Race riots 2020

Tail Gunner

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Must be a rare mansion estate within the city limits I'm guessing. Didn't know St. Louis city had estates like that, but guess I'm not too surprised since it was once a roaring powerhouse of a city decades ago.
Almost all cities of any size, population 100,000 and up, have (or had) neighborhoods such as that one. Almost all non-governmental cities were built by (or significantly expanded by) the capitalist zeal and hard work of industrialists, who always built such neighborhoods for themselves and their families. This is one of the reasons that, as a history buff, I love to tour old cemeteries. Even if the elegant neighborhoods are gone, the magnificent tombs and headstones of the intrepid men who built those neighborhoods -- and much of the city -- still exist.

If Antifa prevails, it will usher us into a new dark age where all such history is lost.
 
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LeoniusD

Sparrow
Even mainstream media is calling this the elimination of the West:


But who allowed and spread that anti-Western postmodernist rhetoric in Western academia first? Yuri Bezmanow said that it had already been accomplished in the 1970s! What you are seeing now is just the end-result of it all.
 

griffinmill

Kingfisher

LeoniusD

Sparrow
One correction--the police in America *kill* around a thousand Americans a year. Not shoot. Last year they killed 9 unarmed black men, or less than 1% of the total. What this tells you is that there is a big police violence problem in this country, but that there doesn't seem to be a racial component to it, or if there is one it is that police are more afraid to shoot black men but will more readily kill whites.


The police has been militarized almost everywhere with the US being on the forefront of that transition. I would even say that the police was at the same militarized and dumbed down (banning everyone above IQ of 120) in order to prepare the police for a more brutal crackdown against the population. So yes - generally cops were getting more violent and less restrained by design - for example giving special hiring prefernces to veterans who went through partly brutal war experiences. Back in the day they would know that this on average does not make for good cops, now the training is very similar to soldiers. But despite all of that - it´s not that big of an issue or you would not get some dozen unarmed black men shot and killed each year. A dozen dead is what the black side of Chicago gets in a few good hours.

Despite what the black community thinks - cops are not killing black men en masse, they should rather be careful around other young black men than cops. But that wouldn´t follow the current narrative and would end up having to face reality a bit too much.
 

kazz

Kingfisher
She's still horrifically ugly, without - I guarantee it - a family or even a significant man in her life and before she goes to bed at night she has to brush the cat hair off her bed.

Lots of people on Youtube calling her out. One of the best comments I saw....


Ms Gopal says " “They were very clearly speaking to a structure and ideology, not about people. My Tweet said whiteness is not special, not a criterion for making lives matter. I stand by that.” . . Why choose England and Cambridge to voice your opinion when India, the country you originated from, has a culture that among other things prizes a lighter skin shade. You have no grounds to preach to anyone about prejudice based on colour, class, creed or gender when your own class and creed are so steeped in it. Born in Delhi, an Indian diplomats daughter, you have known nothing but privilege all your life. Schooled in Vienna, then the US, and now England. There are millions in Delhi who desperately need someone like yourself to fight their cause, to bring about change, to eradicate discrimination. How about it Ms Gopal ? . . What's that ? No way, you'd be risking assault, rape and worse if you walked the street unescorted ? . . No, the thing that's eating away at you Ms Gopal, the thing that is preventing your privilege being complete, is that you yourself do not have that lighter shade of skin so prized "back home". You talk the talk, can you do the walk ? Return to Delhi and take up the cause of the Dalits, the untouchables. No, I didn't think so. A privileged brat, you'd much prefer to maintain the comfortable life of a dark skinned Asian in England, far more civilised, eh Ms Gopal ?
 

LeoniusD

Sparrow
Lots of people on Youtube calling her out. One of the best comments I saw....


