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violence policiere - La video comme seule rempart face au mensonge.

L’état ne tient Plus sa police. Ils mettent en danger La France… Ils propagent la haine dans toute les couches défavorisés.

Vidéo Choquante, âme sensible s’abstenir.

Cette folle scène de violences policières aurait pu rester cachée - lien 1


Il faut faire une purge dans la police et dissoudre son syndicats fascistes et séparatiste.

#violence #police #fascisme #racisme #politique #loisécurité #darmanin #résistance #french #France #Violencepolicière #freedom #stand
 

violence policiere - La video comme seule rempart face au mensonge.

L’état ne tient Plus sa police. Ils mettent en danger La France… Ils propagent la haine dans toute les couches défavorisés.

Vidéo Choquante, âme sensible s’abstenir.

Cette folle scène de violences policières aurait pu rester cachée - lien 1


Il faut faire une purge dans la police et dissoudre son syndicats fascistes et séparatiste.

#violence #police #fascisme #racisme #politique #loisécurité #darmanin #résistance #french #France #Violencepolicière #freedom #stand
 
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Syria war photographer ‘wounded by police’ during Paris protest

#Paris #France #police #democracy #journalism #protest

traduction DeepL :

Un photographe de guerre syrien "blessé par la police" lors d'une manifestation à Paris


Selon le groupe de presse, le photojournaliste primé Ameer Alhalbi a fui la Syrie pour échapper à la violence

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Agence France-Presse, 29/11/2020.

Un groupe de défense de la liberté de la presse a dénoncé la blessure "inacceptable" d'un photojournaliste syrien primé lors d'une manifestation à Paris contre les brutalités policières.

Ameer Alhalbi, un photographe indépendant qui travaillait pour le magazine Polka et l'AFP, couvrait les manifestations contre les violences policières et la nouvelle loi du gouvernement limitant le partage des images des officiers pendant le week-end où il a été blessé.

Les photos montrent que le visage d'Alhalbi semble meurtri et qu'une grande partie de sa tête est couverte de bandages.

Christophe Deloire, secrétaire général de Reporters sans frontières, a tweeté que le jeune homme de 24 ans avait été blessé place de la Bastille par "un bâton de police" et a condamné les violences.

"Ameer est venu de Syrie en France pour se réfugier, comme plusieurs autres journalistes syriens. Le pays des droits de l'homme ne doit pas les menacer, mais les protéger", a-t-il déclaré dans un deuxième tweet.

M. Deloire a également noté qu'Alhalbi avait été clairement identifié comme un journaliste.

Dimitri Beck, directeur de la photographie de la Polka, a déclaré qu'Alhalbi avait eu le nez cassé et le front blessé, et qu'il avait été conduit à l'hôpital.

Alhalbi a remporté plusieurs prix internationaux, dont le deuxième prix dans la catégorie "spot news" pour le World Press Photo en 2017, principalement pour sa couverture du conflit syrien dans sa ville natale d'Alep pour l'AFP.

Des milliers de personnes à travers la France se sont rassemblées pour soutenir la liberté de la presse après que le film de la police battant un producteur de musique noire a attisé la colère contre un projet de loi qui est considéré comme limitant le droit des journalistes à faire des reportages sur les brutalités policières.

A Paris, les manifestants ont mis le feu au mobilier urbain et se sont heurtés à la police alors qu'ils tentaient de bloquer l'accès à certaines rues. À Lille, Rennes, Strasbourg et dans d'autres villes, des milliers d'autres personnes ont protesté contre le projet de loi.

Jean Castex, le Premier ministre, a annoncé qu'une commission indépendante examinera et réécrira l'article controversé du projet de loi.

Traduit avec www.DeepL.com/Translator (version gratuite)
 
reshare from @freebird

Syria war photographer ‘wounded by police’ during Paris protest

#Paris #France #police #democracy #journalism #protest

traduction DeepL :

Un photographe de guerre syrien "blessé par la police" lors d'une manifestation à Paris


Selon le groupe de presse, le photojournaliste primé Ameer Alhalbi a fui la Syrie pour échapper à la violence

Bild/Foto

Agence France-Presse, 29/11/2020.

