George Floyd Died of an Overdose, not Cops By Chris Knight

     Remember George Floyd? He was the Black martyr who cops decided to execute, just like antifa are executing Trump supporters, and Blacks have been killed by  whites, because of race. No, not really. Floyd died of a drug overdose. But, that does not matter because the antifa terrorists wanted any excuse to kill, crush and destroy.

“Defense Attorney Eric J. Nelson — lawyer for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin — said the late George Floyd was the victim of a careless overdose rather than police homicide. Authorities charged Chauvin with murder in connection with Floyd's May death, which stemmed from an altercation purportedly involving counterfeit money. In light of the allegations, Nelson is requesting a judge to drop all charges against Chauvin, who has pleaded not guilty. An attorney for one of the other officers involved in Floyd's death also says bodycam footage shows the moment Floyd reportedly ingested a lethal amount of drugs. What are the details? According to a Monday report from ABC News, Nelson filed the motion in Hennepin County, Minnesota, District Court on Friday, alleging that the prosecution has not shown probable cause in charging Chauvin with second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder, and second-degree manslaughter. In the motion, Chauvin's attorney insists the former police officer carried out Floyd's detainment by the book — including the use of a "Maximal Restraint Technique." Nelson said Chauvin believed the technique was necessary, out of concern that Floyd could harm himself or Chauvin and his fellow officers during the detainment. Nelson has said that Chauvin and other responding officers were trying to help Floyd — who was clearly acting erratically during the detainment — out of concern for the man and the possibility that he might fall and strike his head, be hit by an oncoming vehicle in the road, and more. Nelson insisted that the Minneapolis Police Department has approved training materials on such use of force, which shows an officer placing a knee on a subject's neck in order to subdue him. The motion also noted that the autopsy on Floyd concluded that there was both fentanyl and methamphetamine in the late suspect's system — otherwise known as a "speedball."

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Calling a Riot, a “Riot” is Racist! (Can We Call it a “Rot”?) By Chris Knight

     Yep, it had to happen; calling a riot a “riot” is now said to the racist by the chattering class, so you know a nerve is being probed.

“NPR published an article claiming that calling a riot a “riot” is offensive because it’s “rooted in racism.” Yes, really. The article was written by Jonathan Levinson for Oregon Public Broadcasting, the Portland NPR affiliate. Portland has experienced 93 days of continuous rioting – last night was the first time in that entire period that the city has not seen unrest – but according to Levinson, merely calling a spade a spade is a racist dog whistle. Levinson’s argument for this position is vague to the point of being non-existent. He appears upset that police are able to declare a riot and use crowd control measures to disperse violent BLM mobs. His only point appears to be that because crowd control measures were also used in the 60s during the civil rights era, this means that using them today is racist, despite the fact that the clear majority of BLM protesters in Portland are white. The media now seems to be taking three different approaches to the riots. Claim that they are largely “peaceful,” as both CNN and CBS News did this week. Claim that the riots aren’t even happening at all or are minimal, as CNN political analyst Kirsten Powers did. Or as NPR has done, simply declare that anyone who dares use the words “riot” to describe the mayhem that has plagued American cities for the past 3 months is a despicable racist. Unfortunately for Democrats, the polls suggest that all three of these methods aren’t working because the unrest is turning voters away from Joe Biden in droves.”

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Isn’t Arson Illegal? By Chris Knight

     Murdering white people, especially Trump supporters is standard in Democrat Leftist hellholes. But, these creatures were once thought to have liked property, their property. But now, burning everything seems to be the going thing.

“Left-wing rioters set fire to the Portland Police Association (PPA) building on Friday night as the city continues to be rattled by violence from antifa extremists. “The PPA office has been the site of numerous violent protests over the past few months, and protesters have lit the building on fire several times,” the Portland Police Department said in a statement. “It is located in a residential neighborhood and there is concern that any building fire could spread to occupied homes, especially during the current stretch of dry weather.” The department said that when rioters set fires to dumpsters, officers stayed out of sight in an attempt to not escalate the situation. “However, arsonists put some debris, including a large mattress, against the front door of the building, appeared to spray accelerant on it, and lit it on fire,” the department added. “The flames appeared to engulf the front door area of the building and nearly reach the roofline. Due to the extreme life safety concerns, the Incident Commander declared the incident a riot.” Journalist Andy Ngo, who recently testified in front of the U.S. Senate on antifa extremism, identified those involved as being part of antifa.”

