U.S. Riots of May 2020 over George Floyd and others - ITT: a bunch of faggots butthurt about worthless internet stickers

Lissamine Green

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Portland's second most embarrassing newspaper, Willy Week, has published its hit piece on Andy Ngo's mugshot posting:



It looks like Ngo's simple work of exposing these people to a broader audience is having a positive effect, like stupid paralegals getting fired:
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Takeaway? Discovering their employers and bugging them is effective. Keep doing it!

Meanwhile...

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But BLMantifa never lies, right?
 

Rafal Gan Ganowicz

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Believe this isn't satire. Got news for you, bitch. When it comes time, America will take the penicillin for the bacteria in the system. Only thing saving these fucks now is the police, but you might not want to count on that much longer. Don't complain when your darlings get their asses waxed. NFG.

The Anti-Anti-Violence Manifesto
REVIEW: 'In Defense of Looting' by Vicky Osterweil
Andrew Stiles - SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 12:00 PM

"Social peace is just the condition under which patriarchal white supremacist violence is acting most fluidly and most thoroughly and is distributed most invisibly," writes Vicky Osterweil in her provocative tome, In Defense of Looting. "Only when we find such ‘peace' intolerable will we be able to envision what real peace might look like, and what it might take to get there."

Osterweil, a self-described agitator who named a pet after a French tyrant (Robespierre), proceeds to lay out "what it might take"—in case chapter titles such as "All Cops Are Bastards" and "No Such Thing as Nonviolence" were too cryptic. Revolution is "the only way forward," and it won't be a nonviolent affair.

Considering the target reader is already familiar with Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United States, the book is at least 200 pages too long. The casual reader, meanwhile, is likely to get bogged down in extended passages about NAFTA, El Salvador, and how "racialized hierarchies were crucial to medieval European notions of nobility and the formation of serf and slave populations." Not to mention the preponderance of descriptive adjectives, as mandated by intersectionality. Abolish capitalism? Nah. Abolish "cisheteropatriarchal white supremacist capitalism."

Osterweil isn't pro-violence, per se. She's anti-anti-violence, and prefers the term "not-nonviolent" to describe the revolution she envisions. At the same time, she doesn't want to alienate any readers. "I want to make clear that this discussion is not meant to denigrate anyone who uses non-violent tactics in their struggles," she explains.

That doesn't mean nonviolence is good or advisable. Far from it. History proves that nonviolence is "actually a collaborationist and misogynist affair." Osterweil trods literary ground that few intellectuals have dared to trod. You don't often see the word "egregious" used to describe "peacekeeping" efforts that don't involve the United Nations. The word "similarly" is utilized in courageous fashion to compare a "struggling business" threatened by riots to "a small white farmer who enslaved only one or two people."

Some of the author's attempts to diminish nonviolence as a political tactic read like a bad liberal parody of a bad conservative meme. Martin Luther King didn't really believe in nonviolence, for example, because he "traveled with a heavily armed entourage." In a footnote, Osterweil attempts to burnish her anti-anti-violence bona fides by insisting that she does not intend "to make a moral distinction between looting and property destruction or to imagine that property destruction is ‘worse' or more white supremacist than looting." Phew, thanks for clarifying.

The politics espoused in the book are, to put it mildly, slightly to the left of mainstream. The author praises Che Guevara for his "radical leadership" in promoting a system "distinct from China and the USSR, the latter of which most revolutionaries in the sixties recognized as a reactionary, capitalist state." She tries to assuage ideological purists who argue that looters "are acting as consumers and therefore furthering capitalism." (And Che Guevara got killed by Bolivian Special Forces and US Green Berets, bitch. Think about that. - JS)

What about the minority business owners who might not be so inclined to have their livelihoods destroyed in the name of abolishing [insert descriptive adjectives] capitalism? "There’s no really clean or easy way to struggle without ever hurting anyone," is the best answer Osterweil could come up with in a recent interview with the New Yorker. (She also elaborated on her comparison of small business owners to slaveholders, suggesting that all private property is akin to slavery.) (Bitch, then YOU start by giving up ALL your property. Got it? - JS)

Are we to take the author literally, seriously, or both? The mainstream media has been eager to dismiss In Defense of Looting as the rantings of a lone wolf radical perverting the beliefs of millions of peaceful demonstrators. In any event, it's less dangerous than a Tom Cotton op-ed. Looting should be downplayed—to prevent Republicans from seizing—but never defended. Except the book isn't really a defense of looting so much as a rebuke of capitalism, which can't so easily be dismissed as charmingly fringe.