Ms Gopal says " “They were very clearly speaking to a structure and ideology, not about people. My Tweet said whiteness is not special, not a criterion for making lives matter. I stand by that.” . . Why choose England and Cambridge to voice your opinion when India, the country you originated from, has a culture that among other things prizes a lighter skin shade. You have no grounds to preach to anyone about prejudice based on colour, class, creed or gender when your own class and creed are so steeped in it. Born in Delhi, an Indian diplomats daughter, you have known nothing but privilege all your life. Schooled in Vienna, then the US, and now England. There are millions in Delhi who desperately need someone like yourself to fight their cause, to bring about change, to eradicate discrimination. How about it Ms Gopal ? . . What's that ? No way, you'd be risking assault, rape and worse if you walked the street unescorted ? . . No, the thing that's eating away at you Ms Gopal, the thing that is preventing your privilege being complete, is that you yourself do not have that lighter shade of skin so prized "back home". You talk the talk, can you do the walk ? Return to Delhi and take up the cause of the Dalits, the untouchables. No, I didn't think so. A privileged brat, you'd much prefer to maintain the comfortable life of a dark skinned Asian in England, far more civilised, eh Ms Gopal ?
No surprise that she was a privileged upper class rich woman from India. And her academic track record was assessed as below average even in her social justice field. There are far more accomplished marxists at Cambridge, but I guess it´s true that they teach this as the most important aspect:

bad race (Whites) - good race (anyone non-White)
bad gender (men) - good gender (women and now transgenders)
bad religion (Christianity) - good religion (anything else)
bad cultures and history (West) - good culture and history despite being built on oceans of blood and skulls (any other culture is fine, so long as not founded by Christianity or Europeans)
bad perception and view of Western history (be proud of achievements, show the positives on top of the negatives) - good perception of WEstern history (nothing was good - West was only negative and bad for all the world)

She ticks all the boxes along this matrix, so of course she would get promoted if she even remotely attains the minimum requirements necessary. Nevermind that she is a born multimillionaire who only studied something moderately diligently because no decent Indian man would consider her as a marriage partner (well-off Indian men don´t want to look at that face or have daughters who look like her).
 
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Leonard D Neubache

Owl
Gold Member
Perspective from an Ex military guy. Based on what we are seeing on the ground, this is the beginnings of insurgency and must be quelled. But the government is in on it.

The most important part of that video is that he tells people "you can't do this alone". He's absolutely right, and for some reasons you might not expect.

When things begin to get seriously ugly then even a small group of perhaps three people will easily fall in with another group of four people and that group will fall in with another seven and before you know it you have a group of 14.

But in ugly times nobody trusts Neddy Nofriends, because Neddy is either a Fed or a fuckup or he wouldn't be alone in the first place. And time served in your alliances is a factor too. If you want to fall in with a larger crowd they're going to want to know how long your smaller team has been together. If that's just "a couple of months" then you're not very far from Neddy status.
 
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There is a "white" world outside of the US, but you got to drop your americuck mindset.

Eastern Europe, Russia, Ukraine (easiest visa wise I heard) etc.

You can either work as English teachers or figure out how to start a business.

With dropping the americuck mindset I mean dropping the fake friendly buddy buddy attitude and fully adopting the local culture.

In Russia and the Ukraine they will eat a gullible american boomer alive.
"learn how to start a business as an average american in Ukraine "
Sorry but I don't think you are very qualified to talk about this....however a boomer will be eaten alive.
 

Ironside

Sparrow
The most important part of that video is that he tells people "you can't do this alone". He's absolutely right, and for some reasons you might not expect.

When things begin to get seriously ugly then even a small group of perhaps three people will easily fall in with another group of four people and that group will fall in with another seven and before you know it you have a group of 14.