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In Defense of Looting? What! By James Reed

     Yes, believe it or not, one Vicky Osterweil has published a book In Defense of Looting (2020). Here is the description of this Leftoid bs:

“Looting--a crowd of people publicly, openly, and directly seizing goods--is one of the more extreme actions that can take place in the midst of social unrest. Even self-identified radicals distance themselves from looters, fearing that violent tactics reflect badly on the broader movement. But Vicky Osterweil argues that stealing goods and destroying property are direct, pragmatic strategies of wealth redistribution and improving life for the working class--not to mention the brazen messages these methods send to the police and the state. All our beliefs about the innate righteousness of property and ownership, Osterweil explains, are built on the history of anti-Black, anti-Indigenous oppression. From slave revolts to labor strikes to the modern-day movements for climate change, Black lives, and police abolition, Osterweil makes a convincing case for rioting and looting as weapons that bludgeon the status quo while uplifting the poor and marginalized. In Defense of Looting is a history of violent protest sparking social change, a compelling reframing of revolutionary activism, and a practical vision for a dramatically restructured society.” 

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The Kenosha Kid, Kyle By John Steele

     As was seen by the James Field case, without an adequate legal defence, the nationalist guy will always go down. Fortunately, it seems that Kyle Rittenhouse is going to be given such a legal defence by the same lawyer who helped the kid who stared down the hostile American Indian, Nick Sandmann. A 17-year old kid faced an antifa mob, of violent criminals, and he responded like a military professional, doing nothing strategically wrong. He could have emptied a 30-round magazine into the mob, but only shot those trying to kill him, including one punk with a drawn pistol. Many are saying that a 17-yerar old should not be there protecting businesses, but why not, since most older men are totally lacking in T and are not there? If everyone stays home, then we are all in the position we are now, with the “good” men doing nothing.

     What about the “heroes” that Kyle shot? Who are they?

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Satanic Animal Rituals? Is There a Hidden Meaning There? By Richard Miller

     The killing of animals all over Europe with the draining of blood? Sounds like a rise of Satanism to me, something the liberal elites do on cold dark nights when they think no-one is watching, the next level up, or down, from Eyes Wide Shut (1999).

“Armed with knives, some knowledge of their prey and a large dose of cruelty, attackers are going after horses and ponies in pastures across France in what may be ritual mutilations. Police are stymied by the macabre attacks that include slashings and worse. Most often, an ear – usually the right one – has been cut off, recalling the matador’s trophy in a bullring. Up to 30 attacks have been reported in France, from the mountainous Jura region in the east to the Atlantic coast, many this summer, the agriculture minister said Friday. One attack was registered in February, according to the newsmagazine Le Point. With each attack, the mystery only seems to grow. “We are excluding nothing,” Agriculture Minister Julien Denormandie said Friday on France-Info, before heading to a riding club in the Saone-et-Loire region, in east-central France, where a horse was attacked a day earlier. “Ears are cut off, eyes removed, an animal is emptied of its blood,” he said, spelling out the morbid fates befalling one of France’s most beloved animals.”

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Rioting Over a Criminal … and Why Not? By Chris Knight

     Talk about the revolt of the underman! Revolting over a criminal makes as much sense as anything, since the rioting is even more over-the-top than the initial offending act, so if you are going to riot and break what remains of the law, doing it over a criminal makes symbolic sense.

“The complaint used by cops to handcuff Jacob Blake to his hospital bed since they shot and paralyzed him last weekend has been obtained by, and shows he was wanted for a Class G felony and two misdemeanors. The 29-year-old was accused of a Class G felony sexual assault - which could carry a maximum 10-year prison term - and two counts of domestic abuse involving trespass and disorderly conduct. The warrant was dropped Friday afternoon amid outcry at the continued handcuffing of Blake for days after he was shot seven times in the back by a Kenosha police officer. The move was shortly after Wisconsin governor Tony Evers was asked if Blake being restrained would concern him and said: 'Hell yes. 'He's paid a horrific price already being shot seven or eight times in the back. I can't imagine why that's happening.' Patrick Cafferty, an attorney representing the Blake family, told WISN on Friday that the felony arrest warrants, which stem from alleged crimes that Blake committed before the shooting, have been vacated and that deputies were no longer in his hospital room.”