The Democratic Party avoided a reckoning with this reality when voters salvaged Joe Biden's zombie campaign to prevent a 78-year-old socialist from running away with the nomination. Bernie Sanders is old, but his influential allies in Congress aren't. Younger generations view socialism more favorably than capitalism, even if they don't really know what either term means. Democratic leaders, mainstream liberals, and "woke" corporations won't be able to defer that reckoning indefinitely. Time to start boarding up the windows. (No, fuckwagon. Time to lock and load, least what a friend tells me. - JS)



Holy shit, this critter's a trannie. Hey, went to the Amazon page for this book. Reported every favorable rating as abusive. Lots of one-star ratings.

Some more:


The Vicky Osterweil delusion
In Defense of Looting: A Riotous History of Uncivil Action by Vicky Osterweil reviewed
Ben Sixsmith
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A boarded up shoe store in Manhattan (Getty)
Ben Sixsmith
August 30, 2020
12:25 PM
In Defense of Looting: A Riotous History of Uncivil ActionVicky Osterweil
Bold Type Books, pp.288, $28.00

Vicky Osterweil, a trans woman who describes herself as a ‘writer, editor, and agitator’ and whose Twitter handle is ‘Vicky_ACAB’ (all cops are bastards), must have been overcome with joy when rioting and looting broke out in the wake of George Floyd’s death. This is partly because she is a radical leftist and partly because she had just finished writing a book called In Defense of Looting. What a stroke of luck! It’s as if I had written a book called Beware of Pandemics in late 2019. I have to salute her timing.

Osterweil is the classic sort of leftist who attempts to wrap enough pretty language around violence and destruction as to ennoble it. The riots, arsons and looting of 2020 needed such a character. It is sort of bracing to have a full-throated endorsement of such activities after grappling with slipperiness of the softer-left.

Compared to legends of the field, like Jean-Paul Sartre, she comes up short. Indeed, her writing often verges on self-parody. ‘Riots are violent, extreme, and femme as fuck,’ she informs us. Femme? (As fuck?)

‘As a mode of struggle, riots are marked by many characteristics traditionally defined as feminine: not driven by rational argumentation or “proper” political dialogue, they are instead driven by desire, affect, rage, and pain.’
I don’t know what kind of stone-cold misogynist thinks the irrational is necessarily feminine. That’s a level of sexism that even the outer reaches of the ‘red-pilled’ internet only aspire to achieve. You get the sense that Osterweil was just desperate to squeeze modish gender politics in somewhere.

There are two ways of approaching Osterweil’s argument, one of which focuses on her tactics and one of which focuses on the values that underpin them. Focusing on the former concedes too much. Osterweil’s problem is not that she has good intentions and unsound strategies. It is that her entire worldview is unhinged. According to Osterweil, ‘In the four hundred years of barbaric, white supremacist, colonial, and genocidal history known as the United States, the civil rights movement stands out as a bright, beautiful, all-too-brief moment of hope and struggle.This is typically hysterical oikophobia. God knows, I will not say a kind word for slavery, Operation PBSuccess and the Iraq War. But I will also not say a kind word for Mao and the oppression of the Uighurs — yet I still appreciate the riches of Chinese culture and history.

Osterweil is flagrantly dishonest, or fantastically ignorant, in her attempts to portray the US as such a quasi-fascistic oppressor of African Americans that violent disorder is justifiable. Darren Wilson, she writes, ‘gunned down Mike Brown for the crime of being black’. Multiple investigations have concluded that Brown attempted to seize Wilson’s gun, and if Osterweil has reason to think that this is false she should have argued as much. (It was also discovered that Brown robbed a convenience store immediately prior to this altercation. Osterweil says he was ‘slandered’ as a thief but offers no evidence to support this characterization.)

Such hot bias pervades Osterweil’s treatment of history as well. On page 3, as Pranesh Prakash pointed out, a quote that the word ‘loot’ was used as a ‘bond of union’ in India is attributed to an English colonial officer but actually comes from Amir Khan, Nawab of Potok. Another small example — but a telling one in how it illustrates the firmness and narrowness of Osterweil’s blinkers — comes when she bangs on about McCarthyism for pages but does not spend as much as a sentence admitting that there was extensive Soviet infiltration of the US. If you are going to reference the execution of Julius Rosenberg in the context of a long rant about ‘paranoid fear-mongering’ I think you are obliged to admit that he was guilty.