But in ugly times nobody trusts Neddy Nofriends, because Neddy is either a Fed or a fuckup or he wouldn't be alone in the first place. And time served in your alliances is a factor too. If you want to fall in with a larger crowd they're going to want to know how long your smaller team has been together. If that's just "a couple of months" then you're not very far from Neddy status.
Correct. Community is key - there's a very good reason the system is so hell bent on going after any group comprised of white men no matter how large and trying to disband it or forcibly inject 'diversity' into it. Because when shit gets tough, even that chess club of 12 white dudes will band together, and they'll form common bonds with that golfing friend group of 5 white guys, and the baseball team of 20 white guys, and the charity food drive team of 8 white guys. Suddenly you have 45 white guys who all know and trust eachother united by a common purpose. Joe Sixpack showing up randomly might be 100% committed, but he will be looked at with absolute suspicion.
Also a factor on why they desperately want to drive down birthrates. A population that has families of 8 kids is far more threatening to them then a population 8x the size that has 1 kid, because when things get tough you have 8 brothers (or brothers in-laws), plus all their friends. Do you really think the level of violence commited against European peoples would be accepted if every attack on one meant that all of their brothers would immediately band together to seek vengeance?

You're a good lad Leo. We'll never meet irl but I wanted you to know that.
 
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rotekz

Ostrich
Gold Member
Homeowners came out of their home with their guns to protect their property against the BLM protesters in St. Louis, Missouri.
You want to see the palace these two were protecting from BLM. It took them 30 years to renovate it.
A decades-long renovation returns a Midwestern palazzo to its original glory
When attorneys Mark and Patty McCloskey bought their home in February of 1988, it was the color of cigarette ashes. Still dirty from the days when St. Louis lay under a blanket of coal smoke, the home’s Carthage marble facing “had quarter-inch-thick carbon on it in some places,” Mark says. The two Carrara marble urns out front, copies of a pair at the Vatican, had turned black, obscuring Neptune and his attending dolphins. The imported Caen limestone in the entry hall had been painted battleship gray, and the intricate wood carvings in the dining room (which, as Mark points out, are so detailed, you can see the birds’ individual claws), were smothered in layers of white and robin’s-egg blue. What had once been St. Louis’ most dazzling mansion now felt more like a haunted house. It didn’t help that the first time Mark and Patty turned the key in the door, the temperature had fallen to 4 below zero and the house didn’t have a functioning furnace. The prior owner had heated the house with 48 kerosene space heaters that had since been removed.

The McCloskeys joke that they were too young and naïve to know what they’d signed up for. But 30 years later, the house is as magnificent as it was when Edward and Anna Busch Faust held court here, meeting guests at the top of the grand staircase for afternoon tea or smoking cigars around the billiard table in the sub-basement.





 
The police has been militarized almost everywhere with the US being on the forefront of that transition. I would even say that the police was at the same militarized and dumbed down (banning everyone above IQ of 120) in order to prepare the police for a more brutal crackdown against the population. So yes - generally cops were getting more violent and less restrained by design - for example giving special hiring prefernces to veterans who went through partly brutal war experiences. Back in the day they would know that this on average does not make for good cops, now the training is very similar to soldiers. But despite all of that - it´s not that big of an issue or you would not get some dozen unarmed black men shot and killed each year. A dozen dead is what the black side of Chicago gets in a few good hours.

Despite what the black community thinks - cops are not killing black men en masse, they should rather be careful around other young black men than cops. But that wouldn´t follow the current narrative and would end up having to face reality a bit too much.
I can tell you that in the UK, former armed forces personnel are the best of the UK police service. They are hard working, squared away, tough, resourceful, experienced and generally even tempered. In comparison to civilian cops, they are miles apart. Must be because they have actually tested their manhood in the crucible of combat.

They also very quickly end up I the more kinetic of roles, for obvious reasons.
 

budoslavic

Peacock
Gold Member
Interview with man who pulled out gun amid protest

Transcript
ST. LOUIS — Mark McCloskey said he and his wife Patricia appear in the now-viral photos of the protest in their Central West End neighborhood.

McCloskey gave an interview to 5 On Your Side anchor Anne Allred.

Below is the transcript of the interview Monday morning:

Anne Allred: Tell me what happened last night.

