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A counterterrorism expert on Laura Ingraham’s show last Wednesday night encouraged viewers to do online searches of these 2 movements from the 60’s since today's groups have similarities of ideology… there goes history rhyming again… The Weather underground and their Prairie Fire statement The Black Panthers 10 point plan…
Toggle Commented Jun 9, 2020 on Waves of public hysteria at Sic Semper Tyrannis
This is a fascinating video about the tactics and strategies of Antifa. Well worth the 21 minutes! FYI, Tim Pool is a center left youtuber who has been a journalist for over 10 years. He covered the occupy protests and has followed antifa and observed how they have matured over the past 10 years. He has known antifa members. He has experience covering riots and also in war zones. He sometimes points out the stupidity of today's journalists regarding their ignorance of how to protect themselves in dangerous situations such as these riots/protests. He and his colleagues back in the day got safety training to prepare them for dangerous reporting situations which taught them situational awareness. Yes, Antifa Has HIJACKED The Floyd Protests, But These Protesters Are REVELING In The Destruction (~21 min) In the video Tim explains why he thinks anarchists are not involved. It's his only criticism of Jonathan Turley's piece at The Hill today, which he refers to initially. Antifa and anarchists have hijacked Floyd protests but left won't admit it btw, Turley is a liberal... of the old school variety.
Matt Christiansen has a great video today contextualizing "white privilege." Rush Limbaugh and the Breakfast Club discuss (Charlemagne the God, who is now infamous for his Joe Biden interview). Rush very reasonably asks what white people can do to improve things... no surprise really that he gets a far lefty lingo non-answer. Rush Limbaugh v the Breakfast Club - the Phantom of White Privilege (~13 min) Another bit of contextualization here, which is mentioned in the video... the story of Tony Timpa from 2017. White Man Can’t Breathe "...about a man named Tony Timpa who cried for help more than 30 times as Dallas police officers pinned his neck to the ground. Before he died, Timpa shouted repeatedly, “You’re gonna kill me!”
Pancreatic cancer is rough. Since the average life expectancy is 4-8 months unless you are lucky enough to catch it early, have good genes, or a fabulous doctor... that he lived 3 years with it is amazing. One of my classmates from high school died from pancreatic cancer over 3 years ago, about 6 months after her diagnosis. She was 59. I always enjoyed Richard's contributions. An old school gentleman of a bygone era of journalism. So sorry to hear about his passing, and my condolences on the loss of a dear friend.
Tim Pool did a great video on this topic earlier today. Btw, Tim is a self described liberal and left leaning, but who is very unhappy with the current trajectory of the left, the lefty media and Democrats in general and many of his videos/podcasts express this frustration. Ahmaud Arbery WAS NOT Murdered In Cold Blood, The Leftist Narrative Is Manipulation, Video Exists (~23 min)
Eakens, thanks for the link to the Plandemic video! I was chatting with my sister today and she recommended it as well. BTW, my sister is a nurse in NJ in a hospital about 60 mi south of NYC near the shore. Several wards in her hospital were converted to ICUs to handle the influx of covid patients, so I have been asking her what meds they are given. As of a few weeks ago Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) was the standard treatment, along with azithromycin and zinc which is the most common protocol. Most patients are getting this and to quote her directly: "It's standard treatment and saving lives daily." She is perplexed by the politicization. While she is a conservative, the great majority of her coworkers are not. The other two standard treatments added more recently to their covid protocols are tocizulamab (IL-6) and plasma with antibodies. Here is a recent article on the tocizulamb, which I had never heard of before my sister mentioned it.
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