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The Universities’ Dirty Secret China Deals: Close Down ‘Em Down Now! By James Reed

     Ah! The universities! If it is not sexual harassment, then it is secret deals with China, with no worries about national security. This needs to change.

“The Morrison government will launch an inquiry into foreign ¬interference in Australian universities and how Beijing has recruited academics to a secretive program that paid ¬lucrative salaries and allowed research to be patented in China. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton on Sunday outlined the terms of reference for a broad-¬ranging inquiry into foreign interference in the university sector in a letter to the chair of the parliamentary joint committee on intelligence and security, Andrew Hastie. The move for an inquiry comes less than a week after Scott Morrison announced unprecedented national security laws giving the commonwealth the power to tear up agreements struck by state governments and councils with foreign powers, such as China, that may threaten Australian’s national sovereignty. The inquiry will examine not only universities but all publicly funded research and grants and whether knowledge and technology were being transferred to foreign powers against Australian’s national interest. The PJCIS inquiry was launched after The Australian’s revelations last week that the Chinese government was actively recruiting scientists to take part in a secretive program that required intellectual property to be patented in China. An investigation by The Australian named 30 Australian academics who had participated in the Thousand Talents plan, or another similar Chinese government recruitment program. It also revealed that some universities were unaware their academics had been named in multiple patents assigned to Chinese universities or institutions. In his letter, Mr Dutton asked the PJCIS to examine “the nature and extent to which foreign actors are interfering in Australian universities, including staff and student bodies, publicly funded research agencies and competitive research grant agencies”. The inquiry, which will examine how other countries such as the US are dealing with the threat of foreign interference, is expected to hear testimony from senior figures in the FBI, ASIO, security analysts and high-profile figures who have fallen victim to China’s interference in the university sector such as University of Queensland student Drew Pavlou and UNSW academic Elaine Pearson.

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Paradise for Paedos and Rapists By Mrs Vera West

     This is baffling; stunning indeed:

“Victorian sexual assault survivors could be jailed for up to four months or face fines exceeding $3000 for telling their stories using their real names. The Judicial Proceedings Reports Act was changed in February, prohibiting victims from identifying themselves publicly if their attacker has been found guilty. The new law applies retrospectively, meaning victims who have lawfully spoken out previously are now censored from speaking out publicly. Media outlets who defy the law can also be prosecuted and face fines of up to $8,000. The only way for victims to identify themselves and tell their stories is to obtain a court order - which is not only time consuming, but would cost more than $10,000 in legal fees. Dr Rachael Burgin, lecturer in the Swinburne Law School, described the change in the law as a 'major victory' for convicted paedophiles and rapists. She said thousands of survivors will now find they cannot tell their stories. Not only can victim's no longer use their real names, they cannot provide any identifying features such as photos in publications such as memoirs and autobiographies unless they get a court order. 'There is no way that I would just have $10,000 sitting around to pay to do this. (I’d) be taking money away from (my) family,' Maggie*, an adult survivor of child rape told”    

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The Case Against Black Lives Matter By Charles Taylor

     With a name like “Richwine,” you know that the writing must be good, as rich as wine, anyway. Here is his critique of BLM, which many have made, but this is concise and easy to pass on:

“Although they operate under the banner of social justice, the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and its allies are a pernicious force. The false narratives, the toleration of lawlessness, and the punishment of dissenters have left our society in disarray. Americans of all races and political stripes should reject these tactics. The problems with BLM start with its false claim that white police and civilians are systematically killing black people. Allied media have promoted cases that seem to fit this narrative, such as the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery, but the outrage is selective. In a country as large as the United States, reporters can find individual incidents to support just about any narrative they want. The statistics on race and crime tell a very different story than the one advanced by the anecdotes favored by the media. First, black Americans are far more likely than non-blacks to commit violent crime. Blacks accounted for 37 percent of all arrests for violent crime in 2018, including 53 percent of murder arrests, despite constituting only 13 percent of the population. It is this fundamental disparity in base rates of crime that generates so many encounters between blacks and police in the first place. Once we adjust for base rates, police are less likely to fatally shoot black suspects compared to white suspects—a fact that is entirely at odds with the BLM narrative.