Mark McCloskey: We came back to the house. I don't know what time it is, I've been up ever since. I'm a little, I'm a little blurry, but we were preparing dinner. We went out to the east patio, open porch that faces Kingshighway on one side and Portland Place Drive on the south, and we're sitting down for dinner. We heard all this stuff going on down on Maryland Plaza. And then the mob started to move up Kingshighway, but it got parallel with the Kingshighway gate on Portland Place.

Somebody forced the gate, and I stood up and announced that this is private property. Go back. I can't remember in detail anymore. I went inside, I got a rifle. And when they ... because as soon as I said this is private property, those words enraged the crowd. Horde, absolute horde came through the now smashed down gates coming right at the house. My house, my east patio was 40 feet from Portland Place Drive. And these people were right up in my face, scared to death. And then, I stood out there. The only thing we said is this is private property. Go back. Private property. Leave now.

At that point, everybody got enraged. There were people wearing body armor. One person pulled out some loaded pistol magazine and clicked them together and said that you were next. We were threatened with our lives, threatened with a house being burned down, my office building being burned down, even our dog's life being threatened. It was, it was about as bad as it can get. I mean, those you know, I really thought it was Storming the Bastille that we would be dead and the house would be burned and there was nothing we could do about it. It was a huge and frightening crowd. And they were they broken the gate were coming at us.

Allred: There have been some reports on Twitter and people who say they were there. It says they are saying the gate was already broken.

McCloskey: Yes. That is nonsense. Absolute nonsense. The gate was up, broken. The gate was broken physically in half. Our trustees on Portland Place came out later in the night and chained it all up with an automotive tow chain it looks like. But no, you can talk to the trustees on Portland Place. The gate was not broken in half and laying on the ground one second before they came in the storm.

Allred: Were the protesters on your private property at any point?

McCloskey: Everything inside the Portland Place gate is private property. There is nothing public in Portland Place. Being inside that gate is like being in my living room. There is no public anything in Portland Place. It is all private property. And you've got to appreciate that if there are two or three hundred people, I don't know how many there were. We were told that 500 people showed up at the Lyda Krewson house, which is not on our street, as you know. But how many of them came through Portland Place? I don't know. But it was a big crowd and they were aggressive, wearing body armor and screaming at us and threatening to harm us. And how they were going to be living in our house after they kill us.

Allred: And what has happened since last night, and those images exploded online?

McCloskey: Well, I've had to turn the phones off in my office, so I had to come over here last night and have the office boarded up because we're getting threats against the building and everybody. It is interesting to me that the very people that are asking the mayor to resign for 'doxxing' people have now put all of my information all over the web, everywhere in the world. Is there some hypocrisy there? You know, maybe I'm maybe I'm missing something. But we've had to turn off our telephones here at the office because all my lines have been going continuously since I got here at 10:30 last night. I am getting thousands of emails. I going to have to turn off my website. And it's all it's been both threatening and encouraging because of the number of people who have voiced their support. But there's also been an awful lot of people who have the very direct threats of violence against me and my family.

Allred: And you said you've received death threats?

McCloskey: Oh, God, yes. The death threats started within minutes. I mean, I don't know how long this whole event started. But I'll bet we got our first e-mail death threats before the mob moved on from Portland Place.

Allred: When you see the images online of you and your wife on the patio, armed now after the fact. What do you think?

McCloskey: Well, you know, we were always obviously upset. My wife doesn't know anything about guns, but she knows about being scared. And she grabbed a pistol and I had a rifle, and I was very, very careful I didn't point the rifle at anybody.
 

LeoniusD

Sparrow
Let´s face it - everything will be South Africa in the US as well - at least anywhere with a large black population or vicinity to Antifa footholds. It may look ugly, but securing your property with a highly defensible area is just common sense. This incident will likely have long-term repercussions for that couple. If they hadn´t come out, then the crowd may have looted and destroyed the property. And obviously marxists don´t like private property.
 
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