Un groupe de défense de la liberté de la presse a dénoncé la blessure "inacceptable" d'un photojournaliste syrien primé lors d'une manifestation à Paris contre les brutalités policières.

Ameer Alhalbi, un photographe indépendant qui travaillait pour le magazine Polka et l'AFP, couvrait les manifestations contre les violences policières et la nouvelle loi du gouvernement limitant le partage des images des officiers pendant le week-end où il a été blessé.

Les photos montrent que le visage d'Alhalbi semble meurtri et qu'une grande partie de sa tête est couverte de bandages.

Christophe Deloire, secrétaire général de Reporters sans frontières, a tweeté que le jeune homme de 24 ans avait été blessé place de la Bastille par "un bâton de police" et a condamné les violences.

"Ameer est venu de Syrie en France pour se réfugier, comme plusieurs autres journalistes syriens. Le pays des droits de l'homme ne doit pas les menacer, mais les protéger", a-t-il déclaré dans un deuxième tweet.

M. Deloire a également noté qu'Alhalbi avait été clairement identifié comme un journaliste.

Dimitri Beck, directeur de la photographie de la Polka, a déclaré qu'Alhalbi avait eu le nez cassé et le front blessé, et qu'il avait été conduit à l'hôpital.

Alhalbi a remporté plusieurs prix internationaux, dont le deuxième prix dans la catégorie "spot news" pour le World Press Photo en 2017, principalement pour sa couverture du conflit syrien dans sa ville natale d'Alep pour l'AFP.

Des milliers de personnes à travers la France se sont rassemblées pour soutenir la liberté de la presse après que le film de la police battant un producteur de musique noire a attisé la colère contre un projet de loi qui est considéré comme limitant le droit des journalistes à faire des reportages sur les brutalités policières.

A Paris, les manifestants ont mis le feu au mobilier urbain et se sont heurtés à la police alors qu'ils tentaient de bloquer l'accès à certaines rues. À Lille, Rennes, Strasbourg et dans d'autres villes, des milliers d'autres personnes ont protesté contre le projet de loi.

Jean Castex, le Premier ministre, a annoncé qu'une commission indépendante examinera et réécrira l'article controversé du projet de loi.

Traduit avec www.DeepL.com/Translator (version gratuite)
 
#Paris #France #police #democracy #journalism #protest
 

LES VÉRITÉS D'UN POLICIER SUR LE SCANDALE DE L'AFFAIRE MICHEL


#politique #police #répression #démocrature

 
« Dès qu'ils ont dit "caméra ! Caméra ! On est filmés", ils ont arrêté de me frapper. »

#violence #police #france #racisme #SecuriteGlobale

Alors, le #fascisme en France, c'est du passé ou bien c'est du présent, et nous en sommes tou·te·s les victimes ?

#sanssuite

La police en France ? Jamais au service des citoyens. Toujours au service la violence de l'État.

Des flics comme ça on n'en veut pas. T'es flic ? Dénonce-les.

https://tube.interhacker.space/videos/watch/3495c973-2d95-4267-81e4-86b0220de1e6
 
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Extrait de la BD " Les Vieux Fourneaux " tome 6

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#bd #acab #police
 
Belinda Grassnick from german online project #Krautreporter writes on migration and racism. Right now she is investigating racism in german #police and wants to know, which questions in connection with the work of police have strongest interest among the (potential) readers. Survey in german.
 

