America Dealing With Insurrection, Not Media-Described Unrest

America Dealing With Insurrection, Not Media-Described Unrest

By Judi McLeodJune 2, 2020

June 2, 2020: Americans woke up this morning following the seventh consecutive night of looting, rioting; injured citizens and injured police officers trying to protect the wanton destruction of small businesses, including some of those operated by minorities—all media-described as “unrest”.

But it is not “unrest” that Americans are waking up to this morning but galvanized “insurrection”—an organized and orchestrated insurrection at that.

Dangerous, Deadly Full-Out Anarchy

What innocent masses have been subjected to during the past three months alone is as shocking as it it outrageous: millions still in government-imposed Lockdown even as the Coronavirus is on the wane; millions of healthy people restricted to home isolation; millions of people daily losing the jobs they need to support their families.

Barely hanging on in a teetering economy brought on by the pandemic, small business owners watch helplessly as their businesses are burned to the ground by what the media calls ‘peaceful’ protests.

Anarchists on the rampage are not protesting for George Floyd Justice.  They hijacked the George Lloyd protests, turning them into dangerous, deadly full-out anarchy.

“Unrest” is a passive term, “insurrection”  from anarchy, that destroys human lives far more deadly.

It’s been getting worse each night out on the streets of major American cities, with seemingly no end in sight.

“A video emerged Monday night that showed an SUV plowing through a line of officers responding to a protest in Buffalo, N.Y., hitting two law enforcement officers and speeding away. The officers were listed in serious condition and the suspected driver was apprehended.” (Fox News, June 2, 2020)

Media Headlines

This morning’s headlines should spark citizen alarm:

  • ‘4 City Police Hit With Gunfire as George Floyd Protest Turns Violent, Shooting Ongoing’ (Fox News)

It wasn’t just last night that the George Floyd protests “turned” violent.  They’ve been violent since Day 1, Memorial Day, 2020.

  • ‘George Floyd Unrest: Cities Face New Looting Amid Stronger National Guard Response, Curfews.’ (Fox News)
  • George Floyd protests: Rioters target police across US; 4 shot in St. Louis, 1 in Vegas, Bronx hit-and-run caught on video (Fox News)

Is the message here that the National Guard is not up to the task of restoring public peace to America?

Reports of small business owners having their businesses ransacked and set ablaze are heart rending.

Insurance policies and Go-Fund Me efforts don’t cover having to start all over again.

Then there’s a mainstream media description that defies belief: “…Protests across the U.S. were sparked after the death of Floyd in Minneapolis police custody.  There were reports on Monday night that police became the target of some anarchists.” (Fox News)

“Some” anarchists?

In intent, all anarchists are the same!

Nor did police become the target of “some” anarchists over night, they have been the target of anarchists for the better part of the last decade.

In the last four years 165 police officers have been shot and killed in the line of duty. (Officer Down Memorial Page)

Hardline evidence that the violence-prone ‘protests’ are being patently orchestrated and organized is easy to see.

State authorities report that the protesters rioting and looting are coming in to their states from other states; thousands of protesters are on the march in Britain, in Canada, and in other far-flung countries.

Activist coordination at work!

Time to look at the leadership behind the looters and rioters passed off in media-described ‘peaceful’ protests.


Obama’s Army

It is Obama’s Army—the one he called for—“a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded as the military” that is currently out on the streets burning down America. (Canada Free Press, October 15, 2011)

In a “essay”, Obama wrote about ‘How to Make This Moment the Turning Point for Real Change’—in effect, a 2020 reboot of his 2008 ‘Hope & Change’  campaign slogan.

“…I’ve heard some suggest that the recurrent problem of racial bias in our criminal justice system proves that only protests and direct action can bring about change, and that voting and participation in electoral politics is a waste of time. I couldn’t disagree more. The point of protest is to raise public awareness, to put a spotlight on injustice, and to make the powers that be uncomfortable” (Emphasis, CFP’s) in fact, throughout American history, it’s often only been in response to protests and civil disobedience that the political system has even paid attention to marginalized communities.”

Obama, is the “powers that be”.

“As millions of people across the country take to the streets and raise their voices in response to the killing of George Floyd and the ongoing problem of unequal justice, many people have reached out asking how we can sustain momentum to bring about real change.

“Ultimately, it’s going to be up to a new generation of activists to shape strategies that best fit the times. But I believe there are some basic lessons to draw from past efforts that are worth remembering.

“First, the waves of protests across the country represent a genuine and legitimate frustration over a decades-long failure to reform police practices and the broader criminal justice system in the United States.

“The overwhelming majority of participants have been peaceful, courageous, responsible, and inspiring. They deserve our respect and support, not condemnation — something that police in cities like Camden and Flint have commendably understood.

“But the elected officials who matter most in reforming police departments and the criminal justice system work at the state and local levels.

“It’s mayors and county executives that appoint most police chiefs and negotiate collective bargaining agreements with police unions. It’s district attorneys and state’s attorneys that decide whether or not to investigate and ultimately charge those involved in police misconduct. Those are all elected positions. In some places, police review boards with the power to monitor police conduct are elected as well. Unfortunately, voter turnout in these local races is usually pitifully low, especially among young people — which makes no sense given the direct impact these offices have on social justice issues, not to mention the fact that who wins and who loses those seats is often determined by just a few thousand, or even a few hundred, votes.

“So the bottom line is this: if we want to bring about real change, then the choice isn’t between protest and politics. We have to do both. We have to mobilize to raise awareness, and we have to organize and cast our ballots to make sure that we elect candidates who will act on reform.

“Finally, the more specific we can make demands for criminal justice and police reform, the harder it will be for elected officials to just offer lip service to the cause and then fall back into business as usual once protests have gone away.”

“With all eyes focused on the Lockdowns and street riots, arson and looting,  Obama and his minions, including his wife, Michelle work to rig Election 2020 with a first time ever national mail-in- vote.”

It’s all to rid America of a pro-America President Donald Trump.

The visceral hatred of the “Resistance” toward the president has shifted to the hatred of the 63 million who voted for America’s 45th, and the hatred won’t stop until they get their way.

Meanwhile, the 2020 Trump campaign slogan should be: ‘Make America SAFE Again’

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