Osterweil spends a lot of time arguing that violence and destruction are not bad per se. I agree! Armed self-defense? Good! Resisting illegitimate authority? Often good! But when it comes to arguing that violence and destruction in modern-day America is justifiable, Osterweil is not merely unpersuasive but actually makes me think she might be an undercover conservative trying to make the left look bad. Consider this emoting:

‘We can no longer let the police, that despicable occupying army, seem “natural,” nor let anyone paint resistance to the settler state as an enemy of peace. Their peace is the peace of the grave.’ (That's the peace this swine should expect if the police ever depart. A friend says it'll be open season on her and her ilk. - JS)

Eh? I’m not sure if that pseudo-poetic flourish merits a response but it might be worth pointing out that less than one-fifth of the black Americans that Osterweil does a lot of speaking for in In Defence of Looting want fewer police on their streets. In the book, Osterweil condemns people who think ‘poor Black or working-class folks don’t know what they’re doing’. I guess in this instance she doesn’t think black people know what they’re doing. And what is it with this kind of writer and the word ‘folks’?

‘We need to stand fast beside looters, rioters, and street fighters,’ Osterweil insists. Well, let us look at what looters and rioters have been getting up to. Destroying and damaging small restaurants, bars, churches, car dealerships, grocery stores, pharmacies — many of them owned by African Americans (which I don’t think makes it more condemnable than when they are owned by anybody else, but which makes Osterweil’s arguments even more preposterous). In an interview with NPR, Osterweil actually justified this violence in these terms:
‘When it comes to small business, family owned business or locally owned business, they are no more likely to provide worker protections. They are no more likely to have to provide good stuff for the community than big businesses.’

Well, I don’t see what gives to Osterweil the darn right to determine whose businesses deserve to survive but perhaps they provide good products, friendly service and a local alternative to the mega-corps which are swallowing up Western economies in the aftermath of a vicious COVID-19-lockdown combo.

As for the ‘street fighters’ she endorses, it’s worth asking how she distinguishes then from the man who killed David Dorn as he protected his friend’s pawn shop, or the men who beat a woman protecting a jewelry store, or the people who hurled rocks and bottles at firefighters.

Ultimately, when an ideology is premised on misplaced hostility and paranoia, and when violent tactics are so broadly and hysterically justified, this kind of pointless, pathetic destruction is inevitable. Osterweil only provides encouragement. This book proves, if nothing else, that you can get anything published if you wrap it in a veneer of progressive idealism.



This troon needs to join the 42% ASAP
 

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DO IT

Barr Tells Prosecutors to Consider Charging Violent Protesters With Sedition

Excellent start.
Then please just stop waiting for George Soros to die of natural causes.
He needs to be Hyman Roth'd. Along with his equally-deserving spawn.
 

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This troon needs to join the 42% ASAP
What is a troon? What does 42% mean in this regard? Have no idea. Thanks!

While we're at it, here's a priest who tells the truth to the congregation. Sadly, another priest apologized for him. Assbite.




Metro Detroit Catholic priest compared Black Lives Matter to 9/11 attackers in homily
Fr. Paul Graney, Associate Pastor, Divine Child.
Fr. Paul Graney, Associate Pastor, Divine Child. (Church of Divine Child)
DEARBORN, Mich. – The pastor of a Roman Catholic church in suburban Detroit is apologizing after a fellow priest likened Black Lives Matter to the people responsible for the 9/11 attacks.

The Rev. Paul Graney's homily Saturday created "division, anger, confusion and chaos,” the Rev. Bob McCabe of the Church of the Divine Child in Dearborn said on Facebook.

“As your pastor, I want to assure you that at Divine Child we love and respect all persons. Every person is sacred in the eyes of God regardless of their race, religion or sexuality," McCabe said.

Graney used his homily to rail against BLM, which is a global movement whose goal is to eradicate systemic racism and white supremacy and to oppose violence against Blacks.

Graney said it’s "very good” that BLM’s website says it works for justice for Blacks, but that's where his praise ended.

“Al-Qaeda’s goal was to come to the United States and kill Americans. Really just wanted to wipe America off the map. And they would have done it if they could,” said Graney, who has been a priest since 2016.