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Kenosha Firefights: Civil War 2.0 Update From Battle Ground USA By Charles Taylor

     According to the liberal press there are now “peaceful clashes” in Kenosha, Wisconsin, with the radical Left turning to guns, with bodies everywhere. It is getting to be like Rambo: Last Blood. There is also ironic footage, maybe still up on the net of the Black Lives Matter lunatics setting church on fire and the church sign says “we support black lives matter” while the church and all the cars in the parking lot are burning. Way to go, liberals!

“Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth refused to deputize citizens to prevent rioting and mayhem in the city, while police also ordered armed business owners to stop defending their own property. Three people were shot, two fatally, during a second night of chaos in Kenosha that also saw numerous buildings set on fire and properties trashed. The unrest is a reaction to the police shooting of wanted felon Jacob Blake, who fought with police, may have been carrying a knife and was also seen reaching into his vehicle before cops opened fire. With many armed citizens vowing to defend their safety and property from increasingly violent Black Lives Matter agitators, it appears they are not getting much support from authorities. The Journal-Sentinel also reported how “a group of armed men with long guns” were observed “standing guard at a dry cleaning business on Sheridan Road near 59th Street, some on the roof.” “Police told them to get off the roof and a person shouted back: “Officer, this is our business.” Police did not ultimately order them off the roof. Police did not ultimately make them get off the roof.”

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Prosecuted for a Crime That Does Not Exist By Ian Wilson LL. B

     Some jurisdictions have a good Samaritan law, where you must help someone in need. I think the last episode of Seinfeld dealt with this, where the crew ended up in prison for allowing someone to suffer while they watched. Generally good Samaritan laws protect people who do help from liability, rather than give a positive duty to help. Finland and Germany are exceptions:

“The Finnish Rescue Act explicitly stipulates a duty to rescue as a "general duty to act" and "engage in rescue activities according to [one's] abilities". The Finnish Rescue Act thus includes a principle of proportionality which requires professionals to extend immediate aid further than laypersons.

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The Good Sauce on Victorian Totalitarianism By James Reed

     The Good Sauce is a great Aussie Freedom journal with great writers and hard-hitting pieces, dealing with things like Australian crises, particularly Victoria, where the state of emergency is going to be extended forever. Here is an extract from Professor Zimmerman asking if history is repeating itself, and the answer is of course, “yes.”

“Victorians have watched their state government use a broad range of extraordinary powers to remove fundamental freedoms and control almost every single aspect of their personal lives. It did so by both declaring a state of emergency and a state of disaster, thus imposing draconian lock down measures after a surge in coronavirus infections. Imposed under the pretense of protecting the health of the people, the state of disaster came into effect in Victoria on August 2. Under the Emergency Management Act a state of disaster can be declared if the Premier is satisfied an emergency “constitutes or is likely to constitute a significant and widespread danger to life or property in Victoria”. But Victoria is also under a state of emergency, which came into effect on March 16. The declaration was made under the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008, which allows health officials to detain people, search premises without a warrant, and force people or areas into lock down if it is deemed necessary to protect public health. And now the Victorian Premier expresses his desire to extend the state of emergency for an indefinite period. He is effectively repeating history by revealing his intention to extend his emergency powers indefinitely. The Premier is currently working with the State’s Solicitor General to enact another provision to extend the state of emergency for an indefinite period of time. He claims this is necessary because of ‘the authority and the effectiveness of all the measures that we’ve put in place’.

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The Law and Mandatory Vaccination By Ian Wilson LL.B

     Here is some background material on the US situation on whether of not mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations would be constitutional. The answer is, probably not, given the extensive protection of liberties in the US constitution. But, the situation is different for Australia, which has a constitution mainly serving as an enabling document, to get the Federation up, and commerce flowing. Liberties were supposed to be protected by the common law, and parliament. The idea that the parliament and the courts could become corrupted, did not occur to the constitutional framers, and one cannot be too hard on them, since what has happened is the equivalent of say an invasion form space by real aliens, happening today. It just was not in their paradigm. Thus, we have the Melbourne situation, and it could get worse. One shudders to think what the state would do if there as a real danger, like a 1918 flu, with bodies on the street. There is a fundamental jurisprudential problem here, as the present system does not protect freedoms in cases where the elites go for broke and set out to enslave us. Perhaps, given the US situation, no set of laws and rules could do this, because all these systems require fair and just operators, and when that goes, there is only the chaos which is dawning now. Law has its limits, limits set by  human nature, tainted by original sin. 

