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Newly Formed Organization Seeks to Help American Citizens Hold Their Governments Accountable for Riots and Other Endangerments
After the May 25th death of police brutality victim George Floyd, Minneapolis, Minnesota, the United States of America and The World erupted into spontaneous protests that unfortunately went far beyond our control and the original purpose for which they were intended. Instead of quitely and constructively honoring the memory of Mr. Floyd and others who suffered his fate, the said demonstrations became wild, raging free-for-alls in which every law on our books was violated.
Our cities were and are filled on a daily basis with new incidents of vandalism, looting, arson, shootings and other marks of mayhem. The police find themselves almost powerless in stemming the tide of ever-increasing crime; and unfortunately still face the threat of being defunded or deactivated altogether.
There was a time (all of our modern history before just now) in which the National Guard would have automatically been called out to tactfully assist in restoring the rightful balance of power. It was done in Ferguson and countless towns everywhere for decades on end. Why has a standard and effective protocol for riot containment suddenly been abandoned? Political Correctness and in particular "Social Justice".
What is most unjust is that the American people have to continue to languish in a hell of unrest when they could be at peace. This fiasco, in addition to COVID-19 and its deadly effects on our bodies and our economy, is simply too much to bear.
That's precisely why M.A.S.A. was formed. Make America Safe Again is an interim, conservative grass-roots movement which calls citizens to respond, through legal and social action, to restore law and order and general civility to American society.
The founder of the organization is Black and unashamed to say that Black Lives Matter along with Antifa have done this country great harm.
These articles detail how badly things have gone:
Please consider taking efforts to bring America back on track. Visit m-a-s-a.org for more details.
The Never-Ending Virus-Go-Round... New Strain from China Might Rival COVID-19
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's chief immunologist, is acutely aware of a recent introduction to the group of Superbugs having originated in China. Its characteristics are like those of the 2009 Swine Flu, or H1N1 as it is alternately called, and the 1918 Pandemic Flu. Its swine-esque profile component is due to prevalence in the country's pigs. Though it poses no current threat to humans it displays "reassortment capabilities".
Apparently, if allowed to mutate to a more advanced form, then "G4 EA H1N1" will have the same potential as its predecessors to become an epidemic or pandemic.
H1N1 came forth through Mexico in April of 2009. It infected more than 60 Million in the U.S. and 700 Million worldwide. By an estimate, 151,700 to 575,400 people died.
The 1918 occurance killed between 30 to 50 Million according to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control). Its death toll claimed approximately 10 Million people over the count of those who died in World War I at 20 Million.
This news comes as the Coronavirus continues to spread increasingly in states such as Texas, Arizona and Florida.Thus far 10.4 Million people around the world were infected and more than 500,000 were killed.
Many U.S. jurisdictions are reinstating Stay at Home Orders and it's unclear as to when life in the nation will return to normal.
Photo Taken from Reuters News Service
Black Lives Matter Activists Call for Increased Violence (If Necessary)
All over the country heated protests turned into full-scale riots with record numbers of incidents of destruction to property and people. Many political pundits have tried to downplay the frequency with which they occurred and their severity. A particular city mayor, Jenny Durkin, said that the outbreak was “more like a block party atmosphere” than an “armed takeover.” However, there are too many victims of violence left behind to testify to the atrocities.
The most well-publicized situation, which no doubt left them Sleepless in Seattle, involved the assault of merchants in the business district there. According to Daily Caller reporters on the scene at the time, some among those protesters who set up the six block "Cop-Free Zone", CHAZ or CHOP (which stand for Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone or Capitol Hill Occupied Protest) went well beyond anyone's expectations.
A false report was spread that one of their members was being held at gunpoint in a location just outside the assumed area. The place was an auto shop called "Car Tender". The occupiers tore down the fence surrounding its lot and pushed past those who were guarding the storefront.They broke through the doors to confront the people inside despite the owners' insistant denials of the rumored cause. Then one of the angry hoard set fire to the building.
The garage's proprietor is quoted as saying:
“I can’t even get the police to show up, I can’t get the fire department to show up. I mean, I had to put the fire out myself. The fire department’s one block away. And this kind of mob stuff, that doesn’t work. I’m not doing that stuff. I caught somebody in my building with my property, so I detained him, hoping the police would show up, but they didn’t show up."
"So I detain him, trying to get him to let us frisk him to see what he had of our property still, and he wouldn’t let us frisk him. So, you’ve got all these people out here saying that we had him at gunpoint. We didn’t have him at gunpoint, there’s an attorney that was here that we let in here to make sure he was safe. That he wasn’t being hurt. And this is what I get.”
The man closed with the lament that his heart is broken for every person in America.
Another Capitol Hill resident, who would only be named as Brandon, stated:
“I’m scared. I’ve been scared every day since Sunday, and I haven’t gotten a lot of sleep. For the first time in my life in Capitol Hill, I hear gunshots every single night. I’ve heard people screaming every single night outside. And they’re not protest screams … I’ve also heard screams of terror out there, and I don’t know what’s happening out there.”
Brandon anticipated and received threats of personal harm for speaking out.