“But today, those who we see wanting to bring down America are Americans, and they want to do it under the facade of justice, freedom and love," the priest said. "But it is all a big bunch of baloney. It’s anti-Christian. It’s anti-family. It’s evil.”

McCabe said Graney didn’t preach about the theme of the day’s Gospel, which centered on forgiveness. (Yo, dude. BLM deserves neither forgiveness nor respect. Now drink some sacramental wine and stay away from the altar boys. - JS)


 

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PL, faggot. My exGF is a rodeo chick from AL, who moved here. She was astonished when she did. Albertan yank-LARPING retards always think we are effete, darjeeling siping beatniks, when nothing can be further than the truth. Maybe in the cities, but the Ouabbos (rednecks) up in these hills and mountains put you crybabies to shame. AND we mostly speak 2 languages when you tards can barely speak one. You unemployed cracksmoking rigmonkeys' time has passed. ALberta is literally worse than Manitoba. The asshole of the nation. Go cry, faggot.
Ok dude keep insulting a place I've never even step foot on, really isn't hurting my fee fees at all. You can speak two languages but clearly you don't know how to read. Even the French over in France think you guys sound like a bunch of ducks quacking with your nasally as fuck ugly accent, the more rural you are the more ridiculous it sounds too.
 
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JosephStalin

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PL, faggot. My exGF is a rodeo chick from AL, who moved here. She was astonished when she did. Albertan yank-LARPING retards always think we are effete, darjeeling sipping beatniks, when nothing can be further than the truth. Maybe in the cities, but the Ouabbos (rednecks) up in these hills and mountains put you crybabies to shame. AND we mostly speak 2 languages when you tards can barely speak one. You unemployed , obese,cracksmoking rigmonkeys' time has passed. ALberta is literally worse than Manitoba. The asshole of the nation. Alberta is what hapens when you adopt every one of the very worst traits of Americans, without any of the good or great traits of Americans.Go cry, faggot.
Folks, no need to fight. Solves nothing. Would much rather see your comments on the present issue. Have provided food for thought.

Added: Here's the Willamette Week story. Andy Ngo has more guts than a slaughterhouse. The terrorists' whining and complaining are epic.


Portland Protesters Say Their Lives Were Upended by the Posting of Their Mug Shots on a Conservative Twitter Account
What Andy Ngo is doing is legal. The mug shots are public records. And Ngo told WW that it is his “duty” to report on protesters who have been arrested.
REPORTED AND BLOCKED: Ragina Gray says she’s received a slew of digital harassment since her mug shot was posted. (Christine Dong)

By Sophie Peel |


On Aug. 7, Black activist Ragina Gray was tackled by Portland police at a protest and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and interfering with an officer.

That same day, conservative Portland activist Andy Ngo shared Gray's name and mug shot on Twitter.
"Gray, 30, is charged with interfering with an officer, resisting arrest and more," Ngo wrote on Twitter. "She was arrested at the violent antifa protest in Portland and quickly bailed out. Gray is frequently photographed with kids at protests and rants about white terrorism." The photo was retweeted by 475 people.



Twelve nights later, on Aug. 19, a man showed up on the doorstep of Gray's mother's eastside home. "He was sweaty and nervous looking, and he asked for Ragina by name," says Lucinda Fisher, Gray's mom. "He mentioned [Gray's] son, and I noticed he had a gun in his hand." Fisher slammed the door and called the police.

Gray's children, 9 and 4, whom she brought to protests with her prior to her arrest, fear for her life. (Way to go,
"Terrorist Mother of the Year". - JS)

"They're scared that someone's going to kill me," Gray says. "My first instinct is to say, 'No, that's not going to happen.' But there's a huge risk."

Gray has no direct evidence that Ngo's robust social media presence is the reason an armed man arrived at her mom's house.

Ngo's prominence has been catapulted by Portland's protests. He is editor-at-large at a Canadian conservative website called The Post Millennial and is also a regular guest on Fox News. Last year, he was assaulted at a Portland anti-fascist march, where masked assailants punched and kicked him in the head.

Ngo has more than 700,000 followers on Twitter, many of whom share the belief that Portland protesters are a threat to national security.

But Gray believes Ngo and his followers are watching her. And she is not the only one. WW has spoken with two others who have been arrested at Portland protests and had their names and mug shots tweeted by Ngo, and claim their lives have since been disrupted.