#Apple Helps #FBI Track Down #GeorgeFloyd Protester Accused Of Firebombing Cop Cars


Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2020/09/16/apple-helps-fbi-track-down-george-floyd-protester-accused-of-firebombing-cop-cars/
The case shows how Apple is willing to help even where the context of the crime is controversial, namely the Black Lives Matter protests. That’s despite President #Trump and Attorney General William Barr lambasting the company for failing to help track down serious criminals while caving in to the demands of the Chinese #government.
#police #usa #surveillance #crime #blacklivesmatter #technology #tracking #smartphone
 

#Apple Helps #FBI Track Down #GeorgeFloyd Protester Accused Of Firebombing Cop Cars


Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2020/09/16/apple-helps-fbi-track-down-george-floyd-protester-accused-of-firebombing-cop-cars/
The case shows how Apple is willing to help even where the context of the crime is controversial, namely the Black Lives Matter protests. That’s despite President #Trump and Attorney General William Barr lambasting the company for failing to help track down serious criminals while caving in to the demands of the Chinese #government.
#police #usa #surveillance #crime #blacklivesmatter #technology #tracking #smartphone
 
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On this day, 9 October 2014 the Greek ‘riot dog’ Λουκάνικος (Loukanikos: “sausage”) died peacefully in his sleep. Loukanikos was the most famous of the Athens stray dogs who joined demonstrations and riots against the police murder of Alexandros Grigoropoulos and later against austerity measures. Inhaling police tear gas and other chemicals during the many riots in which he participated, led to a deterioration of his health, he was adopted and retired out of the city in 2012. He died at the approximate age of 10.

He was a good boy.

Working Class History have produced some posters and merch commemorating his life to help fund their awsome work, available here: https://shop.workingclasshistory.com/collections/animals


#dog #doggo #history #greek #Athens #riot #police #Loukanikos
 
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On this day, 9 October 2014 the Greek ‘riot dog’ Λουκάνικος (Loukanikos: “sausage”) died peacefully in his sleep. Loukanikos was the most famous of the Athens stray dogs who joined demonstrations and riots against the police murder of Alexandros Grigoropoulos and later against austerity measures. Inhaling police tear gas and other chemicals during the many riots in which he participated, led to a deterioration of his health, he was adopted and retired out of the city in 2012. He died at the approximate age of 10.

He was a good boy.

Working Class History have produced some posters and merch commemorating his life to help fund their awsome work, available here: https://shop.workingclasshistory.com/collections/animals


#dog #doggo #history #greek #Athens #riot #police #Loukanikos
 
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On this day, 9 October 2014 the Greek ‘riot dog’ Λουκάνικος (Loukanikos: “sausage”) died peacefully in his sleep. Loukanikos was the most famous of the Athens stray dogs who joined demonstrations and riots against the police murder of Alexandros Grigoropoulos and later against austerity measures. Inhaling police tear gas and other chemicals during the many riots in which he participated, led to a deterioration of his health, he was adopted and retired out of the city in 2012. He died at the approximate age of 10.

He was a good boy.

Working Class History have produced some posters and merch commemorating his life to help fund their awsome work, available here: https://shop.workingclasshistory.com/collections/animals


#dog #doggo #history #greek #Athens #riot #police #Loukanikos
 

How a Police State Starts


How a #Police #State #Starts #UK #politics
How a Police State Starts
 

How a Police State Starts


How a #Police #State #Starts #UK #politics
How a Police State Starts
 
A map of the singular case(s) of nazi activities in german #police

#Polizei Einzelfallkarte

#RechtsRanfahren
 
A map of the singular case(s) of nazi activities in german #police

#Polizei Einzelfallkarte

#RechtsRanfahren
 



Activist Michael Reinoehl was killed by police as they attempted to arrest him near Seattle Thursday night, hours after VICE News shared a conversation with him in which he appeared to admit that he shot a right-wing protester last weekend.

Reinoehl, 48, was killed in an encounter with officers when a federal fugitive task force attempted to arrest him, according to The New York Times. An anonymous official told the Associated Press that Reinoehl had pulled a gun during the incident.

The official could not discuss the matter publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity.

An arrest warrant had been issued on the same day VICE News published a clip in which Reinoehl said he acted in self-defense in the killing of Aaron “Jay” Danielson, a member of the right-wing group “Patriot Prayer,” in a confrontation during a pro-Trump rally in Portland on Aug. 29.