And there were numerous attacks on both professional and amatuer journalists for merely attempting to record video footage. Kalen D’Almeida, the co-founder of Scribber, said he was punched in the back of the head. He narrowly escaped with help from one conscientious CHAZ member. The assault was apparently ordered by the movement's self-appointed leader, Raz Simone, a rapper and self-described "warlord".
An independent pro-life activist used his phone to catch a clip of marchers as he walked along side. In response, the captain of the group abruptly turned to his followers and shouted, "Who doesn't matter?! This mother-f**ker!" The question turned into the crowd's chant. Then a few of the males surrounded the videographer and the lead CHOPer manhandled the victim while tugging at his pants with the taunt, "Do you want me to pull down your panties?" Afterward the observer was shoved further into the street.
The most serious occurances were shootings. Two people were shot in the encampment on the Saturday before the last, with one passing away at the site. Certain protesters blocked the police's access to that and / or the companion victim. Two additional shootings and a stabbing were reported in later days.
The aforementioned followed the CHAZers seizure of the East Precinct of Seattle's police department; which is located at the head of the autonomous region. They overtook the building entirely, ousted the officers there and are alleged to have stolen equipment which presumedly included weapons. Police have yet to find their way back to headquarters as negotiations are still being made. Black Lives Matters and other social justice representatives (who at one point seemed to include members of the terrorist organization, Antifa) demand that the station be turned into a community center - in keeping with their attempt to defund the police.
During an interview at the height of the chaos Mayor Durkin was angrily answered by CNN journalist Chris Cuomo with, "The counter will be, block parties don’t take over a municipal building let alone a police station and destroy it, basically thumbing their nose at any sense of civic control. Do you believe that you have control of your city and that you would be able to clear those streets? Because you haven’t.”
Though the area of concern is still a great nuisance; the rebellion has died down as the city's famous rain, marcher fatigue and boredom set in. There are still a few hold-outs, but the majority were successfully encouraged by the mayor to either expand their activities to outlying areas or go home. That came after desperate pleas from Capitol Hill's property and business owners for a resumption of normal life - and - the launch of a pending law suit.
Meanwhile the statement was made by Hank Newsome, Black Lives Matter Chairmain, that, "if this country doesn't give us what we want, then we will burn down this system and replace it."
Fox's Martha MacCallum, his interviewer, confronted him by quoting that he wanted to “shove legislation down people’s throats,” and then asked him, “What exactly is it that you hope to achieve through violence?”
He returned with this:
"... But the moment people start destroying property, now cops can be fired automatically. What is this country rewarding? What behavior is it listening to? Obviously not marching, but when people get aggressive and they escalate their protests, cops get fired. Now, you have police officers and Republican politicians talking about police reform. I don’t condone nor do I condemn rioting, but I’m just telling what I observed.”
And at the end of the session he added, “I just want black liberation and black sovereignty by any means necessary."
WARNING: The Following Video of an Incident at a CHAZ / CHOP Demonstration Contains Foul Language and Other Potentially Distrubing Content.
P.S.: There are more recent developments of Black Lives Matters protest-related violence. A couple from St. Louis, MO was admonished by some when they displayed arms to a group of protestors who surrounded them after crashing the gates to their home. Also, a photographer who was a key supporter of the BLM movement was shot to death during a demonstration in Louisville, KY by a protestor, an individual suffering from bi-polar disorder.
Photo Taken from the UK's The Telegraph Newspaper
Other News United States Of America
Falling cat saved at a football game
The most notable catch Saturday during the game between No. 22 Miami and Appalachian State didn't even happen on the field.
Wasn't even a football. It was a cat.
The cat somehow got into Hard Rock Stadium then got caught by one of its paws off the facade of the upper deck. It eventually fell to the lower level of the stadium, where fans using an American flag as a makeshift net were able to safely catch it before it was carried off to safety.
"They were trying to grab it from above, and they couldn't reach it but they were scaring it downward," said Craig Cromer, a facilities manager at the University of Miami and season-ticket holder who, with his wife Kimberly, brings the flag to each home game. "It hung there for a little while with its two front paws, then one paw, then I was like, 'Oh my goodness, it's coming soon.'"
That's when the Cromers unhooked the flag from the ties they use to keep it on a railing and hoped for the best. The petrified cat fell, bounced a bit off the flag and eventually was secured in the nearby student section before being brought away by stadium security workers.
Miami coach Manny Diaz said he learned of the cat incident postgame. The Hurricanes held on Saturday, topping Appalachian State 25-23.
"I don't know anything about that or what was going on,'' Diaz said. "But I'll tell you, if the cat will help us in our red-zone offense, I'm going to see if we can give it a scholarship."
The cat was not showing any signs of injury. The Cromers, other than a spilled beverage and getting sprayed by the dangling cat, were otherwise fine.
"Strangest thing that's ever happened at a game," Kimberly Cromer said
On Tuesday, September 14, Apple will hold a large fall presentation of "California Streaming". The tech giant is expected to show the world the iPhone 13, Apple Watch 7, AirPods 3 and.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck debuted on the red carpet for the first time since reunion
Lopez looked stunning in an elegant white Georges Hobeika Couture dress with a slit to the thigh and a deep neckline adorned with precious stones. She complemented the image with a stylish clutch and silver jewelry.
Affleck looked stylish in a classic tuxedo over a white shirt.