"We've been lying low, and to be honest, we've been staying at home with the blinds closed," says Phillip Wenzel, whose mug shot was shared by Ngo on Aug. 15. "I can get over Twitter trolls, but what gives me the most pause is the 1% of them that have genuine threats."

Critics call Ngo's posts "doxxing," or posting personal information about people to make their lives unpleasant.

But what Ngo is doing is legal. The mug shots are public records. The arrests happened. And Ngo told WW that it is his "duty" to report on protesters who have been arrested, "given the risk that violence and riots present to the public."
Ngo wrote WW via email: "I believe my duty as a journalist includes informing the public about individuals who are believed by criminal authorities to be sufficiently dangerous to the public that they meet the standard for arrest."

Andy Ngo in 2017. (Thomas Teal)

Andy Ngo in 2017. (Thomas Teal)

Portland couple Erin and Phillip Wenzel started their evening Friday, Aug. 14, as they have more than 10 times before that.

They donned their protest outfits: full gas respirators, masks, bike helmets, and a bulletproof vest for Philip, who had been in the front of protests as part of the drum line. Erin, a medic toting a first aid kit, usually settled in a few rows behind the line of drummers.

That night, Phillip was arrested when the two of them were sandwiched between two lines of officers during a smoke-filled, chaotic confrontation captured on video that shows several protesters cowering under yellow shields as cops push them to the ground.

A video of Wenzel's interaction with police shows him shielding his face on the ground as a half-dozen cops tackle him. He was arrested, charged with assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest, interfering with police, and disorderly conduct, and released the next day.

The next morning, Ngo posted his mug shot on his Twitter account, writing that Wenzel was "arrested at the violent #antifa protest."

Ngo also posted a biography of Wenzel from the law firm where he works as a paralegal. In Twitter responses on the thread, users added threatening comments and more personal information about the Wenzels, including the names and ages of members of his extended family.

One comment read, "I'm writing a letter to his employer right now." Another wrote, "Divorce and custody court paralegal scumbag who isn't even smart enough to be an attorney. Lol."

The Wenzels quickly deactivated all their social media accounts: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook.

The next day, Phillip Wenzel received a voicemail threat on his cellphone from somebody named John in Michigan, who said, "I'll have you know I'm 7 foot and 280 pounds."

The Wenzels alerted their employers. On Aug. 18, three days after Ngo posted the mug shot, Phillip Wenzel's boss at Elizabeth Christy Law Firm sent him a letter that the firm had received 50 threatening or harassing communications since his arrest.

"Because you have chosen to engage in activism that has resulted in violence, physical injuries, and negative publicity for [the law firm], there is now a major distraction from the business we are doing, a threat to my ability to gain new business, and a threat to our employees' safety," Christy wrote in an email provided to WW.

Three employees, after learning of the firm's response to Wenzel's arrest, announced their resignation in support of him on Sept. 10, in a letter shared with WW. The firm told Wenzel in a Sept. 11 letter that he would be laid off effective Sept. 16, citing a loss of work leading to a reduction in staff. Elizabeth Christy, managing attorney at the firm, told WW in an email that the layoff had nothing to do with Wenzel's protesting.

Both Wenzels say they now suffer from anxiety. Wenzel shaved his beard to change his appearance and now wears a hat when he walks his dog.

April Epperson, who works at a Northeast Portland public school, is another protester who was arrested for disorderly conduct and interfering with a peace officer on Aug. 24 and was greeted that same day by a Ngo tweet sharing her mug shot and Facebook profile picture with part of the caption reading, "Like others recently arrest[ed], she works with children at an elementary school." Several commenters on the subsequent Twitter thread shared the name of the school.

On Aug. 29, an email arrived in her school inbox: Attached were her Facebook profile photo and a picture of a toad in a dress with a caption reading, "So fucking badass with your face covered? We can't wait to come to your employer and do the exact same fucking thing you do to cops!"

Epperson alerted the school about the email. That weekend, the school canceled a laptop distribution event scheduled the following Monday, Aug. 31. A school text blast sent to families read, "We are pausing [device distribution] for tomorrow. We will resume as soon as possible and alert you when that is. As a reminder, school grounds, including the playground, are closed."

Although the school did not explain its decision, Epperson believes the laptop distribution was postponed because of threats. (Portland Public Schools didn't respond to WW's request for comment.) Still, the messages continued. "The school started getting a bunch of phone calls and emails," Epperson says. "People emailed [some staff members] my mug shot and told them I was arrested."