“I had no choice. I mean, I, I had a choice. I could have sat there and watched them kill a friend of mine of color. But I wasn't going to do that,” he said.
https://youtu.be/fsDWXx5tYfk
Since the shooting, Reinoehl said he’d gone into hiding, and moved his children to a safe place after shots were fired into his house just hours after the incident. He had not turned himself in, he said, because he believed right-wing protesters were collaborating with police, who would not protect him or his family.

Two weeks later, he said, he had no regrets about his actions. “If the life of anybody I care about is in danger, and there's something I can do to prevent it … I think that any good human being would do the same thing,” he said.

https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/dyz97a/antifa-activist-wanted-in-connection-to-portland-killing-has-reportedly-been-killed-by-police

#antifa #blacklivesmatters #blm #acab #protest #murder #usa #trumpsters #policeviolence #solidarity #restinpeace #police #1312 #antifascistAction
 
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On this day, 9 August 1979, the women workers of the YH wig making company in Seoul, South Korea, occupied the headquarters of the opposition New Democratic Party in protest at the closure of their employer. The workers had gone on strike against the proposed closure, but to no avail, so they attempted to escalate their protest. However, the US-backed military dictatorship instead sent 2,000 riot police to attack the 187 women and evict the occupation.

One woman, Kim Kyung Sook, was killed by police, while the union leaders were arrested and the other workers sent home by bus.

While unsuccessful, the violent repression of the workers provoked mass anger, which was a major contributing factor to uprisings breaking out in Busan and Masan later that year.

More info about South Korean people's history at this time in this great book: https://shop.workingclasshistory.com/collections/books/products/asias-unknown-uprisings-volume-1-south-korean-social-movements-in-the-20th-century-george-katsiafica


#history #photo #art #photography #women #seoul #korea
#riot #police #usa #worker
 
"Until last month, New York state prohibited the release of #police officers’ disciplinary records. Civilians’ complaints of abuse by officers were a secret. So were investigators’ conclusions. The public couldn’t even know if an officer was punished.

The New York City police officer whose use of a prohibited chokehold led to the death of Eric Garner in 2014 had a record of misconduct. Garner’s last words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement.

The city investigator who revealed the existence of the officer’s record was forced to resign in 2017; the officer himself wasn’t fired until 2019.

When the death of George Floyd and footage of his pleas for his life ignited worldwide protests, activists in New York renewed their push to repeal the statute that kept disciplinary records under wraps, known as 50-a. State lawmakers finally acted, voting to repeal the provision, which had been on the books for decades.

Soon after, ProPublica asked New York’s Civilian Complaint Review Board, or CCRB, for a list of officers, along with the complaints against them, and what discipline, if any, had been recommended."
 
"Until last month, New York state prohibited the release of #police officers’ disciplinary records. Civilians’ complaints of abuse by officers were a secret. So were investigators’ conclusions. The public couldn’t even know if an officer was punished.

The New York City police officer whose use of a prohibited chokehold led to the death of Eric Garner in 2014 had a record of misconduct. Garner’s last words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement.

The city investigator who revealed the existence of the officer’s record was forced to resign in 2017; the officer himself wasn’t fired until 2019.

When the death of George Floyd and footage of his pleas for his life ignited worldwide protests, activists in New York renewed their push to repeal the statute that kept disciplinary records under wraps, known as 50-a. State lawmakers finally acted, voting to repeal the provision, which had been on the books for decades.

Soon after, ProPublica asked New York’s Civilian Complaint Review Board, or CCRB, for a list of officers, along with the complaints against them, and what discipline, if any, had been recommended."
 
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The 29 July 1962, fascist Oswald Mosley attempted to march through Manchester. However he was attacked by anti-fascists who knocked him to the ground, and had to be rescued and escorted by 250 police, who were unable to prevent the fascist being pelted with tomatoes, eggs, coins and stones.

Following the march Mosley attempted to speak but he was drowned out by a crowd of 5000 anti-fascists who forced police to call off the meeting after just seven minutes. Clashes between local residents and Blackshirts continued for some time, and the police arrested 47 people.