America’s Future Now By Chris Knight

     The coming anarcho-tyranny, is here, right now:

“A DFL-endorsed candidate for the Minnesota House screamed profanities at a group of teenage girls during a protest Saturday outside the home of Bob Kroll in Hugo, Minnesota. “I’m a black man being terrorized by this f–ing Klansman right here,” shouted John Thompson, who won his primary Tuesday for House District 67A. “Y’all got the grand wizard living in your [vulgarity] neighborhood.” “Don’t run now. Don’t run now racist white people. I’m here. Oh yeah, we pull up. We pulled the f– up,” Thompson continued. “Blue lives ain’t s–, and if people here don’t support black people, f– Hugo, Minnesota.” While he was shouting, Thompson was looking in the direction of a group of four to five teenage girls who were standing on their front driveway and watching the demonstration. One of their acquaintances was apparently wearing a “blue lives matter” shirt, but had gone back inside. Thompson was endorsed by the Minnesota DFL Party and Gov. Tim Walz in his campaign for the State Legislature. “I’ve known John for years. His fierce advocacy and commitment to his community is exactly what’s needed in the State Legislature right now. I look forward to working with him as the next State Representative for 67A,” Walz said in his endorsement. He also received the endorsement of Attorney General Keith Ellison and Rep. Betty McCollum. Thompson’s comments were made during a Saturday protest outside Kroll’s home in Hugo, Minnesota. Kroll, a supporter of President Donald Trump and head of the Minneapolis police union, has faced calls to resign ever since he promised to fight for the jobs of the officers involved in George Floyd’s death.”

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Public Health and Wellbeing Act, Victoria By Ian Wilson LL. B

     Readers have asked about where the power of the Victorian government comes from for the Covid-19 restrictions, some of the toughest in the world. Well, power comes from the Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008, and not out of thin air as many protesters are telling police, in needless aggressive confrontations. Still, here are some sections from the Act that may question whether the present policies are appropriate and adapted to the purposes of the Act:

“Division 1—Principles applying to the management and control of infectious diseases 111 Principles The following principles apply to the management and control of infectious diseases— (a) the spread of an infectious disease should be prevented or minimised with the minimum restriction on the rights of any person; (b) a person at risk of contracting an infectious disease should take all reasonable precautions to avoid contracting the infectious disease … Division 2—Examination and testing orders and public health orders 112 Least restrictive measure to be chosen. If in giving effect to this Division alternative measures are available which are equally effective in minimising the risk that a person poses to public health, the measure which is the least restrictive of the rights of the person should be chosen.” 

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Who Pays Reparations if We are All Victims? By Peter Ewer

     So, if we are all victims, at some point, who pays the guilt tax? Do we all pay each other?

“As we all know, talk of reparations for injustice is everywhere. But here’s a headline, appearing in the British Spectator magazine, that hit home to Virgil, old Roman that he is: “Italy owes Wales reparations for the wrongs of the Roman Empire.” The author, one Lloyd Evans—an impeccable Welsh name, that—declared: Let me add my voice to the clamour on behalf of this island’s indigenous Celtic people. My family are from Llanelli in Carmarthenshire and I believe that my compatriots have an excellent case to make against the Roman Empire. Yes, Evans said he wants reparations for the Roman invasion of Great Britain, launched by Julius Caesar in 55 BC; it was a bloody business, leading to the subjugation of the island’s Celtic inhabitants, including those in Wales. Indeed, Evans went further in his demand for compensation; he recalled that later on, in the 5th and 6th centuries, AD, the Welsh were once again conquered, victims of “Anglo-Saxon aggression.” That is, the Angles and the Saxons, two tribes coming across the sea from Germany, drove out the Romans but still kept the Celts in bondage. So Evans’ logic would suggest that the Celts today have a claim against not only Italy and Germany, but also, of course, against descendants of past invaders still living with them—quite likely, after all these centuries, in their own families—in what’s now the United Kingdom. Yet then, to Virgil’s great relief, it turns out that Evans was kidding in his demand for reparations. As he put it, “The idea of ‘you owe me money because your ancestors wronged my ancestors’ doesn’t sound like justice to me. It has the air of a ghost-story.” Yes, human history is full of ghosts—and all of them have suffered a wound and thus hold a grievance against other ghosts. We might recall the cry of the ancient British king Calgacus, who said of the Romans, “To robbery, slaughter, plunder, they give the lying name of empire; they make a wasteland and call it peace.” Indeed, at its largest extent, the Roman Empire extended to all or part of what today are 46 countries; so as we can see, many different peoples were victims. Thus, everyone from the Scots, at the northern edge of the old empire, to the Saudi Arabians, at the southern edge, could have a claim against the successors to the Romans, the people of Italy. Yet if claims against the ancient Romans are being advanced playfully, other claims are being pressed seriously. For instance, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), has long been pushing a bill calling for a “study” on the need for reparations for American slavery. (It’s not hard to guess what the results of the study might be.) Jackson Lee hasn’t had much support for her legislation in the past, although in recent weeks, according to the Wall Street Journal, Democratic support has been increasing—it now has the support of Joe Biden. Indeed, in a June speech to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Biden said, “If, in fact, there are ways to get direct payments for reparations, I want to see it,” adding, “Why are we waiting around for the study? We can deal with this stuff.” 