One email, sent Sept. 1 from a secure email address using the name "Jennifer Hartless" and shared with WW, includes a screenshot of Ngo's tweet of Epperson's mug shot. The photo is captioned, "This type of behavior seems a little unbecoming for a school teacher. Are standards any higher than this?"

Tim Gleason, professor of journalism at the University of Oregon, says Ngo's posts of mug shots are dangerous because of his targeted audience.

"There's some (Bitch, please! First Amendment works for everyone, right? - JS) legitimacy to a claim of informing the public. But we have a pattern with this individual that his interest is in provoking violent reactions and doxxing," says Gleason. "It's a particular subset of conservative Twitter, and he knows that's who he's talking to."

In his response to questions from WW, Ngo contends he is taking on violent criminals that other journalists are afraid to confront.

"If you feel that transparency and public right to know should be outweighed by arrestee rights to privacy, this is a complaint for the Legislature, not for journalists reporting in compliance with state and federal law," he said. "A better question would be, 'Why do some journalists feel compelled to hide the identities of suspected criminals from the public?' Another would be, 'Whose interests does the suppression of criminal arrest data serve?'"

Ragina Gray continues to attend protests, despite threatening messages she receives on Instagram and Twitter. She says she deletes them as soon as she gets them, but says "people are calling me a terrorist, calling me a n—–." And the messengers, she says, are "Mostly white men. All white men." (Hey, they could have made you "strange fruit" in front of your kids. Get the message. Behave. - JS)


 
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Jarolleon

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What is a troon? What does 42% mean in this regard? Have no idea. Thanks!

While we're at it, here's a priest who tells the truth to the congregation. Sadly, another priest apologized for him. Assbite.




Metro Detroit Catholic priest compared Black Lives Matter to 9/11 attackers in homily
Fr. Paul Graney, Associate Pastor, Divine Child.
Fr. Paul Graney, Associate Pastor, Divine Child. (Church of Divine Child)
DEARBORN, Mich. – The pastor of a Roman Catholic church in suburban Detroit is apologizing after a fellow priest likened Black Lives Matter to the people responsible for the 9/11 attacks.

The Rev. Paul Graney's homily Saturday created "division, anger, confusion and chaos,” the Rev. Bob McCabe of the Church of the Divine Child in Dearborn said on Facebook.

“As your pastor, I want to assure you that at Divine Child we love and respect all persons. Every person is sacred in the eyes of God regardless of their race, religion or sexuality," McCabe said.

Graney used his homily to rail against BLM, which is a global movement whose goal is to eradicate systemic racism and white supremacy and to oppose violence against Blacks.

Graney said it’s "very good” that BLM’s website says it works for justice for Blacks, but that's where his praise ended.

“Al-Qaeda’s goal was to come to the United States and kill Americans. Really just wanted to wipe America off the map. And they would have done it if they could,” said Graney, who has been a priest since 2016.


“But today, those who we see wanting to bring down America are Americans, and they want to do it under the facade of justice, freedom and love," the priest said. "But it is all a big bunch of baloney. It’s anti-Christian. It’s anti-family. It’s evil.”

McCabe said Graney didn’t preach about the theme of the day’s Gospel, which centered on forgiveness. (Yo, dude. BLM deserves neither forgiveness nor respect. Now drink some sacramental wine and stay away from the altar boys. - JS)


There was a bullshit study done in 2015 saying that 41% of troons commit suicide with the intended narrative being that society is literally genociding them (it was a phone survey asking suicide attempts at a college campus IIRC) . It became a meme.
 
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Excellent start.
Then please just stop waiting for George Soros to die of natural causes.
He needs to be Hyman Roth'd. Along with his equally-deserving spawn.
Soros is only one cog in the machine, he's the public-facing one, ergo he's about the only member of his tribe that can be criticized openly.

If he were to pass away, by natural causes or otherwise, rest assured someone would take his place very quickly. Given he's probably had eight heart replacements by now, I don't know if natural causes are possible.
 

Lissamine Green

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Another BLMantifag hoodrat is in jail in Portland on a US Marshal hold. This one did an arson on the police precinct and also was part of a highway blockade. For bonus thunk provocation, his brother is doing 20 years for raping a woman he followed off a bus (while he was on parole for previous rapes as a juvie). I wonder if garbage rapist brother is what got "Gavaughn" interested in burning down cop buildings.