WCH speak to someone who was there that day in the bonus episode to our podcast miniseries about anti-fascism in the 1940s.

#history #1940 #oswald #mosley #uk #england #antifa #photo #art #photography
#nazi #ww2 #antifa #police #direct-action #protest
 
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Meanwhile outside of a courthouse in Portland, a protester with a Hello Kitty helmet ran up to a tear gas grenade with a hockey stick and whacked it back at federal officers. I think I just got into sports...

Photo by Nathan Howard from Blackpowderpress


#art #photo #photography #blm #portland
#usa #police #protest #riot #sport #hockey #woman #gas
 
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Meanwhile outside of a courthouse in Portland, a protester with a Hello Kitty helmet ran up to a tear gas grenade with a hockey stick and whacked it back at federal officers. I think I just got into sports...

Photo by Nathan Howard from Blackpowderpress


#art #photo #photography #blm #portland
#usa #police #protest #riot #sport #hockey #woman #gas
 
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'Burnley' - 'Manchester City': #white #lives #matter

[New York Daily News]


Associated Press
Jun 22, 2020

‘White Lives Matter’ plane banner overshadows Premier League game between Burnley and Manchester City



MANCHESTER, England

As the players of Manchester City and Burnley took a knee inside an empty Etihad Stadium in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, the sound of an aircraft could be heard overhead.

It had a very different message.
#soccer #football #sport #whitelivesmatter #USA #America #Trump #GB #UK #England #civil #rights #protest #activism #activist #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #Europe #racial #racism #black #white #photo
 
#LeMonde #Police #ViolencePolicière #Paris
 
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Police violence and racism have always been tools of capitalism


https://popularresistance.org/police-violence-and-racism-tools-of-capitalism/

#Policing is an #institution developed to #protect the #property of the #wealthy and prevent #workers from fighting for their #rights. It has nothing to do with #public #safety.
#police #violence #abuse #racism #capitalism #jobs
 
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On this day, 18 June 1984, the battle of Orgreave took place when striking miners faced off against thousands of police as they attempted to blockade the Orgreave coking plant in England. The police showed the lengths they would go to to break the strike, with violent attacks, mass arrests and deliberate but fortunately unsuccessful attempts to fabricate evidence and frame miners. And the BBC reversed footage of miners defending themselves from police attacks to try to pretend police were attacked first.

Coal miners were on strike against a pit closure plan by the Conservative government.

Learn more about the dispute in this podcast series: https://workingclasshistory.com/tag/1984-5-miners-strike/


#history #miner #coal #police #orgreava #England #UK #BBC #media
#photo #art #photography
 
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On this day, 18 June 1984, the battle of Orgreave took place when striking miners faced off against thousands of police as they attempted to blockade the Orgreave coking plant in England.

The police showed the lengths they would go to to break the strike, with violent attacks, mass arrests and deliberate but fortunately unsuccessful attempts to fabricate evidence and frame miners. And the BBC reversed footage of miners defending themselves from police attacks to try to pretend police were attacked first.

Coal miners were on strike against a pit closure plan by the Conservative government.

Learn more about the dispute in this podcast series: https://workingclasshistory.com/tag/1984-5-miners-strike/


#history #miner #coal #police #orgreava #England #UK #BBC #media
#photo #art #photography #riot #protest
 
#cops #copwatch #defundthepolice #baltimore #racist #lies #framed #police #murder
 
Policing police by police, what could go wrong?


#police
 
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‘Gone With the Wind’ Hits No. 1 on Amazon Best-Sellers Chart After HBO Max Drops Movie

Cowardice in action. The next station is “Pulp Fiction”(?)

Jun 10, 2020
By Todd Sprangler

“Gone With the Wind” zipped to the top of Amazon’s best-sellers sales chart for TV and movies, a day after WarnerMedia’s HBO Max pulled the movie for “racist depictions.”