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Death to America By Chris Knight

     When it gets going, the American communist revolution will be a mixture of the French Revolution, and the Russia one; antifa are already getting out all of the violent symbols of the past “glorious revolutions,” as they prepare for bloodshed. Will the average lamb hop and skip to the slaughter, to become lamb chops? Maybe.

“Now the mask is off and the Democrats are telling us exactly what they have planned for America. In Portland, left-wing rioters — all of whom support Joe Biden over President Trump — brought a blood-splattered guillotine to the riot and put it on display while they burned American flags and held “Black Lives Matter” signs, demanding an end to America. Their message couldn’t be any more clear: They seek to burn America to the ground and murder anyone who gets in their way. They are violent left-wing lunatics who respect no law, no freedoms for anyone else, and no rules of civilized society. They nearly all support communism and Joe Biden, and they promise to burn down America’s cities and murder people in the streets if they don’t get what they want. The Portland Police Bureau issued an official statement describing “rocks, bottles and dangerous items” that were thrown at police, alongside blinding lasers wielded by left-wing rioters trying to cause permanent eye damage to law enforcement. Remember these are the people every Democrat in America describes as “mostly peaceful.”

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All Black Lives Matter By Chris Knight

     Here is a campaign ad by a Black lady, easy on the eye, Kimberly Klacik, who walks the streets of Baltimore showing that Democrat-run cities are virtually out of The Waking Dead, post-apocalyptic wastelands. Have a look, her message being that Black people do not have to vote Democrat. Especially moving is an old Black father, who when asked about defunding police, says that he has had three sons killed, and how can law and order be maintained without police? Indeed, the killing occurred with the present police, so that is a taste of how bad it will get.

“Some excitement has been generated around Kimberly Klacik, a nonprofit founder and Baltimore County Republican Central committee member, who is a congressional candidate attempting to fill the vacant seat of late Rep. Elijah Cummings. Klacik shared a three-minute campaign video Monday on Twitter of her walking the streets of Baltimore City, exposing how decades of Democratic policies have imploded neighborhoods. The tweet reads: “Democrats don't want you to see this. They're scared that I'm exposing what life is like in Democrat-run cities. That's why I'm running for Congress Because All Black Lives Matter Baltimore Matters And black people don't have to vote Democrat.” Maryland's 7th District, which covers the northern and eastern boundaries of Baltimore County, the majority of Howard, and a decent chunk of eastern and western parts of Baltimore City, has been dominated by Democrates for five decades. "Do you care about Black lives? The people that run Baltimore don't...I can prove it. Walk with me," Klacik said at the beginning of the video. "This is the reality for black people every single day," said Klacik while surrounded by rows of abandoned homes. Klacik said inner-city communities are suffering from "crumbling infrastructure, abandoned homes, poverty, and crime." She said it's not just Baltimore, suggesting that any Democratically controlled metro area in the country is a bad environment for black people.”

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Federation Failure By Viv Forbes

25 August 2020,

     Federation in Australia gave three essential tasks to the central Government – maintenance of free trade between states, defence, and quarantine. But state borders are closed, defence is enfeebled by gender-agenda and poor equipment choices, and they have failed to protect us from foreign pests and viruses. Moreover, Canberra’s green dreams, targets and subsidies have made a monster mess of electricity generation and cost. These colossal failures suggest that it’s time to restore federalism. Start by getting Canberra out of energy and the environment. At least some states would manage things better and provide a role model for others.