital Burns People were forced to leap from the upstairs windows of a burning building in Croydon last night as rioting spread across London and beyond.

Image 1 of 3 A woman can be seen jumping from a burning building in Croydon Photo: WENN By Murray Wardrop 08 Aug 2011

On the third consecutive night of violence and looting, hordes of balaclava-clad yobs stormed shops, setting fire to businesses indiscriminately.

As police fought running battles with mobs of rioters – many of them teenagers – detectives were also called to investigate a shooting incident. A Metropolitan Police source said the incident was believed to be “non-fatal”.

Among the casualties of the arson attacks was a furniture store that has stood for nearly 150 years in the south London borough.

Reeves, a family run business established in 1867, was engulfed in flames sending smoke billowing across the London skyline. As the blaze raged out of control, the store’s owner Trevor Reeves said: “It’s just completely destroyed. Words fail me. It’s just gone, it’s five generations. My father is distraught. It’s just mindless thuggery.”

His brother Graham added: “Our lives are destroyed, it will probably be someone else next week. It’s horrendous.”

Elsewhere, residents trapped in flats above a burning pharmacist’s shop were forced to jump to safety from a first storey window.

Silhouetted against the inferno behind her, a young woman was captured hurling herself into the arms of firefighters waiting to catch her below.

The scenes of smashed shop windows and hordes of protesters pilfering goods stood in stark contrast to the defensive plans the police and local authority had laid out earlier in the day.

(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk …

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These riots were about race. Why ignore the fact?

August 8, 2011 1 comment

What colour is Mark Duggan? Mark Duggan is the man who was shot dead by the police on Thursday in Tottenham. The Tottenham riots last night were sparked when people protested his death. This morning, I first heard of the riots on the radio, then on the television. I read articles on the internet. But oddly, no one would say what colour Mark Duggan was. No one would say the unsayable, that the rioters were, I suspect on the whole, black. Then, finally, Toby Young’s Telegraph blog post on the riots was published. Is Toby Young the only journalist out there who will dare say that these riots are about race?

Still, one paper did carry a photo of Mr Duggan. When I saw the photo, it confirmed what I knew instinctively: black youths once again have set London alight.

Some of the black kids I used to teach will tell you that the riots are absolutely justified. A number of adults would agree with them. Everywhere I read that the protest was understandable because “people are very angry”.

I’d like to know what they’re angry about. Mark Duggan is dead. He was shot by the police in a shootout. Duggan was in a minicab and shots were fired from both the cab and the police elsewhere. A police officer was hurt in the incident and a bullet was found lodged in a police radio. Either Duggan was shooting at the police or the driver of the minicab was. Either Duggan was in the wrong place at the wrong time and his death is a terrible tragedy – he was caught in the crossfire – or he shot at the police and the police defended themselves. Whatever the explanation, the police did not kill this man in cold blood.

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Would the US Military Stand Down and ‘Empower a Revolution’ If Faced With Riots and Civil Unrest? by Mac Slavo (via ~ BLOGGER.GUNNY.G.1984 ~ (BLOG & EMAIL))

June 7, 2011 Leave a comment

Reasons provided by the US and coalition forces for the incursion into Libya is that the West is protecting innocent people from slaughter – a storyline that only sheep of state sponsored television could believe considering that the government of Bahrain allowed hundreds of Saudi troops to help quell the rebellion that threatened their monarchy. Government sponsored police forces are authorized to eliminate anyone who threatens the government, i … Read More

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Would the US Military Stand Down and ‘Empower a Revolution’ If Faced With Riots and Civil Unrest? by Mac Slavo

March 28, 2011 8 comments

Reasons provided by the US and coalition forces for the incursion into Libya is that the West is protecting innocent people from slaughter – a storyline that only sheep of state sponsored television could believe considering that the government of Bahrain allowed hundreds of Saudi troops to help quell the rebellion that threatened their monarchy. Government sponsored police forces are authorized to eliminate anyone who threatens the government, including unarmed protesters, many of who were shot in drive by executions:

The US and Western coalitions pick and choose which innocent civilians are worthy of saving, and many have suggested that this is due to one specific reason. If you haven’t guessed, it’s closely related to the oil and gas reserves in the region, but according to Conn Hallinan, it’s a much broader strategy that boils down to regional energy control. The Saudis, being close allies of the US (for today, at least) have a pass to cleanse protesters who would threaten stability. Libya, of course, is lead by a dictator, thus he has to go – just like the Syrian leadership.

Among the many inconsistencies with what’s playing out in the middle east is the question of what our President and Secretary of Defense would ask our own military to do if political protests, riots and violence erupted here in the US. Both seem to suggest that the leaders of these middle eastern countries, as well as their law enforcement and military apparatuses, should stand aside. Would the President of the United States, if faced with riots, molotov cocktails, and gun fire outside of the Capitol building or White House allow the military to “empower a revolution driven by unmet political and economic grievances” of the people?

Estimates suggest that Mubarak resigned amid as many as 2 million protesters in the streets. This is about 3% of Egypt’s population.

If the United States saw similar turnouts at Federal and State government buildings, would our leadership resign without a fight as well? Are we to believe that the same logic being used to compel dictators in the middle east to step down would be applied domestically if the people, in a public show of protest, deemed our government to be tyrannical and it’s leaders dictators? Moreover, does this mean that any such civil disobedience, riots, and gunfire would be ignored by military and law enforcement, who would be ordered to, as Mr. Gates suggested to Syria, stand on the sidelines?

We’d like to believe it is that easy, except we live in a little place we like to call reality.

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10 Things That The Egypt Riots Can Teach Us About What Happens When Society Breaks Down

January 31, 2011 Leave a comment

The American DreamJan 31, 2011The rioting in Egypt is perhaps the biggest single news story so far in 2011. The pace at which Egyptian society has been transformed over the past week has been absolutely breathtaking. A few months ago, nobody would have ever dreamed that there would be huge riots in the streets of major Egyptian cities calling for the resignation of Hosni Mubarak. But it has happened, and now Egypt will never be the same again. So what does the future hold for Egypt? Well, many are hopeful that this revolution will bring about a better government in Egypt and a better way of life for average Egyptians. Personally, I am not nearly so optimistic. In fact, I believe that there is a great danger that an even more repressive government could take the place of the current regime. But in any event, there are important lessons that the Egypt riots can teach all of us about what happens when society breaks down. Societal collapse is often a very messy, very violent affair. Someday if the global economy completely implodes, we may see economic riots erupt all over the world including inside the United States and we all need to get prepared for that…

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