Amazon bases its rankings on sales data. The site currently offers the 70th anniversary two-disc DVD edition of “Gone With the Wind” starting at $29.55, while Amazon Video offers the movie as a digital HD rental at $3.99 and for purchase at $9.99. (...)

Oscar-winning film “Gone With the Wind” was removed Tuesday from the HBO Max streaming service temporarily. WarnerMedia said it plans to return to the movie to the library, along with a discussion about the historical context for the 1939 movie and a “denouncement” of the movie’s racist stereotypes.

“’Gone With The Wind’ is a product of its time and depicts some of the ethnic and racial prejudices that have, unfortunately, been commonplace in American society,” an HBO Max spokesperson told Variety. “These racist depictions were wrong then and are wrong today, and we felt that to keep this title up without an explanation and a denouncement of those depictions would be irresponsible.”

“Gone With the Wind” stars Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Hattie McDaniel and Olivia de Havilland. The film, adapted from the 1936 novel by Margaret Mitchell, is described on Amazon.com’s website as “a classic epic of the American South,” set during the Civil War and the Reconstruction era.

The movie, produced by David O. Selznick, won eight competitive Oscars including best picture, best actress for Leigh, best director for Victor Fleming and best supporting actress for McDaniel, who was the first Black person to ever win an Academy Award. The American Film Institute ranks “Gone With the Wind” as the No. 4 best American movie of all time, after “Citizen Kane,” “Casablanca,” and “The Godfather.”
MORE: https://variety.com/2020/digital/uncategorized/gone-with-the-wind-amazon-best-seller-hbo-max-1234630577/

#USA #America #Trump #civil #rights #protest #activism #activist #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #photo #PulpFiction #movie #Hollywood #racial #racism #black #white
 
«Macron dit ne pas craindre une « FNisation » de la #Police. "Ce sont des citoyens comme les autres", répète-t-il. (...) Il milite pour la multiplication des caméras-piétons. "Il faut aller vers davantage de transparence"» de la @PoliceNationale@twitter.com https://www.lemonde.fr/politique/article/2020/06/10/il-ne-faut-pas-perdre-la-jeunesse-l-elysee-craint-un-vent-de-revolte_6042430_823448.html
 

America is a great country for everyone of every race who works hard and plays by the rules.



Eloquent, forceful voices like Candace Owens, Larry Elder, Brandon Tatum, Burgess Owens, and Jason Riley are speaking out against the ugliness they are seeing and hearing: the destructive lies about our beloved America.

Here's what they are saying:



- "No one -- not a single solitary person defended or excused the death of George Floyd, so why is this rioting happening? Because that is what the media wanted....BLACK AMERICA, WAKE UP. ENLIGHTEN YOURSELVES. DO NOT BE OWNED BY A MAINSTREAM MEDIA AGENDA." ~ CANDACE OWENS

- "One of the big #FakeNews narratives is that 'institutional,' 'structural' and 'systemic' racism remain a major problem in America, when, in fact, race has never been a more insignificant barrier to success in America." ~ LARRY ELDER

- "There is nothing white liberals fear more than a God fearing, educated, black man."
No my friends...there is no systemic racism in America...just Systemic "Marxist Elitism"...an EVIL that uses, abuses and discards anyone for POWER." ~ BURGESS OWENS

- "Don't let the Media fool you! The majority of Americans support the police. Do not support the destroying of their city.
The biggest problem with growing up black in America... IS not racism, police brutality, or black on black crime... It's the Mental Brainwashing." ~ BRANDON TATUM

- "Black activists and white progressives stress racism because it serves their own interests, not because it actually improves the station of blacks." ~ JASON RILEY

These voices are being drowned out on social media. They need to be heard. Today.

More of such here https://www.prageru.com/presenters/


#education #conservatism #liberalism #pragerU #media #politics #news #police #black #community
 

America is a great country for everyone of every race who works hard and plays by the rules.



Eloquent, forceful voices like Candace Owens, Larry Elder, Brandon Tatum, Burgess Owens, and Jason Riley are speaking out against the ugliness they are seeing and hearing: the destructive lies about our beloved America.