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Police said Streeter-Hillerich was charged with riot and arson I related to the arson at the North Precinct on June 26, 2020.


He was also charged with riot, unlawful use of a weapon, menacing, and failure to perform the duties of a driver in relation to an incident that occurred on June 8, 2020, where demonstrators blocked I-84.
He worked at Taco Bell.

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This is his illustrious brother:



According to court documents obtained by KATU News, the victim was found surrounded by people trying to calm her down after the incident around 9:30 p.m. at SE 7th Avenue and Grant Street.

Police say she boarded TriMet bus #4 in downtown Portland earlier in the evening and had intended to get off at SE 7th and Grant but missed her stop. The bus driver then dropped her off about a block south of Grant Street, and a man who was already on the bus followed her off.

She told police that man grabbed her from behind, pushed her into a wall and demanded money. When she said she didn't have any, he pushed her into a grassy area, and slammed her head against a concrete wall.


He threatened to stab her if "she made too much noise." He then proceeded to sexually assault her, and she pretended to have an asthma attack to get him to stop, documents say. He momentarily stopped, but then continued sexually assaulting her.

When he was done, police say he took her iPhone
and ran. People walking by in the area spotted the victim, helped her, and called police.
"Who do we protect?"

"BLACK CRIMINALS!"

"No cops, no prisons...TOTAL ABOLITION!"

He spells his name Gavoughn Gaquez Streeter-Hillerich or Gavaughn Gaquez Streeter-Hillerich in different places, making it hard to nail down dox on him. It looks like his mother's name is likely Shanesha L Hillerich.
 

Super-Chevy454

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What is a troon? What does 42% mean in this regard? Have no idea. Thanks!

While we're at it, here's a priest who tells the truth to the congregation. Sadly, another priest apologized for him. Assbite.




Metro Detroit Catholic priest compared Black Lives Matter to 9/11 attackers in homily
Fr. Paul Graney, Associate Pastor, Divine Child.
Fr. Paul Graney, Associate Pastor, Divine Child. (Church of Divine Child)
DEARBORN, Mich. – The pastor of a Roman Catholic church in suburban Detroit is apologizing after a fellow priest likened Black Lives Matter to the people responsible for the 9/11 attacks.

The Rev. Paul Graney's homily Saturday created "division, anger, confusion and chaos,” the Rev. Bob McCabe of the Church of the Divine Child in Dearborn said on Facebook.

“As your pastor, I want to assure you that at Divine Child we love and respect all persons. Every person is sacred in the eyes of God regardless of their race, religion or sexuality," McCabe said.

Graney used his homily to rail against BLM, which is a global movement whose goal is to eradicate systemic racism and white supremacy and to oppose violence against Blacks.

Graney said it’s "very good” that BLM’s website says it works for justice for Blacks, but that's where his praise ended.

“Al-Qaeda’s goal was to come to the United States and kill Americans. Really just wanted to wipe America off the map. And they would have done it if they could,” said Graney, who has been a priest since 2016.


“But today, those who we see wanting to bring down America are Americans, and they want to do it under the facade of justice, freedom and love," the priest said. "But it is all a big bunch of baloney. It’s anti-Christian. It’s anti-family. It’s evil.”

McCabe said Graney didn’t preach about the theme of the day’s Gospel, which centered on forgiveness. (Yo, dude. BLM deserves neither forgiveness nor respect. Now drink some sacramental wine and stay away from the altar boys. - JS)


There should be more guys like Paul Graney, he said an inconvenient truth.
 

ColtWalker1847

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Cops probably figure that if any of the arrests go sideways Minneapolis will burst into flames again. Nor is there really any motivation to crack down since the council is against the cops and will keep cutting from the department.

Whether they give up the city to anarchy now or in a year doesn't make that big of a difference.
If I was a cop in Minneapolis, Seattle, or Portland I would have went full Peter from Office Space months ago. Show up to work late unshaven in a hawaiian shirt and flip flops, ignore the boss, bail after lunch, murder the shitty office printer, whatever.

Go ahead and fire me. Do me the favor of getting me out of this hell job.
 

GhostButt

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The only reason these people thrive is they got the system backing them.
It really is the only reason.

WSJ: AG Barr tells prosecutors to consider charging violent protesters with sedition
Do this and we forgive you for waco and ruby ridge.
But eehhhhh slippery slope, we don't want precedent in that area to be TOO spicy, thinking of bundy canyon & ect
 
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