Here's what they are saying:



- "No one -- not a single solitary person defended or excused the death of George Floyd, so why is this rioting happening? Because that is what the media wanted....BLACK AMERICA, WAKE UP. ENLIGHTEN YOURSELVES. DO NOT BE OWNED BY A MAINSTREAM MEDIA AGENDA." ~ CANDACE OWENS

- "One of the big #FakeNews narratives is that 'institutional,' 'structural' and 'systemic' racism remain a major problem in America, when, in fact, race has never been a more insignificant barrier to success in America." ~ LARRY ELDER

- "There is nothing white liberals fear more than a God fearing, educated, black man."
No my friends...there is no systemic racism in America...just Systemic "Marxist Elitism"...an EVIL that uses, abuses and discards anyone for POWER." ~ BURGESS OWENS

- "Don't let the Media fool you! The majority of Americans support the police. Do not support the destroying of their city.
The biggest problem with growing up black in America... IS not racism, police brutality, or black on black crime... It's the Mental Brainwashing." ~ BRANDON TATUM

- "Black activists and white progressives stress racism because it serves their own interests, not because it actually improves the station of blacks." ~ JASON RILEY

These voices are being drowned out on social media. They need to be heard. Today.

More of such here https://www.prageru.com/presenters/


#education #conservatism #liberalism #pragerU #media #politics #news #police #black #community
 
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Cowardice in action. The next station is "Pulp Fiction"(?)

Butch: You okay?

Marsellus: ...Nah, man. I'm pretty fucking far from okay.

The Wall Street Journal: "HBO Max Pulls ‘Gone With the Wind,’ While ‘Cops’ Gets Canceled".


Moves come as entertainment companies reassess their content amid nationwide protests over racial injustice and police brutality
By Joe Flint
June 10, 2020

“Gone with the Wind” was pulled from HBO Max while the long-running TV show “Cops” was outright canceled, a sign that entertainment companies are re-examining the content they offer in the wake of nationwide protests for racial justice and against police brutality.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/hbo-max-pulls-gone-with-the-wind-11591754904
#USA #America #Trump #civil #rights #protest #activism #activist #riot #freedom #police #blacklivesmatter #news #photo #PulpFiction #movie #Hollywood #racial #racism #lack #white

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Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epic historical romance film adapted from the 1936 novel by Margaret Mitchell. The film was produced by David O. Selznick of Selznick International Pictures and directed by Victor Fleming. Set in the American South against the backdrop of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction era, the film tells the story of Scarlett O'Hara, the strong-willed daughter of a Georgia plantation owner. It follows her romantic pursuit of Ashley Wilkes, who is married to his cousin, Melanie Hamilton, and her subsequent marriage to Rhett Butler. The leading roles are played by Vivien Leigh (Scarlett), Clark Gable (Rhett), Leslie Howard (Ashley), and Olivia de Havilland (Melanie).

The film received positive reviews upon its release in December 1939, although some reviewers found it overlong. The casting was widely praised, and many reviewers found Leigh especially suited to her role as Scarlett. At the 12th Academy Awards, it received ten Academy Awards (eight competitive, two honorary) from thirteen nominations, including wins for Best Picture, Best Director (Fleming), Best Adapted Screenplay (posthumously awarded to Sidney Howard), Best Actress (Leigh), and Best Supporting Actress (Hattie McDaniel, becoming the first African American to win an Academy Award). It set records for the total number of wins and nominations at the time.

Gone with the Wind was immensely popular when first released. It became the highest-earning film made up to that point, and held the record for over a quarter of a century. When adjusted for monetary inflation, it is still the highest-grossing film in history. It was re-released periodically throughout the 20th century and became ingrained in popular culture. The film is regarded as one of the greatest films of all time; it has placed in the top ten of the American Film Institute's list of the top 100 American films since the list's inception in 1998. In 1989, the United States Library of Congress selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry.
 
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